Improving the good name of the sniper, one shot at a time.
GSC Membership Regulations.
1.) You shall never shoot a man just because he’s climbing a ladder. Allow him to accomplish this simple task before rewarding him with your time and ammunition.
2.) Before shooting a fellow gentleman sniper in the head, you should always compliment him on his finely chosen hiding place.
3.) Any jibes must be well written, articulate, and you should never resort to L33t sp34k. There is no excuse for poor spelling on the battlefield – if you can spare the time to kill a man, you can certainly spare the time to correctly craft him a witty comment.
4.) In the event of your unexpected demise, you should always endeavour to compliment your opponent on a fine kill.
5.) Sniper duels are neither time consuming, nor pointless. If a fellow sniper wishes to exchange bullets in what we like to refer to as “a gentleman’s debate”, by all means take the time to oblige him, until one of you is persuaded to ‘agree’.
6.) If you are unable to eliminate a target in two shots, congratulate him on evading you and select a new target. This does not include during a ‘gentleman’s debate’, which will continue until an ‘agreement’ is met.
7.) Always aim for the head. There is no excuse for sloppiness, a poorly aimed shot is the epitome of impoliteness.
8.) A gentlemanly sniper position is one in which a fellow gentleman sniper may kindly return your shots.
9.) Bolt action should ALWAYS be selected over semi-auto. Semi automatic weapons encourage sloppiness. If you cannot take the time to load a round for your target, then you are hardly qualified to bring about his demise.
10.) Close combat is for soldiers. A gentleman sniper does not become embroiled in close combat.
11.) Spawn killing is not permitted by the GSC. Allow your opponent a period in which to appreciate the surroundings in which he is about to die. After all, it will be the last view he sees.
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