Precision-Guided Bolt-Action .338 TP
1.0 mi Lock Range, 20 mph Target Velocity
You could think of the new .338 TP as a 50 caliber, but extremely precise. It’s nicknamed the Mile Maker for its unsurpassed range. This is the first Precision-Guided Firearm TrackingPoint has designed from a clean sheet of paper, including action, chambering, caliber, brass, projectile, barrel, primer, powder, and chassis.
Call (512) 354-2114 to order.
Max Target Velocity
20 miles per hour
0.047 minutes of angle (MOA)
(0.82 inches @ 1.0 miles)
(includes 3" brake)
Target Lock Time
1 second (includes all ballistics calculations and velocity measurements)
Average Launch Time
2.4 seconds, post-tag
Dual lithium-ion batteries
6 to 35x
300 gr OTM
|TPBA 338 TP||338 TP||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||1.0 mi.||$49,995||$28|
M300 + Schmidt
PM II H59
|338 LM||No||No||No||No||No||No||No||No||0.2 mi.||$17,263||$57|
What is Effective Range for the .338 TP?
Effective range for this model is the distance at which a typical shooter will be consistently successful on an 18” static target. For a typical shooter, the effective range is 150% greater using a Precision-Guided Firearm than with a legacy rifle. If the target is moving, the effective-range advantage of a Precision-Guided Firearm increases to 350%.
What is Cost Per Effective Yard?
Cost per effective yard is price divided by effective range. On average, Precision-Guided Firearms are less than half than the effective cost of a premium legacy gun and scope combination.
Want to Know More?
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