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light gun

[′līt ‚gən]
(electronics)
A light pen mounted in a gun-type housing.

light gun

A handheld directional signaling device, which emits a brilliant narrow beam of white, green, or red light as selected by the controller. The color and the type of light transmitted are used to approve or disapprove an anticipated action when radio communication is not available. Also called an aldis lamp
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His final score also secured second place in Light Gun, a class where shooters primarily shoot from concrete benches using benchrests.
The light guns handle smoother, faster, better, and are easier to swing and get on target.
Consideration was given to deploying a 105mm L118 Light Gun in the fire role as a sniping gun.
He has served in Bosnia, Kosovo and Iraq, but was injured in 2007 whilst on exercise commanding a 105mm light gun.
Sitting in a car, you don 3D goggles and take control of a light gun, which appears to shoot everything from baseballs to custard pies at on-screen targets themed on the Toy Story movies.
The model features light gun metal 17-inch alloy wheels, front fog lights, chrome front grille, piano black fashion bars and special 'Venture Edition' badging.
In USPSA's Limited Division Abbate shoots a six-inch barreled high-capacity 1911, not a small or light gun by any means, but the weight doesn't bother her.
The 26-year-old, serving with the 4th Regiment Royal Artillery, leads a detachment of male soldiers and is in charge of the Light Gun, which they operate.
While Darkside suffers from being released too soon after the rather similar and slightly better Dead Space: Extraction, it offers enough nostalgic thrills of its own to keep trigger-happy light gun fans more than catered for.
Most hunters will shoot better with a relatively light gun from a ground blind because it's easier to lift quickly and swing through a bird than it is with a heavy gun.
weapon success stories -- the 105mm Light Gun and the 81mm mortar are both British BAE Systems designs which have been adopted by the U.
The film mimics the look and relentless gore of one of those noisy arcade machines which invites players to shoot legions of slavering zombies using a plastic light gun.