concrete gun

concrete gun

A spray gun used in applying freshly mixed concrete; compressed air forces the concrete along a flexible hose and through a nozzle.
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Each defensive position was encircled by barbed-wire entanglements and minefields, and enclosed at least one large concrete gun emplacement protected by concrete dugouts linked together by underground passages.
President Donald Trump tweeted his condolences after the shooting Monday, but it appeared unlikely that any concrete gun legislation would be implemented.
If there were concrete gun control, there'd be no need for this law or discussion.
The Dragon is a medium-range guided missile used to take out armoured vehicles, fortified bunkers and concrete gun emplacements.
The 14-acre outdoor venue that's home to Hip Pocket Theatre used to be a shooting range and is still dotted with concrete gun rests and a labyrinth of berms.
Gun emplacements had been set up in 1855 to defend Hartlepool and in 1859-60 they were improved with the addition of the new Heugh battery, which was virtually rebuilt in 1899-1900 to include circular concrete gun emplacements, magazine complex, command post, barracks, cookhouse, stores and workshops.
Other beaches were all part of the Atlantic Wall, a network of concrete gun emplacements, machine gun nests, tank traps and mines, barbed wire and booby traps that the Germans had built up since 1940.
Meanwhile, the application of precision guidance systems to lightweight rockets has reduced warload requirements in some missions, but helicopter armament may now have to deal with a much wider range of targets, such as mud forts, concrete gun emplacements and boats, rather than just armoured fighting vehicles.
Two concrete gun houses and a battery observation point were built and its large Victorian sash windows replaced.