Then blinding flames squirted out in all directions from the point of impact
, and the little man who had jumped became, for an instant, a flash of fire and vanished--vanished absolutely.
At the same instant he received a stunning blow on the left side of the back, and from the point of impact
felt a rush of flame through his flesh.
Anything within 100 to 200 miles from the point of impact
would be leveled.
I learned how to regulate the point of impact
many years ago and while it isn't trivial, it isn't that difficult either.
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At 25 yards its point of impact
was about 9 inches from point of aim out at about 7 o'clock.
Lots of people have trouble remembering which way to go, so here's the rule: Adjust the rear sight in the same direction you want to move point of impact
, and the front sight the opposite direction you want to move point of impact
"Brian, because you won the race, everything is rosy, but if you'd been beaten half a length, would it have been so rosy?" Hayes replies: "The part of the track where the point of impact
occurs is a bottleneck.
Clicking, micro-adjustment knobs allow you to adjust the arrow's point of impact
mere millimeters to dead center, and the Sight Ring also offers protection for the five fiber optic pins that feature the company's .019-inch Center Core Pin Technology.
Practice this move a few times to ensure you hear the noise, being careful you don't hear it before or after the normal point of impact
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Is there any way that I can calculate how fast his car was going at the point of impact
? I was turning left, and the guy smashed into my passenger side as I crossed his lane.
It adds that the Port and Naval Police and the National Guard mobilised at sea and in the air to carry out a coordinated search which traced the point of impact
of the aircraft at sea.