studying the history of the Vietnam War, was faced with a very famous U.S. Marine sniper, is Carlos Norman Hathcock II (May 20, 1942 - February 23, 1999) - one of the most famous stories of the snipers in the U.S. military. He was famous for his participation in the Vietnam War. Considered one of the legendary figures of the U.S. Marine Corps. Here at whom need to learn
I'll tell you what ... once hunted in the mountains kavakaza Islamists who would soon commit a terrorist act or conduct sabotage in a town. They tracked down a group of four people, two of them were snipers. Here's one early morning, they set up an ambush near the ford across the mountain river, they were there for about two or three days ... Here and there there Mujahideen, had them for about 12 people. In going over the river in 10-20 seconds 6 Mujahideen were killed, the remaining 6 people moved away and took up firing positions, opened fire. But they will not work, for one hour destroyed another 5 Islamists in firing positions. Last surviving exploded himself, so the gang has been destroyed by two snipers
Some good sniper work there A!
Hi guys! again, see how soldiers are trained conscripts? just said @ HugeFan - holy crap! Calculated primarily on the average citizen
So at 3:32 I noticed that dude's muzzle brake is canted ever so slightly(it looks like quite a bit actually) and I can't help myself: Is that a normal concept? I have no knowledge of long range precision shooting. Is that so the dust cloud does not interfere with his spotter? Interesting...
Holy shit this is awesome! Reminds me of some of the Polish SF(GROM, Formoza, etc.) training that I have been told of.
@shagstar I can't tell you how many times I've heard this at the Wormy Dog Saloon in Stillwater, OK. You got any David Allan Coe on that there jukebox?
@shagstar In high school, it was not officially a party unless you played Steve Miller, Bad Company and/or Zeppelin or the Doors
damn it,,you missed the opening act CK!
I was never a snow skier. I learned to ski at 9 on my parents adult skis. The first time my feet were big enough to stay in the skis! Mom had golf clubs, but we were a boating family and did that pretty much every weekend. Around that time I also started riding horses, which I loved - English/hunt though, no cowboy stuff in Churchill Downs area :)
@shagstar So we change venues and everyone goes to bed? WTF? The bosses need to just post an "open mic" forum so we can just start b.s. ing right off the bat.