submachine gun

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İngilizce - Türkçe
hafif makinalı tüfek
{i} hafif makineli tüfek
(isim) hafif makineli tüfek
makineli tabanca
(Askeri) MAKİNALI TABANCA: Omuzdan veya kalçadan atış yapacak şekilde imal edilmiş hafif otomatik tabanca. Bu tabancalar hava ile soğur, ani geri tepme tesiriyle işler ve muhtelif çapta tabanca mermisi atar
light automatic gun
ışık otomatik tabanca
thompson submachine gun
thompson hafif makineli tüfek
hafif makinalı tüfek
thompson submachine gun
(Askeri) TOMSON MAKİNALI TABANCASI: Bir kişi tarafından taşınıp kullanılabilen ve hava ile soğuyan, 11.4 mm çapında otomatik silah
İngilizce - İngilizce
A type of short range machine gun that is carried as a personal weapon and uses pistol ammunition

Bare-chested children and their parents gathered in doorways, on roofs and in windows as he passed, watched warily by Brazilian troops carrying submachine guns. - New York Times, 09/03/2007.

An air-cooled, magazine-fed, automatic carbine designed to fire pistol cartridges
a type of machine gun that is light and easily moved. Lightweight automatic small-arms weapon chambered for relatively low-energy pistol cartridges and fired from the hip or shoulder. Submachine guns usually have box-type magazines that hold 10-50 cartridges, or occasionally drums holding more rounds. A short-range weapon, they are rarely effective at more than 200 yards (180 m). They can fire 650 or more rounds per minute and weigh 6-10 lbs (2.5-4.5 kg). Important types include the Thompson submachine gun, or tommy gun (patented 1920), the British Sten gun of World War II, and the later Israeli Uzi
{i} light automatic gun
machine gun that is a portable automatic firearm
Thompson submachine gun
a .45-caliber American submachine gun, having a wooden stock and a drum or box magazine
submachine guns
plural form of submachine gun
Kalashnikov submachine gun
type of submachine gun developed in the Soviet Union
Thompson submachine gun
A.45-caliber submachine gun having a wooden stock and a box or drum magazine
Uzi submachine gun
Compact automatic weapon used throughout the world as a police and special-forces firearm. It was named for its designer, Uziel Gal, an Israeli officer who developed it after the Arab-Israeli War of 1948. It is 25.6 in. (650 mm) long with its folding metal butt fully extended. The barrel is only 10 in. (260 mm) long. When loaded with a 25-or 32-round magazine of 9-mm pistol ammunition, it weighs about 9 lbs (4 kg). It has also been made in miniature versions as short as 18 in. (460 mm)
Uzzi submachine gun
type of submachine gun developed by Israel
submachine gun