TrackingPoint Announces Semi-Auto NightEagle – Day/Night Predator Eradication System

Special Edition Precision-Guided Firearm Delivers Unsurpassed Predator Domination; Limited Availability Offer $7995 for First 100 Purchases; Includes Fully Integrated $2495 Night Vision Kit at No Additional Charge

NightEagle 5.56 Semi-Automatic Precision-Guided Firearm
NightEagle 5.56 Semi-Automatic Precision-Guided Firearm
TrackingPoint
TrackingPoint

Pflugerville, TX -(AmmoLand.com)- TrackingPoint announced today the first Precision-Guided Firearm designed specifically for predator control.

The NightEagle semi-automatic 5.56 NATO includes TrackingPoint’s recently introduced Night Vision Kit (NVK). The NVK alone retails for $2495. Offered at the exclusive price of $7995 for the first 100 purchases (MSRP normally $10,490), NightEagle incorporates the same RapidLok technology found in TrackingPoint’s military Precision-Guided Firearms.

“NightEagle is purpose-built for predator eradication. Predators will be eliminated with absolute precision 24/7/365,” said John McHale TrackingPoint’s CEO. “NightEagle is also well suited for homestead defense, herd management, and dynamic hunting.”

 Key Features and Capabilities:

  • Eliminates targets out to 400 yards
  • Tracks targets moving up to 10MPH
  • Night vision capabilities (with IR illuminator attachment)
  • Image Stabilization enables off-hand on-the-move stalking
  • Records voice and video of all engagements
  • RapidLok Target Acquisition and Control System with computerized guided trigger
  • Can be financed for up to 48 months (payments as low as $182/month)

Night Vision

NightEagle incorporates an infrared sensitive CMOS sensor that detects light not visible to the human eye. Depending on the strength of the IR illuminator, targets can be engaged and tracked out to 300 yards at night. As a shooter pulls the trigger the target is automatically acquired and tracked. When trigger pull completes, the target is instantly eliminated. Total Time-To-Kill (TTK) is approximately 2.5 seconds. RapidLok Fire Control is image stabilized enabling off-hand shots and shots on the run.

Shared Dominance

NightEagle records voice and video. As the shooter engages a target he can voice annotate the recorded video in real-time, creating a rich media experience of his engagement to be shared with friends and family.

Zero-Signature Lethality

When deployed with ShotGlass the shooter is completely unexposed. In effect the shooter becomes the predator with skills well beyond the skills of the prey. Wearing the digital glasses the shooter can see exactly what NightEagle is seeing without exposing their body or head. The scope view is projected into the shooters ShotGlass so shooters can acquire predators with virtually no exposure making the shooter undetectable by the predator. Shooters can engage from virtually any hidden position – over berms, over walls, and around corners with extremely high eradication rates.

Pricing and Exclusive Offers

The NightEagle 5.56 retails for $10,490 but the first 100 purchases will be sold at the exclusive offer price of $7,995.

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 small arms, enabling shooters to make shots previously considered beyond human ability.

To learn more, visit www.tracking-point.com.

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Any company who refuses to submit to government BS is OK in my book. Barrett showed the way in CA. Now Apple, Google, and others follow. HOORAY!

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TrackingPoint still has to answer for their patent and marketing to police and governments the technology to automatically disable the ability of firearms to discharge. Technology which NJ Lawmakers wanted to force on their residents as soon as possible. The President of TrackingPoint has steadfastly refused to discuss his motivation behind this. Until he does TrackingPoint is a no-go for me, ever.