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Weapon stabilisation systems are used within the military to ensure guns are well mounted and stable, meaning a straight shot that hits the target. There are two types of systems used: static and non-static mounts. A static mount is a non-portable weapon, such as a turret, which is a rotating artillery platform that can be mounted on a fortified building or military more

Weapon stabilisation systems are used within the military to ensure guns are well mounted and stable, meaning a straight shot that hits the target. There are two types of systems used: static and non-static mounts. A static mount is a non-portable weapon, such as a turret, which is a rotating artillery platform that can be mounted on a fortified building or military vehicle such as a tank. Non-static mounts include items such as a tripod. They have manoeuvrability, meaning they can be carried with the weapon by troops. The tripod acts as a stabilising agent, meaning the shot can be fired with more precision than if the shooter held the gun.

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