TrackingPoint Offers a $500 Discount as a “Thank You” for Your Patience

Once Again at Your Service!


Pflugerville, TX -( TrackingPoint announces we have resumed normal operations. We are happy to say that we are taking new orders, building products and delivering on our backlog of existing orders.

TrackingPoint has completed a financial and operational restructuring that makes us stronger than ever. Along with our restructuring, we reaffirm our strong commitment to you as a loyal customer.

  • We will continue to innovate for you and focus on you more intently than we have in the past.
  • We will build a new and exciting shared community of TrackingPoint customers.
  • We will also be inviting you to an incredible TrackingPoint event later this year.
  • Most of all, we will continue to deliver products that bring you shooting experiences that are beyond belief.

As a token of our appreciation for your patience, we’re offering a $500 discount to be applied to any TrackingPoint PGF purchased before the end of this year. Again, thank you for your loyalty, support, and patience as we redefine the shooting industry.

Call by Friday, September 25th to get a code for $500 off your next gun. (Call 1-512-354-2114).

Let’s go change the world together!


John McHale
CEO and Founder

About TrackingPoint:

TrackingPoint, based in Pflugerville, 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. TrackingPoint Precision-Guided Firearms are ideal for many types of missions including herd management, predator control, homestead defense, and national defense.

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Depends on their real intention of the patent . Like never using it except to block similar devices from being developed. Smith and Wesson paid the price of firearm appeasement with the government years ago.


I emailed the President of the company. At first he denied ever designing the patent, when I presented a link to the patent itself and asked for an explanation he refused all further comment. That speaks volumes.


This is the same company that patented a device so police could remotely deactivate any firearm within 1000 feet of any school and which Chuck Schumer then wanted to make mandatory on all guns. The same company whose scopes and systems were hacked and the trajectories of bullets changed.

Why would anyone support them?