Maritime Sniper Manual: Precision Fire from Seaborne Platforms (BOK)

Fredrik C. Jonsson

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* How to make that crucial shot under the most challenging sea borne conditions For the professional sniper, engaging a target on the high seas is one of the most challenging assignments of all. Erratic movement introduced by waves, vessel speeds, and engine vibrations; short, sudden windows of opportunity; and a host of unique environmental factors make the shot that much more demanding for even experienced marksmen. Now, master sniper Fredrik Jonsson, a master sniper and founder of a unique maritime sniper programme, has written what is destined to become the classic manual on precision fire from sea borne platforms. Jonsson combines his vast experience in sniping deployment and instruction, specialised operations in troubled waters around the world and competitive shooting to instruct dozens of specialised skills, including timing shots for wave harmonics; firing from one moving vessel at targets on another moving vessel; firing through shipboard glass; determining range and reading the wind in the tricky ocean arena; establishing a suitable shooting platform on a vessel at speed; conducting sniper-specific training at sea and maintaining weapons and optics in the harsh saltwater environment. The maritime sniper plays a vital role in combating piracy, providing cover for vessel and GOPLAT boarding teams, protecting high-value vessels, and many other missions. To hope that the sea will be calm the day you will have to take that crucial shot is simply not an option. Master the skills of sea borne sniping with Maritime Sniper Manual, called by John Plaster, author of The Ultimate Sniper, the "best thing out there on this subject."


Språk Engelsk Engelsk Innbinding Heftet
Utgitt 2011 Forfatter Fredrik C. Jonsson
ISBN 9781581607406
Antall sider 218 Dimensjoner 21,6cm x 28cm x 1,5cm
Vekt 635 gram Leverandør Bertram Trading Ltd
Emner og form Naval forces & warfare, Maritime / nautical trades, Target shooting