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Marksmanship and Sniping - Training and Manuals [pack]

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Marksmanship and Sniping - Training and Manuals [pack] "When the Serbs failed in their attempt to overrun the neighborhood, they switched tactics to what they called "Fry the Brain," a terror campaign meant to drive residents out. The Serbs shelled the area day and night, ringing the neighborhood with snipers, who killed everything they saw, especially women and children. They thought that killing kids would make the women, and ultimately the men, take flight." - John Falk, Fry The Brain Resistance movements of all shades and stripes have employed the guerrilla sniper, from black pyjama-clad Viet Cong fighters to the ragtag Somali militias in war-torn Mogadishu. From the perspective of the guerrilla, it is only natural. What better way to bloody a superior force than with an elusive shooter who takes a single shot and then melts away as quickly as they appear? The lone shooter is the hallmark of modern urban guerrilla warfare. While the world's many resistance movements employ a variety of tactics like car bomb attacks, IED ambushes, and martyr operations, they all employ a universal weapon - the guerrilla sniper. However, resistance movements have achieved different levels of sniping success. For instance, the German Werwolf resistance movement of World War II employed guerrilla snipers to harass allied occupation forces. However, these German guerrillas were unable to build a mass support base and therefore never successfully blended in with the civilian population. In contrast, other movements like the Irish Republican Army, The Palestinian Liberation Organization, and the Iraqi Insurgency developed effective sniper corps that survived the test of time and the scrutiny of enemy security forces. Fry The Brain peers into this murky world of urban guerrilla sniping to understand this little known or appreciated discipline. In doing so, Fry The Brain strives to educate the reader on all aspects of urban guerrilla sniping, from training and equipping the guerrilla sniper to actual world's recent urban battle zones. The trained urban guerrilla sniper can be a formidable foe that exacts a fearsome toll from the unprepared Truly, one must understand their enemy in order to defeat them. Taken in that vein, one could say this work, ultimately, is a counter-sniper manual. However, Fry The Brain is more than that. While Fry The Brain discusses in extreme detail how guerrilla snipers operate, the basic methodology they employ is the same as used by other elements of a guerrilla movement, like Improvised Explosive Device (IED) and suicide bomber cells. If one understands how a sniper cell works, one also understands how the other components of the guerrilla machinery work. Importantly, Fry The Brain is a study of modern urban guerrilla warfare. As the world becomes increasingly urbanized, so will the world's never ending cycle of conflicts that are exhibited in the form of insurgencies, terrorism, and guerrilla warfare. There is something in Fry The Brain for a variety of readers, from sniping fanatics and guerrilla warfare experts to casual readers and military history buffs. I have tried to entertain while educating, which is always a difficult task. In the end, I am confident the reader will come away with a richer understanding of the subject when they turn the final page. videos Improvised Suppressors, Secrets of Silencing Firearms - Aqilifer Publications.wmv WW2 German Sniper Training Videos (English subtitles).avi ebooks Muzzle Mounts Coupler for Attaching a Suppressor to a Firearm Flash Hider - US Patent 5773746.pdf Device for Affixing a Muzzle Brake to a Weapon Barrel - US Patent 6450079.pdf Multifunctional Firearm Muzzle Attachments - US Patent 6595099.pdf Muzzle Accessory Mount, Small Firearm - US Patent - 6,619,179.pdf Retainer for Securing a Silencer on Barrel of Handgun - US Patent 6412389.pdf Silencer Threadless Connector - US Patent 3698747.pdf Silencer, Means for Attaching to Portable Silencers - US Patent 4479418.pdf Silencer, Methods and Apparatus for Attaching - 6,701,820.pdf Sound Suppressor Attaching Device for Guns - US Patent 4510843.pdf Patents Choke Compensator Adapter for Metal-Plastic Firearm Barrel - US Patent 2932915.pdf Compensator - 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Rifle Marksmanship with the M1 Rifle (1942)

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Rifle Marksmanship with the M1 Rifle (1942) An instructor at Camp Hood, Texas, lectures to and demonstrates for a class on quick firing. He shows firing positions and techniques for quickly firing a pistol, tommy gun, rifle, and light machine gun. Emphasizes the need for quick reflexes in firing at surprise targets at close range or with poor visibility. The class briefly practices the techniques. National Archives Identifier: 24454 These are Excellent videos for those who would like to know more about rifle shooting. They are great for both the beginner and the expert who needs a refresher. The series focuses on the M1 garand, but the techniques can be applied to any rifle. part one covers sling usage and shooting positions. Part 2 covers sight adjustments and also has one of the BEST explanations of windage adjustments EVER. The film was made in 1942/43 for the war department and is now in the public domain, so it can be copied and recopied at will. Please give a copy to anyone you may think would be interested in becoming a better shooter then visit www.rwva.org to find out about an APPLESEED shoot. Special thanks to Jack A Sol of the Revolutionary War Veterans Association for making these videos available to the general public. text: How to Shoot the US Army Rifle.pdf Snap-Shooting Article.pdf videos: Feature Films Rifle Marksmanship with M1 Rifle part 1.mp4 Rifle Marksmanship with M1 Rifle part 2.mp4 Short Format Films correct sight picture 512kb.mp4 Fb-044 Close Combat Firing 1942.mp4 part 2 positions 512kb.mp4 part 3 trigger squeeze 512kb.mp4 part 4 rapid fire 512kb.mp4 part 5 elevation and windage 512kb.mp4 part 6 zeroing and scorebook 512kb.mp4 TF-29 The Employment of Machine Guns in the Defense, 1937.mp4

Rifle Marksmanship with the M1 Rifle (1942)

An instructor at Camp Hood, Texas, lectures to and demonstrates for a class on quick firing. He shows firing positions and techniques for quickly firing a pistol, tommy gun, rifle, and light machine gun. Emphasizes the need for quick reflexes in firing at surprise targets at close range or with poor visibility. The class briefly practices the techniques.

National Archives Identifier: 24454

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