Pentagon taps smart technology to help soldiers shoot better

01/16/2014 | Engadget

Firearms manufacturer TrackingPoint says it has delivered six "smart" rifles to the U.S. military that could make even the worst shot a budding marksman. The precision-guided firearms -- which cost from $10,000 to $27,000 -- have built-in sensors and a Linux-powered scope that help shooters position a target before they pull the trigger.

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