recoilless

ADJECTIVE
  1. of or being a weapon that is designed to minimize recoil
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How To Use recoilless In A Sentence

  • In addition to the rockets, police collected more then 400 mortar rounds, more than 200 recoilless rifle rounds, 150 machine gun rounds, 75 rocket-propelled grenades and four anti-tank mines.
  • The army even employed a recoilless rifle designed to fire the same size of projectile as light fieldpieces to engage tanks, enemy bunkers, and lightly armored vehicles.
  • However, in the hail of bullets and recoilless rifle fire, over fifty hostages had been killed.
  • All they need to do is work on a recoilless version and it's a goer.
  • Later they were replaced by the Chinese indigenous Type 65 82mm recoilless gun developed in the mid-1960s.
  • After dark, the gooks fired a recoilless rifle into the firebase.
  • Although their basic weapon is the rifle, they possess modern heavy weapons, including antiaircraft missile systems, recoilless rifles, and mortars.
  • In the meantime, the authorities had added light anti-tank weapons and recoilless rifles to the arsenal of the metropolitan police force.
  • However, in the hail of bullets and recoilless rifle fire, over fifty hostages had been killed.
  • The antitank SPG-9 “Kopyo” (“Spear”) grenade machine is not an automatic but recoilless gun. It consists of a trunk with a lock, a tripod stand and an electric mechanism which serves for firing.
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