What a Sniper Can Teach You About Hunting

Snipers are taught to avoid becoming targets by reducing the presence of indicators that help hostile forces detect them. The main things that will get you noticed in any environment are unnatural movements, sounds, smells and poor camouflage. A former Special Forces soldier reveals how his military training and the philosophies surrounding it can benefit hunters.

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1 Response to What a Sniper Can Teach You About Hunting

Leslie wrote:
June 18, 2011

I actually watched a sniper training show on the military channel. Looks like hell! Barely a movement at each and every inch! They were given a set time to complete there objective too. Not many made it to the end.