The turret anti-aircraft gun carried upon a motor-car differs from the foregoing very considerably.
"Aeroplanes and Dirigibles of War" by Frederick A. Talbot
Ports were opened, and the great guns on the turrets were lowered for action.
"The Lady of the Shroud" by Bram Stoker
Through his glasses he could now see their turrets and the black gun ports.
"The Cruise of the Dry Dock" by T. S. Stribling
In the double-turreted monitors four such guns were of course installed.
"Beacon Lights of History, Volume XIV" by John Lord
Through it the guns protrude and are operated very much like the guns on a battleship, the turret revolving.
"Kelly Miller's History of the World War for Human Rights" by Kelly Miller
As the turret revolved the great guns kept up a steady discharge, battering the sides of the Merrimac.
"The Land We Live In" by Henry Mann
The ever-silent Venusian, squatting in the turret corner, still had his gun upon me.
"Wandl the Invader" by Raymond King Cummings
The big guns are mounted in four turrets, two forward and two aft, each containing three guns.
"Practical English Composition: Book II." by Edwin L. Miller
In the turret two guns were mounted, of a size varying with the size of the vessel.
"The Gulf and Inland Waters" by A. T. Mahan
The turrets are armed with two twenty-five ton guns, carrying four hundred pound shot.
"Man on the Ocean" by R.M. Ballantyne
For example, you can blow up a wall to sneak behind a machine gun turret.
Aukerman saw the war through B-24 gun turret .
THIS PHOTO shows Carl Krob crouching down next to the B-17 Flying Fortress Belly Gunner Turret heavy machine gun.
John Ericsson was widely believed to be the inventor of the revolving gun turret.
Commissioned on April 9, 1941, she was a formidable ship, with nine 16-inch 45 caliber guns in three turrets and twenty 5-inch 38 caliber guns in ten twin mounts.
The truck is built on a Ford F-550 chassis, holds up to 10 officers, and has a revolving gun turret on the roof and gun portals in the sides.
This undated photo provided by The Mariners' Museum shows conservators at work on the Monitor's revolving gun turret, in Newport News, Va.
The Virginia museum that is home to the USS Monitor's turret is offering a macabre invitation: the opportunity to be inside the revolving gun housing of the Civil War ironclad on the anniversary of the final hour before it sank 150 years ago.