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Tachyon GunCam at the ACUI Collegiate Clay Target Championships

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From March 28 to April 2, 2017 Tachyon GunCam will be presenting our GunCam for Clays at the ACUI Collegiate Clay Target Championships, taking place at the National Shooting Complex in San Antonio Texas.

Tachyon GunCam is a proud sponsor of this event.


Be sure to stop by the Vendor Mall to visit us and take a look at and pick up our new Gun Camera. It is designed specifically for sporting clays, skeet, trap, and five stand shooters.
Shooting coaches will have their lessons reinforced when their students can see very clear video evidence of what was done wrong and what was done right.

The GunCam will capture video for all of your shooting, both in practice or in competition. There is no better learning tool than seeing your shots recorded straight from the barrel of your gun.

“GunCam’s field of target reference, excellent visual definition, and long recording time is an outstanding training tool that I use and highly recommend as a shotgun coach and competitor.
After practice and before a tournament, reviewing footage of properly executed shots helps greatly to reinforce a positive sight picture in one’s memory, thus leading to successful scores.”

ANNE MAURO
Head Coach, University of Maryland Shotgun Sports Team
USA Shooting, NRA National Coach Development Staff
USA Shooting, NRA Advanced Shotgun Coach Level 3
NSCA Certified Instructor

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GunCam for Clays can be purchased at the Vendor Mall at the event, but also at our website, for just $229.99. We ship internationally!

While there, visit our good friends CeCa Associates, the makers of our favorite custom hand-molded ear plugs, and Best Ballistic Equipment & Sports Technology for the highest quality custom-made shooting vests.

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Ricardo López Tugendhat ~ 3-Time IPSC World Champion (Revolver)

Ecuadorian Ricardo López Tugendhat, three-time revolver world champion, has had to overcome a massive disadvantage in his shooting career compared to most international competitors. Ecuador is a small country where it is difficult to find a sponsor, and it is not a country where you can just go out and buy all the guns and ammo that you need. If you even want to practice at home, you must first make your own bullets and loads.

Yet even with these drawbacks Ricardo has still managed to claim his many championships with his favorite guns, especially the revolver. He has been crowned the 2008, 2011, and 2014 IPSC World Champion (Revolver Division).

These days, Ricardo dominates world revolver shooting. You need to go back over 10 years to the time when Ricardo came second behind the legendary Jerry Miculek at the 2005 IPSC World Shoot.

In this video you can see him show off his skill with various guns in different tournaments. In these clips, taken with his cap-mounted Tachyon GunCam, you can see Ricardo with the CZ Shadow 9mm, the STI .40 S&W, the S&W 625 45ACP, and the S&W 929 9mm.

If you are interested in contacting Ricardo, for sponsorship or any other reason, you may do so at this address: rickyrevolver@yahoo.com.mx

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Tachyon Has Hunters In The Crosshairs This Fall With The OPS HD GunCam Bundle.

Dallas, TX – Tachyon, Inc. is reminding hunters to be prepared this hunting season with the Tachyon OPS HD GunCam Bundle. This package includes everything a hunter needs to make this year a memorable one, even if that “big one” gets away. Hunters can mount this lightweight, HD camera to their rifle, shotgun, scope, and even the bill of a cap.  And with the silent operation, there is no danger of spooking any prey.


The GunCam, which retails for $199.99, includes all of the accessories needed to mount the gun camera to almost any gun. The camera itself weighs only 1.2 ounces and gets over four hours of recording on one charge of the internal, rechargeable battery. It records in clear HD and has a 125 degree field of vision. The camera has an easy-to-use, one-button operation, and a high-dynamic senor for extraordinary light sensitivity. With the included Rainproof cover, rain or snow are not an issue.

The package comes with a variety of different mounting options. These include the Rifle Rail, Scope Rail, Shotgun Barrel Mount, and Shotgun Magazine Rail. There is also the Picatinny Rail Mount for mounting to anything with a Picatinny, or Weaver Rail, including pistols, handguns, and automatic rifles.

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The Tachyon GunCam Bundle

Also included are the basic mounts for mounting on a contour surface, a tripod attachment, and the clip mount. The clip mount can easily be clipped onto a bill of a cap for easy access, which works perfectly for bow hunting.  No matter what the situation calls for, the Tachyon GunCam Bundle has a solution.

Tachyon, Inc. also has the OPS HD Night Vision camera. This camera is able to record in the dark with the use of an 850nm or 940nm infrared light. The OPS HD NV is perfect for filming from a deer stand. Just mount an infrared flood light and the camera will capture everything in the dark up to 30 feet away. Most IR lights can be powered by a 12V source, including a car battery.

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The Tachyon OPS HD and NV have the option of loading different firmware. These include silent mode, memory looping mode, and having the time and date stamped on the video. You can see more about the firmware options here . The cameras also have the option of recording time lapse photos, taking one photo every two seconds.

This hunting season don’t just come back with the tall tales about the buck that got away, come back with video proof. The camera can also be used for many other activities year round including biking, skiing, flying and much, much more. Order one today here.

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