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[dcs_fancy_header color=”#000000″ fweight=”bold”]Introducing the World’s First Precision Guided Firearm![/dcs_fancy_header]

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By now, a lot of shooters have either heard about or seen the TrackingPoint rifle in action. A precision shooting system that allows anyone the ability to make first round hits out to 1200 yards.

The technology behind the system is pretty incredible. It doesn’t work like a normal rifle, but then again, it isn’t a normal rifle. And although its created quite a stir (and of course caused some politicians to call for bans), many shooters aren’t impressed. They cry about the absence of “sport” in a hunting application, or the lack of skill needed to operate it.

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Here’s the deal. If you can afford a $17k+ hunting rifle, you aren’t all that good of a shot, and you want to haul this thing through the mountains, I’d rather you use this than put a round through an elk’s hind quarter. While working with an outfitter for ten years, I honestly can’t tell you how many times I saw bad shots placed on deer in easy situations. Many of them were never found.

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But in all seriousness, how can you not be amazed at the system? Its not a rifle as much as it is an F16. So there can’t be anyway its going to be entered into any shooting competitions, but so what? Is there a more ultimate toy than a laser guided gun? Seems not. The company says despite its detractors, demand is through the roof.

To learn more visit http://tracking-point.com.

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Aaron Coston is a guy who loves guns. It doesn't matter what kind, shape, or size. If they can make a bang, he's there. Following this love, he's been blessed with the opportunity to work with some of the top names in outdoor television and winning several awards for video editing along the way. His latest projects include the Sportsman Channel hit Top Outdoor Producer, writing a book on the marketing techniques of the anti-gun movement, and the idea that firearm photography could be more than gun photos…maybe even art. But, at his core, he's just a guy who loves guns.

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