gunrunner gunrunner  /ˈɡən ˌrə nər/


  • (n) a smuggler of guns


  1. But now people see that we can shoot, and I hope it will be a lesson to any wild gunrunner.
  2. Postmarked Tehran Sharon pins the Palestinian gunrunner operation on Iran, and here, say the Israelis, is the evidence.


  • Hollywood Screenwriter turned IRA gunrunner dies at 85

    William W. ("Bill") Norton, a former Hollywood screenwriter turned gunrunner for the IRA, died from a heart aneurysm on October 2, at the age of 85. Norton is best known for writing the 1968 comedy-western “The Scalphunters,” directed by Sydney Pollack and starring Burt Lancaster and Ossie Davis.
    on June 29, 2013     Source: Irish Central


  • "I play a gunrunner who's always figuring out where the political climate in the world is to get rich," Cage said. "He really has no ethics as to picking sides."
    on Dec 16, 2004 By: Nicolas Cage Source:

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