THE MOST AUTHORITATIVE AND COMPREHENSIVE LONG-RANGE COMBAT SHOOTING BOOK IN THE WORLD (FM 3-22.10 / FM 23-10 / TC 3-22.10)
Largest format available anywhere - giant 8.5" x 11" - LARGE, CLEAR PRINT
450+ PAGES - COMPLETE & UNABRIDGED
The indispensable manual for service personnel, civilian contractors, law enforcement, competition shooters, hunters, preppers, and more.
Created and trusted by U.S. military forces.
Profusely illustrated throughout.
Essential reference for the bookshelf or range bag of any long-range marksman, particularly the M24, M107 or M110 Sniper Systems operator and instructor.
Important: unlike most other editions on Amazon, this is NOT the basic, outdated FM 23-10: this is the completely-overhauled 450+ page edition (FM 3-22.10).
"Batteries last hours, books last decades. Get the print edition!"
Since 1987 the US Army Sniper School at Fort Benning, Georgia, has trained Active Duty, Reserves and National Guard soldiers to become long-range marksmen par excellence, capable of eliminating high-value targets, gathering intelligence, and protecting their comrades with a mixture of stealth, patience, situational awareness, cunning, and mastery of the long-range rifle.
This book contains the distilled wisdom of the Sniper School's instructors and expert marksmen, giving you over 450 pages of unique insight into the long range combat shooter's art.
This edition supersedes the old, obsolete FM 23-10
“Nothing chills the blood of a Soldier on the battlefield more than the crack of a rifle shot and the cry of “SNIPER!” A skilled sniper can stop even the largest units in their tracks with a few well-aimed shots that take out key personnel such as scouts or officers, seriously damaging the enemy’s morale.”
- Michael E. Haskew, The Sniper at War: From the American Revolutionary War to the Present Day
“Certainly there is no hunting like the hunting of an armed man, and those who have hunted armed men long enough and liked it never care for anything else thereafter.”
- Ernest Hemingway, "On the Blue Water," Esquire, April 1936