gun jack

gun jack

[′gən jak]
(ordnance)
A jack for forcing a tube of a gun out of battery.
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Young gun Jack Goff will line up alongside 2013 champion Andrew Jordan, who is hoping a move to the Triple Eight Racing-run squad will give him another reasonable chance of the title.
Meanwhile, young gun Jack McCaffrey admitted he hoped this was just the start of a successful adventure after adding a senior All-Ireland medal to one at under-21 level.
READY FOR ACTION: Young gun Jack Rodwell has come through the junior ranks with England so he says he'll know what to expect in the senior team
NO RUSH Sunderland's David Meyler MAKING THEIR MARK Ryan Noble (left) in action for Sunderland at Birmingham on Saturday - a game which featured fellow Cats young gun Jack Colback (inset)
Capello reserved special words for Arsenal young gun Jack Wilshere, who was one of the shining midfield lights on the day.
THIS game will be remembered as the day talented young gun Jack Wilshere lost his head and earned a first red card.
Chasetown had the better of the second half and the equaliser came just after the hour mark when a good cross from young gun Jack Farmer found substitute Gary Birch unmarked and he fired home from eight yards.
BLACK Cats' young gun Jack Colback has labelled Sunderland's pair of Stadium of Light survival six-pointers as "win at any cost".
Elsewhere, accessible single potential abounds with Don't Look That Way nodding to Joni Mitchell and Anyday Now, a classy pop duet with New York young gun Jack Savoretti.
He tells me that the star who refused the gift of a case of champagne, but changed his mind when he found it was from Al Capone's hoodlum Machine- gun Jack McGurn, was Bing Crosby.
But now the 24-year-old sees the value in having to fight it out with new rivals Heinke van der Merwe and young gun Jack McGrath to get in the side.
The Magpies recently missed out on Geordie young gun Jack Colback - who amazingly was brought up just yards from United's training HQ in Benton.