The standard sight used by the US Army is a Trijicon ACOG (or Advanced Combat Optic Gunsight). The ones they showed in The Hurtlocker WERE NOT what the US Army uses. They WERE the correct ones but the down range view of them was not right. In real life they are much more clear focused and do have cross hairs
1. Do you know about Muslims snipers terrorists that use telescopic sight rifles to knock down airplanes?
Muslims can not shoot worth a damn
2. Telescopic Parentheses
Try it online!The idea for this program is that we make a number of passes over the string. Each time we make a pass we keep track of a counter, we decrement the counter if we encounter a ( and increment it if we encounter a ). If ( brings it to -1 we copy it to the offstack and if ) brings it to zero we copy it to the offstack. Otherwise we just copy a space. We do this as many times as the length of the string starting the counter at 0 the first time and decreasing it each loop. This way we catch the different layers in order. When we are done we just trim characters until we reach a ).
3. How can I build a telescopic driveshaft for a 4x4 quadracycle?
I was thinking a front wheel drive cars drive shaft would work here, a small car will have quite thin drive shafts with a sliding system for bumps etc. A bit of cut and shut would be needed but you sound like you know what youre doing
4. Is loreal telescopic a good mascara?
ITS PRETTY GOOD. IT HAS A VERY SMALL ROUND BRUSH. AND DOES WHAT IT SAYS
5. How big of a telescopic array is needed to spot an Earth-sized planet from four light-months away?
well this is going to toss a wrench in your works -- its not the size of the telescope, its what you can image with it and what magnification you can get. - larger the telescope just lets in more light. How fast you are traveling to something has no bearing on if you can see it or not.
6. Avoiding jams in telescopic tracks
Add a third track that fits inside the moving track, but is fixed to the outer track. That way, objects are always moving from a narrow track to a wider track, regardless of the position of the moving track.Or just make the outer track the one that moves in the first place.
7. can i make my own Telescopic sight scope?
If you do not need magnification, a simple cardboard tube will do. You can put a couple of wires over the far end to give you something to sight to. If you need some magnification (and I think you do not for this sort of "gun", you will need to do something with a pair of magnifying glasses at opposite ends of the tube. You will also have to move the wires to the other end, since they will be fuzzy and out of focus if you put them in front of the front lens. Whichever route you go, the trick to making this work is to have some sort of fine adjustment to the tube. You need two adjustments, one to move the front of the tube side to side, and one to move the front of the tube up and down. Else, you will shoot consistently, but you will miss in the same direction every time.
8. Do you prefer telescopic shock absorbers?
the hell with shocks real men ride ridgids! [less moving parts to brake as well]
9. Convergence of semi-telescopic series $sumlimits_k=1^inftyfrac1k(k1)(k2)$
You can bound each term from above by $k^-3$. Do you know that sum converges? If not, you can bound that from above by the integral of $x^-3$
10. How can I rig telescopic parts to move one at a time?
You may try shape keys, there's Relative to there. And use Dope Sheet in the Shape Keys Editor Mode
11. Has anybody tried the new L'Oreal Telescopic Mascara?
It is AMAZING. If you want length it's definitely the one. It lengthens and defines...is not much of a volumizing mascara. If you want volume layer it with colossal or lashblast. Otherwise this is a great mascara. and often loreal is on BOGO at drugstores so you can get a good deal :D.