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The Ultimate Sniper

Author : Major John Plaster
ISBN : 1581604947
Genre : Reference
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Through revised text, new photos, specialised illustrations, updated charts and additional information sidebars, The Ultimate Sniper once again thoroughly details the three great skill areas of sniping; marksmanship, fieldcraft and tactics.

Illustrated Manual Of Sniper Skills

Author : Mark Spicer
ISBN : 9781473884526
Genre : History
File Size : 51. 4 MB
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This heavily illustrated manual provides a timely, in-depth review of the art of sniping in war and antiterrorist environments. Drawing on a vast, firsthand knowledge of sniper skills, former British Army sniper and sniper instructor Mark Spicer describes the role of the sniper in peace and in war, in reconnaissance and counter-surveillance, in cities, in vehicles, at night and by day. He presents crucial information about training and equipment, judgment and positioning, details of great relevance to professional marksmen, both military and law enforcement. This comprehensive manual will also be of interest to hunters, weapons enthusiasts, competition shooters, and paintball participants. The book is complimented by 280 full color illustrations, diagrams, and related information.

Secret Commandos

Author : John L. Plaster
ISBN : 0684856735
Genre : History
File Size : 52. 83 MB
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A Vietnam commando unit leader shares the story of secret operations along the Ho Chi Minh Trail in Laos and Cambodia, describing the efforts of small teams to capture enemy officers, rescue pilots, and collect intelligence.

Sniper Training

Author : U.S. Army
ISBN : 0873648293
Genre : History
File Size : 32. 67 MB
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Here are the very latest sniper training tactics and techniques as taught by the U.S. Army. Chapters cover equipment, marksmanship, field techniques, mission preparation, sniper operations, field communications, tracking/countertracking and sustained training skills. Also includes an in-depth look at sniper weapons of the world and the M21 Sniper Weapon System.

Trigger Men

Author : Hans Halberstadt
ISBN : 1429971819
Genre : History
File Size : 32. 83 MB
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Combat veteran and author Hans Halberstadt takes readers deeper inside the elusive world of snipers than ever before, from recruitment and training to the brutality of the killing fields. Shadow Team is probably the most productive sniper team in American military history, accounting for 276 confirmed kills in a six months span with no casualties of their own. Their leader made what was, and may still be, the longest range kill with a 7.62mm rifle. For the first time ever they explain what it's like to kill a man and what it takes to become one of the elite. The tragic tale of Headhunter Two is altogether different. This four man sniper team from a regiment known within the Corps as the Magnificent Bastards was killed in 2004 in Ramadi, Iraq. Their deaths not only caused a reevaluation of sniper tactics and techniques, but created a desire for vengeance that was exacted nearly two years later in dramatic fashion. Based on hundreds of hours of exclusive interviews, Halberstadt gets inside the sniper mind and shows how they think and interact with each other, how missions are planned and executed, how the weapons work, and even what happens when a bullet finally strikes its target. There are only a few hundred snipers from all the services put together in combat at any one time, making this true inside story a rare and important event. Both a uniquely intimate look at what makes a sniper tick and a harrowing read filled with dramatic war tales, Trigger Men is a book about killers and killing, without apology and without remorse.


Author : Peter Brookesmith
ISBN : 1862271070
Genre : Police patrol
File Size : 82. 96 MB
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"The researched text also includes firsthand accounts from the snipers themselves and some of the most extraordinary reports from the annals of sniping: tales of courage, endurance and skill, of the bizarre and the hair-raising, the farcical and, even, the grotesque. Illustrated throughout with 120 black-and-white and colour photographs and artworks, Sniper is for aficionados of the subject and an introduction to anyone with a more general interest in military history."--BOOK JACKET.

Long Range Shooting Handbook

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ISBN : 0999417304
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File Size : 53. 17 MB
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This book is the complete beginner's guide to long range shooting written in simple every-day language so that it's easy to follow. Included are personal tips and best advice from my years of special operations sniper schooling and experience, and as a sniper instructor. If you are an experienced shooter, this guide will be a resource covering the principles and theory of long range shooting. This is the preliminary book to help you understand fundamental concepts such as MOA vs Mils and external ballistics, that can be like a trusted resource at the range.Learning to shoot long range isn¿t that difficult. Once you understand the basics, you can start to master your technique and you¿ll be hitting targets in no time. The author has a series of online instructional videos known for their ability to take seemingly complex areas of long range shooting and breaking them down so that they're easy to understand. This book was motivated by the feedback from those videos. The handbook is broken down into three main categories: What it is/How it works, Fundamentals, and How to use it. "What it is/How it works" covers equipment, terminology, and basic principles. "Fundamentals" covers the theory of long range shooting. "How to use it" gives you practical advice on how to implement what you've learned so far to make you a long range shooter.

Seal Sniper Training Program

Author : U.S. Navy
ISBN : 0873646835
Genre : History
File Size : 39. 86 MB
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This highly sought manual - until now available only to this elite cadre of specially trained SEALs - contains the complete program by which SEAL snipers train, equip and operate. Included are precise instructions and exclusive, clear photos for target sighting, aiming, trigger control, aircraft takedown, range estimation, helo insertion, ship boarding, stalking, marksmanship and more.

U S Army Special Operations Target Interdiction Course

Author : U.S. Army
ISBN : 1581600437
Genre : History
File Size : 47. 25 MB
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This is the official manual used by the U.S. Army to train snipers in support of Special Operations Forces (SOF) missions. It covers sniper team selection, organizationa dn employments; equipment requirements; marksmanship training; field skills; terrain considerations; ammunition and more.

Sniping In The Trenches

Author : Maj. John L. Plaster USAR (Ret.)
ISBN : 1610049020
Genre : History
File Size : 89. 86 MB
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From the author of The Ultimate Sniper and The History of Sniping and Sharpshooting, here is the most thorough examination of wartime sniping ever published—not only for World War I, but for any war. It's all here in great detail--the weapons, optics, ammunition, silencers, and numerous wartime improvisations, from disguised periscopes to fake trees, from body armor to fixed and periscope rifles, plus sniping tactics, training, and organization. Here, too, are the people. From the Allied sniping trailblazers—adventurers, big-game hunters, British and American NRA riflemen—who rose up to challenge Germany's snipers to the colorful characters who fought this war within a war: The Igorot headhunter-turned-U.S. Army sniper who hoped to carry German heads back to his village "rizzly" Christie, the Yukon hunter who inspired Canada's snipers The shy French village girl who shot down German snipers The billionaire industrialist who recruited and financed an Allied sniping unit The Eurasian legend who out-sniped the Turks at Gallipoli The Canadian and U.S. Native American snipers the Germans feared the most And, for the first time ever, renowned sniping authority Major John L. Plaster tells the story of Canada's and England's sniper veterans who trained America's snipers at 34 sites all across the United States, readying them for this no-holds-barred contest. Sniping in the Trenches is profusely illustrated with nearly 500 rare photographs from U.S., Canadian, and European museums and archives, many never before published, others unseen for 100 years. Rounding out this amazing compilation are a dozen full-length, firsthand sniping accounts by American, Canadian, British, and Australian snipers.

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