sub-machine-gun love

sub-machine-gun

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Examples

  • Police said seven AK47 assault rifles, two rifles, five handguns, five shotguns, 11 homemade firearms, at least one sub-machine-gun, a pellet gun and several rounds of ammunition had been recovered in the past two weeks in the Umbumbulu area.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The noise of sub-machine-gun fire from the main room turned out to be frying bacon, and we tried to revive ourselves with this while the grey morning light began to seep hideously up into the sky outside.

    Last Chance to See

  • Francisco Ventura was on the flight deck, watching me with his slow moist eyes, a sub-machine-gun in the crook of his arm.

    The Kobra Manifesto

  • Ventura was behind them at a distance of several feet, his configuration carrying the extension of the sub-machine-gun.

    The Kobra Manifesto

  • Behind her was Ventura and the snout of the sub-machine-gun was pressed into her back.

    The Kobra Manifesto

  • Ventura was leaning against me bulkhead, the sub-machine-gun in the crook of his arm.

    The Kobra Manifesto

  • Tommie and her brother, wearing Cloud's two suits of armor, were each carrying a semi-portable; wielding it, if not as easily as an Earthly gunner wields a sub-machine-gun, much more effectively.

    Masters Of The Vortex

  • Even as he finished speaking the flat rapid-fire chatter of a sub-machine-gun came echoing down the long flight of stone steps.

    When Eight Bells Toll

  • With a sub-machine-gun or twenty men with clean rifles we could hold this place against a battalion.

    Homage to Catalonia

  • Beside the driver a beautiful dark-haired girl of about eighteen was nursing a sub-machine-gun across her knees.

    Homage to Catalonia

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