Have you ever wondered how to set up your gear as a sniper? Check out the video below! Continue reading
Month: May 2023
How do you feel when you hold a knife from TOPS KNIVES? When you hold a knife from TOPS Knives there really is a different feeling. Check out this months knife, “Eagle Shadow.” Continue reading
Combat Axe for a deployment
Where do you stand with the Axe! Well, I took one on deployment and if you want to hear how it went, Read below! Continue reading
Delta Force Plank Owner SGM Mike Vining
Sgt. 1st Class Mike Vining joined the 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment (Delta) at Fort Bragg in 1978. His first commander was Col. Charlie Beckwith, who started putting together Delta Force the previous year.
Finding the Sniper – Counter Sniper
When one sniper encounters another, skills are put to the test. Here are few useful techniques for determining an adversary’s location. Continue reading
What Army Snipers Go Through At Sniper School Boot Camp
Enjoy hearing about the 7 week course!
First Mission With Delta Force
Dale retired from the U.S. Army in August of 2001, after serving 5 years in the 3rd Special Forces Group (Green Beret) as the Senior NCO on an A-Team; 10 years with the 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment – Delta (The Delta Force) as an assault Team Leader and Explosives Expert; he served 4 years with the 82nd Airborne Division as an Airborne Infantryman in a Long Range Reconnaissance Platoon; and he served 9 years as a Security Advisor in Afghanistan and Iraq in support of the Global War on Terror (GWOT).
7 things all troops need to know before becoming a sniper
Have you heard about the 0180? ZT Knives Part 1
One thing about ZT Knives,is that they do not mess around with knives. Check out their model 0180! You will not be disappointed.
Zero Tolerance is an American arm of the Kai-USA Ltd corporation of Continue reading
One of history’s longest sniper kills happened during the Civil War
Fort Sumter, South Carolina was famous for having suffered the first shots of the Civil War in April 1861. Over three years later, the two sides were still fighting over it. Confederate troops held the badly damaged fort while Union soldiers fired on it with artillery from batteries on nearby islands. Continue reading