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Captan Harold D
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TrackingPoin PGF

Post by Captan Harold D » 12 Nov 2013, 07:15

There is a "new gun" being manufactured in Austin, TX - Tracking Point Precision Guided Firearm.
Is anyone here familiar with it? How about it Blue?
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Post by blueorison » 12 Nov 2013, 15:49

I am... more than familiar with them.




I have visited their facilities numerous times and played with their guns on and off the range.

I have NDA's with them through the company I am employed with. We supply services to them.

But you can ask me client questions, and I can answer to the best I can.
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Post by jmz5 » 13 Nov 2013, 04:42

When I was at the NRA Show in Houston, I got to play with their $24,000.00 rifle for a few minutes. Pretty neat if you got Bill Gates money.
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Re: TrackingPoin PGF

Post by Captan Harold D » 13 Nov 2013, 06:20

I expected it to be pricey for sure. Will it make a marksman out of a civilian in a matter of minutes as stated on one of their videos? Not that I have that kind of money to spend or would. It is kinda of amazing though.

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Post by blueorison » 13 Nov 2013, 16:25

Captan Harold D wrote:I expected it to be pricey for sure. Will it make a marksman out of a civilian in a matter of minutes as stated on one of their videos? Not that I have that kind of money to spend or would. It is kinda of amazing though.
Yes and no. Mostly yes.
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Post by jmz5 » 14 Nov 2013, 04:12

I agree with Blue, mostly yes, but no. It will will enhance anyone's skills to make long distance shots much easier. You will be no Rob Furlong, but if you miss with your "tag" you can "tag" again until your shot is perfect.
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