Anders Behring Breivik testified in a Norwegian court yesterday that he used “Call Of Duty” to improve his marksmanship before shooting 69 people to death last year, reports Kotaku.Specifically he used the game as a vehicle to practice “target acquisition” and used a marksmanship tool called a holographic weapon sight to improve his aim.
How much more effective of a shooter did this make him? Speaking to The Guardian, Breivik himself said, “If you are familiar with a holographic sight, it’s built up in such a way that you could have given it to your grandmother and she would have been a super marksman. It’s designed to be used by anyone.”
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