One Shot Kill

Spring, 1943.

One Shot Kill

Hitler is working on his greatest weapon, and if the Henderson boys want to stop the Fuehrer they will have to undergo advanced sniper training, track down secret files in occupied France, and crack the secret code the files contain.

One Shot Kills

One Shot Kills is the story of the sniper's journey from the South African veldt to the recent battlegrounds of Iraq and Afghanistan.

One Shot Kills

One Shot Kills is the story of the sniper's journey from the South African veldt to the recent battlegrounds of Iraq and Afghanistan. It is also the story of the development of the modern sniper's combat weapon system in which technology has been harnessed to produce extraordinary results on the battlefield.

One Shot Kill

Spring, 1943.

One Shot Kill

Spring, 1943. The war is turning against Germany, but Hitler isn't giving up. In a secret bunker deep in occupied France, scientists are hard at work on Hitler's latest deadly weapon: code name FZG-76. Back in England Henderson's boys will need to undergo advanced sniper training if they've any chance of infiltrating the bunker. Parachuting into occupied France, they track down a secret dossier filled with invaluable material - and uncover the meaning of the enigmatic code. For official purposes, these children do not exist.

One Shot Kills

The most dangerous individual soldier, and the world's best rifle-shot is the sniper.... He is deadly. He is feared more than the tank, more than the aeroplane. ... Inefficiency, carelessness, over-confidence - just one little slip and ...

One Shot Kills

A sniper is not just a good shot. While marksmanship is crucial, it is not this alone that defines the sniper. Snipers must also be superb bushmen, possess limitless patience, iron discipline, rat cunning, extraordinary stamina and attract more than their share of luck. The well-trained sniper will stalk his enemy or lie in wait for his target to appear. He will eliminate his target with just one shot and escape to repeat his mission time and again. The history of the Australian Army is replete with untold tales of brave men who built reputations as daring and skilful snipers. From the training grounds of the Boer War and First World War, Australian snipers honed their deadly skills and earned a fearsome reputation. In the Second World War they duelled with their German counterparts in the Western Desert and the hardy Japanese snipers of the Pacific War. The valuable lessons of two major wars had to be relearned for the Korean War where ‘naïve young men who knew nothing of combat sniping’ learned quickly or didn’t survive. The snipers of today’s Australian Army have learned the lessons of history and are held in the same high regard by friend and foe as their Gallipoli forebears. Snipers have become an essential force multiplier and have deployed on every operation since Somalia. One Shot Kills is the story of the sniper’s journey from the South African veldt to the recent battlegrounds of Iraq and Afghanistan. It is also the story of the development of the modern sniper’s combat weapon system in which technology has been harnessed to produce extraordinary results on the battlefield. Australian Army snipers are justifiably regarded as among the best in the world.

One Shot One Kill

One Shot One Kill Charles W. Sasser, Craig Roberts. however, the groundmounted machine gun proved too bulky and cumbersome and was never widely used in sniping. According to the Marine Corps, it was not until Vietnam that the .50 ...

One Shot One Kill

They are the lone wolves of the battlefield. Tracking the enemy, lying in wait for the target to appear -- then they shoot to kill. Armed with an unerring eye, infinite patience and a mastery of camouflage, combat snipers stalk the enemy with only one goal... In World War II, Korea, Vietnam, and Beirut, American snipers honed the art of delivering a single deadly shot from nowhere -- and devastating enemy morale. They met the enemy on his own turf, picking off officers, unwary soldiers, and even other snipers from extraordinary distances of up to 1 ½ miles. Now, these uncommon men tell their stories: of the emotions felt when a man's face came into their crosshairs and they pulled the trigger, of the nerve-wracking hours and days of waiting, motionless, for the enemy, of the primal savagery of a sniper duel. Often trained haphazardly in wartime, and forgotten in times of peace, combat snipers were officially recognized after the Vietnam War, when the Marine Corps became the first military branch to start a full-time sniper school. One Shot-One Kill is their powerful record of desperate trials and proud victories. A MAIN SELECTION OF THE MILITARY BOOK CLUB

One Shot One Kill

He is essentially a living weapon.' In an engrossing history driven by the stories of the great marksmen of each era, Andy Dougan traces the development of the sniper's role from the English Civil War to the modern day.

One Shot  One Kill

A cultural and military history of the sniper since 1643, when the first shot was fired by a sniper during the battle for Litchfield in the English Civil War, to the present day. Previously published as The Hunting of Man. The modern sniper is perhaps the most versatile soldier on the battlefield. He is totally self-reliant, living off the land and his wits, the most vital link in the chain of combat. Ranging at will over the battlefield, he will push himself to his technological and psychological limit to provide protection for his comrades, intelligence for his commanders, and deadly interdiction whenever it is necessary. He is essentially a living weapon. In an engrossing history driven by the stories of the great marksmen of each era, Andy Dougan traces the development of the sniper s role from the English Civil War to the modern day. A role that, despite tactical innovation and technological advance, has always aspired to the same lethal efficiency: one shot, one kill."

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FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin

These are the same stubut not precise ; deadly , but not in- structors issue one live round to stu- dents who achieved high ... only to before dying himself . this single round or fail the course . miss the one - shot kill event .

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First Person War Stories from Gamespace

Anyway, it's Execution mode: Either you one shot the enemy or take them down and do a closeup execution. 5v5, first to 5 rounds. ... but getting a kill with one shot anywhere else on the body is extremely difficult. I get the sniper, ...

First Person  War Stories from Gamespace

Avid gamers love to recount their most exciting exploits in online play, especially their moments of greatest challenge, skill, and luck. This is a collection of fifty such War Stories from the battlefields of the Internet: Fifty accounts of valiant struggles, glorious victories, and sometimes of overwhelming defeat.

Legal Moral and Metaphysical Truths

So, to talkthrough one of Moore's examples, consider D., who kills V1 and V2 with a single shot and intends to kill both; the bullet, let's imagine, passes through V1 and kills V2, as intended. Would it be double jeopardy to try D for ...

Legal  Moral  and Metaphysical Truths

Perhaps more than any other scholar, Michael Moore has argued that there are deep and necessary connections between metaphysics, morality, and law. Moore has developed every contour of a theory of criminal law, from philosophy of action to a theory of causation. Indeed, not only is he the central figure in retributive punishment but his moral realist position places him at the center of many jurisprudential debates. Comprising of essays by leading scholars, this volume discusses and challenges the work of Michael Moore from one or more of the areas where he has made a lasting contribution, namely, law, morality, metaphysics, psychiatry, and neuroscience. The volume begins with a riveting contribution by Heidi Hurd, wherein she takes an unadorned and unabashed look at the man behind this monumental body of work, full of both triumphs and sadness. A number of essays focus on Moore's view of the purpose and justification of the criminal law, specifically his endorsement of retributivism and legal moralism. The book then addresses Moore's work in the various aspects of the general part of the criminal law, including Moore's position on how to understand criminal acts for double jeopardy purposes, Moore's claim that accomplice liability is superfluous, Moore's views about the culpability of negligence, and the relationship between that view and proximate causation. Furthermore, the subject of defenses in criminal law is addressed, including self-defense as well as the intersection of the psychiatry, cognitive neuroscience, and the criminal law. Also discussed are features of morality, and Moore's work in general jurisprudence. Finally, Moore concludes the volume with an essay that defends and delineates the features of his views.

One Shot

Ex-military investigator Jack Reacher is called in by James Barr, a man accused of a lethal sniper attack that leaves five people dead, and teams up with a young defense attorney to find an unseen enemy who is manipulating events.

One Shot

Ex-military investigator Jack Reacher is called in by James Barr, a man accused of a lethal sniper attack that leaves five people dead, and teams up with a young defense attorney to find an unseen enemy who is manipulating events.

Shooter s Bible Guide to Deer Hunting

That is, when the reticle is placed on the kill zone of a buck, the hunter is already mentally convinced it will hit ... (See our video about making one-shot kills on YouTube and/or our website www.deerdoctor.com or www.woodsnwater.tv.) ...

Shooter s Bible Guide to Deer Hunting

A Deer Authority’s Best Tips from Decades in the Field As a seasoned hunter, host of a hunting television show, and acclaimed author and editor, Peter J. Fiduccia has amassed prodigious experience in pursuit of the whitetail. Now, he shares his tips, tactics, and techniques with readers, touching on every topic related to hunting whitetail deer. Some of his tips include: Core Areas: key strategies to take a buck in his core area Deer Calls: surefire advice to guarantee a buck will respond to grunt calls Using Scents: a radical scent tactic reveals how to attract bucks during the rut Shot Placement: how to regularly make dead-on one-shot kills Wounded Deer: methods that will drastically improve your tracking skills Scrape Hunting: fail-proof strategies to flush out a mature buck Weather: up your buck hunting success using barometric pressure and weather fronts Terrain: how to identify the places mature bucks regularly travel Fiduccia covers these and many more subjects in Shooter's Bible Guide to Deer Hunting. Hunters will find many ways to hone their skills and bag more deer with this handy guide.

Defining Crimes

One witness also testified that, after the defendant shot at the victim once, the victim fell to the ground, ... the multiple shots fired at the victim were evidence of deliberate premeditation, even if only one shot killed the victim.

Defining Crimes

Defining Crimes, by the distinguished author team of William J. Stuntz (late of Harvard) and Joseph L. Hoffmann (Indiana), breaks from the tradition of Model Penal Code-centric casebooks and focuses instead on the rich intellectual and theoretical issues that arise from how crimes actually get defined and applied today by state and federal legislatures, trial and appellate courts, police, prosecutors, defense lawyers, and juries. The innovative approach of Defining Crimes enables the in-depth study of the problems and issues that affect the day-to-day contemporary practice of criminal law.

The Spellslinger Chronicles

ONE SHOT, ONE KILL “One bullet, one target. “One shot, one kill.” My father held his twin guns in hand, their Elysian surfaces gleaming with a warm radiance more enlivening than the sun. Eiŕ and Eiŕ'hod rested as naturally and easily in ...

The Spellslinger Chronicles

No one should ever come between a man's family and his guns. Not if they want to live. Not even a demon prince, a sorcerer supreme, or a ruthless dragon. Or a demonic horde. Especially when those guns belong to a spellslinger. Koren D'uene's enemies have a death wish, for he is a ja'lel, a gun knight, and his is the job of granting wishes. His guns spoke and enemies fell. The Spellslinger Chronicles are weird westerns, Wild West-inspired fantasy adventure novels, featuring the exploits of Koren D'uene, cowboy wizard and gun knight. This collection includes: Infernal Fire is book 1 of the Spellslinger Chronicles. Guns' Ghosts is book 2 of the Spellslinger Chronicles. Spellslinger is book 3 of the Spellslinger Chronicles.

Armor

LETTERS One Shot , One Kill .... Maybe Dear Sir : | read with great interest Major Miller's and Captain Averna's article , " Direct Fire Planning , " in your November December 1993 issue . It is a subject to which we sometimes pay scant ...

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The Spycatcher

He thought how easy it would be to quickly incapacitate the man with one shot and then to kill him in a slower, more satisfying way. He held his breath. He thought about the thousands of lives that could be lost if the shot killed ...

The Spycatcher

A new breed of spy is born . . . Stunning debut from a real-life James Bond - 'Great talent, great imagination, and real been-there-done-that authenticity' Lee Child Its existence is no more than a rumour - a ghost force unbound by rules. Deniable, and devastatingly effective, MI6's Spartan Section is the West's last line of defence. And super-spy Will Cochrane is their most prized asset - and deadliest weapon. When intelligence reveals the trace of a terrorist mastermind, Cochrane is dispatched to hunt him down and prevent an attack that apparently has only one objective: Armageddon. In a world where trust is precious, betrayal cheap, and violent death the ultimate price to pay, Will Cochrane has never been outplayed by his enemies ... so far. [Published in hardback as SPARTAN]

Bowhunter s Guide to Accurate Shooting

Lon E. Lauber. Lon took this pronghorn antelope buck while hunting with Full Draw Outfitters in Colorado. Lon made a good, one-shot kill on this Pope and. memorable bowhunting accomplishments was killing a cow elk with my old Dynabow.

Bowhunter s Guide to Accurate Shooting

Tune your bow - be more accurate! Most hunters agree that bowhunting is a low-percentage affair. It's crucial that you choose the right equipment and set it up properly-whether compound bow, recurve or longbow. Then, practicing good shooting form will help you dramatically increase your odds of harvesting an animal. Chapters Include: Bows, Strings & Arrows Bow Tuning Torque Control Shooting Form Range Estimation Speed vs Accuracy Adverse Conditions Release Options

Fifty Five Years in the Alaskan Bush

Or if they're getting in the brush so you don't have a damaged hunter or a killed guide. The polar bears never died from one shot. And about the only time you'll have a one shot kill on a brown bear is if you happen to hit a vertebra ...

Fifty Five Years in the Alaskan Bush

Over a half century ago, John Swiss acquired a remote property on the far shore of Cook Inlet 100 air miles southwest of Anchorage. Polly Creek is a place of dreams. With a backdrop of snow-draped peaks, razor clam beds stretch out from the cabin's front door, salmon race through nearby seas and fresh brown bear tracks pockmark the sand at his doorstep. Moose and bear, beaver, eagles and whales are his neighbors. Over the years, he has trapped, fished, hunted, prospected, guided and flown his way into the realm of legend. John's career as a bear guide spans Alaskan bear hunting from the immediate post war period to the present time. He has guided black and brown bear hunters for all these years and polar bear hunters for 18 of the 20 years it was a popular sport. This book is told for the most part in John's own words. John's spellbinding stories unwind slowly at first, from his upstate New York childhood. He is a true pioneer of the North and just as Daniel Boone and Davy Crockett did before him, he blazed a trail into the unknown land to the west of civilization and carved a life out of the wilderness.

Pennsylvania Deer and Their Horns

Clinton County, who died in 1904, shot 9 in one day, 98 in one season, and 3 at one shot. David Bryant, of Susquehanna County, killed 3 in one shot, and 1000 in 12 years. Jonathan Sabin, of the same county, killed 3 in one shot, ...

Pennsylvania Deer and Their Horns