Aberdeen Proving Ground l est of 20 mm Gazda gun. March 1944. ( Memorandum reports 1-4)
Results of firing of first 389 rounds are given. Interlock assembly failed to function after 125 rounds. Other malfunctions occurred. Second test—5-9 March 1944. Malfunctions again occurred. Third test—10-13 March 1944. Hammer broke during test. Gun withdrawn by inventor. Ballistic results of tests are given.
Airpower only through firepower. (From Minuteman, Sep 21, 1943)
Wants hombers equipped with 20- and 23-mrn cannon as protection against enemy fighters. Photo.
"Gazda" system 4-stroke flywheel-inertia locked automatic cannon far aircraft. Providence, R. I., n. d.
Weapon is compared with 20-mm Hispano automatic cannon by means of drawings. Chief difference is in the breech closing. Gazda system is characterized by flywheel inertia locking and pre-percussion. Illustrated.
The "Gazda" 20 mm 23 mm automatic antiaircraft cannon. n. d.
Weapon compared with Oerlikon gun. Drawings showing weapon and components, also four stroke action.
New Oerlikon-Gazda cannon mechanical miracle of war. (In Minute Man, 10 Aug 1943)
Describes Gazda's career and establishment of plant in New England. Photos.
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