Steve Johnson

Founder and Dictator-In-Chief of TFB. A passionate gun owner, a shooting enthusiast and totally tacti-uncool. Favorite first date location: any gun range. Steve can be contacted here.


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  • http://www.thehollowgrind.com Dave

    The more accurate form of “I fart in your general direction.”

  • HK_WSU

    Looks like the “spotter” has gone to his happy place.

  • Brian

    Don’t ask, don’t tell.

  • El Duderino

    Reminds me of a story I heard from my high school science teacher. He was a Navy enlisted flight crewman back in the 70s. He witnessed a couple Marines contemplating how best to steady their aim with their M16s at a range shoot. Their solution? One devil dog rested the barrel/handguard on the other’s shoulder while kneeling. Needless to say there was some severe ear damage and hearing loss to Lance Corporal Bipod.

    Story was particularly interesting to me as I had enlisted into the USMC a couple months before. In my 6 years I found that Marines ALWAYS come up with a solution to every problem — whether or not it’s a good one is conjecture.

  • http://www.predatorwild.com Heath

    awesome photo! I agree, very classic.

  • David

    The crack of gunfire . . .

  • yamalink

    The new elite Don’t Ask Don’t Tell sniper unit.

  • Random

    The fart adds more “fire power”?

  • austin

    thats terrible. lol thats a “your gonna owe me BIG time for this” type of situation>

  • Big Daddy

    I saw video of German troops in WWII using another soldier as a bipod steadier. One was firing his MG42 against Allied aircraft. The second soldier held the bipod and rested the barrel jacket on his shoulders. It seemed an effect but dangerous way to add range and accuracy against targets moving at 300+MPH. The high rate of fire made the MG42 a somewhat semi effective anti aircraft weapon if enough were being used against low flying aircraft….I would guess. If I remember they did have quads and twin versions for AA weapons.

  • JoeB

    The spotter looks like he is having an emotional breakdown. Poor guy. His car could of just got repoed or something and now an L96 is resting on his backside.

  • Geof Ross

    “The Student should be allowed to use what is most comfortable for him and not forced to conform to a pattern”

    from “The Art of the Rifle” Col Jeff Cooper.

  • http://www.thefirearmblog.com Steve

    Remember “firearms, not politics”.

    Its an old picture and apparently that is a legitimate sniper position taught by some countries.

  • Eli

    I hope they don’t anticipate return fire…Ouch!

    Maybe, the methane adds an extra push…HMMM

  • charles222

    That would be pretty damn rock solid, if uncomfortable for the spotter.

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