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- n. Plural form of pistoleer.
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Do not ecpect me to come visit him the the jail where they keep terminal idiots and 1/2 cocked reloaders and pistoleers.
There were a few serious pistoleers, though they didn't wear the strapped-down fast draw rings invented in Hollywood, and when the guns came out, they were often in the hands of somebody drunk and pissed off.
Sportfighters aren't necessarily street cop pistoleers.
I think the maximum shot you might have to consider would be around 200 feet — about 2 orders of magnitude farther than most pistoleers I know can reliably hit a target
I think the maximum shot you might have to consider would be around 200 feet — about 2 orders of magnitude farther than most pistoleers I know can reliably hit a target, but I already said we will assume the gunslinger can aim.
Krueger scanned the treeline, letting the crosshairs drift over riflemen and pistoleers, searching for the machine-gunner.
A shooter uses the two pieces to align the barrel with the target during firing; this method of aiming takes considerable time to master as the brain must work to reconcile inconsistencies seen through the notch, post and down-range target, says Kraft, who competes against some of the nation's best pistoleers and has worked with members of the U.S.