standing leaf

standing leaf

An inactive leaf of a door, bolted in a closed position.
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An express-type rear sight offers a standing leaf marked "50/200" and three folding leafs marked from 300 to 500 yards.
It was observed in this and other forests in the region that standing leaf litter tends to be sparse in areas invaded by L.
Anyway, the express sights which consisted of one standing leaf and three folding were still largely unregulated.
Mr Robert Campbell, a long standing LEAF demonstration farmer in Cleveland, said the system was an example of good practice in the use of computers on farms.
A very fine front bead with a flip-up ivory twilight bead complements the most interesting rear barrel sight I've seen: a standing leaf regulated for 100 yards coupled with three folding leafs delicately engraved in 100-yard increments.
Nelson then added an island rear sight ramp with a single standing leaf, a barrel band sling stud, and a barrel band front sight ramp featuring both a gold bead and a flip-up ivory night sight.
Furthermore, the rifle was elegantly set up for a scope, using quick-detach claw-type mounts backed up by fine iron sights with a standing leaf and one folding leaf.

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