Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The practice of making snap shots. See snap, a.
“The three had kindly devoted the morning to me, for this photographic-themed family outing (basically, the kids agreed to tag along and play in the snow, while I tip-toed up and down the icy streets snap-shooting; it was Jean-Marc's job to navigate).”
“As his hand finally closed upon it, second finger on trigger and forefinger laid past the cylinder and along the barrel, he wondered what luck he would have at left-handed snap-shooting.”
“The three had kindly devoted the morning to me, for this photographic-themed family outing basically, the kids agreed to tag along and play in the snow, while I tip-toed up and down the icy streets snap-shooting; it was Jean-Marc's job to navigate.”
“Point-shooting, aka instinctive, snap-shooting, hip-shooting, Quick Skill, Quick Kill, etc. is a method that doesn't use traditional sights.”
“They fired back, snap-shooting through the rain, and the evening swallowed him.”
“Crouching, firing, moving, shifting and snap-shooting, oblivious to the drama of Fielder and Sueter behind him, intent only on the sappers in the trench, it seemed for a moment that he might make it.”
“This type of training led to the probability of a hit in combat, whereas snap-shooting, spraying, and fire volume assured only the possibility of a hit.”
“But stand his iron nerve and fatal snap-shooting the thugs could not.”
“The hand skilled to catch the one possible instant when the wide, circling loop of the lariat may be successfully thrown, and the eye and finger trained to accurate snap-shooting, do not well go with a mind likely to be long in reaching a resolution or slow to execute one.”
“For the next several minutes the two indulged in snap-shooting, firing at the slightest sound or movement; then the mysterious stranger suddenly ceased firing.”
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