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Pflugerville, TX -( As we move into the 4th quarter of our 5th year in business, we at TrackingPoint would like to extend a huge thank you to you as a subscriber for your support and enthusiasm about our products and company.

We are grateful for your excitement about Precision-Guided Firearms, and for following us on social media and even sharing our posts on occasion with your friends and family.

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As a token of our appreciation, we have created high-resolution screen savers that you can download and use on your computer, tablet or phone, completely free of charge.

Please click here to view and download these new screen savers.

Once again, we thank you so much for your support, and look forward to sending you more exciting updates from TrackingPoint soon!

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.

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Rollin L.

I doubt Vanns40 could afford a TrackingPoint rifle anyway, so he has little to fear. He overstates, saying “all firearms” until called out, then admits only those with the required technology installed, a system that does not exist outside a laboratory. I am quite familiar with the first gen TrackingPoint system, having spent some time with one. I don’t believe these can be remotely shut down. Newer models might be able to have that feature installed, but I can’t imagine why. Just because McHale’s company takes out a patent, doesn’t mean he is Darth Vader. Many gun mfgs have been… Read more »


I’ll try and take your reply seriatim: Whether I can afford one or not is a red herring that you threw out to immediately try and throw discredit on me. Nice ploy, but it has no bearing on the topic. Stick to the facts please. When I said all “newly manufactured” I was referring to the proposed NJ Statute. I admit my wording was confusing. As to your statement; “…I don’t believe these can be remotely shut down…”. If you are referring to the device in the patent it’s irrelevant what you believe. “The USPTO requires that your invention be… Read more »

Michael Davis

Tracking point, I am a huge fan. Starting with you being a Austin Tx based company, great city! New and exciting technology could be this company’s mission statement. I believe this tech to be the next step in the ” aimed rifle” evolutionary ladder. Wishing you great success!
P.s ty for the screen saver!

Glen M

Please tell use how you can remotely disable all firearms I don’t think it can be done maybe if you blow up the shooter


Tracking Point developed the add on that would offer remote “smartgun” technology to all newly manufactured firearms that would allow the police to remotely disable any firearm from within a 1000 foot radius. New Jersey, of course, was the first to jump on the band wagon and want to pass a law requiring that once this was in place it would be required for any gun sold in the State and all older guns would have to be retro-fitted. I emailed the President of TrackingPoint and asked him what in the world were they thinking of when they did this.… Read more »


And here you go: “TrackingPoint’s chairman John McHale applied for a patent (#20140182179) which describes an invention that can disable the trigger of guns, such as TrackingPoint’s smart rifles, if they are within school zones (1,000 ft. of a school), on the grounds of a federal facility or on the grounds of private business that bans private firearms. The patent was filed on December 31, 2012.”

Even though it says “schools, federal facilities or private businesses” it could be anywhere. Now, we still have all those fanboys?

Wild Bill

@Vanns, Good research!

Glen M

Thank you for the info


Do not ever support a company that patents a device for police that can remotely disable all firearms and then refuses to ever discuss why they invented it and even, initially, denies they invented it.