long-range

[ lawng-reynj, long- ]SEE DEFINITION OF long-range

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Several times she had been fired at by hunters with long-range rifles.

Both drop their bridle-reins, grasping the repeating, long-range weapons.

Sure, Chuck's got the long-range view and I suppose it's best.

"I don't believe it's much more than long-range firing yet," said the soldier.

The long-range difference, however, will be exceedingly interesting.

Do you want to try one of your long-range shots when we find one of them?

Brick had the glasses—a long-range pair purchased at Bangor.

It was long-range shooting, but two of the brutes were slightly crippled.

He told them all about the new high-powered, long-range rifle which he had ordered.

Hurstwood felt the long-range examination and recognised the type.

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