has a distinct sporting feel with decor and furnishings to match the country house feel of the sport.
So after firing approximately 500 rounds I stopped testing and went back to my gunroom
Around 10:30 at night, between 25 and 30 men fanned out across the ship, and in three separate groups attacked the cabin, the quarterdeck, and the gunroom
Three rooms in the house have been licensed for weddings, the grounds have been prepared for marquees to be installed when necessary and a space tucked away next to the former gunroom
transformed into a bar and disco where wedding guests can "kick up their heels.
The company also ran a gunroom
at the Royal Berkshire Shooting School (RBSS).
the Sampson could then bear upon them two whole culverin in her stern-chase, and two transom culverins in the gunroom
and two sakers in the great cabin.
A shot destroyed the wheel and the ship had to be steered by 40 men manning tiller ropes in the gunroom
The tours will cover areas usually closed to the public, including the stables, the gunroom
, the old slaughterhouse, haylofts and attics.
By four o'clock the decks were cleared for action; the crew "knocked down the cabbins & gunroom
, bulkhead and the sail cabbin between decks to augment the ships sailing and hove them all overboard" (ADM 52/3631).
Corrigan is monitoring the pre-film buzz in Internet chat rooms such as the Searoom, where members are identified not by addresses, but by their latitude and longitude, and also at the Gunroom
Sometimes, at great garden parties, literary luncheons, or in the quiet of an exclusive gunroom
, a laugh rings out.
In a book called Murder in the Gunroom
(New York: Alfred A.
from the King of Saudi Arabia" and found in Uday's opulent gunroom
, was pictured in the Mirror earlier this week.
Morgan entered the Royal Navy in 1907; his first novel, The Gunroom
(1919), concerns the mistreatment of midshipmen.
The Orvis Flagship Store also has a private gunroom
selling high quality shotguns with gun fittings by expert gunsmiths.