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gun subst. die Flinte f
  die Kanone f
  die Knarre f
  die Pistole f
  die Schußwaffe f obs
  die Waffe f
gun subst. der Revolver m
gun subst. das Geschütz n
  das Gewehr n
  das Schießgewehr n
gun barrel subst.   das Geschützrohr n
  das Kanonenrohr n
gun battle subst.   das Feuergefecht n
gun emplacement subst.   die Geschützstellung f
gun emplacement subst.   der Geschützstand m
gun-cotton subst. die Schießwolle f
gun-crew subst. die Geschützbedienung f
gunboat subst. das Kanonenboot n
guncotton subst. die Schießbaumwolle f
gunfight subst. die Schießerei f
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Gun - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia a.new,#quickbar a.new{color:#ba0000} /* cache key: enwiki:resourceloader:filter:minify-css:4:f2a9127573a22335c2a9102b208c73e7 */ Gun From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: , This article is about the projectile weapon. For other uses, see Gun (disambiguation). This article is missing information about the basic definition of a gun in the first paragraph of the introduction that fits WP:MOSBEGIN. The narrow naval definition does not match the basic definition of a Gun . This concern has been noted on the talk page where whether or not to include such information may be discussed. (March 2011) Smith & Wesson "Military and Police" revolver. A gun is a muzzle or breech-loaded projectile-firing weapon. There are various definitions depending on the nation and branch of service. A "gun" may be distinguished from other firearms in being a crew-served weapon such as a howitzer or mortar, as opposed to a small arm like a rifle or pistol, but there are exceptions, such as the U.S. Air Force's GUU5/P. At one time, land-based artillery tubes were called cannon and sea-based naval cannon were called guns. The term "gun" evolved into a generic term for any tube-launched projectile-firing weapon used by sailors, including boarding parties and marines. In modern parlance, a gun is a projectile weapon using a hollow, tubular barrel with a closed end?the breech?as the means of directing the projectile (as well as other purposes, for example stabilizing the projectile's trajectory, aiming, as an expansion chamber for propellant, etc.), and firing in a g... mehr

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