Early Access link: http://store.steampowered.com/app/611720/Practisim_VR/
After a tough few weeks of testing, we finally got to a place where the build is stable enough to be released on Steam Early Access. We’re looking forward to hearing from everyone what you think about the game. Please mind the bugs as there are bound to be many.
We’ll be posting regular updates for the game and hope to bring new content every week or two.
Thank you all for your support!
IDPA just introduced the CCP division which is just a modified BUG division which was announced a while back, instead of the sought after Optics division. I don’t understand that decision. Instead of being a thought leader in the concealed carry space, they opted to make a minor change to their rules to make BUG a legitimate division.
Why can’t they do better?
With the popularity of Reflex / red dot sights these days many members are questioning why this isn’t a valid configuration for IDPA? Most people have RDS sights on their home defense guns, and on-body RDS carry is getting more and more popular. I can only see benefit for the club and the organization if they introduced the Optics division. It will invigorate the sport, stimulate the economy and boost their membership.
They can even help drive what kind of products that manufacturers create for the concealed carry market because it is being tested competitively.
This could be a symptom of a bigger problem related to the old-boys-club mentality of the gun community. The community has always been slow to adopt new things and new technologies. Example, the Internet, Online commerce, Social Media, Video and new technology for guns.
They need to be daring and move at the speed of the Internet or be left behind.
Here’s a one stage video I put together to test out how a simulated Heads-Up-Display could work. This was requested by some folks at the WaGuns.org forum. I wanted to see how hard it is and how much time. It took almost an hour to get this up but I think it’ll be faster if I had the map already drawn and everything in place. That said, still fun to watch. There are still a lot of errors but you know that this is a "test" right? 🙂