yup..but sumtimes at panic hour when enemy is just a few feet around me hiding in ghillies i just pray noone will alert me tru my radio..i lil voice sound will compromise my hiding place..i experience dis during nite game when its too quiet, dark, wet tropical jungle. all i can hear is thousand mosquitos having dinner all around my body. but it all depends either sniper or spotter will start taking a shot or stay for better position n timing. in dis case, a good instinct, communication between sniper n spoter is important.tuxedopenguin said:have you tried using radios and having a sweep team for such actions and letting your spotter be their to help identify targets and provide support when the proverbial "Shite" hits the fan?
I did the exact same thing with one of my teammates. He set up directly in front of the enemy in a well concealed place. I set up to the right of him at a different angle. When the enemy came down the path, he started firing and the idea was that they would get nice and cozzy behind some trees nearby. That left me with some easy pickings However, it did not go as planned, and the other team just ran away :-/Livonia said:I do what you do too. I'll purposely have a teammate get pinned down by a target, and I'll shoot the target from another angle while he thinks hes got the drop on my teammate.
I usually let the enemy get really comfortable when they are approaching me, they let themselves slide out into the open where its just a turkey shoot. Especially if you have a quiet rifle, you can take down about three before they know where its coming from. That is if you can shoot good.
Its all about mind games buddy.