Skip to comments.Kurds Use Bait Car To Lure In Curious ISIS Thug
Posted on 07/15/2014 7:17:58 PM PDT by lowbridge
The Kurdish zone is not only in Northern Iraq but in parts of Syria and Turkey also. Here Syrian Kurds lure in a curious ISIS fighter with a bait car and take him out. Notice the lack of AllahAkbars.
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The Kurds didn’t have one dude who could shoot 300m?
Well, that could have been anything.
BMW or Audi?
Which do they prefer?
When not behind the wheel of a Toyota pickup?
Did they put an alluring goat in the vehicle ;?
Da Kurds is just havin’ der WAY wid the jerk.
(With apologies to Little Miss Muffet)
A Muzzie from ISIS
Found out what the price is
For getting in the Kurds’ way
They set a trap like a spider
A car! He got inside her
And it blew the Jihadist away
I’ll give the jihadi a .7 for his flopping twists and flails as he departed the blast scene.
yes the sheep didn’t work
"Blowed up REAL good!!"
You can only pull that off a couple of times. They should of had a trap door over a pit with one of Saddam’s shredders.
Ever try to shoot an AK further than 200m? Unless one of them had an old Mosin lying around, 300m is outside of effective rifle range.
I’ve got a Nagant and it won’t shoot but a 6” shot group at 100 yards. Knocks your shoulder out of joint, though.
Barrel might not be great then. There are Youtube videos of guys hitting targets at 700m with their Mosins. It isn’t going to outshoot a Remington 700 or something, but an intermediate shooter with good ammunition and a barrel in good condition ought to easily be able to hit a man-sized target at 300m.
Yeah, I knew when I got it that, even though the weapon looked unused, the barrel was dull and nothing in my powers could bring it to that diamond-shine I love so dearly. There’s yer trouble.
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