telescopic sight

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telescopic sight

n
(Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a telescope mounted on a rifle, etc, used for sighting
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Noun1.telescopic sight - gunsight consisting of a telescope on a firearm for use as a sighttelescopic sight - gunsight consisting of a telescope on a firearm for use as a sight
gunsight, gun-sight - a sight used for aiming a gun
Translations

telescopic sight

n (on gun) → collimatore m
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While the Germans reportedly obtained 20,000 telescopic sights during the war for issue to snipers, the British were reluctant to add telescopic sights to their rifles because they thought it slowed the rate of fire and when they did attach one, it was in an awkward position on the side of the weapon, which made it difficult to use.
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