gunroom


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gun·room

 (gŭn′ro͞om′, -ro͝om′)
n.
The quarters of midshipmen and junior officers on a British warship.

gunroom

(ˈɡʌnˌruːm)
n
1. (Military) (esp in the Royal Navy) the mess allocated to subordinate or junior officers
2. (Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a room where guns are stored
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I was well satisfied with my cabin, which was in the after part, opening upon the gunroom.
Doxford Hall near Alnwick has built the high security, gunroom in response to a significant increase in demand for the site as a base for people shooting in Northumberland.
Doxford Hall near Alnwick has built the bespoke, high security, gunroom in response to a significant increase in demand for the site as a base for people shooting in Northumberland.
If you aren't controlling the humidity in your gunroom or inside your safe, these bags are a must.
Sportsmans Gunroom has supported McLelland-Merydith's NRA clinics with donated items such as a Remington 870 Pump shotgun.
There are trophy heads in both of my offices, the family room, the living room, my gunroom, one bedroom, and my reloading room.
Around 10:30 at night, between 25 and 30 men fanned out across the ship, and in three separate groups attacked the cabin, the quarterdeck, and the gunroom.
Three rooms in the house have been licensed for weddings, the grounds have been prepared for marquees to be installed when necessary and a space tucked away next to the former gunroom transformed into a bar and disco where wedding guests can "kick up their heels.
The company also ran a gunroom at the Royal Berkshire Shooting School (RBSS).