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ISIS scumbag and three of his mates got their beans from a British sniper at 1500m

The SAS marksman fired a single round from his Barrett .50 calibre sniper rifle at the terrorist, who was about to use a flame thrower to kill 12, from 1,500m

The SAS marksman fired a single round from his Barrett .50 calibre sniper rifle at the terrorist, who was about to use a flame thrower to kill 12, from 1,500m

An ISIS scumbag and three of his mates got their beans from a British sniper at 1500m.

A British sniper took out a feared ISIS executioner as he prepared to murder several hostages by shooting a fuel tank on his back and incinerating him.

The SAS marksman fired a single round from his Barrett .50 calibre sniper rifle at the terrorist, who was about to use a flame thrower to kill 12, from 1,500m. Read more »

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1000m, three dead wogs, the SAS and a 50cal sniper rifle

Pretty impressive shooting from an SAS sniper and his .50cal sniper rifle:

An expert SAS sniper took out three ISIS bombers by shooting through a 10inch wall, from a kilometre away with the world’s most powerful rifle.

The marksman, considered one of the best in the special forces, fired 30 armour-piercing rounds from his Barrett Light .50 calibre rifle into a two-storey command post in the city of Ramadi in Iraq.

The daring and skillfully executed mission which was called a ‘classic SAS operation’ saved the lives of around 20 people according to military sources.

Holding the rank of staff-sergeant, the sniper was part of an elite team of military advisers embedded in the Iraqi army.

After discovering that the bombers were in the building, a number of offensive options were considered including an air strike and a rocket launch.

However, both were deemed too dangerous to civilians as a number of innocent people were being used as human shields around the property.

A source told the Daily Star Sunday: ‘The SAS always like to think out of the box. ?? Read more »

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It’s Saturday, let’s blow some things up

Expensive way to open a bottle of Cristal

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Wednesday Weapons – Barrett MRAD

Introducing the Barrett MRAD.

The MRAD rifle’s user-changeable barrel system is just one example of this hardworking gun’s modularity. The precision-grade barrel can be removed by simply unscrewing two bolts using a standard Torx wrench. This unique design paves the way for future caliber interchangeability and serviceability. Maintenance and logistical burdens are reduced by allowing barrel replacement at the user level.

The MRAD also boasts Barrett’s new trigger module, which is easily accessed for maintenance, adjustment and replacement. This match-grade trigger is drop-fire-proof and combat-ready. Both the ambidextrous thumb-operated safety and magazine release can be used intuitively while retaining a firing grip and cheek weld.

Integrated into the MRAD rifle’s 7000 series aluminum upper receiver is an M1913 rail with 30 MOA taper. At 21.75 inches, the rail offers plenty of space for mounting additional optical accessories. The configurable side and bottom rails can also hold a number of accessories and are easily repositioned.

The stock is where the MRAD rifle’s adaptability truly shines. It’s foldable for enhanced portability yet locks in as solid as a fixed-stock rifle, creating a riding platform for consistent firing. When folded, the stock latches around the bolt for added security during transport. Because the stock folds to the bolt handle side of the action, the rifle is the same width overall, folded or extended.

Made of a temperature-resistant polymer, the adjustable cheek piece also offers a consistent rifle-to-user contact point and can be adjusted from either side. The rifle’s length of pull can be set to five different positions with the push of a single button.

From its quick-detach sling mounts to the Barrett Multi-Role Brown color of the rifle that blends into any environment?every detail of the MRAD has been carefully designed to create one thing: a high-performance rifle you can truly make your own.

MRAD will become available Mid-Year 2011

Wednesday Weapons – .50cal vs. iPhone 4 and iPad

Rifle: Barrett M82A1
Round: .50 BMG 647gr M33 ball cartridge

Apparently Apple Care doesn’t cover .50cal bullet-holes.

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Looks like Labour has broken the law again

Watchdog investigates Labour’s pamphletThe Electoral Commission may have to consider whether taxpayer funding for Labour’s Budget promotional brochure is a “donation” to the party under the Electoral Finance Act.
If it is, the commission will also have to determine…
[NZ Politics]

The pamphlet fiasco is growing for Labour. Firstly they raided the public kitty to pay for it, then they couldn’t even scare up a happy kiwi family for the photo and then it is found that Labor in Australia used the same image and now it looks like Labour have again breached their own law for failing to declare within 10 days the “donation” from Parliamentary Services of the costs of the pamphlet.

I think it is time these pricks were prosecuted.

It also again shows how inept these fools are when it comes to passing laws. They ignored the vast majority of submissions, they ignored the Human Rights Commission, they ignored the calls from the “ramshackle PR fiasco” that is the Free Speech Coalition. Everything we said would happen under this law has happened, the irony of it all though is it is Labour who have breached the law in almost every instance.

The only ramshackle PR fiasco to do with the Electoral Finance Act is Labour.

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