shootable


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shootable

(ˈʃuːtəbəl)
adj
suitable for being shot
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The surface rust wasn't too bad, probably shootable. We put the guns on the floor of the jeep, my side, and I had a chance to examine them.
Several different aiming options on the four shootable sides allow you to go precise if you wish, or give yourself a bigger bull's-eye for dropping long-range bombs.
Even if it is shootable, I wouldn't place its worth at much more than $350.
Along with a new cylinder, I believe it will be shootable.
At NRAAM, Honor Defense expanded the line with a longer-barreled version still very concealable, but a bit more "shootable." This gun is catching on.
The light recoil and smaller powder charge of the 9mm cartridge make for an incredibly shootable pistol, one on which suppressors are very effective.
It does not take into account how many shootable sides each target offers, the surface area per side or how resistant a particular target material is to slivering or withstanding the elements.
But what the revolver's weight, muzzle brake, and cushioned rubber grips do is make this revolver extremely shootable for the experienced handgunner.
I've heard of people being described as having a slappable face but Chris Brown seems to have more of a shootable one after niteclub incident.
During a bowhunt, one of the first things I do after getting into my stand is to range all deer trails that are "shootable."I also check the distance of distinct, visible markers, such as large trees.
There are many reasons why the Glock line of pistols has been so popular, but to simplify the facts, Glocks are popular because they are so reliable and shootable. When the Glock 17 was introduced in 1985, truly reliable out-of-the-box semi-autos were more the exception than the norm.
"We had been participating in discussions about future research options while continuing to urge Defra to make it clear that it is inappropriate to issue licences for the killing of a native bird of prey to protect a shootable surplus of a non-native gamebird.