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Submission + - Doing shots at the range with a $17,000 Linux-powered rifle (arstechnica.com)

willith writes: "Back at CES I wrote up a story about Austin-based TrackingPoint and their "Precision Guided Firearms," a set of high-powered hunting rifles with computer-controlled scopes and "guided" triggers. Last week, I had the opportunity to take the three TrackingPoint rifles out to the range and test their accuracy. How much did they improve my marksmanship? My photographer, who'd never before even picked up a rifle, scored a 1000-yard shot on his very first attempt.""
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Doing shots at the range with a $17,000 Linux-powered rifle

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