snipers have special guns equipped with scopes and accurate aiming equipment, a sharpshooter can aim a gun accurately by dexterity, experience, and good eyesight without all the accuracy equipment
A marksman, sharpshooter, rifleman, sniper.
There are two possibilities Scharfschuetze (sharpshooter,marksman, sniper) or Heckenschuetze which is probably more what you want.
There is no difference.
the marines are the best snipers hand down
Cutoff age is 42 for the Army. Even as a trained sniper/sharpshooter, you have to consider that what you were trained for (I'm assuming law enforcement) is significantly different or more oriented on one aspect of it than military sniper training is.
Some law enforcement agencies have used the .270 as a sharpshooter's weapon, but it was never military issue.
The handle makes no difference.
A sniper is an individual who is highly skilled in shooting and marksmanship, specializing in long-range precision shooting. A sniper rifle, on the other hand, is the firearm or weapon that a sniper uses. It is specifically designed to be accurate and effective at long distances, often equipped with a telescopic sight and other features to enhance accuracy and stealth.
Some police use a 700, while some sniper teams in a war use a barret 50 cal or an m1. Some hitmen use 308s
The duration of Sharpshooter - film - is 1.48 hours.
Sharpshooter - film - was created on 2007-10-11.