gun mount


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gun mount

[′gən ‚mau̇nt]
(ordnance)
An item designed to support a gun.
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With many different gun mounts, Great Day probably makes something that will suit your individual needs.
During the 1DEF 2013 exhibition, Oto Melara presented the latest model of its 40 mm gun mount.
Three Picatinny engineers recently received US flags flown by the 10th Mountain Division helicopter crews over Afghanistan for designing better gun mounts for door and window guns in CH-47 "Chinook" helicopters.
I know I'm often too fast with my gun mount and swing.
Nicas and the 12 men under his command in the gun mount did during and after the attacks.
Mounted guns can also be elevated with ease to cover bridges and overpasses when the Charlie Brown Mount is secured in the most rearward position on the turret without traversing the main gun mount.
The corvette's armament currently is to feature an Oto Melara 76/62mm Super Rapid stealth gun mount, an eight-cell Raytheon Mark 48 vertical launch system for the Evolved Sea Sparrow Missile (ESSM), two Oto Melara 30mm gun mounts equipped with short-range surface-to-air missile launchers, and eight anti-ship missiles (MBDA MM40 Block 2 Exocet or Boeing Harpoon).
Two examples of how castings improved this system are the load arm and the gun mount cradle.
In the heat of the South Pacific, Gross shortened his cot, and squeezed it under the ship's stern gun mount in order to sleep in comfort.
Both the washer and a half-moon retainer piece that attached to the gun mount were missing.
Navy Procurement Agency valued in excess of $600,000 for its MK 437 Gun Mount Control Panels ("GMCP").
Updates to the Mod 4 configuration include a structurally strengthened gun mount and more advanced electronics.