Loadout: The Gear in One U.S. Navy SEAL Sniper Kit

Loadout: The Gear in One U.S. Navy SEAL Sniper Kit

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SniperLoadout1Besides the obvious, items such as these can ease frustration during a deployment.

• Toilet paper

• Electrical tape

• CalculatorSniperLoadoutGhillie

• Compass

• Wire cutters

• Zip ties

• Nylon webbing (1-in. and 1/2-in.)

• 550 cord

• Wall screws and hooks

• Lube kit for rifle/cleaning rod

• Binos, something besides a scope

• Leica 1200 rangefinder

The author can occassionally be found training law enforcement and military snipers through International Tactical Training Seminars (ITTS) near Los Angeles, California. For more information on this firearms school and the upcoming course schedule, visit internationaltactical.com.

The author can occassionally be found training law enforcement and military snipers through International Tactical Training Seminars (ITTS) near Los Angeles, California. For more information on this firearms school and the upcoming course schedule, visit internationaltactical.com.

• Netting scarf

• Camouflage

• Stable front rest

• Bean bags

• Carabineers

• Plastic netting

• Knife

• Duct tape/rigger’s tape

• Hammer and chisel (carried taped together, they can fix a lot of things; locate them on the side of the pack)

• Extra ammunition (include 20-round M16
magazines that help to lower a sniper’s position)

• Thermite grenade/smoke

• Booby-trap kit

• Bull clips/clamps

• Pencil and notepad

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December 6, 2017 at 11:35AM

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