Chinese Sniper Pierces 13 Holes Into A Single Rice Grain

Posted: Mar 2 2016, 3:51am CST | by , in News | Also on the Geek Mind

 
Chinese Sniper Pierces 13 Holes into a Single Rice Grain
Credit: Chongqing News

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The Chinese army has some interesting training methods for snipers.

Imagine you would have seen Bradley Cooper as Chris Kyle in the movie American Sniper poking holes into a rice grain with a needle. That is just not how an US Navy S.E.A.L is training his sniper skills. It is though part of the Chinese sniper training.

A report in the Congqing News says that a young sniper has set a new record in the Chinese People Liberation Army for making most holes in a rice grain. Xu Guangming was able to pierce 13 holes into a tiny grain during a sniper training.

Most only can pierce about 6 to 7 holes. To make 13 holes without breaking the grain is incredible. He even aligned the holes with even spacing. The previous record in the Chinese army was 9 holes.

The exercise is supposed to train patience and finger coordination.

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