arms locker

arms locker

[′ärmz ‚läk·ər]
(ordnance)
A chest, cupboard, or the like used for the safekeeping of small arms.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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62% of the submarines surveyed are not fully accomplishing the daily MRC associated with the "Ammunition Far Side" sign for the small arms locker. The sign should be located under the small arms locker on the torpedo room starboard side in the overhead.
Years or perhaps decades before the Marines found the key to the defense attache's arms locker. Among the treasure was a .45 M3 "grease gun." We'd stick a couple 30 round magazines in the thigh pocket and conduct our rounds with the M3 roguishly slung over the shoulder.
Thus, S&W, Glock, SIG and Beretta pistols were added to my arms locker.
About 50% of the 688 submarines surveyed are missing an "Ammunition Far Side" sign under the small arms locker on the torpedo room starboard side in the overhead.