Maxim Gun

Maxim Gun
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  • Maxim gun — An early Maxim gun in operation with the Royal Navy Type Heavy Machine Gun Place of origin …   Wikipedia

  • Maxim Gun —    , MAXIM SILENCER    There were three Maxims, all inventors. The elder Maxim, Sir Hiram Stevens (1840 1916), was born near Sangerville, Maine. He moved to England and became a naturalized British citizen. Between the years 1881 and 1884, he… …   Dictionary of eponyms

  • Maxim gun — Max im gun A kind of machine gun; named after its inventor, Hiram S. Maxim. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Maxim Gun — Frühe Version des Maxim Maschinengewehrs, Royal Navy Das Maxim Maschinengewehr (französisch Maxim Mitrailleuse, englisch Maxim Gun) war das erste selbstladende Maschinengewehr. Es wurde 1885 von dem amerikanisch britischen Erfinder und… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Maxim gun — /ˈmæksəm gʌn/ (say maksuhm gun) noun a machine gun, the first to be designed to operate automatically by means of the recoil, used widely in World War I. Also, Maxim machine gun. {designed by Sir Hiram Maxim. See Maxim family} …   Australian-English dictionary

  • Maxim gun — an early single barreled, water cooled machine gun cocked by the force of its own recoil. [1880 85; after H. S. MAXIM] * * * …   Universalium

  • MAXIM GUN —    an automatic machine gun invented by Hiram S. Maxim, an American, in 1884, capable of discharging 620 rifle cartridges per minute; the first shot is fired by hand, and the recoil is utilised to reload and fire the next, and so on. A cylinder… …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Maxim gun — noun an obsolete water cooled machine gun having a single barrel • Hypernyms: ↑machine gun …   Useful english dictionary

  • Vickers-Maxim gun — (Ordnance) One of a system of ordnance, including machine, quick fire, coast, and field guns, of all calibers, manufactured by the combined firms of Vickers Sons of Sheffield and Maxim of Birmingham and elsewhere, England. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Maxim — may refer to: Maxim (philosophy), a principle that an individual uses in making a decision Maxim (literature), a type of aphorism Legal maxim, certain guiding principles of law and jurisprudence People: Maxim (given name) Maxim (surname) Maxim… …   Wikipedia

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