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wind·age

(win'dăj),
Internal injury with no surface lesion, caused by collision with the pressure of compressed air or with an object propelled by compressed air.
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The spring-loaded bearings positioned opposite the windage and elevation adjustment dials served to counter their force on the erector tube, thereby assuring constant reticle alignment.
1 mrad) ELEVATION ADJUSTMENT RANGE 34 mils @ 100m WINDAGE ADJUSTMENT RANGE 15 mils @ 100m LENGTH 13.
Give it four minutes left windage," Don added, as the breeze picked up.
Other features include completely protected fiber optics, stainless steel pins, second- and third-axis adjustment and clickable micro-adjust windage and elevation tuning.
They want fast power change rings, smaller windage and parallax dials, and shorter, lighter scopes.
The system is now standard on the 556 SWAT and Classic models, and provides four stations for accurate engagement at varying distances-including CQB, 100 meters, 200 meters, and 300 meters-all with tool-less windage and elevation adjustment.
The Arrow Tamer[TM] fits any bow and is easy to tune; simply adjust for arrow diameter, fletching clearance, and windage, and you're ready to hunt.
Another of the many other features is the Windage Lock Button, that when engaged will not allow the micro-adjustable windage knob to turn.
German scopes for the most part are adjustable only for elevation (there are exceptions), but windage is crudely adjustable with their mounting systems.
The optics include positive 1/4 MOA windage and elevation clicks on low-profile knobs with reset-to-zero function, side-wheel focus, fast-focus eyepiece adjustment and multicoated lenses with the reticle in the first focal plane.
The Rifleman, with the Rifleman Ballistics Reticle, retails for $275, and includes the Leupold fully coated lens system-for the clear, bright view Leupold aficionados are familiar with, along with windage and elevation adjustments in half-MOA increments, and a total adjustment range of 52 MOA for each.