British Sniper’s AMAZING Marksmanship – Kills Three ISIS Terrorists Through A Concrete Wall

A British SAS sniper confirmed that he killed three ISIS terrorists – fired from a kilometer (0.6 miles) away and through a 10 inch concrete wall.

As The Daily Star reports, a staff sergeant belonging to the SAS, Britain’s special forces fighters and one of the most elite fighting forces in the world, took out the terrorists in the Iraqi city of Ramadi, which was captured by the Iraqi army last week. The ISIS terrorists were using the concrete house they were killed in as a command post, launching and coordinating suicide attacks against their enemies from there.

The marksman had to be used because there were civilians being used as human shields around the property. If an airstrike or explosive rocket was used, ISIS could use that as propaganda, saying that the West doesn’t care about innocent lives and is willing to murder innocent civilians. The SAS sniper set himself up in a building a kilometer away with a Barrett .50 caliber sniper rifle, one of the most powerful weapons in the world — often used to take out tanks. With the help of a spotter and fellow soldiers who filled magazines with armor-piercing rounds, the sniper managed to partially collapse the wall of the building and take out the terrorists.

While three terrorists doesn’t sound like much, the suicide attacks were being sent out from there, and with the coordination capability lost, the terrorists were not able to cause damage to the Iraqi military, and as last week revealed, the Iraqi military had one of their most significant victories yet, recapturing the city of Ramadi and wiping out all ISIS members inside the city.

The next city allied forces plan to take in Iraq is Mosul, which was captured by ISIS last year and has become one of their two strongholds (the other being in Raqqa, Syria).