beavertail


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beavertail

[′be·vər‚tāl]
(electromagnetism)
Fan-shaped radar beam, wide in the horizontal plane and narrow in the vertical plane, which is swept up and down for height finding.
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This approach costs less than buying and installing a modern beavertail grip safety.
There are gold accents on the DW logo found on the beavertail safety and the "50th" marking on the recoil spring plug.
The Wilson beavertail frame cut is simpler, a constant radius, but your hand will sit a little lower on the gun.
knife design also incorporated better protection for the anhydrous ammonia tubes and beavertail, which were subcomponents prone to wear.
A beavertail also prevents hammer bite if you have big hands.
Included in the standard equipment list are huge 10-foot rod/gun boxes, a heavy-duty rub rail cap, and Beavertail's patent-pending floatation pods.
Lower greenschist-facies metasedimentary rocks of the Middle Cambrian Conanicut Group occur in and around Beavertail State Park, Rhode Island.
Aeon Marine took control of Beavertail Skiffs and got off to a fast start.
In yet another picture, Obama is seen purchasing the Canadian hot pastry called a beavertail in an Ottawa market.
The two types of forearms are splinter and beavertail; the latter is an American invention.
The IDB-HD series trailer features a double-break beavertail for lower loading angles and an equalizer self-leveling system for level loading and transportation.