If you want to strike the target's center, of course, you'll hover the tip over the bull's-eye
. This position is called "point on," since you aim your point at the place you want to hit.
Standing at a set distance and shooting groups at bull's-eyes
is not my thing.
They join the existing Bull's-Eye
ranges of hot sauces and barbecue sauces available from all major supermarkets.
1 During its 22-year relationship with Target, PMH created the brand's iconic bull's-eye
. Peterson calls Target "our first love," adding, "We cut our teeth on that brand."
Some front sights are essentially another aperture, making aiming at a round bull's-eye
Any more such news footage from Brize Norton is, alas, just putting a bull's-eye
on the back of all UK tourists.
The cabochon was transparent to semi-transparent, and a bull's-eye
optic figure was easily detected using a standard polariscope.
LET'S PLAY DARTS FOR COMIC RELIEF BBC2 9pm It's time for celebs to aim for the bull's-eye
- but the potential humiliation is all in a good cause.
Orion made a ''bull's-eye
'' splashdown subsequent to a test flight that took it to a zenith height of 3,600 miles and ushered in a new era in deep space exploration, said NASA.
Buyer Vantage Point: Prime space--the so-called bull's-eye
zone--in the eye-level shelves second and third from the top is given to large manufacturers who make arrangements to stand front and center and who leverage the power of their brand recognition to assure sales to the retailer.
We argue that this development pattern leads to an "expanding bull's-eye
effect"--that is, people, their possessions, and infrastructure are increasingly exposed to geophysical hazards as populations grow and spread.
What colour is the bull's-eye
on an archery target?