sawed-off shotgun

NOUN
  1. a shotgun with short barrels
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How To Use sawed-off shotgun In A Sentence

  • What she carried was revealed to be a sawed-off shotgun, a twelve-gauge side-by-side.
  • Marks followed her, his sawed-off shotgun in a holster strapped to his back.
  • I reached frantically for the light, wishing instead for a sawed-off shotgun.
  • Marks followed her, his sawed-off shotgun in a holster strapped to his back.
  • I frowned, glancing from his face to the sawed-off shotgun gleaming menacingly in his hands.
  • What she carried was revealed to be a sawed-off shotgun, a twelve-gauge side-by-side.
  • In both movie and book, the murder is committed by a killer armed with what appears to have been a sawed-off shotgun.
  • They're running things, dealing out justice with sawed-off shotguns - all to the delight of the audience.
  • Pappy unlimbers his double-barrel, 12 gauge sawed-off shotgun and Tom draws one of the two handguns tucked in his belt, a 1911.45 auto.
  • McVeigh's narrow chest was crisscrossed with bandoleers filled with ammo; he carried a rifle with a scope, a sawed-off shotgun and two pistols. The Plot
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