from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One that smuggles firearms and ammunition.
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- n. A person who smuggles arms and ammunition.
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- n. a smuggler of guns
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William W. Norton, 85, a screenwriter whose post-Hollywood life took a turn as dramatic as the fast-paced action movies he once wrote when he became a gunrunner for rebels in Northern Ireland, died of a heart aneurysm Oct. 1 in Santa Barbara, Calif.
FPW: The name Repairman Jack comes from his gunrunner pal, Abe.
The charges were dropped, and it transpired a witness was a loyalist gunrunner.
But for starters, this trial is not only about holding the most infamous modern-day gunrunner accountable.
Francisco Garcia, a gunrunner for the Aztecas, says the violence isn't going to stop.
PHOENIX — President Barack Obama's $600 million border security plan seems to have it all: More than 1,000 agents, seven gunrunner teams, five FBI task forces and more prosecutors and immigration judges.
Schroeder points to the prolific gunrunner and former Russian military officer Viktor Bout, who today awaits trial in the United States.
The stuff you got from that gangbanging gunrunner?
The link might have remained unknown but for the case of a Muslim preacher from the East End of London who in 2006 was being investigated by police over his suspected links to a jihadi terrorist gunrunner.
A small time crook from Chicago makes it big as a gunrunner in Las Vegas.