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A 2002, 155mph 370bhp eight-cylinder Jaguar XKR from Die Another Day features a rear-mounted Gatling gun, door-mounted missiles, mortars in boot, rockets in fascia grille and extendable spears in the front bumper.
Express rifles, submachine guns, heavy machine guns, Gatling guns, miniguns, suppressed firearms--even field artillery pieces such as the Parrott Rifle of Civil War fame are featured.
Contract Awarded for 19 M61A2 20mm Lightweight Gatling Gun Systems in support of fiscal year 2013 F/A-18 E/F aircraft
The Dauntless carries 48 antiair 'Sea Viper' missiles and two automated Phalanx gatling guns firing over 3,000 rounds a minute - though she has never been tested in combat.
Opt for nothing short of gatling gun, mini-gun or the ever-reliable rocket launcher that can save your day against devious crime partners.
| 1818: Richard Gatling, American inventor of the Gatling gun, was born in North Carolina.
The iTaste 134 is modeled after the Gatling gun, the weapon that ended any opposition and changed the way wars were won.
It's brawn versus brains in a modern “cowboys versus Indians” struggle, filled with Gatling guns and bows and arrows.