TrackingPoint has more than proven its effectiveness at killing paper and wild boars on American soil, but to win themselves a government contract they need some battle testing.
In what could be considered a great publicity stunt, Tracking Point’s CEO, John McHale, has said that they will give 10 free M600 or M800 Rifles to any U.S. organization that can legally bring them to the Middle East for the fight against terrorism.
To all the special operators that can hand pick their service weapons, this is your call to action.
This announcement follows up another large publicity stunt by the Austin, Texas based firearm company. Last weekend, TrackingPoint hosted the “American Sniper Shootout” where the late Chris Kyle’s wife, Taya Kyle defeated the NRA World Shooting Champion Bruce Piatt by using a Tracking Point rifle.
If you can legally bring these rifles to the front lines, this is your opportunity to show the world what the future of small arms technology looks like.
Here is a look at the two rifles they are giving away:
M600 SR Squad-Level Precision-Guided 5.56 Service Rifle
Designed to replace the M4A1, the M600 SR is destined to change the face of war. With the RapidLok™ target acquisition system individual soldiers will take down extremist fighters with impunity. Targets are acquired, locked, and eliminated with the pull of the trigger. Up to 87% First Shot Success Probability (FSSP) out to 600 yards. This is 40 times the kill-rate when compared to existing M4A1s. The efficacy and extreme battle stand-off advantage will change doctrine for generations to come.
M800 DMR Squad-Level Precision-Guided 7.62 (Squad Designated Marksman)
Designed to replace the M110 and M14, the M800 DMR is the nuclear bomb of small arms. The RapidLok™ target acquisition system gives squad-level designated marksmen a truly dominant advantage. The M800 delivers an insurmountable overmatch capability when engaging enemy combatants whether they are nation-states or terrorist groups. Targets are acquired, locked, and eliminated with the pull of the trigger. Up to 89% First Shot Success Probability (FSSP) out to 800 yards. This is 33 times the kill-rate when compared to designated marksmen and operational snipers utilizing existing M110s and M14s.
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