WATCH: Border Police Sniper Unit wins IDF sharp-shooting competition

180 teams comprised of the best snipers in the IDF and Border Police take part in contest.

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April 20, 2015 10:45

Border Police snipers win sharp-shooting competition

Border Police snipers win sharp-shooting competition

 
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The IDF held its annual sharp-shooting competition between various units of the army and Border Police on Thursday.

The Israel Police announced on Sunday that the Judea and Samaria Border Police Sniper Unit won the prestigious day-long competition, among 180 teams comprised of the best snipers in the IDF and Border Police.

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The teams took part in numerous complex competitions to test response time and accuracy in real-time sniper scenarios.

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