gun line

gun line

[′gən ‚līn]
(ordnance)
For a single aircraft gun, the axis of the bore extended; for multiple guns, it is the mean gun line.
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With TOP GUN SPORTING, Federal's Top Gun line has been specifically designed for sporting clays.
Johnson sends a message to the gun line, "Gun 2, fire mission."
While fires are not principally used for counterfire, OFTs instill confidence in the local population that we are protecting in the area, impact hostile forces, and maintain crew proficiency on the gun line as they conduct drills and rehearsals in preparation for routine fire missions.
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It is a Pecheneg, a modern replacement for the long-serving PK machine gun line, a Soviet and Russian staple since the 1960s.
The international venture opened its Atlantic Marksmen unit in Gulfport late last year and now it is adding a custom gun line to its ammunition manufacturing and distribution business.
Since 2002, calls to the State Police Permit and License Unit, sometimes referred to as the "Gun Line," are up over 350 percent.
Remember, dogs with the beaters or retrieving behind the gun line have to be perfectly mannered.
Lincoln Electric reports its Magnum[R] PRO welding gun line is featured in a single comprehensive product catalog designed to help customers find the ideal gun for their welding application.
For those who need more horsepower, the Kit Gun line also includes a pair of seven-shot.22 Magnums.
Paslode's CR175C Cordless Roofing Nailer ($489) is the newest member of its trim and framing gun line. No hoses needed; the nailer is powered by a rechargeable battery, which ignites gas from an onboard cartridge.