telescopic sight

  1. gunsight consisting of a telescope on a firearm for use as a sight
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How To Use telescopic sight In A Sentence

  • The gang fitted out the tunnel with roof supports, lighting and heavy bags for removing soil, and used telescopic sights to gauge their route. Times, Sunday Times
  • Though the landscapes are superb, they are all too often seen only through your telescopic sights. Times, Sunday Times
  • The gun is fitted with a trunnion mounted telescopic sight for direct firing up to 3,000m.
  • Looking down a telescopic sight? Times, Sunday Times
  • Any decent shot with telescopic sights could pick us off at random.
  • Their weapons had telescopic sights. THE HUNTING OF MAN
  • The British telescopic sights were very poor. THE HUNTING OF MAN
  • The rifle comes with a telescopic sight.
  • He scorned all modern appliances for shooting, such as telescopic sights or automatic rifles; he invariably used a short double-barrelled rifle, and his exceptionally keen sight rendered glasses unnecessary. Im Weltkriege. English
  • Returns from his hunting enabled him to fit a suppressor and a telescopic sight to his Vickers rifle.
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