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Hawk-Eye

n
(General Sporting Terms) trademark an optical ball-tracking device used as an aid to commentators in certain sports, and as an officiating tool in major tennis tournaments
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Last month, Shot Spot (Carrollton, Ga.) National Sales Manager Chase Chambers predicted the indoor shooting business is set to grow "tremendously" this year.
In the picture titled Alfie n' Eeyore, Alfie the rabbit shows Eeyore the donkey just who is the cutest, while the same little critter has been spotted hanging out with all sorts of other soft toys in the shot Spot the Bunny.
With the challenger from the Czech Republic out of the race, 6-1 shot Spot Thedifference collared 50-1 outsider Star Performance for a three-quarter-length success.
Enda Bolger ruled supreme in the La Touche Cup when taking it for the seventh time with 3-1 shot Spot Thedifference.
More to the point, the gun shot spot on, just as it had before, and now a shot went off with every pull of the trigger again.
Gillis, who learned photography on the job, shot spot news and sports until his retirement in the mid-1980s.
Kel-Tec announces its first-ever range and stocking dealer program in a strategic alliance with Shot Spot, a Carrollton, Ga.-based wholesale distributor.
We don't have the hype built up during the Obama years, and Republican control has helped normalize the market, but there are still challenges," said John Paulk Jr., CEO of Shot Spot in Carollton, Ga.
With availability of product not being an issue, we'll keep a more streamlined, comprehensive inventory--allowing us to provide our customers with a great product selection before buying," said John Paulk Jr., president of Shot Spot in Carrollton, Ga.
John Paulk, Jr., president of Shot Spot in Carrollton Ga., highlighted the importance of carrying products for the law enforcement segment of his business.
Shot Spot is on the AcuSport CLX (Customer Link Exchange) system and it helps us manage inventory and turns of inventory through auto replenishment.
Zenith Quest Corporation, through its subsidiary Zenith Firearms, and Shot Spot have jointly developed the Zenith Hero Program--providing military personnel, L.E.