aiming point


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aiming point

n (esp Mil) → Zielpunkt m
References in classic literature ?
A stone might pos- sibly penetrate to us once in a while, but it wasn't very likely; we were well protected by boughs and foliage, and were not visible from any good aiming point.
If you have adequate forward pressure, the pin will lock on the aiming point and not move.
Leupold introduced its Duplex reticle in the 1960's, and the gap between the center crosshairs and the bottom post could be used both for range estimation and as secondary aiming point for longer ranges.
Those old Bushnell Phantom lx scopes we used to put on our Contenders always seemed to make the aiming point smaller and I could never figure that out.
He says to start with the lowest charge and work your way up, but the target with the aiming point shows the first rounds impacting the highest and the hotter loads toward the bottom.
Non-precision runways add threshold and aiming point marks.
If you're in need of proof, look no further than Trijicon's line of illuminated optics that provide hunters with all of the benefits of a traditional riflescope but also offer a bright aiming point when needed.
62 mm round and provide the offset in the dedicated riflescope whose red cross shows the new aiming point to be used.
The Shoot-N-C 8" Laser target comes with 8 1/2-inch highly reflective Laser Spots with adhesive backing that reflects laser light back to the shooter, creating a highly visible aiming point.
Distant aiming point, 200 meters or more, (100 meters will work if that's all you have).