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machine guns   (makinalı tüfekler)

The patrol vessel is armed with two machine guns.

The Germans, armed with machine guns, attacked.

The 57mm guns were replaced with machine guns.

mm guns   (mm silahlar)

The two twin 14.5 mm guns are manually operated.

L-Towers were , usually armed with four quadruple 20 mm guns.

It is also armed with two 37 mm guns.

field guns   (sahra silahları)

Russian field guns were mostly used with direct fire.

Later four of the guns were used as field guns at Hastings.

5, and seven field guns.

heavy guns

This changed from the Type 1936 onwards, which mounted heavy guns.

They even used elephants to carry heavy guns across the mountains.

A bridge was ready by 29 October and the heavy guns crossed the river.

guns mounted   (toplar monte edildi)

"Britannia" had four 40-calibre guns mounted in twin-gun turrets fore and aft.

They were also armed with two Breda-SAFAT machine guns mounted above the engine cowling.

The increased armament comprised three .50 caliber machine guns mounted in each wing panel.

naval guns

In 1916 the 8.8 cm guns were replaced by three 10.5 cm SK L/45 naval guns.

Battleships sacrificed speed for armour and heavy naval guns ( or larger).

They had greater range and precision than naval guns, making them highly effective.

submachine guns

Some types of matches allow carbines or submachine guns.

Weapons range from submachine guns to rifles to rocket launchers.

Unit-level weapons are submachine guns, shotguns and assault rifles.

guns in single

"G132", , , and were equipped with four SK L/55 guns in single gun mounts.

Her secondary armament consisted of four QF Mk V anti-aircraft (AA) guns in single mounts.

It carried five 40-calibre quick-firing (QF) guns in single mounts protected by gun shields.

cm guns

In 1916 the 8.8 cm guns were replaced by three 10.5 cm SK L/45 naval guns.

was equipped with two of the 5.2 cm guns and one gun, while had three 5.2 cm guns and one 8.8 cm gun.

main guns   (ana silahlar)

She quickly withdrew, using her main guns to keep the destroyers at bay.

In summer, her main guns were replaced with 18 Type 96 25-mm antiaircraft guns.

guns were mounted

It has a flat roof, where guns were mounted.

Mk XI guns were mounted on: Mk XII guns were mounted on:

heavy machine guns

It brought up some Bofors sections to act as heavy machine guns.

in med-November During a 2-hour battle in Lawder and Jaar, AQAP stole heavy machine guns and supplies from Hizam troops.

Strong points armed with heavy machine guns were set up around the island, particularly around the island's two airports.

caliber guns   (kalibre silahlar)

They were the first to carry the new /50 caliber guns.

Each fort had three large guns and 20 small caliber guns.

The gun armament was the same as the "Smith" class, with five /50 caliber guns.

guns were replaced

The 57mm guns were replaced with machine guns.

In 1916 the 8.8 cm guns were replaced by three 10.5 cm SK L/45 naval guns.

In summer, her main guns were replaced with 18 Type 96 25-mm antiaircraft guns.

guns were removed

In 1938-1939 all of Fort Strong's four remaining 10-inch guns were removed and scrapped.

These guns were removed in 1919; one was scrapped and one remains as a memorial in Ansonia, Connecticut.

These guns were removed in January 1918 when the boats were declared obsolete and resumed training duties.

guns fired

These guns fired a similar 1.75 kg shell at a muzzle velocity of .

These guns fired a shell over .

The battle began on March 5th, as mountain guns fired 40 rounds of shrapnel into the crater.

light machine guns   (hafif makineli tüfekler)

It initially produced AK-47 automatic rifles and light machine guns, as well as maintenance.

The fishing boats were armed with light machine guns concealed inside oil drums placed on deck.

Laborers practised shooting with Sten submachine guns and Bren light machine guns in the cellar.

artillery guns

Until midday on 4 August, 400 Romanian soldiers with two artillery guns held Budapest.

The German forces were also quick to bring up 88 mm artillery guns to fire directly into bunker apertures.

Designed for towing heavy artillery guns, it will replace the aging fleet of Scania SBAT111S used by the Indian Army.

long guns   (uzun silahlar)

Most modern long guns are either rifles or shotguns.

The law does not prohibit the sale of "long guns"; rifles and shotguns.

When built, "Otter" mounted sixteen 32-pounder carronades and two 6-pounder long guns.

guns and ammunition   (silahlar ve mühimmat)

After the Americans had stripped "Francis and Eliza" of her guns and ammunition they allowed her to sail on.

Along with company, he brought along guns and ammunition to protect himself against the looming confrontation.

Despite of his heavy drinking in Saint Petersburg, Aaltonen managed to buy a large cargo of guns and ammunition from the Bolsheviks.

swivel guns

The fort was defended by two large cannon and eleven swivel guns.

"Fraternité" was armed with twelve 18-pounder guns and six swivel guns.

The tower had a telegraph, and was armed with three guns and three swivel guns.

guns used

Submachine guns used were the MP5 and UMP45.

Additionally, guns used on the day by the soldiers that could have been evidence in the inquiry were lost by the MoD.

BL 7.5-inch Mk II – V naval gun The BL 7.5-inch Mk II–Mk V guns were a variety of 50-calibre naval guns used by Britain in World War I.

assault guns

Some 65 Sturmgeschütz III assault guns were available to support them.

Each platoon was equipped with assault guns, short-barreled howitzers in an open turret on an M8 chassis.

Luck's regiment was stationed at Vimont, southeast of Caen, with two companies of assault guns in support.

deck guns   (güverte tabancaları)

surfaced, and with decks awash, her crew manned the deck guns.

The boats were equipped with two bow torpedo tubes of , but had no deck guns.

While no deck guns were initially installed on the "U-1" class, in 1917 a gun was mounted on the deck of both boats.

number of guns   (silah sayısı)

Upon leaving the CIRA, they had allegedly taken a number of guns with them.

Above ground, the museum also contains a number of guns from the 19th Century.

There were also a number of guns with smaller calibres (15 cm and 57 mm) on the mainland.

guns were installed

Six anti-aircraft guns were installed as well.

The guns were installed in 1884.

siege guns

Three of Drummond's six siege guns were destroyed in Battery No.

A second source believed that the Yorktown siege guns were Gribeauval pieces.

Some of the earlier Gribeauval siege guns kept the baroque "dolphin" design for the handles.

inch guns

The fort was operational during both World Wars with two 9.2 inch guns.

The French Schneider and mounts and the British 9.2 inch guns and 12 inch howitzers used rail clamps or guys.

As the 4.7 inch guns were low-angle guns, not suited to anti-aircraft use, a single QF 3 inch 20 cwt anti-aircraft gun was mounted in "B" position.

guns were added

Two quadruple Vickers .50-calibre (12.7 mm) Mark III machine guns were added in 1934.

After 1931, the torpedo tubes were replaced by tubes and a pair of C/30 anti-aircraft guns were added.

Single 20-millimeter Oerlikon cannon were installed on each side of her bridge and two 40-millimeter Bofors guns were added aft.