Chinese sniper vs. American sniper during the Korean War (1952)

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Published 2023-01-01
Snipers (2022) - Based on a true story during the Korean war. The story of sharpshooter Zhang Taofang, a young army recruit who at age 22 sets a record during the Korean War by reportedly killing or wounding 214 American soldiers with 435 shots in just 32 days.
You only got one chance to face enemy snipers on the battlefield, one shot, one chance, you miss, you die.

All Comments (21)
  • @stewartpido3097
    I didn't even realise it's 50 minutes before i click that video
  • @woolehful
    TIP : When you roll, you become invincible for a while.
  • @kaysadek5012
    The Chinese commander first time when he looked at his binoculars there was some Snow on the front glass face, But when he start looking through the monocular there was no snow covering the view not even for tiny bit😅. What a director 😂
  • @CoIdHeat
    So after decades of enduring cheesy, one-sided hollywood war movies like Fury we can finally endure cheesy, one-sided war movies from other nations.
  • @AtomicTankGirl
    I like how every American is from South. Guess the southern accent covers up the Russian accent better.
  • Lmao, every Chinese kill shot is a headshot like they're using an aimbot from battlefield or Cod.
  • @WALTERBROADDUS
    It makes no sense not to use available support from artillery. That's an awful lot of snipers in one area.
  • @EightiesTV
    The flashlight effect on the rifle like Battlefield was definitely a nice cheesy touch.
  • @ImaJWalker
    Chinese: Use that new spoon trick I taught you US : That old trick...you gotta be kidding me....
  • @6kunio8
    "I'm gonna teach these kids a geometry lesson"... does not do anything really regarding geometry... who wrote this dialogue!? lol
  • @liamspencer4941
    This film was pretty far from the actual events that took place, but they did put a lot of effort into making this look pretty good.
  • @user-xp4ol3hl4q
    Dad was commander of Hill 255 starting December 1952 to April 1953 (about). His sniper problem was solved by "borrowing" a 90 MM cannon , winching it up the hill , and then boresighting it on the little rock shelf on the hill 1 mile North. A captain standing next to Gen Boatnen was killed when his binocs glinted in the morning sun. It was later revealed by the follow up patrol that the 1 round of AP took the sipers head off. Three HE rounds collapsed the shelf, and the company had to bring the gun down to the bottom of the hill.
  • @johnosborne1873
    Gotta love the Chinese fanatical yelling - definitely a Chinese movie