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turreted

(tûr′ĭ-tĭd, tŭr′-)
adj.
1. Furnished with turrets or a turret.
2. Having the shape or form of a turret, as certain long-spired gastropod shells.
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Think of the turret as horizontally split into two pieces.
The MCT-30 has the advantage of the crew accessing the turret through a hatch inside the vehicle, allowing them to reload ammunition and service the guns without leaving the vehicle.
I'd never worked with one until Nikon gave me the opportunity to try its Custom XR turret on a Monarch 7 and a Monarch 3.
A good example is Nightforce's excellent "ZeroStop," featuring an adjustable clutch inside the turret so the turret absolutely stops exactly where the scope was originally zeroed.
At almost 100 m high, weighing over 11,000 tonnes and with a diameter of 26 m, the turret will ensure the Prelude floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) facility can operate safely in the most extreme weather conditions.
With over a thousand machine installations worldwide, A B Graphic International is the market leader in turret rewinding machinery.
Drydocks World, the international service provider to the shipping, maritime, offshore, oil, gas and energy sectors, has successfully completed Turret modules 1& 2 to 'sail away' for the world's largest floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) facility.
Use a bucket of soapy water and a nylon bristle brush to clean the inside of your turret.
The new Alticam 05 turret is vibration isolated; it offers better optics, improved stabilization, and serves as a drop-in replacement for earlier Alticam 06 and Alticam 07 turret models.
These turrets have included accommodation for operators in a cylindrical "cage" that is slung under the exposed parts of the turret and rotates with the turret inside the vehicle.
The Classic Q-Turret Eyepiece Set includes a four-position eyepiece turret, a set of four eyepieces, and a 2.
The Turret is a two-bedroom family home in the desirable Wylam Manor development in the popular Tyne Valley village of Wylam.