coaxial machine gun

coaxial machine gun

[kō′ak·sē·əl mə′shēn ‚gən]
(ordnance)
A machine gun mounted integrally with the primary gun of a tank.
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The RWS-H configuration includes the addition of a coaxial machine gun, anti-tank guided missiles, smoke grenade launchers, an independent commander's weapon sight, laser warning system, and ballistic armor protection with minimal equipment inside the vehicle.
It was a coaxial machine gun for tanks and armored vehicles.
The MGS also has an onboard coaxial machine gun that's fire-controlled.
62-millimeter coaxial machine gun until it was satisfied that any bomb inside was destroyed.
A standard configuration includes coaxial machine gun, commander's sight, and surface-to-surface missile capability.
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By 1974 the M73/219's incredible deficiencies were apparent to everyone, and tests commenced to find a replacement coaxial machine gun for U.
62-mm coaxial machine gun (plus smoke grenade launchers as option).
62-mm coaxial machine gun and two Barrier anti-tank missiles on starboard.