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Canadian Soldier Kills Target from over 2 Miles Away

Re: Canadian Soldier Kills Target from over 2 Miles Away

Postby the truth » Jun 26th, 2017, 7:51 am

:topic: :topic: try staying on topic if you can please ,this is about a target kill over two miles
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Re: Canadian Soldier Kills Target from over 2 Miles Away

Postby dogspoiler » Jun 27th, 2017, 7:12 am

Good Shot.
Nuff said.
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Re: Canadian Soldier Kills Target from over 2 Miles Away

Postby bob vernon » Jun 27th, 2017, 10:23 am

There are both positives and negatives to this story.

It's totally cool that you can hit a target from that far away. It's just unfortunate that it was another human being. But being Canadian, I'm sure that after the high-fiving stopped, the shooter shouted in the direction of the dead guy "SORRY!".

As a Canadian, we hear all the time about Americans bombing and killing all around the world. This proves we're just as good as they are, and isn't that what all Canadians strive for. If this story is reported on US television and they actually give a Canadian credit for the kill, we can all take pride in that. If it was a white guy that got killed, it wouldn't be a good thing, but this was some kinda Muslim guy, I think.

We aren't supposed to be in a combat role over there, but Justin just okayed it, saying that sniping some guy from 2 miles away isn't really combat. Thanks for that.
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Re: Canadian Soldier Kills Target from over 2 Miles Away

Postby f/22 » Jun 28th, 2017, 3:17 pm



I hope the team gets a medal.

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