“Tracking Point” System Makes Killing Easy and Fun
By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor
Mike Harris of Rense.com sent me the video below. The new TrackingPoint system makes long range shooting, those oh so difficult 800 meter head shots something granny or the kids can do with less than five minutes of training.
I personally see this as a huge move forward, hunting no longer will require the baiting or big game anesthesia that moneyed amateurs so enjoy.
Marine rifle training, my own bad at Edson Range, Pendleton, is now a thing of the past. With newer weapon systems like the “over and behind” XM25, no more military training is needed.
As things are going, modern infantry will start going delusional like “fighter jocks.”
More realistically, we can, using this civilian technology, eliminate anything larger than a fire-team. With drone support, “one shot” kills and an XM, we could eliminate our involvement in Afghanistan in a week.
We simply need to arm both sides, the Pashtuns and Northern Alliance, and wait a week.
Whoever wins, and I think we know who that will be, will be our new allies.
Our only problem will be keeping the narcotics flowing and our money laundering business intact.
Gordon Duff is an accredited diplomat and is generally accepted as one of the top global intelligence specialists.He manages the world's largest private intelligence organization and regularly consults with governments challenged by security issues.
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