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#2 Apr 03, 2021 11:57 pm

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Re: Shoot to kill

"The tank does a flanking move on your position and Bob's your uncle." smile

Good stuff.

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#3 Apr 04, 2021 8:41 am

Real Distwalker
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Re: Shoot to kill

When a dive bomber is diving on your position, holding your fire seems pointless.  He already has you in his sites.  Seems like you'd throw everything you have at him to get him to at least flinch and lose his aim.

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#4 Apr 04, 2021 7:32 pm

Expat
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Real Distwalker wrote:

When a dive bomber is diving on your position, holding your fire seems pointless.  He already has you in his sites.  Seems like you'd throw everything you have at him to get him to at least flinch and lose his aim.


Not the Tommy mate, nerves of steel.  Anyhoos whats the point of firing when all the lead is going to do is knock gently on the canopy and fall back to earth.

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#5 Apr 05, 2021 10:12 am

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That training video was like a cat  waiting on a mouse , a lion waiting on a kill , animals all.
As a high school cadet ,  we practiced with rifles that looked  like the one featured , 100 years old. lo

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#6 Apr 05, 2021 9:11 pm

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Don't knock em, An old rifle may not be automatic, or semi, but that long twirly thing inside that old barrel still delivers the goods.

Shot 303's at Bisley, and Unfortunately I never got to the range on days when they were on details longer than 300 yds, but the bullet goes where you point it. I always wanted to get there at 1000 yds, but always missed those days.

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