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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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As I've discussed before, the first steps I took as armorer for the Army Reserve Marksmanship Program was machine rest testing all of the team's NMC uppers.
That said, it's pretty much established among top police armorers from the legendary Hilton Yam on down the 1911 is a more maintenance-intensive pistol than many designs.
The artist who created the decoration for a suit of armor could be as important and famous as the armorer.
Although I have been associated with Stoner Platform rifles for nearly 50 years now a lot of my research was conducted in the decade plus when I was the Armorer for the All Army Reserve Shooting Team.
Tenders are invited for Assorted original equipment manufactured parts, accessories, and armorer tools for the Remington law enforcement model 870 shotgun.
The result is a line of tough-as-nails platforms and work stations helping any gun owner, armorer, shooter, competitor, gunsmith, etc.
If you've already fired blanks through the short barrel with the standard barrel BFA, your armorer needs to check the inner rail for cracks.
He should have called out the armorer, loaded another weapon, and made a trip to the clearing barrel, but he decided to fix the problem himself.
The program participants are encouraged to bring their own unloaded guns to the class so a trained armorer can perform a safety inspection.
Neither was the matter known to the police armorer who testified as an "expert" for the prosecution.
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.