By Mike R. Lau
The author of The Military and Police Sniper, Mike Lau, is the owner and operator of the Texas Brigade Armory, located in, of all places, Texas.
Mr. Lau is a retired Army officer, having served in various positions, including Officer in Charge of the Ft. Hood Army Marksmanship Unit.
goes into some great detail here regarding the rifles he
builds (mostly his
versions of the M40A1/A3) which make a welcome addition to the information provided on the M40A1 in Chapter 1.
A few tips on gunsmithing are included.
urges the reader to keep log books simple and uncluttered.
Several examples of logbooks used by snipers are shown, including about a dozen different standard and custom firing record pages.
Also present are charts with the sizes of standard objects to aid in range estimation, including an entire chart on aircraft dimensions.
There are also tables for mil sizes of objects and personnel; windage rosettes and adjustments; movement; elevation and slope adjustments; and more.
The Army, Marine Corps, and USANGSS range cards are also represented.
has taken what could have been a very dull, unoriginal topic and put together the best information on the subject I have ever seen by far.