Ukrainian sniper ‘breaks world record after killing Russian solider nearly 2.5 miles away’

A Ukrainian sniper claims to have damaged the world record by killing a Russian soldier virtually 2.5 miles away, with a customized rifle referred to as ‘Lord of the Horizon’.

The earlier record was held by a Canadian particular operations sniper at a distance of two.2 miles in Iraq in 2017.

In a press assertion, the Safety Service of Ukraine (SBU) stated: “The SBU sniper set a world record for a profitable shot.

“He hit a Russian soldier from an unbelievable distance.

“SBU snipers are altering the foundations of world sniping, demonstrating the power to work successfully at incredible distances.”

Video footage apparently capturing the shot was shared on numerous Ukrainian media shops, which seems to indicate the goal falling a number of seconds after the sniper fires his weapon.

The weapon used was developed and made by MAYAK and is claimed to fireside bullets that journey quicker than the velocity of sound for nearly 10,000ft if used with the proper ammunition.

The world record was as soon as held by British sniper Craig Harrison, after he killed  Taliban fighter in Afghanistan in 2009 from a distance of 1.54 miles.

A separate record is held by one other British sniper who killed six Taliban fighters with one shot after it triggered the suicide vest one in all them was carrying.

The world-record comes only a yr after Ukraine virtually broke the record when one in all its snipers shot a Russian soldier from 1.7miles away, thought the be the world’s second-longest fight kill.

Over the weekend, Ukrainian troopers have been utilizing high-speed jet skis to conduct assaults, with the nation saying they are going to proceed to make use of them as weapons to fight Putin’s troops in occupied Crimea.

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