gunmaker

gunmaker

(ˈɡʌnˌmeɪkə)
n
(Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a person who makes guns
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The appeals court's Special 17th Division dismissed for lack of merit the petition for certiorari filed by Victor Karunungan, Eduardo Santos, Lyn Demartin Justo and Melva Valdez Libao, all executives of the local gunmaker Arms Corporation of the Philippines (Armscor).
I don't know if Charter Arms is considered a "major gunmaker," but it offers the five-shot, 2-inch-barreled Undercoverette model in .
8 turned gunmaker shares, one of the most profitable investments under his predecessor, Democrat Barack Obama, into a top money-maker for traders who take a gamble on falling stock prices.
A 12-bore self-opening sidelock ejector gun was made specifically for live pigeon shooting competitions - banned in the UK in 1923, while a fine pair of sterling silver miniature shotguns were built to commemorate the bicentenary of the gunmaker in 2014, one of only three in existence.
12 December 2014 - US-based gunmaker Smith and Wesson Holding Corp.
Recently, the estate of Elvis Presley accused Italian gunmaker Fabbrica d’Armi Pietro Beretta .
In a January press release, the gunmaker explained its position: "Smith & Wesson does not and will not include microstamping in its firearms.
It provides a history of the British gunmaker and packs color and black and white illustrations throughout in the course of considering James Purdey's evolution through the years and how the gun manufacturer evolved to play an important role in firearms history.
There was a gunmaker in the Eastern Cape city of Port Elizabeth around about the turn of the 20th century named Pemns & Burke.
The brass pistol, an early 18th century Continental Flintlock holster pistol with a 13-bore barrel made by Dutch gunmaker Godefroi Corbau Le Jeune, had a pre-sale estimate of A$100,000 to A$200,000.
That is, if you are a Valtrompian gunmaker with the benefit of five centuries of firearms history to draw upon.
Crafted by the famous English gunmaker Purdey, this pewter, shotshell-style flask holds four ounces of your favorite tipple and features cool historic marks down the side.