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An expert SAS sniper took out three ISIS bombers by shooting through a 10inch wall, from a kilometre away with the world’s most powerful rifle.
The marksman, considered one of the best in the special forces, fired 30 armour-piercing rounds from his Barrett Light .50 calibre rifle into a two-storey command post in the city of Ramadi in Iraq.
The daring and skillfully executed mission which was called a ‘classic SAS operation’ saved the lives of around 20 people according to military sources.
Holding the rank of staff-sergeant, the sniper was part of an elite team of military advisers embedded in the Iraqi army.
After discovering that the bombers were in the building, a number of offensive options were considered including an air strike and a rocket launch.
However, both were deemed too dangerous to civilians as a number of innocent people were being used as human shields around the property.
A source told the Daily Star Sunday: ‘The SAS always like to think out of the box.
Read more: Daily Mail