gunsmith


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gun·smith

 (gŭn′smĭth′)
n.
One that makes or repairs firearms.

gunsmith

(ˈɡʌnˌsmɪθ)
n
(Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a person who manufactures or repairs firearms, esp portable guns
ˈgunˌsmithing n

gun•smith

(ˈgʌnˌsmɪθ)

n.
a person who makes or repairs firearms.
[1580–90]
gun′smith`ing, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.gunsmith - someone who makes or repairs guns
smith - someone who works at something specified
Translations

gunsmith

[ˈgʌnsmɪθ] Narmero/a m/f

gunsmith

[ˈgʌnsmɪθ] narmurier mgun-toting [ˈgʌntəʊtɪŋ] adjarmé(e)

gunsmith

[ˈgʌnˌsmɪθ] narmaiolo
References in classic literature ?
As I did not possess the accomplishments of a gunsmith, and was likewise destitute of the necessary tools, I was reluctantly obliged to signify my inability to perform the task.
There were besides the two carpenters and the tailor, whom I brought with me for them: also the smith, who was a very necessary man to them, especially as a gunsmith, to take care of their arms; and my other man, whom I called Jack-of-all-trades, who was in himself as good almost as twenty men; for he was not only a very ingenious fellow, but a very merry fellow, and before I went away we married him to the honest maid that came with the youth in the ship I mentioned before.
The taxing-masters had done their work like any respectable gunsmith conscientiously preparing the musket, that, duly pointed by a brave arm, will spoil a life or two.
The little man is dressed something like a gunsmith, in a green- baize apron and cap; and his face and hands are dirty with gunpowder and begrimed with the loading of guns.
The gunsmiths can have but little insight into their trade when they make their fowling-pieces and short horsemen's--"
An innovative and talented gunsmith, Robbie was also my predecessor at Gunsite.
Reichert spends much time discussing the property liability of a gunsmith involved in a shooting incident.
Larger companies, e-commerce and rising costs of government taxation and ATF licensing are running the once popular gunsmith out of business.
It may well be that you will have to have a gunsmith drill out and line the existing barrel or turn a new barrel from a blank or from a older used barrel from another rifle.
Resident gunsmith Gary Howard-Beard was kept busy doing the best he could to rectify as many problems as possible.
Originally, the term "National Match" signified a gun that had been tuned for competition, with the finest components that were hand-fitted by a qualified gunsmith.