BB gun


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BB gun

n.
A small air rifle that shoots BBs.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.BB gun - an air gun in which BBs are propelled by compressed air
air gun, air rifle, airgun - a gun that propels a projectile by compressed air
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In that district, Rose said, the school board believed alternative school would be an appropriate disciplinary action for a student who was involved in an incident with a BB gun.
Concerned witnesses contacted the police after spotting the boys in a car park, but when officers detained the teens the gun was found to be a BB gun.
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Armed police swooped on the car after the man reached for the weapon, which turned out to be a BB gun, during a row on Cakemore Road.
A man with a suspected BB gun has been arrested after armed police swarmed a busy Gateshead street.
South Wales Police said a 13-yearold boy was found with a bright orange BB gun, which was seized by police, and a box of yellow plastic pellets.
Medics at Derriford Hospital, Plymouth, found a metal pellet from a BB gun and hooked it out.
That line was famously uttered by Ralphie in the movie A Christmas Story to describe his personal equalizer and faithful sidekick, the one-and-only Red Ryder BB Gun. Of course, real Daisy collectors all know the Red Ryder never really had a compass nor sundial, at least until the movie became popular.
BEFORE THE MOVIE, Daisy didn't offer its Red Ryder BB gun with "a compass in the stock and this thing that tells time," as Ralphie Parker, the young protagonist in "A Christmas Story" (1983), described.
A TEENAGER who left a delivery driver fearing for his life when he aimed a BB gun at him has avoided being locked up.
A reckless yob armed with a BB gun pelted punters close to a Paisley bookies.