crosswire

crosswire

(ˈkrɒsˌwaɪə)
n
(General Engineering) another name for crosshair
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At 24X, the crosswire had gyrated like a fly on a hot window!
The Barnett RAZR ($1,600; www.barnettcrossbows.com) uses reverse cams on its custom composite laminated limbs, as well as a CROSSWIRE string and cable system and reverse-cam technology to produce a blazing 400 fps arrow speed and 142 foot-pounds of kinetic energy.
Highlights include a CNC-machined 7/8" picatinny rail, custom composite laminated limbs, 12.5" power stroke, CROSSWIRE' string and cable system, and a 5-1 safety system and trigger system.
Other features include a smooth, tough aluminum flight track; Crosswire Strings; and Whiplash Cams to ensure smoother, faster, quieter and more precise shots.
Fine Line's excellent Hunter crosswire sight is also sturdy - a composite of aluminum alloy, brass and steel.
Military MIL-dot, the space between dots on a crosswire is equal to one mil.
Barnett uses BCY's DF 97 material for the Crosswire string and cables.
Dennis Sammut's has a crosswire with mil hash marks for windage, plus 13 horizontal wires a half mil apart below the main intersection.
The crosswire quartered his shoulder; I almost pressed the trigger.
However, an increasing number of bowhunters prefer a sturdy crosswire model like the Fine-Line Hunter or PSE Mongoose 107.
Holding the horizontal crosswire just below the backbone would result in solid hits to 300 yards and a bit more.
Other highlights include a stow-away underarm support, stock-integrated skinning knife, adjustable butt pad, pass-through foregrip and finger reminders for added safety, anti-dry fire trigger and CROSSWIRE string and cable system.