TrackingPoint Unveils the Next Generation of Precision-Guided Semi-Automatic Rifles

Three New Precision-Guided Rifles Support TrackingPoint ShotGlass Shooting Glass, Longer-Range Engagements and Higher Target Velocities.

TrackingPoint Precision-Guided 300 WM Semi-Auto
TrackingPoint Precision-Guided 300 WM Semi-Auto

Pflugerville, TEXAS – -( TrackingPoint, creator of the world’s first and only Precision-Guided Firearm (PGF) systems, introduces new semi-automatic rifles that utilize fighter jet lock-and-launch technology enabling shots once considered beyond human ability.

The new semi-autos enable you to make routine shots on targets moving up to 15mph out to ranges of more than one half mile.  The new precision-guided semi-autos connect via WiFi to TrackingPoint’s newly introduced ShotGlass shooting glass technology. The Google Glass of hunting and shooting, ShotGlass enhances your precision-guided shooting experience via a built-in camera and high definition video display.

“The new semi-auto models were designed for several missions including wild boar eradication, predator control (including coyotes), whitetail hunting, homestead defense, and precision target shooting,” said TrackingPoint CEO John Lupher.

“Precision-guided semi-automatic rifles are the game changer. Routinely making extraordinary shots at extreme distances on moving targets is a thrilling experience.”

The new semi-auto Precision-Guided Firearms are based on TrackingPoint’s breakthrough Tag-and-Shoot system.  Tag-and-Shoot frees the shooter from common errors caused by jitter and trigger jerk. With Tag-and-Shoot, ballistics are calculated automatically and the need to estimate shot hold-over is eliminated, enabling you to successfully eradicate moving targets at extraordinary distances.  Third party testing validates that Precision-Guided Firearms enable you to shoot better than the best shooter that ever lived.

TrackingPoint is offering three new semi-auto precision-guided rifles: a 5.56 caliber with one-third mile range at up to 10MPH target velocity for $7,495; 7.62 caliber with half-mile range at 15MPH target velocity for $14,995; and a brand new .300 WM with half-mile range at up to 20MPH target velocity for $18,995. To learn more go to


About TrackingPoint 

TrackingPoint based in Austin, Texas created the first Precision-Guided Firearm, a revolutionary new shooting system that puts fighter jet lock-and-launch technology in rifles, enabling anyone to make extraordinary shots on moving targets at extreme distances.

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It doesn’t speak well for them that they denied it.


Trackingpoint patent 20140182179 to disable smart firearms within 1000 feet of a school zone.
This violates Alaska State Constitution , the right of the people to bear arms shall not be infringed. So School gun free zones also violate our Constitution that the Federal government agreed to .
Remember just because they hold the patent it does not mean they are a bad company. If they try to implemnt laws to use it , then they will be a bad company.


I contacted Tracking Point regarding their patent application for a device to disable firearms within a 1000 foot radias of a school and they initially replied it wasn’t true. I then sent them a link to their patent application. The response was deafening silence. Any company that promotes a device to law enforcement to disable my gun will never get my business.