①Some call it the Smart Shooter, a new rifle for American infantry troops that is two weapons in one, is accurate up to 1,000 yards and in 1 fires 2 corners. Its message to enemies is that they can run but they can't hide. Still in the development phase, the rifle for 2006 has just been 3 off with great 4 by the Pentagon to members of Congress who will be asked to 5 the money. The makers, Alliant Techsystems, say that the weapon will revolutionize 6 combat much as the machine gun.


    ②Pentagon jargon has given the new gun a (an) 7 title: the objective Individual Combat Weapon. 8 one trigger, the rifle can fire a standard 5. 56 mm Nato bullet and a 20 mm high explosive shell that will burst in the air. It can 9 shrapnel behind, 10 or even from the side of enemy troops who have taken 11 behind a building. The shell can be 12 to explode after a short delay. The weapon's 1,000 yard accuracy is twice 13 of other rifles, made possible by a laser system built into the sight. This rangefinder fixes the target, measures the distance and passes it along to a computer chip in the shell.


    ③The gunsight has an infrared lens for night 14. It can also have video camera with a zoom lens that is linked to a video display attached to the soldier's helmet, allowing him to aim 15 without exposing himself to enemy return fire. But there are snags still be 16 out. Two men were 17 when a shell burst in a barrel during firing tests. The rifle weighs more than 181b. There are questions whether its electronic innards will be rugged enough for rain, snow and difficult 18. Michael Klare, a professor of peace and world security issues and a board member of the Arms Control Association, says that the Pentagon is seeking this combination of firepower and automation to compensate for the uncertain aim of GIS. He said: "Soldiers won't have to worry about careful steady aim. They'll just look 19 the viewfinder and 20 the trigger."

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1. Some call it the Smart Shooter, a new rifle for American infantry troops that is two weapons in one, is accurate up to 1,000 yards and in 1 fires 2 corners.

  • Areality
  • Baffect
  • Ceffect
  • Doperation

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2. Some call it the Smart Shooter, a new rifle for American infantry troops that is two weapons in one, is accurate up to 1,000 yards and in 1 fires 2 corners.

  • Aat
  • Bin
  • Cbeyond
  • Daround

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3. Still in the development phase, the rifle for 2006 has just been 3 off with great 4 by the Pentagon to members of Congress who will be asked to 5 the money.

  • Aput
  • Bshown
  • Cchecked
  • Dgiven

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4. Still in the development phase, the rifle for 2006 has just been 3 off with great 4 by the Pentagon to members of Congress who will be asked to 5 the money.

  • Apride
  • Banxiety
  • Chonor
  • Dexpectation

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5. Still in the development phase, the rifle for 2006 has just been 3 off with great 4 by the Pentagon to members of Congress who will be asked to 5 the money.

  • Aput up
  • Bcount in
  • Cpay for
  • Dlook for

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6. The makers, Alliant Techsystems, say that the weapon will revolutionize 6 combat much as the machine gun.

  • Aland
  • Bground
  • Cearth
  • Dbase

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7. Pentagon jargon has given the new gun a (an) 7 title: the objective Individual Combat Weapon.

  • Anovel
  • Bbrilliant
  • Cpowerful
  • Dawkward

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8. 8 one trigger, the rifle can fire a standard 5. 56 mm Nato bullet and a 20 mm high explosive shell that will burst in the air.

  • AUsed
  • BFixed
  • CUsing
  • DFixing

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9. It can 9 shrapnel behind, 10 or even from the side of enemy troops who have taken 11 behind a building.

  • Aspray
  • Bspatter
  • Csplash
  • Dsprinkle

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10. It can 9 shrapnel behind, 10 or even from the side of enemy troops who have taken 11 behind a building.

  • Aover
  • Bon
  • Cabove
  • Dupon

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11. It can 9 shrapnel behind, 10 or even from the side of enemy troops who have taken 11 behind a building.

  • Aaim
  • Bcover
  • Crisks
  • Dheed

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12. The shell can be 12 to explode after a short delay.

  • Aestimated
  • Bcalculated
  • Cseeded
  • Dtimed

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13 of other rifles, made possible by a laser system built into the sight.' type='text' style='width:900px;height:70px;'>13. The weapon's 1,000 yard accuracy is twice 13 of other rifles, made possible by a laser system built into the sight.

  • Aas
  • Bthat
  • Cthan
  • Dmuch

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14. The gunsight has an infrared lens for night 14 .

  • Avision
  • Bsight
  • Cobservation
  • Dspeculation

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15. It can also have video camera with a zoom lens that is linked to a video display attached to the soldier's helmet, allowing him to aim 15 without exposing himself to enemy return fire. But there are snags still be 16 out.

  • Aexactly
  • Bprecisely
  • Caccurately
  • Dcorrectly

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16. It can also have video camera with a zoom lens that is linked to a video display attached to the soldier's helmet, allowing him to aim 15 without exposing himself to enemy return fire. But there are snags still be 16 out.

  • Aremoved
  • Bironed
  • Cmade
  • Ddrawn

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17. Two men were 17 when a shell burst in a barrel during firing tests.

  • Ainjured
  • Bhurt
  • Charmed
  • Dwounded

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18. There are questions whether its electronic innards will be rugged enough for rain, snow and difficult 18 .

  • Aterrain
  • Bdomain
  • Cfield
  • Dterritory

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19 the viewfinder and 20 the trigger."' type='text' style='width:900px;height:70px;'>19. Michael Klare, a professor of peace and world security issues and a board member of the Arms Control Association, says that the Pentagon is seeking this combination of firepower and automation to compensate for the uncertain aim of GIS. He said: "Soldiers won't have to worry about careful steady aim. They'll just look 19 the viewfinder and 20 the trigger."

  • Aat
  • Bover
  • Cinto
  • Dthrough

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19 the viewfinder and 20 the trigger."' type='text' style='width:900px;height:70px;'>20. Michael Klare, a professor of peace and world security issues and a board member of the Arms Control Association, says that the Pentagon is seeking this combination of firepower and automation to compensate for the uncertain aim of GIS. He said: "Soldiers won't have to worry about careful steady aim. They'll just look 19 the viewfinder and 20 the trigger."

  • Apush
  • Bpull
  • Cpress
  • Djerk
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