pointable

pointable

(ˈpɔɪntəbəl)
adj
able to be pointed or pointed out
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It was compact, light (but not too light), and, with an overall length of only 7.6 inches, extremely pointable.
My personal favorite is a 20 gauge over-and-under with 30-inch barrels as I find longer barrels more pointable.
But it certainly helps to have an extremely pointable, extremely controllable pistol when you have to fire two shots perfectly to save a brother's life in one-half of one second.
Even better, the R1 Hunter fits my long-fingered hands nicely, provides a positive grip and is well balanced and quite pointable. The R1 has an adjustable trigger that came from the factory with a five-pound pull and a crisp, clean break.
It boasts a 1-inch profile and an instinctively pointable 18-degree grip angle.
In addition, a pair of Continental sensors (lidar and radar) are mounted on pointable bases, enabling Boss to "turn its head" to look long distances down cross streets and merging roads.
Spirit can communicate directly with Earth via either the pointable high-gain antenna or, at a slower data rate, through a low-gain antenna that does not move.
We have reports of 300 tickets set for trial per hour and defendants with hundreds of pointable citations for violations where another person was operating their vehicle.
Overall, I think it's more naturally pointable. It's a winner."
Features include field-replaceable pointable mirrors, four mounting options, and three coverage options, allowing a variety of installations.
The satellite-mounted cameras are "pointable" and user instructions can be sent to take the shot from an angle to show a desired side of a building.
(96) Satellite providers such as SPOT and IKONOS are taking advantage of the interest in commercial satellite applications by providing features such as global coverage, pointable sensors, spatial resolution ranging from 1 to 10 meters, and high spectral resolution.