Originally Posted by 'Hamas' Jenkins
As far as Oswald goes, if Carlos Hathcock couldn't do it, then there is no way Oswald could, and Hathcock said as much.
It's the equivalent of thinking a mid-level high school sprinter would beat 1984 Carl Lewis.
Uh, what? Iíve never heard that one.
But what Oswald did was nothing remarkable. His longest shot that day was only 100 yards and if you look at where his bullets went he actually sprayed the target. Had he taken his time and controlled his breathing he couldíve scored multiple head shots instead of just the one.
You want to know a sniper that showed some skill look no further than Charles Whitman. He killed 14 and injured 46 from distances up to 500 yards. He showed what one motivated Marine and his rifle can do. /Gunny Hartman.