- n. Plural form of springer.
“Spring-piston airguns - also called "springers" - use a lever (normally the barrel or a side - or under-lever) to cock a spring and piston.”
“If you want one with a longer coat there's lots of friendly arguments between English setters and springers around here.”
“I have had two field spanials and two other springers (one liver white one black white trained all) while my kids were young and have lived through all trails with both.”
“I have to say I agree with the total report up above I know of atleast 6 other individuals who own gun dog breeds from labs to weimaraners to springers that just don't hunt with their dogs.”
“I am a dog owner myself and have 2 springers who I love dearly.”
“I have had field cockers, springers, and a english cocker, but the springer that I am working with now is I believe going to be the best.”
“Hundreds of thousands of hogs, choppers, cruisers, scoots, and springers congregate to this otherwise unknown piece of upper-Midwest real estate for the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.”
“February 10, 2008 at 7:43 am space-time for springers!”
“We haven't travelled for many years with a dog ... the two springers are aged and stay home on the Canadian ranchito but I think it's a good idea to have a canine pal along for the ride.”
“And he had experience of the like brood beasts and of springers, greasy hoggets and wether wool, having been some years before actuary for Mr Joseph Cuffe, a worthy salesmaster that drove his trade for live stock and meadow auctions hard by Mr Gavin”
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