Adjusting point | Article about adjusting point by The Free Dictionary
adjusting point[ə′jəst·iŋ pȯint]
A distinctive terrain feature or some portion of the target at or near the center of the area upon which the observer wishes to place fire.
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The rate stabilization and equalization (RSE) rates are set based on a weighted cost of equity (WCE) range of 5.75% to 6.21% with an adjusting point
After repeating the same-size groups several times while adjusting point
of aim and impact, we decided to step back and see what it would do shooting from the rancher's 100-yard bench.
The adjusting point
is changed from FLANK to CENTER.