airgun

[ UK /ˈe‍əɡʌn/ ]
NOUN
  1. a gun that propels a projectile by compressed air
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How To Use airgun In A Sentence

  • Animal welfare officers have branded airgun-toting yobs as ‘heartless’ after a seven-month-old kitten was shot in the neck.
  • The survey found evidence of workers being punched, kicked, scalded, sexually harassed and attacked with bricks, walking frames and even airguns.
  • Vandalism and criminal damage caused by airguns is an increasing problem which is giving cause for concern according to police.
  • The new laws will also forbid drunks from loitering around liquor stores, carrying baseball bats and fooling around with crossbows, slingshots, blowpipes and airguns.
  • Then there are the trigger-happy youths with airguns, who bored with shooting at cardboard targets, can't resist taking pot shots at birds, or anything else that moves, even cats.
  • If you are having a problem with recoil on an airgun you are really going to flinch when shooting a shotgun or rifle. Sorry i meant is there anythiing i could put in my stock that will stop the recoil so i dont move as i pull the trigger
  • But while his guests might make use of the facilities or shoot lumps out of each other with pump-action airguns, Ellison prefers to sit and work on beats. Two nights in the life of Brainfeeder, LA's low end high-flyers
  • The speed of a heavier pellet is lower in the same airgun versus a lighter pellet.
  • The threat from all types of firearms, be it a real gun, a replica weapon or an airgun is increasing and action must be taken now.
  • Airguns are not possessed of demons but, sadly, humans often are.
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