The mark around your eye when you are "kissed" by the scope of a rifle. Often a shooter will receive a scope kiss when their eye is too close to the scope when the rifle recoil snaps them in the eye.
by P1NK-M1$T May 04, 2009
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When the scope of a rifle "kisses" you after firing the weapon. It is caused by not having the stock of the rifle firmly held against the shoulder to mitigate the recoil upon firing a high-power firearm. The "kiss" is a cut around the eye in the shape of the eyepiece of the scope.
by Tigerazz91 December 07, 2014