Canadian sniper smashes longest shot record killed ISIS militant 3km. Even though you are three and a half miles away from the gunpoint, you are still not safe. You can be targeted even from the distance. The thing is that of a specialty of Canada’s special force. The work of sunships is to work far and away from the real target. This sun liner has made a world record by accurately targeting a distance of three and a half kilometers.Before talking about the record, no one has even taken a shot of more than two and a half kilometers. This sun rider of Canada’s Joint Task Force 2 posted in Iraq killed an Islamic State activist last month.For this, he used the Macmillan TAC-50 rifle. The shooting takes 10 seconds to target by distance of 3450 meters. The Islamic State’s fighter was traced through video cameras and other data. The Globe and Mail website has said it is a remarkable achievement. This is a world record that might not be equaled.Let’s say that before this, the world record for the highest distance target was the name of British sniper Craig Harrison. He killed a Taliban militant from a distance of 2,475 meters in 2009. Craig used the 338 Lapua Magnum Rifle. Before that, Rober Farlak of Canada had been targeting 2430 meters in 2002. He then killed an Afghani militant in Operation Anaconda.Joint Task Force 2 has been formed primarily to counter anti-terrorism, sniper operations and prisoners. Most of the information in this force is classified. The government does not speak too much on this. SunPoint and his partner or location have not been exposed to the security point of view.
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