armorer

[ahr-mer-er]
noun
1.
a maker or repairer of arms or armor.
2.
a person who manufactures, repairs, or services firearms.
3.
an enlisted person in charge of the upkeep of small arms, machine guns, ammunition, and the like.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English; replacing Middle English armurer < Anglo-French, Old French armurier. See armor, -er2

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armourer or (US) armorer (ˈɑːmərə)
 
n
1.  a person who makes or mends arms and armour
2.  a person employed in the maintenance of small arms and weapons in a military unit
 
armorer or (US) armorer
 
n

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armorer
c.1400, Anglo-Fr. armurer, from O.Fr. armurier, from armeure "armor" (see armor).
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Example sentences
He had an armorer fashion an iron limb with articulated fingers controlled by
  gears inside the prosthetic.
The armorer's shop and the council house are on their original locations.
He received training and certification to be our department armorer.
After showing the need for the program, the department began to send others
  through the necessary schooling to become an armorer.
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