|Title:||British Aircraft Armament: Vol 2 Guns & Gunsights 1914 to present date|
|Author:||R Wallace Clark|
BRITISH AIRCRAFT ARMAMENT
VOLUME 2: RAF GUNS AND GUNSIGHTS FROM 1914 TO THE PRESENT DAY
© R. Wallace Clarke 1994
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First published in 1994
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ISBN 1 85260 402 6
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Part 1: RAF Guns
Summary of guns used by the British Air Services
Part 2: Gunsighting Systems
Summary of the Development History of British Aircraft Gunsights
Tins is the song of the gun, the muttering, stuttering gun, the maddening, gladdening gun that chuckles with evil glee as its muzzle spits lead in the sun, till a last long dive has begun, with its end in eternity.
Gordon Alehin, RFC 1917
Muzzle of the Vickers Mk I
ISBN: 1 85076 404 6
Arming aircraft and developing sophisticated control systems.