air shooting

air shooting

[′er ‚shüd·iŋ]
(geophysics)
In seismic prospecting, the technique of applying a seismic pulse to the earth by detonating a charge or charges in the air.
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Newcastle-based Toby, 12, clinched two silver medals and a bronze at the Denmark Open Air shooting competition in Vildjberg.
With schools closed for the summer, many young people from the garrison city have thronged Ayub National Park to try their hand at archery, air shooting and paintball.
Grounds for archery and air shooting, as well as a paintball field, have been added to the national park by the Army Heritage Foundation and cater to people predominantly between the ages of six and 25.
He finished third in the Junior Under 21 Men's Air Rifle Event at the Scottish Air Shooting Open Championships in Edinburgh and won the Scottish Indoor Championships with a score of 197/200, as well as the Scottish University Indoor Grand Prix Series Rifle Event.
They added that the SDF forces have detained a large number of civilians and tried to stop popular uprisings in al-Mashlab district of Abi bin Ka'ab region by air shooting.
He said the political agent Khyber Agency was recommended to upgrade the same so that along with skeet shooting, air-rifle, air pistol and 9MM air shooting could be organized in FATA.
Tokyo, Oct.3 ( ANI ): An 'air shooting camera' equipped with GPS (global positioning system) technology was unveiled yesterday at Tokyo International Fire and Safety Exhibition.
According to legend, when Bader was not in the air shooting down the enemy he was on the ground enjoying a joke with his crew.