CROSSBOW


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CROSSBOWComputerized Retrieval of Organic Structures Based on Wiswesser
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At 1am Hughes handed the crossbow and the bolts to officers through an open window and was then detained under the mental health act.
About five years ago, super-light crossbow triggers were the rage.
I was surprised at the crispness and didn't learn until later that most crossbow triggers aren't that nice.
The acquisition of Ravin positions Velocity Outdoor to more fully capitalise on the sizeable crossbow market, further diversify its customer base and take advantage of the product and market expertise inside of Ravin.
Orange's owner suspects a neighbor surnamed Peng, who owns a crossbow, intentionally shot the cat.
At the High Court in Glasgow, Gowans was jailed for three years and nine months after he pled guilty to firing the crossbow.
The crossbow, which was purchased on a website in the UK, will be tested by the National Ballistics Intelligence Service to show the damage that it could cause.
"I have no doubt that, as a crossbow with 80lbs of draw power, these could easily be used to seriously injure or cause fatality to other people.
Two ducks have recently been shot at Cosmeston Lakes Country Park in Penarth with what is believed to be a crossbow.
A toothpick for ammunition may not seem particularly dangerous, but when swapped with a metal needle, the crossbow becomes a weapon.
Among the many criteria to consider when buying a crossbow are: mass weight, balance for handling and aiming, axle-to-axle width, overall length, speed, accuracy, cocking mechanism, trigger pull and price.