- n. Plural form of gunslinger.
“Into this story we add Jonah Hex, Bat Lash, El Diablo, Scalphunter, and Johnny Thunder in separate interludes, as the heroes from modern times try and work out how to stop the plot, which from the aforementioned group of gunslingers is likely to end up in the Old West.”
“When they faced off against other "gunslingers" - either people directly across from them, people in another room, or computers - the volunteers on average were roughly 10 percent faster when they reacted than when they initiated "shootouts," a boost in speed of roughly 21 milliseconds they dubbed "the reactive advantage.”
“I'll bet the gunslingers are the heavy gun owners of this Porch too!”
“When you think of the Wild West, you tend to recall gunslingers like Wyatt Earp and Jesse James, or at least entertainers like Roy Rogers, Clint Eastwood, and the Duke.”
“In April 2005, the AP reported that Battles claimed to have connections at the Bush White House and that Custer Battles security forces had a reputation as "gunslingers," said a retired lieutenant colonel that only gave the name "Hank.”
“G-Paw, does that include your use of 'gunslingers' as a derogatory term for folks with CCW's???”
“Most are not world class "gunslingers" and I believe that most data would indicate that civilians involved in shootings have an equal hit rate to the officers involved in shootouts.”
“Very few people should be naked when you think about it," says Cady, who appears in the buff with six other local "gunslingers" in the anniversary issue.”
“Noncommissioned officers in charge and squad leaders at all levels need to do their jobs and hammer down on the DFAC "gunslingers" and "hot dogs," or command emphasis needs to correct it.”
“It is about a group of seven gunslingers hired to protect a Mexican village from a local group of bandits.”
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