shooting plane

shooting plane

In carpentry, a light side plane for squaring or beveling the edge of a board; used with a shooting board.
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The one-piece stock also features a pistol grip and a wider forearm section with a flare to keep the shooter's hand away from the shooting plane. Darton also managed to shave half a pound of weight compared to the 2010 model.
Tritium pins, and are double slotted to allow zero pin gap, with all pins held on the same shooting plane. The 2000 has the smart feature of holding larger diameter pins for closer ranges, say 20 yards, at the top of the rack.
Geodetic service, checking of shooting planes, leveling of embankments and side protection, as-built inventory of the elements made.
The sounds of the engines, the clang of the bells are heard throughout the ship between the bang of the catapult shooting planes off the deck and the arresting wires catching those planes as they return safely after their sorties.
The Germans were shooting planes out of the sky all the time.