beavertail


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beavertail

[′be·vər‚tāl]
(electromagnetism)
Fan-shaped radar beam, wide in the horizontal plane and narrow in the vertical plane, which is swept up and down for height finding.
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The rig used a 4 1/2-inch Durabit drill bit and eight-inch Beavertail backreamer.
6) The Hidden Valley Nature Trail covers a mile loop, runs past beavertail cactus and is surrounded by bouldres prime for climbing.
The trigger "reach," from where the web of your hand meets the underside of the beavertail, to the front surface of the trigger, is 2.
It's an easy fix: 10 minutes or less of work on the beavertail internals with a hand file, but as this is a loaner gun I refrained from hacking on it with hand tools.
The Rock Island 10mm VZ Tactical II features an ambidextrous safety, extended beavertail, full magazine well, adjustable low-profile rear sight, fiber optic front sight, full guide rod and VZ grips.
BEAVERTAIL builds mud motors to fit almost any application for mud-slinging performance.
Models 135 and 150 Fixed Gooseneck Beavertail Trailers were introduced by Landoll Corporation.
The MAC 1911 includes an enhanced beavertail grip safety, combat trigger as well as dovetail front sight and fully adjustable Novak-type rear.
This pistol has the most nicely blended beavertail I've seen in years.
Modern buyers take for granted that an up-to-date 1911 will have a flared and lowered ejection port, a beavertail grip safety, a big (or big-enough) thumb safety and other details.
Also new is the R350CR, a compact 1911 with Picatinny rail, beavertail grip safety, ambidextrous thumb safety, commander-style hammer, skeleton trigger and checkered front strap.
Beavertail builds custom aluminum boats to complement the company's mud motors and to serve the requirements of duck hunters.