Marines with the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit, Maritime Raid Force, firing various sniper rifles while conducting a marksmanship training exercise at a range in Qatar, April 22, 2013.
The Parachute Regiment is the Airborne Infantry of the British Army. One battalion is permanently under the command of the Director Special Forces in the Special Forces Support Group. The other battalions are the parachute infantry component of the British Army’s rapid response formation 16 Air Assault Brigade. It is the only line infantry regiment that has not been amalgamated with another unit since the end of the Second World War. Members of the Parachute Regiment are known to the rest of the army and the British public by the nickname The Paras.
— One of the last transmissions sent from the surrounded British paratroopers in Arnheim during the ill-fated Operation Market Garden, 1944. (via bantarleton)
I dunno man that 240 would tear up most cover. I’ve put my .308 rounds through cinder blocks. I’m sure a wall wouldn’t holt up to a belt of them
GPMG rounds will easily go through a wall. It makes 5.56 chambered assault rifles look like pea shooters.