This is for the "Ides of March" Category, from the vantage point of the Assassin.
Special Agent Collins took a deep breath as he closed in his sights on Grendel Castle hidden high up in the Alps. His spotter calls out the settings in which to use to correct for bullet drop and the adjustment known as "Kentucky Windage".
He begins to see more detail as he makes his next distance adjustment. He has one target, and one target only to take out. That means that there can only be one shot taken, or he fails the mission.
As evening falls, people emerge and he start to scan the crowd. The man with the beard looks suspicious, but doesn't fit the description given in the briefing. His bodyguard as said to have slicked back hair...
There! bald man with a scar under his left eye! Collins took a few deep breaths, and pulled the trigger. The task was done and maybe, just maybe, with Iran's lead Nuclear scientist taken out, there progression to a military super-power would slow.
Enjoy, and go Ballistic Brickers!(and yes the cross hairs from the scope are made of LEGO.)
Quoting Nick Pascale
Absolutely fascinating in your approach to your MOC I am wondering is the cross hair also a LEGO piece? I loved the drama!
The cross hairs are made by two 1x6x3 arches and some basic rods to form the actual cross. I made a relatively cleaver mount to attach it to the camera, but I didn't realize that I have covered up the tripod mount, so I just held it up, and it still worked pretty well.