A British Army term, slang for using one bullet of a sniper rifle to kill two men.
The term comes from the 1990 film Quigley Down Under in which the hero, played by Tom Selleck, uses an old Sharps rifle to devastating effect.
While Rifleman Osmand was stationed in the sandbox, he did a Quigley on two escaping Taliban riding a motorcycle.
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