from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Sports Thrown with or marked by a sideways motion of the arm between shoulder and hip height and relatively parallel to the ground: a sidearm baseball pitch.
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- n. A personal weapon normally carried in a holster on the body of a wielder for immediate use.
- v. To throw a ball with one's arm roughly parallel to the ground.
- adv. With one's arm roughly parallel to the ground.
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- adv. in a sidearm manner
- adj. (of pitches) made with the arm moving parallel to the ground
I am happy if the only time I draw my sidearm is at the end of my shift when it is time to unload it and put it back on the armoury shelf. .and I have been using firearms on and off for 22 years now!! on July 27, 2006 at 1: 02 pm | Reply Zebedee billbo - No offense, but in my experience (both from helping train and from “exercises”) & from the “media based knowledge” that I and the rest of the country have seen, the general populace has good cause to have minimal faith in the Police and in particular the Firearms toting side of it.
However, I can tell you without equivocation that my favorite sidearm is a Kimber Custom II. 45ACP.
Hey, military uses Italian Berettas for their main sidearm, and the M16 rifle and M240/249 SAW is now made by Faberique Nationale of Belgium (Colt has the contract for the M4 for now).
I had what is called a sidearm curve ball—palm down.
He also had a "sidearm" - police say it was a. 40-caliber handgun - and it wasn't concealed.
The last ten years of my career my sidearm was a S&W 6906 9mm because it concealed well and gave me lots of firepower.
If he is equipped by Stark/SHIELD his sidearm should be the most advanced weapon Stark/SHIELD could make.
The NRA (My favourite Weapon is a Steyr AUG, But for a sidearm is a Glock 22, But back home in the United States I carry a Glock 17.) (I am a full supporter of the Second Amendment.)
McGuire did capture the attention of police by openly carrying a sidearm, which is legal in New Hampshire.
He was also wearing the blue and gold, and they all had the same kind of sidearm you carry.