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[[circled]] 124 [[/circled]] know how it worked and how it is installed. Watching the shots hitting in the ponds we let drive at is instructive and vital. For just think if that little pool of water was a group of soldiers! [[underline]] That [[/underline]] brings it home to you. (and here's where imagination does good, don't you see?) Other machines have guns built like the Lewis, only these apparatuses take pictures instead of shooting bullets. The films are given back and marked to show what a chance the bullet would have had getting a pilot in the machine you aimed at, deflections speeds, etc. are all figured into this calculation and the system is as ingenious as it is clever. Other machines have real guns mounted on movable turrets in the position
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