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Thanks for the effort of sharing. Very useful videos.


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Snipers in Swat operation

ARTICLE FROM: Hilal - Pakistan Armed Forces Magazine


They were being thrashed after the conduct of sniper exercise for not collecting brass after a shot was fired, “If you’re hiding and a two-inch piece of shiny brass goes flying through the air and settles near you, the shining piece of metal would have compromised your position” yelled the sniper instructor. Next day they made their way towards the helicopter, climbed aboard and the vibration sent a shiver down their spine as the big metal bird rose into the sky towards their drop-off point. After about forty minutes, they approached the landing zone, the helicopter came to a low hover and they jumped out, instantly taking up a fire position as if it was a second nature. As the drone of the chopper faded away, they were suddenly overcome by a feeling of eerie, yet tranquil. They landed at Peochar; an incredibly beautiful and remote piece of Swat at first light on 12” May 2009. Over all it was the third day of landing. The troops were being engaged by the accurate sniper fire from the top of the ridge for last three days, it was time to call in the snipers; the commander of the troops thought after 3 days of continuous engagements by insurgents’ snipers.
After receipt of mission brief they moved to their positions. The sun was setting behind the mountains, resultantly blanketing the valley in murky gray. Over the tree tops. below and to the east, they could see Peochar village. A spot in the thick of trees midway across the landing zone seemed to be an ideal deployment spot. As night fell they checked their rifles/equipment and made their way towards the chosen spot. The dawn was breaking through the mountain tops. A glimmer catches spotter’s eye the rays of sun bounced from his watch as he raised his hand from behind the bush, unaware that his fate was sealed and he had but just a few moments.
The spotter let his hand call for the shooter’s attention. The shooter, felt the signal, often described as a warm, gentle pressure on the side of the arm or leg and looked to his side at the field sketch. Spotter pointed at the area visible some 1300 meters away, formed a mock pistol with his right index finger and thumb, and made a downward motion with his thumb mimicking a hammer falling and firing a pistol. It was the hand signal that said, ‘it’s an engagement time”.

As light rays approached, the sun pierced through the sky and left a crimson, bloody smear on the horizon. The shooter settled more comfortably into his prone shooting position, pushed the barrel forward and placed his eye behind the day telescope. Pulling the highly accurate weapon firmly into his right shoulder, he gently swung the scope to cover a spot where the spotter had indicated. The mirage appeared as transparent, ephemeral lines that danced and flowed in the scope. The lines told the shooter about wind, humidity and other factors. A muted hiss by the spotter, who was scanning the area through a set of high magnification spotting scope mounted on a small tripod, alerted the shooter that the target was in his cross hair. With little difficulty the shooter was also on him. The scope, gave the shooter a crisp sight picture. The extended hood on the end of the scope and the angle of the sun precluded any reflection from the lens to be transmitted to the target zone. As an added precaution, the team leader observing all that happening adjusted the sniper’s veil over his head and draped it over the scope. He again checked the ground in front of his weapon’s muzzle and poured more water from his camel-back(a bag that holds 3 litres of drinking water) onto the ground to minimize any (debris which might arise and give away their position from the muzzle blast.

The scopes had been precisely adjusted previously for zero during their wait. The shooter took in a full complement of air and slowly exhaled under pressure between his teeth. His brain needed a maximum oxygen supply to produce a perfect shot. As he gazed through the rifle’s scope and began to apply the mere 1.5 pounds of pressure to the weapon’s trigger, he hesitated. The adrenal rush, the sniper’s drug of addiction was working against him. His metabolic rate was too high to produce the absolute stability needed for the shot. He watched his pulse bounce the cross hair and he calmed himself down. His finger gently applied the required pressure on the trigger. The rifle spat forth. The supersonic crack made by the bullet as it passed through the air was heard before the sound of the rifle being fired.
The spotter gave thumbs up. “Landing Zones are safe now”. “The one quality that paid off eventually, surprisingly enough, was patience. There’s always a tendency to shoot too soon and to move too soon as well”.

Please go to page 26. There are other interesting articles too (refer to table of contents).

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Very nice article on Pakistan Army snipers and nice video of long range shooting. very interesting.


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The Shroud of Leonardo da Vinci

Brilliant scientist, one of the most talented artists of all time Leonardo da Vinci is an example of the superman, which was available all the knowledge of people on Earth, with the same success he sculpted sculpture, playing a musical instrument, singing and composing sonnets in physical exercise was not equal to his contemporaries , 100 years before Newton and Huygens, he predicted the wave nature of light, regardless of the Galileo knew infinity of the universe and the Earth's place in the solar system.
But he was not alien to and desire for a small rally. And the most spectacular of these was the Shroud of Turin. On the motives of its creation there are several versions, but it seems most probable order of the Duke of Savoy, who wanted to become famous "discovery" of the relics. Radiocarbon analysis refers to the linen, the lifetime of Leonardo da Vinci, but a question of analysis is not answered: in what way and when the banner will be displayed.
And in this way was a picture of, say, in his book "Turin Shroud: Whose image?" Piknett and Clive. Shroud of Turin, according to Dr. Karl Shukere, a world expert on anomalous phenomena, is a linen cloth measuring 4.3 meters by 1.09, on which we can consider two print, front and rear, body stretched out at full length. For centuries many people believed that it's the same cloth (or a shroud), which was wrapped in a shot with the cross of Jesus, and that the fingerprint on the canvas - it is nothing like the image of Christ. But carbon analysis ruthlessly carried her to the end of the fifteenth - early sixteenth century. Hence, the Shroud of Turin has never covered the body of Christ, and was made in the Middle Ages. That is why reliable information about it there until the XIII century. Look at the situation.
Leonardo was born in 1452 and died in 1519-m. He was an artist who wrote a treatise on perspective and lighting in the painting, an engineer, building bridges and locks, a sculptor, a physician who created a branch of medicine as anatomy.
In addition, he was philosophical treatise in which he raised the issue of plurality of worlds and the ultimate goal of intelligence in the universe. The album of drawings and sketches by Leonardo da Vinci painted the helicopter, a steam cannon kolestsovy lock, initiating the short arms of one hand, it has a gun. Among the other weapons you can see the ideas of Leonardo and the tank on tracks, and something very similar to a gas laser.
For your own convenience in drawing, he created a camera obscura, and to improve image quality constructed two-lens achromatic lens. His experiments on obtaining a photographic image ahead of the Zahir in 400 years. At some early sketches of Leonardo can see traces of the use of photographic equipment.
In his early treatises on painting so important to artists of the period theme, as the prospect has received relatively little attention. But for all the artist's works with the prospect of all right, moreover, can be seen blurring the background. This suggests the use of the lens with a large aperture ratio, because all small plans may be equally harsh. But a single lens suffers from aberrations. And in his sketches contains drawings doublet lens inserted in the camera obscura. Blur any parts of the image on the picture could only emerge after the establishment of the lens, because the human eye is reconstructed by examining different subjects and see a blur of different plans, good eye is almost impossible. True then Leonardo himself and wrote a treatise on perspective, so that young artists learned the mind that, for the Leonardo da Vinci was a past stage. Or maybe he thought he invented the technical side of photo process too difficult and dangerous for ordinary artists, not owning a sufficient chemistry, glass processing, computational optics, and other sciences are needed to create the photographic process and equipment.

In the years of his life there were persistent rumors about the existence of a genuine shroud with an image of Christ. However, the church strongly refuted these rumors, claiming that it was a fake. According to legend, distributed by Duke as a year of birth of Leonardo Duke of Savoy, was deposited with the shroud.
The very first documented mention of the Shroud of Turin refers to 1353, when she appeared in France, the Count de Charny Zhefri. In 1453, Gad granddaughter of Count Louis gave it to the Duke of Savoy. In 1532 the church, which kept the shroud of the Savoy dynasty, a fire broke out. By some miracle, the shroud has remained intact. In 1576 it presented a gift to the cathedral of Turin, and now it is stored here at the altar of the XVII century. 59 years after the death of Leonardo, the shroud came to the Cathedral of San Giovanni in Turin. Hence its name - Turin.
And carbon dating analysis by less pyatii years ago on a more sophisticated apparatus shows that the age of the Shroud correspond to the time of its appearance in Turin. This is the XV century, when Leonardo lived and worked. Besides the effect of negativity, Shroud of Turin sovladeet with many paintings by Leonardo his wax and gold color, resembling the reflection of candles. Now let's see how to create a shroud.
It is woven from flax simple method that was used in Palestine at the time of Christ. Only Leonardo with his encyclopedic certainty could take care of details such as material and technology of its manufacture. Eyelids images Shroud cover Roman coins, on which the title of emperor Tiberius, minted wrong and it's a genuine piece. These coins are a great rarity, but in times of Leonardo they can be found at coin collectors, or in a private collection, for example, they are in the Turin Museum, where they came from the collection of the Duke of Savoy. On the back of Jesus traces of flagellation. These were special Roman whips with lead balls on the end of the lashes.
And one more detail, outstanding Leonardo. Prints of the nails are not in your hands and wrists. Why? Anatomical experiments carried out already in the XX century showed that the body could not hang on nails driven into his hands, followed by rupture of tendons and the body fell. Meanwhile, the nails driven into the wrist, well kept body. Clearly, Leonardo had experience with the body in the city morgue, and established this fact. This is not surprising, because the artist spent whole nights in the basement of the anatomical theater where secretly plotted and made his anatomical atlas. To portray the dead Christ with such certainty could only Leonardo, neither artist has not had such knowledge of anatomy and such skill in the transfer of delicate shades of life and death. Leonardo's experiments with the bodies of those executed are known. He apparently was doing them for a shroud. There is one piece. In print there are almost no traces of paint, but there are traces of bilirubin, a substance from the blood. Leonardo probably made a mark on the tissue from the body of the deceased or a person who was executed, and only then work on it the brush and "paint", comprised of ichor and blood. Genius of all ages, Leonardo could not foresee the emergence of instrumental methods of analysis, and inflicted on footprints road dust, as if executed walked barefoot along the dusty road.
Art historians have long noted that whoever is portrayed by Leonardo, he unwittingly, and sometimes deliberately gave an image similar to themselves. And I must say that the similarity in the face of the Shroud of Turin with the face of Leonardo catches the eye. Eyebrows, nose, lips, hair, mustache and beard - all exactly like the famous self-portrait of Leonardo with a small correction for age.
According to another version, the interest to the optics of Leonardo and his membership in a secret sect "Zion community" prompted him to create the Shroud of Turin, that through this relic, "to mock the Christian faith in the resurrection of Christ." And he realized his venture, using a cloth and body, which scrupulously paid all available in the wound of Christ. When you work on the Shroud, he used the whole arsenal of tools available with which one could at that time to get a good photographic print (that and proved Piknett and Prince, erecting its own, quite a decent shroud). But to get a positive image, he could not or would not, and only in the 1980 study showed that prints three dimensional coaxial. In other words, the shroud really wrapped rights. Therefore not surprising that the image affected only the most superficial layers of matter, and not passed through the fabric (what would happen to paint the picture). It is clear that most clearly marks are visible on the negative images of the Shroud, which is positive relative to the body, which served as a model for the Wizards.
Leonardo left the option open ever his mystification, for what it is sealed to the crucified body of your own face. Faces of the martyr and the artist are extremely similar, which is constantly explain the researchers note the discrepancy of the head body. Carefully examining the Shroud, Dr. Schumer wrote: "Although on closer examination on curiosities actually guessed the two images, they are vague, and therefore, apparently not interested in science is closely this relic until the early XX century. That's when Secondo Pia took the first pictures of the shroud - and shocked the world. The negatives were seen not vague outlines and detailed portrait of a man martyred on the cross. It is clearly visible traces of the nails on his bleeding wrists and feet, the scars left on their backs with whips, which were in vogue at the time of the Roman soldiers Jesus. We can see bloody scratches on the crown of thorns and the wound in his side inflicted piercing weapons. an image, a striking resemblance to the historical icon. " The martyr was a tall, bearded man of about 30-40. For many researchers, scientists and experts after the manifestation of the negatives all the issues have ceased to exist: it is really an image of Jesus. But as it fell from the Holy Land to Europe? Maybe it really is a brilliant picture? Created so well that they were deceived, even researchers - criminologists of our time, equipped with the most modern equipment.
Create such a masterpiece as the Shroud of Turin, could either Leonardo himself, or a genius equal to his knowledge in the art. But da Vinci's genius, the equal of all the arts and sciences, either before or after it on the Earth were born with.

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Dear brothers,

I was witness to a very tragic incident in my neighbourhood this afternoon. A guy, around 27 - 28 years of age, had a small scuffle with his father and elder brother outside his home. In retaliation, he punched his father and ran upto the top floor, pulls out a .30 TT opens fire on his father and his brother from the balcony. Luckily they both escape unhurt, ducking behind a car. Their immediate neighbours called the police, when they heard gunshots, upon the arrival of the police the guy opened fire on the police as well. Later on he was subdued and arrested.

I know the boy's father very well, so when i had a talk with him, he said, "buss jee bucha hai.naa farmaan hai, theek hojaega". But that sprout a question in my mind, was this an unfortunate incident, where everyone involoved was at the wrong place at the wrong time or was this a lack of proper upbringing? Or has our morality as a nation dropped so low, that we have to be worried about keeping weapons the house, when our kids are old enough, that they might one day use them on us?

This issue is not entirely gun related, but then to an extent it is. So members please do give me your feedback. I hope the mods wouldnt delete this.

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NO I agree somehow our morals has dropped very low indeed!!

this has also to do with the type of upbringing and socio-economic conditions as well!!

Another worrisome addition is the blatant use of drugs especially in our youngsters and the related side effects!! :confusion-questionmarks:


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I would say Poor Upbringing and Over Possessiveness!

Just to quote his father defending the Idiotic Son by saying "buss jee bucha hai.naa farmaan hai, theek hojaega"!!! :shock:

Uncle jee, issi tarha chalta raha to yeh kabhi bhi theek nahi ho ga, lekin aik din aap ke liye sharmindagi or ruswai ka bais zaroor bane ga!! :?

Sorry about the Roman, but it was the best way to communicate my feelings.

I know because I've seen someone close to my family displaying the same idiotic behaviour and being protected by his mother the same way!

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It is also said
" Aulaad ko Sonay kay Chamach mai khana khilao, Par daikho Shair ki Nigah say"
Loosely translated
Feed your children with a golden spoon but keep a hawks eye on them.

Even though My parents and elders of the family are really understanding and open to communication but all us cousins would piss our pants if an elder gets angry at us.
Most of them have children of thier own.

So if the uncle had been balanced about his approach to the son things like this would have not happened..

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I am regularly horrified at how disrespectful children are permitted to be toward their parents where I live. Fortunately I was raised in a well disciplined AND loving home and try my best to do the same for mine and trust God to fill in where I lack

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guys the forum language is ENGLISH no more roman!


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The poor man, i guess cudnt take in the shame or sorrow of being shot at by his own son. He passed away due to a heart attack today. May Allah rest his soul. Those of you who read this, do say a fateha for him, he indeed was a nice person.

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May Allah rest his soul in peace. Very tragic indeed.


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Very tragic indeed............ what can one say. :(

Wouldn't like to blame the man after his death but there seems to be a serious void in the upbringing of this guy, somewhere..........

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May Allah rest his soul in peace. Very tragic indeed.

I think these type of conditions where we are lacking tolerance level is just because of poor economical conditions and drug usage, which is getting common in our socity day by day. secondly, very important and main point is "JOBS" when a student completes his/her studies, his parents wants him to get a good job but as the econmomical conditions are going these days good jobs are very difficult to get. in this conditions mostly students or youngsters feel depressed, most of them use to get their hands-up, after sometime, again the tolerance level, they are not capable enough to face presures and difficulties. on the other side parents have some expectations from them and with the passage of time if one is not getting a good job a kind of social presure is also disturb the youngonce also.

one more thing which is playing very important role in this regard is our media specially indian dramas and films, and dreams of getting overnight rich is becoming more and more, lavish lifestyle, cool car, nice big home and handsome bankbalance type things are coming more in our youngsters. they are trying to get shortcuts and this is the only thing which is making our socity less tolerant and selfish also.

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