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armorer

[′är·mər·ər]
(ordnance)
One who services and repairs small arms, fills ammunition belts, and performs similar duties necessary to keep small arms ready for use.

armorer

The trade for military ground crew specializing in armament, including the arming of aircraft.
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The artist who created the decoration for a suit of armor could be as important and famous as the armorer.
The Armorer shall evaluate said remedial/ corrective action plan and shall thereafter accept the plan or reject it.
Nearly every gunsmith and armorer worth his salt in experience looks forward to its arrival every year.
CEO Joe Ganete developed Armorer Link FMS after personally experiencing the challenges law enforcement agencies face tracking firearms, and the monumental task armorers face when coordinating preventive maintenance, repairs, and associated record keeping.
44, an attorney and former Executive Vice President and Vice President of Operations; Andrew Howell, 44, General Counsel; Ana Bundy, 45, former Vice President of Logistics and Procurement; and Ronald Slezak, 65, a former armorer.
It's up to the armorer to determine if the use of live ammo is feasible and to make the proper safety arrangements if it is used.
They just tell the armorer what's wrong and the information is never entered into SAMS.
The subject of the public contract is to supply 20 units of modular guns with accessories (fulfilling the requirements of the sniper rifle) with fast and accurate exchange of caliber 338 LM and 308 W with the ability to cover interest relief on target distance of 0 to 1600 m depending on the selected modular options including riflescopes, night Sights, 5 sets of sets armorer, 5 sets of sets of spare parts and 51,000 rounds.
The replacement of the Gen4 pistol RSA can be performed as part of the regular fieldstrip process; consumers do not need to take the Gen4 pistol to an armorer.
As a armorer he maintained navy fighters and bomber ordinances and machine guns.
A: "UNSERV" does indeed mean the parts were deemed unserviceable by the British armorer.