TrackingPoint currently offers three rifles packing its Precision Guided Firearm tech, all bolt-action hunting rifles (though pistol-style grips are often associate with tactical rifle design--just saying) designed with sport rather than combat or law enforcement in mind. That being said, firearms and firearm ownership are hot-button issues, especially in the wake of recent events. But by computerizing the firearm, TrackingPoint has raised some interesting notions for the gun industry at large. For one, if guns go the way of the automobile and become increasingly computerized and connected, could that make them easier to track and regulate? And by ensuring the perfect shot every time, can hunters ensure that they take their game in the most humane way possible? The answer to the second question would on its face seem to be yes. The first, well, that's up for debate.