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worst job in the world

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by scrat, Jan 24, 2008.

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  1. scrat

    scrat Member

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    ya some how you would think that pics like this should be non existant.

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  2. catfish101

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    Which target gets you the bonus points?
     
  3. Cmdr. Gravez0r

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    Is that pic actualy what it looks like? Or was it just somebody clever with a camera?
     
  4. Claude Clay

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    as in make sure of your backstop & whats below.....i mean behind it.:uhoh:

    i dont think camera clever. perhaps a new approach to population control? or life there is cheaper than mechanicals at the range.
     
  5. walking arsenal

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    What about the backstop?

    Ya Beat me to it claude.
     
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    That may be his job, but that is not where he does it. I have been to the pits both here and abroad.
     
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    That sort of reminds me of soem of the cross training I'd done years ago with some other foriegn services. I can't recall whic ones but I think it may have been the Dutch. They were showing us some of their rifel and pistol drills and placed targets at teh 25, 50 and 75 yd ranges. The guys each carried the tagets out the the designated area and then stood next to the target. The line went hot and the shooters did their thing. After each shot or series, the guy standing next to the target would point to the spot that was hit. Calm, cool and collective and never even saw them flinch. THat was ultimate trust in your mate to watch and protect you.
     
  8. scrat

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    pic is for real. there was an article on it a few years ago on another forum. i just happened to come across this one. north korea i believe. in another pic they show the same guy except at a longer distance and they show an officer shooting at the target. Amazing. just totally amazing
     
  9. Justin

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    This is really, really old.
     
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