In December 1914 the Militia Department asked the government for approval to purchase 832 Warner & Swasey (W&S) telescopic sights
The advent of the telescopic sight
collapsed distance--literal and moral--and added to the destabilization of place in the modern psyche.
In the Small Arms Firing Regulations of 1904 and 1906, the army authorized the use of telescopic sights
by " .
Also in the haul was a Wolfer semi-automatic rifle, worth pounds 600, and a pounds 2,250 Remmington rifle, both fitted with silencers and telescopic sights
, and a large quantity of bullets and other ammunition.
In his spare time, Hooke was an inveterate instrument maker who had designs for barometers, telescopic sights
, calculating machines, and watches.
The army is shooting at empty areas, instead of destroying the places from where a sniper sees a baby in his telescopic sights
and murders her in cold blood.
do the same thing for handguns as they do for rifles-- allow more precise shot placement than either iron or dot sights.
Police seized a powerful machine gun and a rifle fitted with telescopic sights
and silencer in a raid yesterday on the offices of a loyalist political party in Northern Ireland.
Activity such as this is part of the endless parade of changes that make Jupiter one of most dynamic telescopic sights
were first accepted by the military and police for special purposes, notably long-range work.
In particular, he wanted a high-powered rifle with telescopic sights
or some other weapon that could be used to kill Castro from a distance," FitzGerald later recounted.
Weaver had not only been a leading supplier of telescopic sights
, but also one of the most prolific manufacturers of one of the most popular combinations of scope sight bases and rings ever offered to the shooting public.