RAPIDLOK™ TARGET ACQUISITION
As a soldier pulls the trigger the target is acquired, tracked, ranged, and measured for velocity. By the time the soldier completes his squeeze the target is inescapably captured and instantly eliminated.
RAPIDLOK™ TARGET ELIMINATION SYSTEM AND FIRE-CONTROL
Designed to replace the M4A1, the M600 Service Rifle is destined to change the face of war. With the RapidLok™ target acquisition system individual soldiers will take down extremist fighters with impunity. Targets are acquired, locked, and eliminated with the pull of the trigger. Up to 87% First Shot Success Probability (FSSP) out to 600 yards. This is 40 times the kill-rate when compared to existing M4A1s. The efficacy and extreme battle stand-off advantage will change doctrine for generations to come.
When deployed with ShotGlass™ the soldier can be completely unexposed and can see and eliminate targets as if he were looking through the scope. The scope view is projected into the shooters glasses so he can acquire and eliminate the combatant with virtually no exposure. Soldiers can now shoot over berms and around corners with an extremely high hit rate.
Available to select non-military U.S. individuals.
MODES OF OPERATION
PRECISION FIRE – Full Fire-Control with guided trigger
NIGHT MODE – For Gen-2, Gen-3, and Thermal Attachments
AUTO-ACQUIRE – Tags snap to pre-designated center mass
SUPPRESSIVE FIRE – Operates like a legacy .338 LM but with advanced auto-ballistics
RIFLE (PRIMARY IRON SIGHTS INCLUDED) $4,000
SCOPE + ACCESSORIES $12,900
PGF INSTALLATION $95
TOTAL MSRP $16,995
LOCK RANGE 1400 YRDS
MAX TARGET VELOCITY 20 MPH
AMMUNITION 300 GR MATCH OR 280 GR LRX
WEIGHT 14.6 LBS
OVERALL LENGTH 45″
TARGET LOCK TIME 1 second
TIME-TO-KILL(TTK) 2.5 seconds
TRACKING PRECISION 0.047 MOA
BARREL LENGTH 22″
DECIBEL RATING 134 DBS SUPERS / 127 DBS SUBS
POWER DUAL LITHIUM-ION BATTERIES
(1) Battery Charger
(1) TP User Manual
(1) Bipod Rail Adapter
(1) Pivot Bipod 6-9 Inches
(1) 5-ROUND Magazine BLK
(1) Eye Guard, Shuttered
(1) Primary Iron Sights