Legion Productions Releases New DVD - SNIPER COMP

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posted on February 22, 2012
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Every year the U.S. Army's Sniper School at Fort Benning, GA, hosts the International Sniper Competition, inviting the best snipers from around the world to compete. This mentally and physically taxing competition challenges the participants' precision, endurance, stalking and observational skills. These intense events are revealed in this action packed film, available immediately for purchase through Amazon, eBay and other retailers. SNIPER COMP takes audiences alongside elite sniper teams from around the world as they embark on the most demanding test of a sniper's skills imaginable -- The International Sniper Competition. The competition showcases thirty-two teams from the Army, Army National Guard, Marine Corps, Air Force, Special Forces, SWAT and three foreign countries that will compete in eighteen events and combat simulations over the course of seven days that will test every skill they have. Profits from SNIPER COMP are donated to the following non-profits: The US Army Sniper Association (www.armysniper.org) and the USMC Scout/Sniper Association . This production was created in the effort to raise money for deployed forces and honor fallen soldiers.

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