Javorsky's (who has applied for a patent), M24E1 machine gun mount for the new M240H machine gun, features a swinging arm to allow easier passage through the CH-47's openings, holds 400 rounds of ammunition and collects spent links and cases; replacing the M24 armament sub system in use since the 1960s to hold the M60 machine gun.
What does GM stand for?
GM stands for Gun Mount
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Nexter and the French Navy are in the final stages of negotiations regarding the purchase by the latter of Narwhal gun mounts for its Fremm frigates.
I know I'm often too fast with my gun mount and swing.
This specially designed gun mounts directly to the 2-liter cleaner concentrate.
Two examples of how castings improved this system are the load arm and the gun mount cradle.
In the heat of the South Pacific, Gross shortened his cot, and squeezed it under the ship's stern gun mount in order to sleep in comfort.
He remembers having to remove the weapon and rest it on sandbags because the gun mount didn't allow the barrel enough elevation to fire at a plane overhead.