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  • Lunch Meat
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    Originally posted by Soper View Post
    No. You are watching too much TV. Under WHAT laws would you be allowed to deploy "snipers?" Really. What ARE you thinking?
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  • Soper
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    No. You are watching too much TV. Under WHAT laws would you be allowed to deploy "snipers?" Really. What ARE you thinking?

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  • Squid
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    Originally posted by Lone Wolf View Post
    Does anyone know of any security company that employs snipers? That could be a really useful are of expertise in this business. Like outside a bank, the robber comes out and is taken down by a well placed headshot, taken out like surgery. What does everyone think of this idea?
    I proposed similar, but diff, tactic for anti-bank robbery security in a recent thread. But instead of a sniper, there would be an unmarked minivan shadowing the armored car (or I guess could also be semi-static at bank).

    One problem I see is that such tactics would likely increase use of hostages/human shields by robbers. Even if the hostage is not "harmed" they will still be able to sue for much more than is lost in robbery, and give the bank a bad rep in the process.

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  • Lunch Meat
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    Lon Horiuchi would be so proud

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  • Lone Wolf
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    Use of snipers in the security field

    Does anyone know of any security company that employs snipers? That could be a really useful are of expertise in this business. Like outside a bank, the robber comes out and is taken down by a well placed headshot, taken out like surgery. What does everyone think of this idea?

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