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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The Wilson beavertail frame cut is simpler, a constant radius, but your hand will sit a little lower on the gun.
SAFETY: extended beavertail grip, extended ambidextrous thumb
The second core created the cavity for the tube delivery, which also incorporates a mounting hole for the beavertail.
The beavertail on the Range Officer appears to use a Wilson frame cut, which makes sense given its price point.
Early models came with a walnut semi splinter forend but some later models were supplied with a beavertail style forend.
Beavertail surface-drive backwater motors are built around aircraft aluminum frames, reducing the motor's weight without sacrificing strength and durability.
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.
When shooting fast-paced clay target games where the barrels heat up quickly and stay hot, I prefer the beavertail forearm because it prevents my hand from touching the sides of the barrels.
We even have a native beavertail cactus blooming in brilliant carmine pink - look but don't touch.
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.