Of course, when your offhand
is in play, there's a chance it could wind up in front of the muzzle of your gun.
In thicker timber, whether lodgepole pine in the Rockies or hardwood forests east of the Mississippi, many trees have branch-free boles, handy for impromptu offhand
You don't have to be an Einstein to see that a strong serve to the receiver's offhand
will result in a hanger to your strong hand.
Next, this gun has a Tyrolean stock that is hands-down the best stock for offhand
I've been lucky with other urgent offhand
shots, like the 200-yard poke that tagged an eland dashing through thorn after a hit from a lightweight bullet.
Either way, you must practice, practice, practice shooting offhand
Along with startling descriptions of ancient cures involving red-hot pokers, here we find hilarious offhand
observations (never return "mortified parts" loose to the belly in hernia operations, for example) and flecks of true wisdom ("for every problem there is one solution which is simple, neat and wrong," according to Mencken).
It is a sad commentary on modern standards that Liverpool JMU has chosen to discard its trustees in such an offhand
manner and showed such apparent disdain for people of the stature of Aldham Robarts and Rex Makin who have given somuch time, goodwill, credibility and money to the university in the past.
Turner should be held to account for his offhand
Bill Keller, the executive editor of The Times, approved the photo spread in what appears to have been an offhand
A few offhand
comments by reviewers attempting to be funny could have damaging consequences to otherwise fantastic restaurants.
Sometimes, an offhand
remark gets more feedback than a carefully crafted campaign.