- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of outshoot.
“By the way, she outshoots me with a handgun and knows how to reload it.”
“Plus, right out of the box the T3 outshoots a couple of my customs, at a fraction of their price.”
“I'd like to know how many guys have been made jealous when their friend busts out a new Marlin or Savage that outshoots their rifles that were twice as much.”
“It consistently outshoots higher-dollar guns on the bench in spite of it's appearance.”
“Yes | No | Report from mattreney wrote 31 weeks 2 days ago yeah i dont think they do wear out my dad has one over 40 years old and it still outshoots most modern shoutguns plus it has all the origional parts. it has nothing more and nothing less than when it was manufactured”
“By the way, Barret came out with a cartridge that is smaller in diameter and smaller case, but on lighter armor that the 50 BMG can take this rifle outshoots it at 2500 yards.”
“Now he's 17 and outshoots me in the dove fields but only comes close with handguns and rifles.”
“Not only does he defuse bombs like he's unwrapping lollipops, he outdrinks, outfights and outshoots his squadmates.”
“Two nights ago, some kid clerk outshoots two hardcore bad guys.”
“Believe it or not my piece of crap kit gun (I'm no artist and there must be some secret to bluing) outshoots all my in-lines ... patched round balls and a two inch group from 100 yards.”
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