Tough guy Thomas Beckett is a US Marine working in the Panamanian jungle. His job is to seek out rebels and remove them using his sniper skills. Beckett is notorious for losing his partners on such missions. This time he's accompanied by crack marksman Richard Miller, who's more of an office-type. Together they plan to seek out an important rebel leader, whilst avoiding a rogue marksman who frequents this part of the jungle. Written by
One Shot. One Kill. No Exceptions.
Did You Know?
The weapon used by Billy Zane
in this movie is not an H&K PSG-1, an expensive precision semi-automatic rifle commonly used by special forces snipers. It is an H&K SR-9 TC , a similar but cheaper version of the PSG-1 that was designed for civilian sales. See more
Beckett is a Master Gunnery Sergeant in the United States Marine Corps. However, the crew chief of the helicopter that extracts him in the opening scenes calls him "Gunny". The term "Gunny" is used as a familiarity with Gunnery Sergeants only, and a Master Gunnery Sergeant would NEVER be addressed as such. See more
When the "rush" is over, it hurts. Doesn't it?
What you're feeling now ain't the worst pain. The worst thing is not feeling the hurt anymore.
Referenced in Sniper Português
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Written and Performed by Henry Lee Summer
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