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January 7, 2014 Posted by Editor in

TrackingPoint launches AR line in 5.56, 7.62 and 300 BLK

The TrackingPoint AR Series, Popular Science and the 2014 Partner Program

The TrackingPoint AR Line is About to Arrive

This week during the Consumer Electronics Show we will be announcing our new TrackingPoint AR line in 5.56, 7.62 and 300 BLK. Full unveil of new information on all of our 2014 products will come at the NSSF SHOT Show on January 14th.

You can view the new AR Series video here:

More information on the system:

TrackingPoint Awarded Best of What’s New By Popular Science

We are proud to announce we have been awarded the prestigious “Best of What’s New” award by Popular Science for our Precision Guided Firearms. This is a great honor for the TrackingPoint team, and we are excited to continue to develop industry-changing innovations.

The TrackingPoint Partner Program: Launching In 2014

We will launch our first partner program for dealers and partners of all sizes who are interested in TrackingPoint Precision Guided Firearms at the NSSF SHOT Show. We recently moved to a larger facility and in 2014 TrackingPoint will be able gap between production to demand for Precision Guided Firearms.

Is your preferred FFL the right fit for Tracking Point? We’re always interested in your opinion, let us know who your favorite vendor is at

Learn how to become a TrackingPoint partner by emailing or calling 512.354.2114, we are currently setting up meetings during SHOT Show and throughout January and February.

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  • max wallace

    I just saw lone survivor I was a bit amazed do you have the right to shoot the enemy if carrying a weapon, you shot first in Vietnam there what’s this political bullshit from Obama he’s never had a weapon pointed at him he’s full of it the sooner you get some one with balls to make a decision the better

  • DrSique

    It all depends on the “rules of engagement”. In Vietnam, there were what was known as free fire zones or, basically, if it moves shoot it. Barry O has put our military in a far more dangerous position because they often have to radio in for permission to open fire. Often, air and artillery are denied because of civilian proximity. SNAFU comes to mind.

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