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- n. Plural form of sight.
- n. the things worth seeing in a particular place
- n. the devices through which one looks in order to aim a rifle or similar weapon
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of sight.
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- n. an optical instrument for aiding the eye in aiming, as on a firearm or surveying instrument
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Walking back into his sights is the worst thing that's ever happened to Cassie.
The lines of her face were hard and rude, like that of persons accustomed to see without sympathizing in sights of misery.
Its got a fuse 6 arrow quiver, fuse 5 pin sights that have a light to show up better, 3in. stabilizer, and a fall away rest.
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I think that pin sights are as advanced as bows need to get.
Now our lighted pin sights go out to 80 …. just silly.
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In an attempted concession to the sizable number of archers who registered their opposition to the move, commissioners amended the original plan to ban magnifying, telescopic sights from the crossbows and set a sunset date that would remove legalization of crossbows on June 30, 2012, unless future commissioners reauthorize their use.