saluting gun

saluting gun

[sə′lüd·iŋ ‚gən]
(ordnance)
Cannon used for firing salutes.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Quantities sought are: 20mm oerlikon gun 5,000 rounds, 40mm bofor gun 500 rounds, 3.5 inch saluting gun 500 rounds.
3 The Kings Troop This year, the big attractions in the main ring will be the incredible Kings Troop, Royal Horse Artillery - the Queen's ceremonial Saluting Battery of superb equestrian soldiers trained to drive a team of six horses pulling the World War I '13 pounder' state saluting guns at high speeds.
Then, at 3pm - the moment Prime Minister Winston Churchill broadcast the news of the German surrender to the nation - saluting guns from The King's Troop Royal Horse at Wellington Barracks Parade Square and The Honourable Artillery Company at the Tower of London rang out to mark the beginning of the two-minute silence.
This is not because of the glitter of ceremonial uniforms, the crash of saluting guns or the roar of planes flashing by in tight formation.
The hull is painted black with two white stripes in reference to the two gun decks of the original ships the design is based on, but she carries only two 6pdr saluting guns in pivot mountings on the deck, forward of the mainmast.
They are the Queen's ceremoni al Saluting Battery of equestrian soldiers, trained to drive a team of six horses that pulled the First World War "13-pounder' state saluting guns around the show ground.