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automatic gun

[¦ȯd·ə¦mad·ik ′gən]
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Superior powder coating coverage is achieved with the Sure Coat automatic gun with Select Charge technology.
Additional evidence included a small automatic gun, daggers, several oversized, multi-surfaced knives, nunchukas and martial arts throwing stars.
Deadly: Tiny automatic gun can fit in the palm of a hand; Gunned down: Alistair
In other Voith news: The company has invested in what it says is the world's largest suction roll shell automatic gun drilling machine in St.
A DANGEROUS semi- automatic gun disappeared as arrangements were being made to export it to the USA, Coventry magistrates heard.
The fully automatic gun system is capable of firing up to 220 rounds per minute at a distance of up to 10.
The Automatic Gun Fire Prevention Act, introduced yesterday, would ban certain devices used to convert semi-automatic weapons into fully automatic weapons.
Upon visiting the scene members of the police force found evidence of the gun shots possibly fired from an automatic gun.
Sources said every school will be provided state of the art automatic gun valuing Rs 150000 .
The Ministry statement said a booby-trapped belt and an automatic gun were found in posession of "another person who was detained," adding that a second automatic rifle, carried by the bomber, was confiscated.
Crewmen, just because you don't plan to fire your Bradley's M242 automatic gun doesn't mean it's OK to leave the ammo chutes disconnected.
Astonishingly, witnesses claim to have seen women in the car as it screeched to a halt outside the Uniseven barber's shop in Birchfield Road, Aston, before its passengers showered the premises with automatic gun fire.

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