aimpoint

aimpoint

1. A precise point associated with a target and assigned for a specific weapon impact to achieve the intended objective and level of destruction. May be defined descriptively (e.g., vent in center of roof), by grid reference, or geolocation.
2. A prominent radar-significant feature, for example a tip of land, or bridge, used to assist an aircrew in navigating and delivering their weapons (usually in bad weather and/or at night). Also called offset aimpoint (OAP). See also desired mean point of impact; desired point of impact.
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equipment: - 40 pieces reflex sights aimpoint compm4 with assembly tops, - 12 pieces rifle scopes steiner m5xi model hessen with assembly tops, - 40 pieces of shoulder bags according to appendix 4, - 20 pieces of the weapon in accordance with appendix 5, - 20 pieces fixed front handle according to appendix 3, - 12 sets of testing, measuring and special tools in accordance with appendix 14, - 5 sets of revision instructions in accordance with appendix 6, - 12 sets of original equipment parts according to appendix 15.
Every quarter, one winner will be drawn to win an Aimpoint H-2 sight.
He tried, to no avail, in locating a one-piece Picatinny base for mounting an Aimpoint red dot sight.
as well as Washington Dulles Airport, and is big enough to accommodate our growth requirements into the future," said Brian Lisankie, president of Aimpoint.
Aimpoint brought us three new magnifiers including a potent one in 6X, and Leupold took a best-selling scope, made it better and knocked several greenbacks off the asking price.
But the resulting image is not quite as good as a more expensive Aimpoint T-1 or Leupold LCO.
In mid-June 2014 Aimpoint introduced its new Micro-T2 red dot sight, which albeit maintaining most of the Micro-T1 specs is in fact a wholly new sight, at least under the optical profile.
Aimpoint in Sweden were the commercial pioneers, bringing out their Aimpoint Electronic in 1975.
Everyone knows that iPhones and iPads are revolutionary devices that have enabled a level of mobile productivity we haven't seen before," said Mark Bouchard, founder of AimPoint Group.
Therefore, I assume that the Israeli Air Force will have to do things the hard way, targeting many weapons on a single aimpoint in order to burrow through the rock.
Brian Enos used one, built by Frank Glenn if memory serves, under a first generation Aimpoint to win the Cup early in the '80s; that feat, along with contemporary Aimpoint wins in IPSC by Jerry Barnhart, laid the groundwork for the popularity which red-dot optic sights enjoy today.
I like to cover what I am shooting at when using a pistol, much like what is done when an Aimpoint is used on a rifle.