TrackingPoint, Inc. to Display At The 2017 NRA Annual Meetings

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PFLUGERVILLE, Texas -(Ammoland.com)- Booth #5319 will be abuzz with activity as TrackingPoint, Inc. showcases the latest additions to its lineup of Precision-Guided Firearms when the NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits opens today at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.

The 80,000+ attendees will have an opportunity to see firsthand the ShadowMark 6, a next-generation bolt-action rifle that couples the versatility of the vaunted 6.5 Creedmoor cartridge with an extended 1000-yard lock range that ensures pinpoint accuracy.

Alongside the ShadowMark 6 is the ShadowMark 3, a .300 Win Mag bolt-action that shares the same look and characteristics of the ShadowMark 6, but features a 1200-yard lock range and 22” barrel. Visitors will also see the M-Series rifles including the extremely popular 7.62 NATO and .338LM models.

Additional surprises, including an integrally suppressed semi-automatic .300 Blackout PGF system, and exclusive show pricing, await attendees who stop by the TrackingPoint booth.

For more information about the 2017 NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits, exhibitor map or other information around the TrackingPoint show special, go to their website. We’ll see you there!


About TrackingPoint:

TrackingPoint, based in Austin, Texas, created the first Precision-Guided Firearm, a revolutionary 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 their website.

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Dave V

TrackingPoint introduced and patented a device for remotely allowing police to disable rifles (initially- handguns later) in 1000 foot radius. They, TrackingPoint, termed it for school or “gun free” zones. As soon as this device was discovered by NJ Legislators they immediately wanted to mandate that ANY firearm sold in the State be equipped with the device. When questioned as to why he would patent such a device, the President of TrackingPoint at first denied the existence of the device. When I showed him the patent he ceased all communication and refused to discuss it further. My opinion is not… Read more »

Eaglesnester

yes probably true however like all technology the price will come down. In a few years even this may have a price point that we all can afford. I personally would not like one. For me the fun and the challenge is hitting the target using the skills that I have learned as a shooter over the years. This target acquisition system would be a boom to the Marine Corps scout sniper but then again the price has to come down before the military would even consider fielding that is just my opinion ..

subguy

Trump can’t even afford one of these.