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THE HOTCHKISS MITRAILLEUSE. This arm entirely resembles the Revolving Cannon in its construction, but it is generally made with nine instead of five barrels, the motion of the crank being accelerated by two helical wheels, to allow a speed of fire of about r so shots per minute. impossibility of being able to supply the g un with ammunition with the necessary precision and order. The speed of I 50 rounds per minute allows the application of the simple mechanism adopted for this arm, and it is also 4I with it to be less feared that ammunition may be unnecessarily wasted, as is the case with guns firing excessively fast.
Weight of gun with carriage and traversing apparatus, complete 8ookiL PRINCIPAL DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTS OF THE AMMUNITION. Charge of powder Weight of ball . Length of ball in calibres . Length of cartridge-case Weight of entire cartridge . Length of entire cartridge . IooGT· 43 TH 1-lOTCIIKlSS REVOLVING I~ FORTIFICATION-GUN. This gun is also identical in its ge neral construction with the Revolving Cannon; but as it is designed to be employed as a gun of position, it is of a larger calibre, firing a projectile of zki!.
And IV. were two minutes, so that, considering the time of firing, the number of hits is much greater for the Revolving Cannon than for the other guns. In tlze report of tlze "Memorial de l'Artillerie de la Mariue,'' :! cts pl11s consid/rablcs que lcs mitmi//cuscs Gatli7~f·'' It must also be remarked that th ese results \\'ere obtained with a Revolving Cannon of the first model, built in I8JI , of infe rior ballistica l capacity, with a projectile weighing 490~' and a charge of 8 s~' Since thi s time the inventor has, from his o wn experiences, and according to indications made by the committee of experiments at Gavre, some valuable suggestions and • augmented the power of his arm, so that there is reason to expect from the guns of most recent elate, w-ing a projec tile of a charge of 120~'· , and results much superior to th ose obtai ned at Gane in January, 1873, and it making a 520"' IS to be regretted that sufficient data for comparison of th e effects obta in ed with the la test models did not exist.
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