This is a nicely balanced work looking at the various weapons used by Elite Forces around the world. Following a brief introduction and a recap on weapons in WWII, the author then embarks on the whys and wherefores of Elite Forces having weapons such as those covered in the book. Weapons used by these specialist units engaged in counter-terrorist operations are not developed for their sole and exclusive use. The weapons are standard types, which just happen to be used by these Elite units. They are trained to an exceptionally high degree of proficiency beyond that of the ordinary soldier. The contents are well laid out and all weapon types covered from pistols to sniper rifles and shotguns. A summary of accessories is useful. All in all, a very interesting read.
Gun Mart, December 2016 - reviewed by John Norris
The Sniper Anthology is a collection of accounts of particular individuals that became known for their skills as snipers as well of stories of sniper operations. These cover the escapades of German, Japanese, Finnish and British snipers and even a Russian sniper, during the Second World War.
Britain at War