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Submitted by Settler 970d ago | news

Bullseye from 1,000 yards: Shooting the $17,000 Linux-powered rifle

Ars Technica- ARM CPUs, lasers, and Wi-Fi make firing this weapon an experience like no other (Hi-tech, Linux, Software, WiFi)

Settler  +   969d ago
A real life aimbot.
awiseman  +   969d ago
Speed-Racer  +   969d ago
Steam VAC ban for aimbot

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