A Precision-Guided Firearm is a comprehensive, purpose-built weapon system. It incorporates the same tracking and fire-control capabilities found in advanced fighter jets. It ensures never-before-seen precision at extreme distances and high target velocities. Learn more on the How It Works page.
The shooter presses the tag button to designate an impact point, aligns the reticle with the tag, and squeezes and holds the trigger. The Precision-Guided Firearm does the rest. It’s called Tag-and-Shoot™. Learn more on the How It Works page.
No. Putting the scope from a TrackingPoint Precision-Guided Firearm onto a rifle would result in very poor precision. The technology required to take shooting to the high level of precision of our firearms goes far beyond the scope, and permeates every element of a TrackingPoint Precision-Guided Firearm. The trigger alone contains electro-optics technology usually seen only in advanced weapon systems. In the base firearm—where the laser-based barrel reference system maintains perfect zero from shot to shot—there are more than 200 electronic and mechanical components that don’t exist in any other gun.
Yes. There is a traditional mode on all Precision-Guided Firearms.
TrackingPoint is engaged with the military and is limited in what we can say. The Army has thoroughly tested our product. It has not shared the test data with us. However, shortly after the testing was complete, TrackingPoint company leaders were called to the Pentagon, where we were informed by the Department of Defense and State Department that export of our product would be restricted. For export control purposes, they classified the Precision-Guided Firearm in the same category as an F16 jet. It is the first rifle ever restricted for sale to only friendly nations. From these events, we think it is safe to assume that the Army testing went incredibly well.
Yes. Some consider it more fair than many other techniques used today. Precision-Guided Firearms enable true fair-chase hunting. Hunters no longer need to ambush their prey by baiting animals into point-blank range (within 250 yards). Hunters are no longer required to hide themselves from their prey in order to shoot the prey while the animal is motionless. Hunters may now put away the bait, the blinds, and the gun rests. They can strap on their boots, walk into the wilderness, and hunt in a primal and fair way.
No. The Precision-Guided Firearm image is stabilized using VirtualRest™. It makes off-hand shots as easy as shooting from a stable rest. See more on the How It Works page.
The laser-based barrel reference system of the Precision-Guided Firearm maintains a permanent, factory-set, perfect zero for every shot. Learn more on the How It Works page.
A Precision-Guided Firearm uses an integrated target tracking system, just like a fighter jet or Predator drone. Learn more on the How It Works page.
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