TrackingPoint's New NightEagle Predator Rifle

Special edition precision-guided firearm delivers unsurpassed predator domination.
TrackingPoint's New NightEagle Predator Rifle

Slap an IR flashlight on it and rename it something cool.

Sure, sometimes that works just fine to boost sales. But hey, the TrackingPoint rifle is kinda cool without a new name and a beam.

We joke. The new TrackingPoint NightEagle rifle does a bit more than rename the gun and attach an illuminator. With a new IR-sensitive CMOS sensor embedded in the optics, a shooter can beam the attached IR illuminator and see his target without any visible light out to 300 yards, the company says. Using the RapidLok target acquisition and control system, a pesky critter on the move can be targeted, tracked and engaged when the shot is just right.

“NightEagle is purpose-built for predator eradication. Predators will be eliminated with absolute precision 24/7/365,” said TrackingPoint CEO John McHale. “NightEagle is also well suited for homestead defense, herd management and dynamic hunting.”

So how much will this space-aged 5.56 AR-pattern rifle cost you? Well if you're one of the lucky first 100 to buy it, a cool $7,995 (we'll call it 8 grand just for fun). If you wait too long, the price climbs to $10,490. But don't fret, TrackingPoint offers financing for your new Toyota Corolla NightEagle with payments as low as $182 per month for 4 years.

We'd love to hear from any retailers or customers who've purchased one of these and what they think of their buy...





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