Sunday, August 9, 2009

Getting a lead sleeping tablet from a mile away

Good work!

From Tim Blair:

Meanwhile, Scots sniper Corporal Christopher Reynolds discusses a successful one-mile shot on another Taliban leader:
“He dropped straight away into the arms of a fighter behind him. The guy just panicked and dropped the leader and ran away.

He had been given a lead sleeping tablet. I was quite proud of that shot – it is the longest recorded kill in Afghanistan. I am going to use that fact as a chat-up line in the pub when I get back home.”

It’s been a great week for the good guys.

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