Canadian Sniper Breaks World Record with two-mile shot

Canadian Sniper Breaks World Record with two-mile shot

A Canadian soldier killed an ISIS militant from two miles away in Iraq last month, breaking the world record for longest confirmed kill.

The Globe and Mail reports the shooter was a member of Joint Task Force 2 and he made the historic shot from a high-rise building. The sniper used a McMillian TAC-50 sniper rifle and it took the bullet under 10 seconds to hit its target.

The Globe and Mail reports the kill was verified by video camera and other data.

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