goaliedude66630 said:You are right, i think. But the kid was transporting guns to the enemy. If the kid is giveing guns for someone to uses to kll you, i dont think that i would think twices abot shooting him. i might feel bad becasue he is a kid, and in a normal time he might have been a great kid.
goaliedude66630 said:Most likely you are right. I have never tired to shoot anyone. I think that if I will have a change of mind after
A: one of my budies gets killed.
B: i kill someone and there are looking me inthe eyes as i do it!!!
bush musketeer said:1250 yards with 7mm rifles assisted by spotters but shot with open sighted rifles, not bad shooting i reckon.
Mark Conley said:bush musketeer said:1250 yards with 7mm rifles assisted by spotters but shot with open sighted rifles, not bad shooting i reckon.
Nope not bad shooting at all. Guess the red coats helped with the sight picture: did they use this uniform during the Boer War?
there are also accounts of ther boers shooting down artillery crews in that war at a range of 2700 yards, with the help of their little sticks in the ground is there any modern army with soldiers capable of doing this?
FutureRANGER said:Dear Mr. Goalie, Mr. Redneck, Mr. Mark, and Mr. Ed, this is the funniest thread I've read in days. :lol:
The longest recored sniper kill was made by Carlos Hathcock, a marine sniper, during Vietnam with a .50 BMG. It was 2250 meters, approximately a mile and 3/8.
Edit:This record was recently broken in Operation Anaconda when a Canadian three-man sniper team from the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI), set the new record with a shot of 2,400 meters on a Taliban fighter.