scattergun

NOUN
  1. firearm that is a double-barreled smoothbore shoulder weapon for firing shot at short ranges
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How To Use scattergun In A Sentence

  • In a series of scattergun flashbacks, the story of their affair emerges.
  • He unshipped both his assault rifle and scattergun, made sure the safeties were off, and restrained the urge to smile.
  • With other clubs, their transfer policies seem scattergun at times. The Sun
  • The new Bounty Hunter external hammer shotgun, imported by European American Arms, is a first-class traditional scattergun.
  • The drives are sprayed in scattergun fashion, the saves spectacular as a matter of necessity.
  • Case says his style is different from the scattergun, portfolio approach taken by venture-capital and buyout funds that hope the home runs in their portfolios more than compensate for the duds.
  • He unshipped both his assault rifle and scattergun, made sure the safeties were off, and restrained the urge to smile.
  • More than anything else, I remember how simple that life was, how few demands there were on my time, how easy it was to indulge my scattergun interests.
  • For decades, short double-barrel scatterguns have been a premier home-defense recommendation by such authorities as Jeff Cooper.
  • This is the first large-scale procurement of anything other than slide-action scatterguns since the U.S. military was pulled out of Vietnam more than 25 years ago.
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