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- n. A firearm, such as a shotgun or rifle, which is fired while braced against the shoulder.
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Kruck traversed the long gun toward the flanking T-34.
He was sleeping already, in a cramped bed made upon his cart's load, with his long gun ready under his hand.
His jowls hung in flaps like the flews of a hound, and he held the long gun behind him, run down back of his leg.
The sloping front, the long gun with the small cradle, and the sidemounted armor skirts gave the tank destroyer a compact, solid appearance.
Lekschat saw flame spurt from the muzzles of the long gun barrels of the Soviet tanks.
The long gun barrel appeared first, then the tank's nose, and finally the whole length of the T-34 was exposed in front of the German panzer.
Remarkably composed and quiet-voiced, this big white man with long gun looks over at me and agrees with my husband.