Today’s feel good story.

Canadian special forces sniper kills an ISIS fighter from TWO MILES away in the longest confirmed kill shot in history

  • Bullet was fired from a McMillan TAC-50 rifle set up on a high-rise tower in Iraq
  • The sniper disrupted an ISIS fighter who was attacking a group of Iraqi soldiers 
  • Smashes record set by British soldier Craig Harrison, who hit target at 1.54 miles

The bullet was fired from a McMillan TAC-50 rifle set on a high-rise tower and took 10 seconds to travel the 2.14 miles towards the fighter, who was attacking Iraqi soldiers.

This smashed the last record set by a Briton Craig Harrison, who killed a Taliban soldier with a 338 Lapua Magnum rifle at a range of 8,120 feet(1.54 miles) in 2009.

A Canadian sniper has broken the world record for the longest kill shot. Pictured: A Canadian sniper team in southern Kandahar, Iraq (file photo)

A Canadian sniper has broken the world record for the longest kill shot. Pictured: A Canadian sniper team in southern Kandahar, Iraq (file photo)

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Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4628224/Canadian-sniper-kills-ISIS-fighter-TWO-MILES-away.html#ixzz4kkONkFSQ

 

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