TrackingPoint Releases Video on Hunting with Smart Rifles

Smart Rifles Allow for Dynamic Hunting, Ethical Shots, and Networked Mentoring

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750 Series Smart Rifle

750 Series Smart Rifle

The video takes viewers on a journey into the exciting world of big game trophy hunting with the TrackingPoint 750 and 1000 series smart rifles.

Pflugerville, TX (PRWEB) January 29, 2014

TrackingPoint, the Austin, TX based applied technology company responsible for inventing the world’s first Smart Rifle, has released a video on hunting with Precision Guided Firearms, the ultimate long range hunting rifle. The video takes viewers on a journey into the exciting world of big game trophy hunting with the TrackingPoint 750 and 1000 series smart rifles. These rifles allow for long range ethical shots on game, even while the target is moving, thru TrackingPoint's unique TTX technology. TrackingPoint’s expert hunter employees discuss why this technology is not only useful but important for the modern hunter.

Several TrackingPoint employees are featured in the video and discuss how TrackingPoint has leveraged the best technology into one unique package to provide the shooter with the enhanced ability to hit long range targets. Teams travel in the field to show that their rifles enable proactive hunting, where hunters adventure out to find and harvest the best game, rather than baiting animals with a feeder and targeting them from a blind. Moreover the video shows that the Networked Tracking Scope streams video and records all the way through the shot thereby allowing experienced shooters to mentor young or novice shooters in real time. TrackingPoint hopes their Precision Guided Firearms help more hunters make ethical shots while hitting ranges they never previously thought possible.

Last year TrackingPoint made history bringing jet-fighter lock and launch technology to small arms. This smart rifle technology created the best rifle ever available. Later this year the applied technology company will be bringing that same technology to a semi-auto AR platform. The technology calculates and adjusts for all of the factors that make shots difficult at long range, enabling the shooter to hit the target more often on the first shot than ever before. The 750 series comes in .300 Win Mag, 7mm and .308 Winchester calibers. TrackingPoint 750s and all other Precision Guided Firearm are available thru an application process on the company website at tracking-point.com/apply-now. The video is available on the companies youtube channel at youtube.com/trackingpoint.


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