Canadian sniper who set world record shooting ISIS fighter prevented oncoming attack, official says

The Canadian sniper who set a world record by hitting an Islamic State fighter from 2.2 miles away prevented a potential ISIS attack with the gunshot, a Canadian Special Forces official said.

ISIS terrorists were preparing to attack an unsuspecting Iraqi military unit when the Canadian sniper shot the fighter which sent the rest of the terror group running for cover-up and avoided an oncoming attack, according to The Canadian Press.

CANADIAN SNIPER SETS WORLD RECORD WITH 2.2 -MILE PICKOFF OF ISIS FIGHTER

“This attack was massing unbeknownst to our partner forces-out, because it was happening very quickly in a very dynamic kind of environment, ” Brigadier General Peter Dawe said. “And so our team was able to engage, and not only successfully that particular foe fighter, but pre-empt a mass assault. So that’s a significant achievement.”

The sniper, from the countrys Joint Task Force 2, hit the ISIS terrorist at a world-record distance of 11, 316 feet, beating out the previous record of 3,280 feet set by a British sniper.

Dawe wouldnt elaborate on the sniper shoot, explaining that information going public could endanger the lives of Canadian soldiers in Iraq, according to the news outlet.

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