- n. Plural form of pistol.
“They're firing pistols -- especially the one wearing number fourteen -- but _pistols_? ”
“Unloading a stream of bullets with dual-wielded pistols is violent and realistically deadly to your enemies.”
“The Bigoted Tea Bag Express, on the road again! when're ya gonna get one of dat dem dere followers of yours who be carryin 'pistols to town halls to use one'a dem things?”
“Some passengers grabbed pistols from the IDF soldiers and opened fire.”
“Dual-wielding pistols is ridiculous, but looks cool.”
“They make great mountain pistols which work well for most hunting purposes.”
“Yes you are right about it being used in pistols because of the quicker ign. and pressure.”
“Shah's camp, two miles distant, to learn the state of affairs; another to Tehran, to purchase ammunition and bring out some fifty carbines and pistols from the Mission stores; and a third was despatched to an Afghan friend,”
“The Tea Party convention crowd, with its Patrick Henry garb, “Guns Save Lives” stickers and openly toted. 45-caliber automatic pistols, is Cuccinelli’s natural base, and it is organized in Virginia like it’s never been organized before.”
“For a small grip, I would recommend one of the smaller Kahr pistols, which is also easy to conceal.”
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