By Dean Michaelis. For fans, shooters and collectors of 50 BMG rifles. Learn the history of the sniper rifle, modern tactics and effectiveness of the rifle against hard targets. Includes useful charts, a military ammunition tip color guide and a review of available equipment. 576 pages - Softcover.
Publisher: Paladin Press Date of Publication: 2000 Number of Pages: 576
Summary of material from the publisher:
Nowhere are the big guns covered in more detail. Before Sgt. First Class Dean Michaelis (Ret.) wrote the book on sniping, he wrote a first-of-its-kind program of instruction for the Special Operations Target Interdiction Course. A member of the 1st Special Forces Group, he taught students everything they needed to know to succeed and survive. Now he brings that information to you, covering every aspect of the sniper's art: the history, equipment, skills and missions. He also includes reproducible forms, a military-issue .50-caliber cartridge tip color guide and his exclusive Program of Instruction for Special Operations Hard-Target Interdiction Course. An invaluable resource for military and civilian shooters alike.
Notes: Softcover, 8.5" x 11"
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