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One of the outstanding features found on the Tactical Response shotgun is its Trak-Lock ghost ring sight developed by Scattergun Technologies to meet rigid mandatory sight drop test established by the Border Patrol.
adopted scattergun to player Let's be honest, United won the title last season simply because Robin van Persie scored 30 goals.
I'm not one to have just a scattergun approach to my signings,'' he said.
Although most rating operators will offer a genuine no win: no fee service to clients, the system is open to abuse so the unwitting ratepayer needs to be able to discriminate between the proper professional service and the scattergun approach of the cowboy operator.
What converts an upland or waterfowling scattergun into a varminter is the load.
Champion trainer Paul Nicholls is going for the scattergun tactics with 10 of the 102 initial entries for the John Smith's Grand National as he bids to land the one big chase that has escaped the Ditcheat Maestro's clutches.
The scattergun roster of MCs rarely come across as deep thinkers, but the chirpy delivery serves their audience well.
There is no general theme to the material, but the random nature and scattergun approach is a big part of the show's success and helps maintain a fast pace.
And the Manchester United boss clearly does not think much of their scattergun recruitment policy.
However, he is facing criticism for being a lightning rod for the anger and fears of his apparent constituency, at the same time being a scattergun of accusations of racism in front of the media.
The hackers are becoming smarter," said Carl Leonard, Websense's senior research manager, "exchanging the traditional scattergun approach for carefully considered attacks.
They too deployed a scattergun approach to the main meal (the clue's in the title) but everything, right down to the dressing up as pantomime dames (think two fat Kenny Everetts .