from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A pork-butcher; a pig-killer.
- n. A boar-hunter.
- n. A long-bladed pocket-knife.
- n. A horse trained to the sport of pigsticking.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
He was dressed in khaki pagri-cloth shirt, drill shorts and a pigsticker topi.
I threw myself across the floor, skidding on my stomach, and grabbed the fallen pigsticker.
The kid with the doctored stick was tapping it impatiently on the pavement while his buddy swung the pigsticker through the snowy night in one arc parallel to her breasts, a second parallel to her groin.
You'll probably get scalped before it's all over, or hung, or a Mexican will get you with a pigsticker.
Or he's practicing his sex/war face for when he's in and doing pigsticker bayonet training lol
“That pigsticker won’t do you no good now, boy,” the Texas soldier said, his head just below the level of the track.
This isn’t ‘ha ha, look at the crazy old gent with the pigsticker’, this guy could have killed someone.
"Sonny, unless you're a barber, I think you'd better put that pigsticker down.
You’ll probably get scalped before it’s all over, or hung, or a Mexican will get you with a pigsticker.