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How Did WW1 Plane Machine Guns Shoot Through the Propellor Without Damaging the Plane?

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Ever watched an old war film with a spectacular dogfight scene, and wondered why those front mounted machine guns don’t chop up the propellers on the plane?

The reason they don’t is because of a device called an interrupter gear or a machine gun synchronizer.

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