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The gun-sight graphic is featured in the center of the steering wheel and there are silver Bullitt nameplates on the door sills.
The Corps just purchased 104,000 of the TA-31 rifle combat optic gun-sights, says Curt Monnig, manager of Trijicon, which supplies the devices.
It's not just the scene of police in armoured vehicles, dressed in battle fatigues, military issue helmets and gas masks staring down demonstrators through the gun-sights of their high-powered weapons.
Groups that simply provide information and counseling have come under the gun-sights of zealots, and a witch-hunt has ensued.
And after the highly publicised failures of organisations like HMRC, even the smallest organisation is now potentially in the gun-sights of the Information Commissioner.
Six months ago I was writing an article on electronic optical gun-sights, visible lasers, weaponlights and IR aiming and illumination units for military rifles, and predicting some smart outfit was going to combine these goodies into one neatly integrated system with shared ergonomic controls.
New depths were reached recently when Sierra Stiles, a girl of 8, killed a black bear that had the ill fortune to come into the child's gun-sights on the first day of the state's hunting season.
But a catch 22 will mean they continue to be in gun-sights throughout the year.
SAS soldiers waiting to ambush IRA gunmen were stunned when ALIENS walked in front of their gun-sights, it was claimed yesterday.