Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of armorer.

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Examples

  • "Therefore, desiring to prevent men from killing each other, We have thought it proper to decree that no private person shall engage in the manufacture of weapons, and that only those shall be authorized to do so who are employed in the public arsenals, or are called armorers; and also that manufacturers of arms should not sell them to any private individual …"

    Alex Jones' Prison Planet.com

  • When I was shooting on the Navy team, TAD to the Small Arms Training Unit in San Diego, one of the armorers built a 'big' rifle.

    The Hardest Kicking Cartridges

  • There are precious few of these (both guns and armorers) and when a gun goes down it is lost to the system for a long time.

    pat rogers

  • The show has its own armorers, who will do their own original designs on the weapons and armor as seen in the series.

    Needle Is Here!

  • The metal is almost always iron, formed by armorers and worked by goldsmiths—repoussé, engraved, etched, chiseled, polished, blackened, gilded, inlaid with silver and gold, even enameled in brilliant colors like the helmet and shield of France's Charles IX.

    Breathtaking Armor Fit for a Prince

  • When I was shooting on the Navy team, TAD to the Small Arms Training Unit in San Diego, one of the armorers built a 'big' rifle.

    The Hardest Kicking Cartridges

  • Teams of engineers, armorers, and factory supervisors were fine-tuning its design.

    The Gun

  • The armorers reported their concerns and offered other observations as well.

    The Gun

  • The armorers also wrote that “we experienced more than a normal amount of ruptured cartridges.”

    The Gun

  • They have their pseudo-village complete with smithys and armorers.

    Ye olde Utah Renaissance Festival

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