08-12-2008, 09:17 PM
Also, a lot of the Iraqi "snipers" were just regular troops firing AKs from hide positions. What we consider a sniper, an elite rifleman with specific training and specialized weapons, were few and far between in the Iraqi Army under Saddam. I've seen a few SVDs in theater, but they weren't that common.--Odysseus
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