Welcome to the -=Sniperfire=-Clan Home Page
-=Sniperfire=- is a gaming clan that was founded on the 19th of December 2005. In the fall of 2006, due to a management restructuring, the clan elected Angry Ninja as our fearless and very capable clan leader. The clan has its roots in TDM sniping playing Call of Duty but quickly moved to Call of Duty 2. Without the mapping and mod tools available, the clan settled on DM game play on stock maps with sniper rifles. Unlike most sniper servers you may find, -=Sniperfire=- has very few rules when it come to game play and movement. You are free to hop, flop, strafe, bash and frag to your heart's content. All that we do ask is that you keep it friendly, don't abuse your fellow clients and we strictly enforce our "No Cursing" rules. -=Sniperfire=-Clan has built up a close knit group of 20+ friends/clanmates who enjoy gaming together as well as having fun and goofing off in our FORUMS. So, stop by our servers, register on our FORUMS and get in on the fun!
-=Sniperfire=- runs 1 CoD server; a 14 slot CoD2 DM server (IP 22.214.171.124:28960) running the eXtreme+ Mod with a mix of stock and custom maps.
Also, -=Sniperfire=-Clan is always looking for new members and we have an open recruitment policy. Sign up on our FORUMS and post up a little info about yourself in our RECRUITMENT thread and let us know that you are interested in wearing the best tags in gaming.
-=Sniperfire=- is dropping its CoD WaW server. After long discussions on the matter, -=Sniperfire=- has decided to get back to where we started and concentrate on our core game... Call of Duty 2. We feel that this game is what really got this clan together and we feel that it is the game we like to play together. So grab your Enfield, your Springfield, your Kar or Mosin and get in the war already!
In other news:
-=Sniperfire=- has joined the Folding@home (F@h) Distributed computing project. The project entails clients running a piece of software on their computers (running during times of low CPU usage) which downloads work units from Stanford University's protein folding program and uses novel computational methods, coupled to distributed computing, to simulate problems millions of times more challenging than previously achieved. F@h links the processing power of 4537272 CPUs (as of this writing which is up from 3757853 when we first started) enabling the analysis of several protein folding problems in one year that would have taken one processor 30 years each to simulate. This research is hoping to lead to treatments and cures to diseases ranging from Alzheimer's Disease, Huntington's Disease and Parkinson's Disease to Cancer. So if you are interested in helping out, sign up at Stanford University's Folding@home web site. And if you would like to help our rankings, you can join Team Sniperfire.
The -=Sniperfire=-Clan Creed
-=Sniperfire=- exists as a collection of gamers and
friends spanning the world.
-=Sniperfire=- is a synergistic community:
The whole is greater than the sum of the parts.
Individually, we are nothing
As a clan, we are everything.