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amazon com american sniper the autobiography of the most - the 1 new york times bestselling memoir of u s navy seal chris kyle and the source for clint eastwood s blockbuster movie which was nominated for six academy awards including best picture from 1999 to 2009 u s navy seal chris kyle recorded the most career sniper kills in united states military history his fellow american warriors whom he protected with deadly precision from, amazon com american sniper special edition clint - american sniper from director clint eastwood starring bradley cooper as chris kyle the most lethal sniper in u s military history there was much more to him than his skill as a sharpshooter, american sniper chris kyle why movie doesn t show his - the filmmakers behind american sniper left out chris kyle s violent murder at the end of the blockbuster movie for the sake of his two kids says screenwriter jason hall a lot of people have, how bradley cooper gained weight for american sniper - here s the intense training bradley cooper went through to gain 40 pounds of muscle for american sniper, chris kyle wife death kids biography - chris kyle was a navy seal marksman whose autobiography american sniper became a bestseller and was made into a major hollywood film starring bradley cooper, mk 13 mod 5 winmag us special operations weapons - socom mk 13 mod 5 sniper rifle the socom mk 13 is a bolt action sniper rifle in use with the us navy seals and other special operations units the rifle is based on the remington 700 long action fires 300 winchester magnum winmag rounds and is assembled from parts at nswc crane, timothy murphy sniper wikipedia - timothy murphy 1751 1818 was a rifleman in the american revolutionary war at the battle of bemis heights second battle of saratoga on october 7 1777 murphy is reputed to have shot and killed sir francis clerke and general simon fraser murphy s life is the subject of john brick s 1953 novel the rifleman, american soldier killed by german snipers in leipzig 1945 - war photographer robert capa took this iconic photo of an american soldier shot and killed by a german sniper in the battle for leipzig on 18 april 1945