TrackingPoint is bringing the .300 Blackout round back to its stable with its new M400XHDR rifle. Built on the Austin, Texas-based company’s AR platform, the Gen 2, night-vision enabled M400XHDR boasts a 400-yard lock range and the knockdown power of a .30 caliber.
The M400XHDR also shares a lot of the same technological advances as the rest of the company’s lineup of precision-guided firearms, such as the RapidLok Trigger System, which ensures precise accuracy by acquiring, tracking and locking on ranged targets. Meanwhile, audio/video capture capability lets you record your experience, and broadcast capability via WiFi lets you share it live with friends and family.
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According to the press release, the M400 system is powered by five optical modes. Precision Target and Precision Mover calculate ballistic and firing solutions for the shooter. Auto-Acquire mode snaps the reticle to a pre-determined center of mass of a tagged target. Suppressive Fire mode calculates and holds real-time ballistic solutions coupled with a live trigger to engage multiple targets quickly. The final mode, Night Mode, uses CMOS sensor technology to deliver Gen 2 night vision performance when used with the rail-mounted IL illuminator that comes standard …Read the Rest
Source:: Tactical Life