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Scout-Sniper Skills: A Rural Property Security Practice - A Photographic Study
by Roy Holland
Folks living in a rural environment can acquire and master the tools, weapons, and skills of the military sniper for securing private property against criminal invasion. Here this martial art is refined into a non-combat patrol and surveillance methodology to serve the security interests of farms, ranches, and rural retreats in all climates and landscapes. Here we examine sniper methods practiced by a civilian amateur practitioner.
Our goals: We must observe, report, and see without being seen. We must dominate any potentially threatening criminal incursion.
In the process of study, we present common errors and the reader is encouraged to be critical and analytical.About the Author
Roy Holland has a B.A. in Social Studies Education and an M.A. in History.
His experiences that lead to this subject include patrol and surveillance work in two private protective security corporations in urban landscapes. His formative years were spent in tending livestock herds and cropland. He is also an avid photographer and firearms enthusiast. Personal studies in European history and independent studies in partisan warfare techniques have motivated him to study scout-sniper skills as a hobby.(2010, paperback, 78 pages)