elevation indicator

elevation indicator

[‚el·ə′vā·shən ′in·də‚kād·ər]
(ordnance)
A component which presents visually the angle between a fixed reference point and a target in a vertical plane.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The Night-force MOAR has thicker line subtensions than their traditional reticles and is marked with "10", "20" and "30" moa elevation indicators (with "10" and "20" windage indicators), making for extremely rapid, easy-to-view acquisition under field environments.
Six additional fibers are arranged in a see-thru bracket, and the tips are exposed as elevation indicators. The moveable sight bar has a Cool Spool indicator pin.
The Nightforce MOAR has thicker line subtensions than their traditional reticles and is marked with "10", "20" and "30" moa elevation indicators (with "10" and "20" windage indicators), making for extremely rapid, easy-to-view acquisition under field environments.