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## Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising

There are a maximum of 36 Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising achievements worth 2,284 (1,000)

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# Company Killer84 (50)

### Kill or incapacitate 100 enemies

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## Achievement Guide for Company Killer

Solution
Justing adding a tip for snipers:

For an easy way to kill still targets at great distances with a sniper rifle (400m plus), I've calculated a formula to use that only requires an input of distance (which we will call x).

(# of mils below crosshairs) = 0.004866(X) + 0.2016

X = distance (found using RT with binoculars, easier if you have a buddy be your spotter)

1 mil = the distance between your crosshairs and the next dot (in this case, under the crosshairs)

EXAMPLE: Target is 836m away. Inputting that number into the equation gives you 4.27 mils. That means you have to aim 4.27 mils above your target in order to hit it. I've done this on Mission 2 at the very start. Instead of crossing the road, lay down right before the road where you have a clear view of Objective 1 (the missile launcher). There is a guy standing to the right of it roughly 830m away and a guy in front of it roughly 840m away. I encourage you to go test this out! If you want to do this by yourself, just kill Winters at the start of the mission and take his M21.

The easiest way to use this formula would to either program in your calculator (if you know how to program a calculator, then you don't need me to tell you what to put exactly) or use Microsoft Excel. For Excel, open a new spreadsheet and input this in A2:

=0.004866*A1+0.2016

Now all you have to do is input Distance in A1 and press Enter and the # of mils required to aim up is given in A2.

Note: This equation only works accurately with targets within 175m and 950m, since the extremes beyond this range are skewed (assuming the scope is zeroed at 100m). Shots may be off by a small amount due to large elevation differences. Feel free to use it, modify it, whatever.
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