windgauge

Related to windgauge: wind gage
Translations
barosanème

windgauge

[ˈwɪndgeɪdʒ] Nanemómetro m
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After all, this isn't 15X Tactical Special with ranging windgauge reticle, it is meant to replicate a period scope.
Lewis-Francis clocked 9.97 seconds at the 2001 World Championships in Edmonton, when a faulty windgauge meant the teenager's time could not officially count as a personal best, and he matched that time in Sheffield a year later but it was wind-assisted.
Models range from match-grade vernier tang and windgauge front sights, to open, sporting tang, and globe front sights for hunting.