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- n. A gunsmith's workshop.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The art or business of a gunsmith.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The business of a gunsmith; the art of making small firearms; also, a place where the business of a gunsmith is carried on.
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And Verty, with the variousness in his interventionist millston, blows away the gunsmithery from the canvas.
In this work Comrade Kalashnikov displayed indisputable talent in designing the submachine gun, especially if one takes into consideration his insufficient technical education and a total lack of experience in gunsmithery.
Captain Galliot, a specialist in gunsmithery, who overheard this remark, also heard him say to the Minister of Aviation,
Captain Galliot, a specialist in gunsmithery, who overheard this remark, also heard him say to the M.nister of Aviation, M. Daniel Vincent, who was inspecting the camp at Buc: "It is not by clever flying that you get rid of a Boche, but by hard and sharp shooting."