Trackingpoint Labs, Austin, TX, introduced a couple of years ago technology that it markets under the trade name of XactSystem. The system consists of several assemblies, the electronic weapon trigger, laser range finder, ballistic computer and image processor all integrated under software control to create a complete fire control system for shoulder fired weapon systems. Once the target is electronically tagged, the Trackinpoint technology derives and continuously updates a firing solution that even considers lockup time. Thus, it allows the shooter to make consistent long range single shots, against difficult targets; including moving targets.
Remington Arms has licensed the technology, and the U.S. Army is currently evaluating it.
Prospective buyers can expect to pay an early adopter price of about $10,000 which includes the firearm.