field gun


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field gun

[′fēld ‚gən]
(ordnance)
Any artillery piece mounted on a carriage for use in the field, for example, a cannon.
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|SWING OUT SISTER: Sea Cadets performing their field gun window ladder semaphore at the Pier Head
Caption: The cannon was produced based on drawings of a Model 1841 6-Pounder Field Gun, and in May it was fired at the Montgomery County Courthouse.
25lbs Weight of the fired by the huge field gun Since arriving Dublin last month Mel has been spotted out with 26-year-old girlfriend Rosalind Ross, who is expecting their child.
To the excitement of the large crowd, the two teams were quite evenly matched as they ran the Field Gun against the clock, disassembling, reassembling and manhandling their replica guns and limbering around the course.
Leading the two-gun celebration was Sgt Martin Hutchby of the Northfield Detachment in South Shields who helped find and restore Vera, a 25-pound field gun built in 1942.
I'm sure some of the South Wales Echo's readers will remember the Royal Navy Field Gun competitions which were part of the Royal Tournament each year until 1999.
I'm sure some of the Western Mail's readers will remember the Royal Navy Field Gun competitions which were part of the Royal Tournament each year until 1999.
The Field Gun Competition originates from the exploits of the Naval Brigade during the Boer War when six naval guns were manhandled from Durban, over 100 miles of arduous terrain to relieve the besieged town of Ladysmith.
A Royal Navy crew manned a field gun and fired a royal salute for the first time in more than 100 years to mark the anniversary of the Queen's coronation.
It is a WWI tank with a field gun. The idea is to use the field gun to fire pennies through the slot in the side of the tank.
The Plymouth VCC Field Gun Teams is travelling to the North West to provide more action and artillery displays.