The 10th Annual International Sniper Competition

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The 2010 International Sniper Competition is scheduled for October 11-15, 2010. This event will again bring teams from all over the world to Fort Benning to compete in 10 to 15 sniper related events.

The focus of the pocket option demo competition is to bring teams together to share battlefield lessons learned, provide training initiatives and ideas and to compete tactically and technically. The event is limited to 35 teams (70 snipers) not including unit coaches, commanders and spectators.


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Marine team takes gold at sniper competition
A Marine team from Scout Sniper School (West) at Camp Pendleton , Calif., won the ninth annual U.S Army International Sniper Competition at Fort Benning, Ga., officials announced Friday.

The event took place Oct. 14-22.

In 2009, the teams were divided into two classes. The service class featured teams firing 7.62mm NATO or smaller rounds as a primary or secondary weapon system, and the open class was made up of teams firing rounds in a caliber larger than 7.62mm NATO.

The Marines won the service class and were the overall winners. The team from A Company, 2nd Battalion, 46th Infantry Regiment, 194th Armor Brigade, from Fort Knox, Ky., won the open class.

Competitors were tested in a wide range of skills including field firing, advanced pocket option copy trading marksmanship and nontraditional firing positions.