Definition of Countersnipers
1. countersniper [n] - See also: countersniper
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Countersnipers
Literary usage of Countersnipers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Who Needs Las Vegas?: Gambling and Its Impacts in a Southwestern Minnesota by Mikal J. Aasved, James M. Schaefer (1994)
"Until recently, countersnipers were chosen from the tactical unit based on their marksmanship with a bolt-action rifle. These officers also received full ..."
2. The Record of a Regiment of the Line: Being a Regimental History of the 1st by Mainwaring George Jacson, M. Jackson (1908)
"At the latter end of December marksmen were sent out daily to the hill-tops some 1000 yards in front of the line of forts to act as countersnipers to the ..."