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Coming from the authority directly above you in the chain of command, this simply allows the individual to choose his/her rate of fire and prefered style, whether open or snipe etc.
OK company, they've cleared, reload and fire at will.
by Kung-Fu Jesus April 15, 2004
To "fire at Will" is the act of giving in to the urge to shoot at a person named Will. This "Anti-Williamism" has been around for centuries. Some philosophers say we are born with the instict to open fire at people named Will. Some philosophers are also on crack. As am I.
I think I hear the police outside my house. Maybe it's because I fire at Will at least once every day. Now where's that crack...
by RowanH August 31, 2005

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