barrel maker

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Noun1.barrel maker - a craftsman who makes or repairs wooden barrels or tubsbarrel maker - a craftsman who makes or repairs wooden barrels or tubs
artisan, journeyman, artificer, craftsman - a skilled worker who practices some trade or handicraft
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Missouri Barrel Maker Cited for Multiple Workplace Hazards; Fined $413.3K
A: Remington, founded in 1816 by Eliphalet Remington, began as a barrel maker who also supplied locks and other parts produced by others.
His job as a master barrel maker saw them move first to Edinburgh and then settle in Airdrie half a century ago, working at Inver House and Albyn Bond.
I stress to my customers that no gunsmith or barrel maker can produce a firearm that will shoot optimally with crooked ammo.
It all started with Patrick (the great grandfather of JFK) and his wife Bridget Murphy who sailed to America in 1849 and worked as a cooper or barrel maker. As each new generation was born, the Kennedys also rose in stature, with Patrick J.
Back in the 1970's, barrel maker Ed Shilen experimented with a variety of barrel crown designs for the benchrest rifles he was building.
Stuart, who worked as a whisky barrel maker, had been enjoying the good weather on three jet skis with his brother Thomas Jordan, known as TJ, and three friends.
They rely on the barrel maker to sort barrels by quality maintain a desired level of quality control and price those barrels accordingly.
Through the lowered and lightly flaired ejection port you can see the words "KART 45 NM," giving credit where it's due to the famed barrel maker, and when you jack the slide, the gleaming mirror finish on both the pistol's feed ramps is impossible to miss.
What is the traditional name for a barrel maker? 5.
The name bodger probably comes from the old German word botticher, which is their word for a cooper or barrel maker. (Bodger in English became the name for someone who starts a job but never completes it properly - probably because bodgers did not produce whole chairs, just parts for them).
A trio of French wine lovers - a vineyard manager, a barrel maker and an oyster farmer - teamed up to test the myth, above and below water.