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Today on the blog, Martin Pegler, author of Sniping Rifles on the Eastern Front 1939–45, has curated a list of five best sniping rifles.Continue Reading

Modern Snipers: Techniques and Technology

In Military History, Featured
Rounding off his series on snipers, Leigh Neville, author of Modern Snipers, looks at how sniping techniques and technology have changed over the years...Continue Reading

Modern Snipers: The Most Impressive Shots

In Military History, Featured
In the second of his series on modern sniping for the Osprey blog, Leigh Neville, author of the forthcoming Modern Snipers, details some of the more impressive shots made by snipers during the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan...Continue Reading

Top 5 Modern Sniper Rifles

In Military History, Featured
We asked Leigh Neville, author of the forthcoming Modern Snipers and well known to Osprey readers for his books on modern warfare, to select his top five modern sniper rifles as the first of a series on modern sniping for the Osprey blog...Continue Reading

Interview with Leigh Neville

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Leigh Neville, one of Osprey's leading authors focusing on modern warfare, takes some time out of his busy schedule to answer a few questions on his area of expertise...Continue Reading

Simo Häyhä - The White Death

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Today marks the 110th anniversary of the birth of Simo Häyhä, one of the most prolific snipers of all time. Over the course of the Winter War he reached a tally of 542 confirmed kills, many of which were achieved whilst looking down the iron sights of a Mosin Nagant.Continue Reading

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