ONE SHOT, ONE KILL: A History of the Sniper
Previously published as The Hunting of Man. In an engrossing history, Dougan traces the development of the sniper's role from the English Civil War to the modern day. A role that, despite tactical innovation and technological advance, has always aspired to the same lethal efficiency: one shot, one kill.
Publisher: William Collins
Item #: 4867661
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