calibre machine guns

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  • The relatively small calibre machine guns used, however, did not provide adequate defensive firepower.
  • Also added was a traversable turret with either a mountain gun or a large-calibre machine gun.
  • In aircraft, several factors brought about the replacement of rifle-calibre machine guns by autocannon.
  • One area of reported controversy was the decision by the government to only arm the ships with .50 calibre machine guns.
  • Scientific investigation identified the weapon used as possibly a .45 calibre machine gun.
  • There was a low dorsal machine gun turret at mid-chord and three further lower calibre machine guns.
  • The plane was shot down by a large-calibre machine gun and the pilot was killed as his parachute did not open after ejecting.
  • Two rifle-calibre machine guns were no longer enough, especially for defence planners who anticipated a primarily strategic role for airpower.
  • The Japanese had left behind a considerable quantity of material, including a water-cooled .50 calibre machine gun.
  • Also thin armor and presumably large size would make it an easy target for antitank artillery or even large calibre machine guns and autocannons.
  • The ship's armament of light weapons (usually .50 calibre machine guns) were only fitted as needed.
  • According to him, the road leading to Karamakhi was blocked by concrete structures and flanked by high-calibre machine guns.
  • Like other rifle-calibre machine guns, the MAC 34 proved to be too light for combat in World War II.
  • She is armed by a remotely controlled 25mm autocannon, and four crew served Browning fifty calibre machine guns.
  • A base for a 12.7 calibre machine gun was mounted on the top of the cabin.
  • The .50-calibre machine gun mounts were replaced by a pair of Oerlikons later.
  • Usually, the G.3 was not equipped with any weapons, although sometimes light, small calibre machine guns and some hand-released small bombs were fitted to it.
  • A third round then landed nearby, as the M113s returned fire with their .30 and .50 calibre machine-guns.
  • These large biplane bombers carried a ton of bombs, had three turrets, each with a long-range .30 calibre machine gun.
  • Two tanks and a number of jeeps armed with 50-calibre machine guns patrolled the smoke-filled streets as a precaution.
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