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valsi celxa
type experimental gismu
creator krtisfranks
time entered Wed Mar 23 01:41:54 2016

Definition #68511 [edit]
definition x1 is a gun/cannon/firearm/shooting device which shoots/fires ('projectile'/round/'bullet') x2 using propellant x3
notes A gun is a gun regardless of its target or user/shooter. The gun need not be a weapon. x2 need not be matter/a traditional ballistic bullet/slug/ball/projectile; this word includes laser guns and the like. The propellant need not be chemical, but should not be a certain style mechanical (typically, a trebuchet would be excluded, but a spring-loaded round is acceptable); the projectile should follow a relatively/approximately linear path while inside/coupled with the gun. The projectile should not primarily be self-propelling/self-aiming (although note that light is self-propelling and modern bullets can be shaped so as to have bending trajectories; additionally, future bullets might have small thrusters on them that allow them to maneuver slightly); ballistic rocket-powered missiles are possibly excluded. Cannons, magnetic/rail guns, etc. are included. Rocket launchers may be included as well.
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created by krtisfranks
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time Sat Jun 18 00:38:34 2016


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