Discussion in 'The Corps' started by montfish, Oct 31, 2008.
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Not sure if this is in the manual???
He just doesn't want to be shot at?.....a non - sniper guess
maybe the guy with the ear defs on tripped and fell over, and the canny sniper saw a potential firing point. 2s up on being the duty human shield tho!
Don't know how practical that would be, the minute he lets wind, it will throw off the trajectory of the bullet...hmmm will need a 3" wedge to make sure that never happens....(Damage Control close up.... ) :dwarf:
Hope the flash eliminator is good cos if some one fires at the flash the extra ******** will take some explaining mfg: :bootyshake:
My researcher advises that this technique is indeed in a manual.
Nothing to do with sniping, mind.
Looks like a head shot to me :thumright:
Have a nice day
I didn't realise that was covered in training these days. :thumright:
The 'bench' boy certainly has a worried look on his dial.
I was reilably informed by a colour stripey that this is a gen technique from "the good book" but only for the GPMG. There are others as well that involve getting your oppo into strange and wierd positions. Not sure it'll be getting used in Afghan very often right enough. :whew:
Depends on who will be taking the return fire!
These jokes from some of you lot are the chaddest yet. :toilet: :dwarf:
F@#$ that for a game of sojers, the reverberations through the ringpiece from the snipers gat would be bad enough, from a GIMPY it would feel like your ricker had had a visit from 3 Para Mortars. :thumright:
Getting the "windage" right could be a problem...........
Following on from NZB's observations, one would not like to guess improvised firing techniques adopted in the absence of a mortar base-plate.
I wonder if he farts at the same time as firing, it will ignite the shite gas?...that would be some muzzle flash!
**** me crap hats will sleep anywhere
Sniper to his oppo, "Right a bit".
Or would you have rather been in that position with this
lady? Three hundred and nine recorded kills. Now that's
a record thats likely to stand for a while.
Its true - I have photographs somewhere of a similar version of this technique with a GPMG, but a bit less homo!!!
Funnily enough although its not used often (or ever :dwarf: ), Aghanistan would be an ideal place for it. If you require a stable platform to provide fire support and say your in long grass/reeds so cant get down into the prone positon, its a quick and more accurate than shooting from the hip.
I will get my coat now.
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