Ukrainian SBU sniper sets new world record in precision shooting

Written by Henrik Rothen

Nov.20 - 2023 10:42 AM CET

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Ukrainian SBU sniper sets new world record in precision shooting.

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In a remarkable feat of marksmanship, a sniper from the Ukrainian Security Service (SBU) has set a new world record by eliminating a Russian soldier from an unprecedented distance. The sniper, operating with the special forces of the SBU, achieved this historic shot using a Ukrainian rifle, specifically the "Volodar Obriyu."

According to sources within the SBU, as reported by Ukrainetoday, the sniper successfully hit the target at a staggering distance of 3,800 meters, surpassing the previous world record of 3,540 meters.

This achievement not only sets a new benchmark in the field of precision shooting but also demonstrates the high level of skill and capability within the Ukrainian armed forces.

The incident was captured on video, which clearly shows the Russian soldier being hit, as well as the palpable fear among the other Russian troops nearby. This event is a significant moment in the ongoing conflict, showcasing the SBU's ability to effectively engage enemy forces at incredibly long distances.

"SBU snipers are changing the rules of world sniping, demonstrating the ability to work effectively at fantastic distances." the SBU sources added according to Ukrainetoday.

This record-breaking shot is a testament to the advanced training and equipment of the Ukrainian forces and marks a notable achievement in military sniping history.

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