Want To Quit You Job And Go Off To Syria To Kill Terrorists? This American Firearms Manufacturer Will Hook You Up With Some Shockingly Lethal (and Expensive) Kit – FOR FREE!


Although not “a Phased Plasma Rifle in The 40-Watt Range”… The Manufacturer Claims That The M800 DMR “is the nuclear bomb of small arms”

“We firmly believe that the M600 SR and M800 DMR will save countless lives and enable our soldiers to dominate enemy combatants including terrorists,” said John McHale, TrackingPoint CEO. The company is offering ten free M600 SRs or M800 DMRs to any U.S. organization that can legally bring them to the Middle-East in the fight against ISIS and Al Qaeda. “It’s hard to sit back and watch what is happening over there. We want to do our part. Ten guns don’t sound like a lot but the dramatic leap in lethality is a great force multiplier. Those ten guns will feel like two hundred to the enemy,” said McHale.

You can read the entire press release HERE

You can peruse the company’s other fine products HERE for all your “squad level” and “precision fire weapons needs”.

Offer void where prohibited [I assume] and it does not yet seem open to non-U.S. citizens, but if you are blessed with a Canadian, U.K., or Aussie citizenship I’d still give them a call. They seems motivated and would likely work out some deal that didn’t violate a raft of your own countries’ laws that would forever prevent you from returning home.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Can you keep the weapons when you are done?

    • Exile1981

      I have something new on my wish list.

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        A Class-3 ATF license and a big checking account could make everyday Christmas.
        That is some expensive hardware.
        I wonder if it is anything as awesome as they promise?

        • Exile1981

          For that price I hope they let you try it before buyingbit. Also they have a 30 day money ba ck guarentee on them.

  • Shebel

    Please don’t let Obama get his hands on any.
    He has already supplied ISIS with enough weapons and training.

  • Jaedo Drax

    You would have to get approval from the State Department, and you would not believe how stupid some of the restrictions are.

    For example, our preferred supplier for antennas is located in the US. The antenna we wanted to order is made in Canada, by a Canadian company. The supplier informed me that they were unable to ship the antennas to a Canadian address due to technology export restrictions. After 2 weeks of climbing the ladder of their supply chain management people, they finally agreed to have the Canadian manufacturer drop ship the antennas to us. Unfortunately, the manufacturer would not sell to us direct. (it would have been easier for me to drive to a retailer down the street and purchase it, but our supply chain people are dense too).

    • Exile1981

      I brought in a thermographic camera from the US a few years ago to Canada for tracking cracks in refractive lining. The paperwork to export it out of the US was insane.

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      Yeah, sorry about that.
      Also, try Amazon next time because all manner of restricted or controlled equipment shows up there.
      If you want anything else from crew served weapons to nukes, that will require that you go to E-Bay.

  • Minicapt

    Do they use genuine Colt Canada components?


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  • Hard Little Machine

    $16,000? Cheaper to get a bunch of RPG-7’s