gun group

gun group

[′gən ‚grüp]
(ordnance)
Major parts of a gun, considered as a unit distinct from its mount.
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Shipping Lines special correspondent Stuart Wood tells me there is a World Time Gun group, with worldwide members ranging from Edinburgh, Ottawa, Fremantle, St Petersburg and Hong Kong.
The atmosphere was buzzing from the moment the children arrived, they all played a series of matches refereed by supporting volunteers leading up to a nail biting final between Fahad Jaber and Mohammed Al Shehabi, both from Riffa Views International School, and top gun group of JC's Tennis Academy who train at the Riffa Courts.
The National Association of Regional Gun Clubs, the country's biggest gun group, claims feral cats are becoming such a menace that they must be trapped.
Carolyn feels that the National Rifle Association, America's biggest pro- gun group, are on the run.
Efforts by the California Department of Justice to disarm gun owners have led to apparent civil rights violations, gun group says.
Blundering Scottish National Party bosses agreed to allow a pro- gun group to stage an exhibition at the party's annual conference this week.
KidFit is designed to continue to help kids be active, learn more about fitness, and be motivated through a variety of functional fitness routines all in a gun group setting.
A leading gun group has launched a bitter attack on a parent who lost a child in the Dunblane massacre.
Founded in 1936, it is the Garden State's oldest and largest gun group, representing New Jersey's one million law-abiding gun owners.
In the face of Littleton, a Michigan gun group offered to train teachers, school administrators and other school personnel in handgun use.
The gun group was forced to back down after its plan to stand in Stirling was greeted by a huge public outcry.