turret mount

turret mount

[′tə·rət ‚mau̇nt]
(ordnance)
A gun mount positioned in the turret of a tank or combat vehicle; power-driven multiple gun turret mounts improve control in tracking aerial targets and also increase firepower.
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Tenders are invited for Supply of Stereo microscope "Dual light stand with built-in base illumination, achromatic objectives 2x and 4x revolving on turret mount, eyepiece 10x and 15x.
Some of those scope bells were larger than others so those needed the higher turret mount.
Within the turret there is a primary magazine containing 30 rounds of ammunition and a further 70 shells are in a secondary magazine contained within the turret mount.
Actually, original German turret mount sniper rifles had the tings soldered to the scopes and Accumounts can supply such types but since this was a faux project I luckily didn't take that route.
The Skyranger turret mount is built around the Millennium gun and has a 252-Ahead-round magazine, ensuring about 20 engagements.
That didn't deter me from buying the rifle, because the fact was that in all my life I had seen nary a German turret mount sniper rifle.
The turret mounts 12 tools on the upper turret and eight on the lower (16 upper, 12 lower optional) using tool holders common to other Mazak models such as the Super Quick Turn series.
While turret mounts may be prevalent, conformal camera systems, such as the Controp Mini-Eye, are also available, usually for the smaller airframes.
As currently produced by ZTS, the one-man operated Cobra turret mounts an electrically controlled 30 mm, dual-feed 2A42 cannon (with selectable 200, 300 or 500 round-per-minute firing rates) and a coaxial 800 rpm 7.
The central turret mounts a 41-calibre 155 mm tube and an automatic loader with 23 ready rounds, giving a burst fire capability of three rounds in 20 seconds.