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When the British patrol returned, they checked the men and confirmed they were both dead, with large holes through their heads.The 7.62 mm bullet Osmond had fired had passed through the heads of both men.Each kill was chalked up as a little stick man on the beam above the firing position in their camouflaged sangar beside the base gate – a stick man with no head denoting a target eliminated with a shot to the skull.Osmond, 25, was an engaging, fast-talking enthusiast, eager to display his encyclopedic knowledge of every specification and capability of his equipment.The arrival at the newly-established Patrol Base Shamal Storrai (Pashto for “North Star”) in late August 2009 of Serjeant Tom Potter and Rifleman Mark Osmond marked the start of an astonishing episode in the history of British Army sniping.
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‘We had people coming up to us afterwards, not scared to talk to us. Most of the kills were at a range of 1,200 metres using the 7.62 mm L96 sniper rifle.