other words for long-range
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
One was shot by a blacksmith on a millpond with a long-range Sharp's rifle, and many of the neighbors went far to see it.
Brick had the glasses—a long-range pair purchased at Bangor.
Others were needed for the voyage of the main force, others to cover the aerial attacks and the long-range bombardments.
And now, in the semi-darkness, they became aware that they were being fired at by a long-range gun on the German craft.
He followed the lion, and wounded him with a long-range shot.
Paris, though embittered by the new form of attack, refused to be frightened by the long-range shells.
Anyone who knows anything of shooting knows the high art and scientific knowledge required for long-range rifle practice.
It was a long-range shot, but there could not have been one better aimed.
A long-range gun twenty miles away was demolished when its ammunition blew up shortly before firing.
Our long-range problem, then, is not the stamina of our enormous engine of production.