How to use gunsmith in a sentence
There was a gunsmith in Utica, and he walked there, fifteen miles over the hills, to have his barrel finished.The Wonder Book of Knowledge | Various
The gunsmith was so impressed by the boy and his accomplishment that, after rifling the barrel, he fitted it with a lock.The Wonder Book of Knowledge | Various
We were down on that street in search of a gunsmith's shop to procure a new rifle to replace one that one of my companions lost.
"Here is something that I frequently sell, both to campers and woodsmen," said the old gunsmith.
Bidding the old gunsmith goodnight, they returned to the hotel, meeting Lieut. Murphy on the way.
British Dictionary definitions for gunsmith
a person who manufactures or repairs firearms, esp portable guns
- gunsmithing, noun
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