crosshairs


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Noun1.crosshairs - a center of interest; "the war on terrorism has put Saddam Hussein in the crosshairs"
center of attention, centre of attention, center, centre - the object upon which interest and attention focuses; "his stories made him the center of the party"
colloquialism - a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech
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Illumination is provided by one CR2032 battery, and when activated there is a bright red dot in the center of the crosshairs.
A laser collimator doesn't need crosshairs, so you just need to drill the holes for your laser mounting screws.
What the forensic pathologist doesn't realise is his findings put him in the crosshairs of the Like an Oscar love letter, there's a star buried under make-up, a David-vs-Goliath story and even a big speech at the end.
Each minute subtends clearly on both the horizontal and vertical crosshairs.
This ratio of distance-to-reticle (angle) is consistent with range: At 300 yards the distance from crosshairs to post will subtend 18 inches, at 400 yards 24 inches, at 500 yards 30 inches, and so on.
When a person wears the Digital Crosshairs I-Targeting Monocular, they have visibility around them with one eye and see the crosshairs of their scope with the other eye.
Many are topping their favorite sixgun with red dot sights while others prefer the more traditional scope with a crosshair reticle.
Ali Abunimah, who also published other photos from Mr Ostrovski's closed Instagram account including the crosshair photo below (Source: http://electronicintifada.
Fuller, who had campaigned for Giffords during her re-election and was at the supermarket for her Congress on Your Corner event, blamed Palin for posting crosshairs images on her Facebook page ahead of last year's mid-term elections that targeted even Giffords.
Also in the crosshairs is the school's undergraduate philosophy program, also known as the house that Alain Locke built and the only such stand-alone program at an HBCU.