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gunlock

[′gən‚läk]
(ordnance)
Fastening device used to prevent a weapon from being fired.
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Boren, S.A., Wakefield, B.J., Gunlock, T.L., & Wakefield, D.S.
Boren, S.A., Wakefield, B.J., Gunlock, T.L, & Wakefield, D.S.
In "Cupcakes to Chemicals", Julie Gunlock shows how the food nannies, environmentalists, public health officials, politicians and government regulators benefit from keeping the American public scared.
The box, of course, will include the now-traditional external gunlock, and the always-traditional owner's manual.
* I thank the following individuals: My wife, Danielle, for her continuing support; my parents, Thomas and Kimberly Gunlock, for their guidance; and William "Bud" Seall, a mentor and friend whose contributions to my legal career have been invaluable.
In contrast, Coyne-Beasley, Schoenbach, and Johnson (2001) conducted a community-based before and after trial to assess firearm storage practices before and after participation in a firearm safety counseling and gunlock distribution program.
After the departure of Jeremiah Needham, the property was owned by Thomas Slater, a gunlock maker of Handsworth, and from 1851 by Anthony Wilson.
En la caja de la Titanium 200 TDH 128 encontrara, ademas, dos juegos en versiones completas y que utilizan las capacidades 3D del chip GeForce3, estos son Gunlock y Dronez.
While growth has allowed the city to invest in golf courses, parks, swimming pools, softball complexes and a beautiful trail system that will eventually link the county from Zion National Park to Gunlock Reservoir, it has also meant the loss of open space, more complex crime challenges, and perhaps most evident of all, tremendous traffic congestion.
Also included is a gunlock to prevent unauthorized use of the gun.