A Canadian sniper has crushed the world record for the longest confirmed military kill shot. The elite Joint Task Force 2 member took out an ISIS terrorist in Iraq from an almost unimaginable distance of two-point-one miles. Multiple reports out of Canada say it happened sometime within the last month and was independently verified by video camera and other hard data. To put it into perspective, the shot broke a record that had stood since 2009 when a British sniper killed a Taliban fighter from one-and-a-half miles away.
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