Chaps, this thread is half in the realms of computer gaming geekery and half in the world of weapon-spotting geekery - but I thought it would be better served in here rather than the shooting forum. Many moons ago my favourite online shooter was Soldier of Fortune 2 (Gold edition still available for about a fiver, and still top-notch). One of the weapons represented in the game was the OICWS, and was supposedly based on the real thing. It had an integrated UGL with a laser range finder and, when you lased the target, it generated a little red dot on your sight picture. If you aimed the crosshair at the marker in the picture (which could be well out of the scope initially), then the grenade would land on target. All very posh and futuristic, but to be honest he rifle looked like a monster and I certainly wouldn't want to carry it around all day and keep the fecker maintained. Anyway, my question: Does this UGL aiming system really exist? How about something similar? Am I about to get bundled away by people in suits and dark glasses? If you can shed any light on this it would be appreciated - I can provide an RLI email if you'd rather discuss it over that. Ta much!