- beaver + tail (Wiktionary)
“Why not install a drop-in beavertail on your 1911 if that's what you like?”
“Among other things that he went shopping for was something they call a beavertail here in Ottawa.”
“Looking to Lead Canada, and for a Little Name Recognition Michael Ignatieff, center, the Liberal Party's candidate for Canadian prime minister, eats a pastry known as a beavertail after skating on the Rideau Canal in Ottawa last month.”
“Well, ok this is more of a varmint gun or even a goat gun, it's heavy and has a beavertail stock.”
“I'm a do it yourself type, I got a Springfield Armory GI Model and added a beavertail safety, soldered a brass shim on the back of the trigger strap to take out the slack.”
“My mom sent me this box of shoes last night, and also inexplicably included a beavertail filth prophylactic.”
“The Mojave supports numerous species of cacti, including several endemics, such as silver cholla (Opuntia echinocarpa), Mojave prickly pear (O. erinacea), beavertail cactus (O. basilaris), and many-headed barrel cactus (Echinocactus polycephalus).”
“Stan Sesser Here, a beavertail cactus in glorious bloom.”
“The Predator has a gorgeous stock with a beavertail fore-end and a heavy barrel that is sharply tapered and gives the gun a streamlined look.”
“If you fancy a beavertail fore-end and a straight wrist, that's what you'll get.”
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Gleanings from copies of Movin' Out, "The Journal of the Trucking Industry", and American Trucker, an advertising magazine, found at a highway service area
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