…And that reason is that there’s nothing to say. And similarly nothing to show off. I’ve posted about the inability to get a single picture of the rifle, and according to sources within the two companies (as well as some helpful people who were part of the groups) Remington and TrackingPoint still haven’t decided on the final form of the thing. Everything from the functionality of the scope to the rifle being used, and even the caliber of choice, is being tested out in focus groups before the rifle is released to the public for even a brief glimpse. And honestly, I’m very happy about that. This is the first time I can remember where a gun company actively reached out to average shooters to find out what they want in a gun, rather than making wild-ass assumptions and “preaching from on high.” More details as they come, which may take some time.