"Images from the battle for Monrovia, Liberia, where use of iron sights is known to be strictly prohibited. Also prohibited are aiming, assuming a supported firing stance, and any common practice of marksmanship whatsoever.
Hip-Hop/Rapper/Gangsta shooting stances are mandatory, the "Glock Foh-Tay" hold being the most popular. lethality is acheived by subjecting the target to a wide swathe of area fire, simliar to unaimed indirect artillery, or scaring the enemy away with gesturing and aggressive hip-hop style dancing while firing. Points are awarded for artistic effort, style, fearsome facial expression/vocalizations and blue duct tape."
[b]Note perfectly executed flamboyant sideways-rifle "Glock Foh-Tay" running stance.[/b]
[B]Amazing height and style on this one. Sure to impress the judges![/B]
[B]"Yo Yo YO, Fo' Shizzle"[/B]
[B]The "bring your buddy along" firing stance[/B]
[B]Firing from the hip while putting on the best "Game Face" and bellowing like an Ox - always sure to make your enemy skeedadle![/B]
[B]The "Homeless street person" anti-aircraft firing position being executed with great precision![/B]
[B]Here we have a classic! The "prone Warrior " firing position - too bad the magazine spring has blown out from the bottom of his beautifully blue-duct-tape-taped jungle magazine setup.[/B]
[B]Here we have Liberian militia demonstrating the "Soul Train" method of combat assault.[/B]
[B]The Nautical theme is ever popular, as seen by this militiaman wearing the stylish Kapok life jacket.
Won't stop a bullet, but sure looks Boo-yaa! (my favourite)[/B]
[B]This pair is executing the difficult "Phat Bammer Swagger" shooting stance[/B]
[B]The Phat "Batman Begins" RPG firing position is new but hot[/B]
[B]While this appears to be a well-rehearsed combat assault maneuver, this militiaman is actually trying to keep birds from crapping on his car. Note the feather duster in the left hand for effect.[/B]
[B]This Militiaman executes the one handed high overhead blind shot. It is often used to indicate that "Da Brizzles over there".[/B]
[B]And last but not least, these two are showing the proper way to fire a support weapon using the non-aiming duck-walk method, keeping at least five feet of linked ammo strung out from the weapon at any given time! Note the suitably awe-struck onlookers![/B]