Posted February 10, 2015 11:10 am by Comments

By gunwriter An American study revealed that in the First World War it took about 7,000 rounds of small arms ammunition to kill a single enemy soldier. By the time of the Vietnam War, this had risen to abort 25,000 rounds. The average Sniper requires 1.3 rounds.1 THE SNIPER The military sniper has been around a long time. During the Seven Years War (1756-63) German Jäger’s (hunters) worked as scouts and precision riflemen. However, their value on the battlefield was not truly realized and exploited until the American Revolution when Jäger immigrants and descendents began sharpshooting the British. During the American Civil …read more

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