In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1armas de bajo calibre
- The passenger acts as the shooter and has used weapons such as grenades, RPGs and small arms.
- The illegal trade in small arms and light weapons has been identified by the UN as one of the world's greatest challenges.
- One army patrol opened fire with small arms and machine guns, forcing the rebels to flee toward the second.
- He then dashed through a hail of small arms and exploding hand grenades to abort a breach of the main gate.
- The Russian armies, like all the others, rapidly ran out of ammunition - and not only ammunition but guns and even small arms.
- The campaign aims to raise awareness that there are currently around 639 million small arms and light weapons in the world today.
- He said that there had been no discernible decline in sporadic artillery shelling or small arms fire.
- We were also under heavy fire from mortars and small arms.
- I examined the assortment of small arms, grenades and bayonets used in hand-to-hand encounters.
- Helicopter crews drew almost continuous fire from small arms and rocket-propelled grenades.
- They were equipped with only small arms; no match for the convoy's recoiless rifle and heavy machine guns.
- Warfare is the next step with the powers of hot gas being harnessed to fire projectiles from cannons or small arms.
- These small arms also hindered the fast clearing of fields of fire in thick vegetation.
- They were well equipped with Russian small arms, artillery, armor, and fighter planes.
- Rosenthal will show the latest in rifles, small arms and ammunition and there will even be an exhibition of live stud animals.
- Insurgents opened fire from all around with small arms and rocket-propelled grenades.
- The enemy met descending paratroopers with heavy small arms and machinegun fire.
- At first, it was just small arms but the big guns and mortars started shooting as the afternoon wore on.
- It will address the increasing threat to human security from the spread of small arms, light weapons and their illegal trade.
- This specialisation included small arms and light weapons, armoured vehicles, and electronics.
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