You can exploit an enemy's ignorance of your effective range and the long-range threat posed by a heavy rifle, especially when occupying a new position in those first few days on a stabilizing battlefield, before he appreciates the power of your optics and the reach of your bullets. This is prime shooting time.
On the other hand, when moving into established defensive positions, you may wish to just surveil and observe for a few days and record an elaborate range card before you fire your first shot. If your shooting is effective, the enemy soon will improve camouflage, shift his movement beyond your vision, and improve ballistic protection around his positions. By then it seems
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