swivel-mounted love

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  • This was planned as a major supply depot, so it was big, a rectangle with large bastions armed with six swivel-mounted guns.

    George Washington’s First War

  • Motive power was supplied by swivel-mounted reaction pistols in back, fired by triggers inside the rocket.

    Golden State

  • She was built man-of-war fashion with a sharp prow, long lines that held the promise of speed, and a raised poop with a battery of small swivel-mounted brass falconets.

    Champlain's Dream

  • She was built man-of-war fashion with a sharp prow, long lines that held the promise of speed, a high forecastle and a raised poop with a battery of small swivel-mounted falconets.

    Champlain's Dream

  • In recent years, the Internet has allowed ranchers to hook up a swivel-mounted gun to a computer and allow people to "hunt" without leaving their easy chair.

    Stop Them Before They Invent Again!

  • The rats had swivel-mounted the TT6, using a couple of old bearings and a universal joint, on one of the grain handlers, and powered it from the handler's battery.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • He laid in a supply of small swivel-mounted cannon and blunderbusses, massive shotguns, to line the rails and fortify the tops.

    John Paul Jones

  • The reflector is swivel-mounted on a wooden support and held in place by a counterweight.

    Chapter 8

  • On its top was a maser transceiver and a swivel-mounted blaster.

    The Earth Book of Stormgate

  • He moved to a swivel-mounted viewer, stared a moment longer.

    Bloodhype

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