Tracking Point’s New 300BLK and Para-rescue DMR SR-25 Rifles | SHOT 2017

At Media Day on the Range we visited Tracking Point and shot their latest precision-guided rifles. New this year they’ve got a 300BLK model, and were demoing a set of Knights Armament SR25 rifles that have been outfitted with Tracking Point technology for use with Air Force para-rescue units.

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Edward O

Edward is a Canadian gun owner and target shooter with a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism. Crawling over mountains with tactical gear is his idea of fun. He blogs at TV-Presspass and tweets @TV_PressPass.


  • Dr. Longfellow Buchenrad

    I was thinking the other day, with the current technology we have in image recognition (as in recognizing human outlines in pictures), Thermal/NV technology, automated firearms, and the like, it would not be hard to set up a system (such as a defensive fortification or armored vehicle) where you can sit at a computer and remotely view the area around you and simply click on your target and the automated system would do the rest of the work.

    Im sure Im not the first to think of this and it probably has been done before. Its just something I have never heard of specifically.

    • J.T.

      The South Koreans have done fully automated ones that can also work as a human in the loop system.

    • Reader

      In development, an maybe even in use somewhere in some form.

      Against criminal Militants it works, not against thermal shielded and trained Soliders, who will destroy the system with theyr handheld missle/ rocked or whatever systems from miles away.

  • JumpIf NotZero

    TrackingPoint in 300blk… seems like a Barret 82 in 22lr, or a revolver in 300norma.

    • User

      So true.

    • Dr. Longfellow Buchenrad

      I need a .22LR Barrett to train with. .50BMG is so expensive.