CROSSHAIRS


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CROSSHAIRSCounter Rocket-Propelled Grenade and Shooter System with Highly Accurate Immediate Responses (US DoD)
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Realign the scope crosshairs on the target bullseye again.
At 10X, the image in the scope blacked out before the crosshairs stopped moving.
This product was requested by at a Georgia Gun Show by a Pulsar Digital Scope owner who wanted to have the same WiFi and digital LCD display capabilities on his scope as those found on the Digital Crosshairs night vision scope adapter kits.
It is the same problem you have with a plain crosshair when holding above the target for elevation.
Washington, Jan 14 (ANI): Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin's critics have posted a four-minute video and 'hate messages' on her tweeter page, suggesting that she should be "shot" or "assassinated" because of her crosshairs posts ahead of last year's mid-term polls that they think led to the Arizona shootings.
Hamshahri was put in the censor's crosshairs when it published a Page One ad for tourism to India; the ad included a photo of a major tourist site in New Delhi, the uniquely designed Lotus Temple.
The Shoot-N-C "X" targets feature a crosshair design overlay on the face of the target that simulates the crosshairs on a scope.
Who knows where their comedy crosshairs will be trained?
Entitled Target: In the Crosshairs of Bill and Hillary Clinton, the book will reveal the alleged intimidation that Willey faced after her claims that she was assaulted by Clinton in the Oval Office.
The much deserved death of Yassin comes exactly three years after the death of 10-month-old Shalhevet Pass, who died after being shot while in the crosshairs of the careful and deliberate aim of a Palestinian sniper in Hebron.
The pendulum crosshair isn't very visible, and unless painted with fluorescent paint it could be confused with the other crosshairs for ground shooting.
It was equally bizarre for a bohemian like Dorothy Day to become a fervent Catholic, or for a comfortable conservative bishop like Oscar Romero to crawl out onto the limb of justice and into the crosshairs of an assassin.