Watch this video, where they are shooting from vehicles and around corners (because elk always shoot back), and tell me again how TrackingPoint is designed for long range civilian hunting, and not military applications.
Don’t get me wrong. I think the technology is fascinating. I just found it odd that they introduced themselves as a company building guns used to harvest game animals at extreme range, when the market for a $20,000+ hunting rifle and matched ammunition is extremely small. I’ll remain convinced this was always a weapon designed for the military from the ground up, and this newer video does nothing but solidify that view.