Jagoan did not rush to answer but instead continued to ask, “No way! You’ve been in this business for so many years, and there are even troublemakers that you can‘t handle?”
Jagoan sighed resignedly before telling Jagoan what happened.
When leading the training of recruits, Jagoan could use threats and lures to achieve his goals if he encountered disobedient members. However, he could tell that the ones he mentioned today were very talented and not recruits at all. Because of this, those skilled fellows would not pay attention to them.
It was useless for Jagoan to punish them severely too as he might cripple the young talents due to excessive physical punishment.
Jagoan understood after hearing this and nodded accordingly. “Okay, I’ll help you. As long as you don’t feel ashamed of a rookie who has just trained for a few days.”
Jagoan was obviously being modest.
Jagoan then walked over with a smile. “Don’t listen to what Jagoan said. Although he has just trained for three days, Jagoan’s dynamic vision is at least comparable to mine after I tested him! He has very high talent.”
Jagoan also grew up with guns and bullets, so he knew what this meant.
The so-called dynamic vision could be simply understood as the ability to hit a moving target.
This ability was very important in actual combat as the enemy would not simply stand still and let you shoot them.
Jagoan also understood Jagoan could learn all the fighting skills in just a few days. However, after he discovered Jagoan’s natural gift of sight, his training focus changed.
If they were not short of time, Jagoan believed that he could train Jagoan into a qualified sniper in about a month.
Jagoan knew that Jagoan was also a soldier, and he would not lie, so he immediately called the disobedient soldiers over.
“Come here, stand at attention! Fall in line!” Jagoan blew his whistle, and these people reluctantly entered the line and stood in the first row.
“I asked you to train properly but you wouldn’t listen to me, so today I will let you know what it means that when I say thee is always someone better than you.”
After Jagoan finished speaking, he pointed at Jagoan and said, “This is today’s challenger. He just joined training three days ago and has never touched a firearm before…”
“You don’t think I have the qualification to teach you, right? If any of you beat him in the next shooting session, I will agree to everything you ask. No matter what it is.”
The young man heading the group of troublemakers was named Robinson.
Hearing this, he immediately took the initiative to step forward.
“Everyone heard what you said, you can’t go back on your word!” Robinson yelled.
“Of course, I won’t go back on my word. Everyone can testify for you!” Jagoan responded.
“Okay, count me in then.” Robinson stepped forward and stood in the same position as Jagoan.
It was normal to have a target shooting competition as it was part of the daily training anyway. However, Jagoan had selfish intentions. With so many recruits watching, he did not want Jagoan to lose.
Therefore, Jagoan selfishly replaced many of the static targets with moving targets.
“The rules of the competition are very simple. There are ten sets of targets in total and the highest score is 100… After the game is over, the winner will be determined according to the score. Three, two, one, go!”
Jagoan blew his whistle again and the two men raised their guns and started shooting.
In the beginning, Jagoan and Robinson were basically on par, and Robinson seemed very confident.
However, after the first three sets of targets passed, Robinson panicked because the target in his field of vision started to move by itself!