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Big Sky, March 2019
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The Sniper Encyclopedia An A-Z Guide to World Sniping

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The Sniper Encyclopaedia is an indispensable topic-by-topic guide to a fascinating subject. This beautifully illustrated, comprehensive volume covers virtually any aspect of sniping. The work contains personal details of hundreds of snipers, including not only the

best-known, world-renowned marksmen such as Vasiliy Zaytsev and Chris Kyle, but also many crack shots whom history generally overlooks. Among them are some of more than a thousand Red Army snipers, men and a surprising number of women, who amassed

dozens and even hundreds of kills in the ferocious fighting of World War II's Eastern Front. Some of the best-known victims of snipers are identified, and the veracity of some of the most popular myths is explored. The book pays special attention to the history and development of the many specialist sniper rifles - some more successful than others - that have served the world's armies since the American wars of the nineteenth century to today's technology-based conflicts. Attention,

too, is paid to the progress made with ammunition, without which, of course, precision shooting would be impossible. The development of aids and accessories, from optical sights to laser rangefinders, is also considered.

Finally, The Sniper Encyclopaedia examines places and specific campaigns - describing the ways marksman have influenced the course of the individual battles and the locations which have played a crucial part in the history of sniping.

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