Snipers practicing their skills in camouflaging their firing positions.
Really bad weather conditions (melting snow and rain) made the task even more difficult.
The sniper lies down on the all-weather raincoat and his companion covers him with twigs and snow. In this position, the sniper may spend from several hours to several days. They say that it is not that cold in winter and if you light a candle in there, it gets even warmer.
This fake sniper is equipped with a micro mirror which can emit specks of light to attract the attention of the enemy sniper who, by opening fire, may betray his location.
Old armed military hardware is a great place for a sniper’s firing position. Often, they use stubs, both real and artificial.