crosshairs


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crosshairs

Crossed wires or etched lines on a reticule in the focal plane of the telescope of a surveying instrument.
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With the center crosshairs sighted at 200 yards, groups at 500 yards centered four to five inches low using the 500-yard aiming point.
We were fortunate to have an afternoon with almost no wind, so I held the 1,000-yard crosshair on the upper third of the face.
With a fixed bipod on uneven ground it seems the crosshairs are always canted a bit.
When I started shooting as a little kid in the 1960's, most hunting scopes still had plain crosshairs, useless for reticle range estimation.
Digital Crosshairs I-Targeting Monocular will be available on the company website www.
Many are topping their favorite sixgun with red dot sights while others prefer the more traditional scope with a crosshair reticle.
Ali Abunimah, who also published other photos from Mr Ostrovski's closed Instagram account including the crosshair photo below (Source: http://electronicintifada.
That map I saw that she published on the Internet had crosshairs on it and one of them was meant for Gabrielle Giffords," he added.
Scope includes 3-post crosshairs, period markings and is factory collimated with a pre-setting of zero/300.
Israel's Centrist Kadima Party in the Crosshairs Over Livni, Mofaz Rift