crosswire

crosswire

(ˈkrɒsˌwaɪə)
n
(General Engineering) another name for crosshair
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Composite laminated limbs, along with Crosswire string and cables, delivers consistent, powerful (135 foot-pounds of kinetic energy) performance.
Holding the horizontal crosswire just below the backbone would result in solid hits to 300 yards and a bit more.
With one locked atop my test fixture, I tweaked the turrets until the vertical crosswire split a 1/8-inch-wide vivid yellow-on-black vertical line on my 100-yard test grid, finessed the parallax setting to movement free perfection, took a deep breath, and cranked up a hair dryer.
Many accomplished riflemen of the era routinely dropped bucks by knowing how high to hold the crosswire above the deer's back.
and crosswire like a colt would, can't nibble grass.
Included in the Summit Custom Hardwood selection are the Chevron product, which features a surface of precious hardwood atop crosswire small woven strips of Hevea hardwood.
The portraits possessed enough verisimilitude to crosswire neo-expressionism's value systems, thus achieving a knowing postmodern position to which much of the '80s New York art world (in which Robinson was heavily involved as an artist and critic) aspired.
The crossbow features composite limbs, a CNC-machined 7/8-inch Picatinny Rail, a CROSSWIRE String and Cable System and adjustable buttpad.
The note "offset" refers to the fact that the apogee telescopes had a crosswire offset by 0.
The dependences of optical properties of the bi-layer twisted crosswire structure to the structural parameters in infrared region have been studied systematically [11].
Trials utilizing the Terumo Crosswire have demonstrated procedural success in 42% of situations when conventional guide wires have failed17.
Dennis Sammut's has a crosswire with mil hash marks for windage, plus 13 horizontal wires a half mil apart below the main intersection.