Thursday, 22 June 2017

(with extreme ability)

A sniper in the Canadian special forces shot and killed an Islamic State (IS) fighter from a distance of 2.1 miles (3,540m) in Iraq last month. Military sources told Toronto's Globe and Mail newspaper that the gunman is a member of Joint Task Force 2, and made the shot from a high-rise building.
It took the bullet almost 10 seconds to hit its target, it reports.
Could this be the "safer" way to kill? 
(I can't believe I'm thinking like this.)

In other words, could this be safer for the innocents who happen to be near the target? We know that the drones, missiles and other bombs kill a lot of people who have nothing to do with our war. The sniper hit one person, and other lives were spared.

Montoneros often raided armouries and got away with serious fire power, like this Uzi.

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