gun-toting

gun-toting

adj
(of a person, esp a criminal) carrying a gun
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The Philippine National Police (PNP) said it is now looking into a video of a gun-toting incident along Commonwealth Avenue in Quezon City involving an alleged police officer in uniform.
Although the film details have been kept hidden but through teaser the film Kaaf Kangana demonstrates Eshal as the love interest of Sami as he confronts hateful politicians and gun-toting baddies in the military.
Starring Eshal Fayyaz as his love interest, the teaser shows him confront hateful politicians, gun-toting army baddies and a girlfriend who seems full of doubt.
He indulges himself in this morally bankrupt remake of the 1974 thriller, which cast Charles Bronson as a gun-toting husband thirsty for revenge.
I don't have enough knowledge of American politics to have an opinion but gun-toting teachers, no way, it's open to all kinds of accusations and blame.
THE first trailer for season four of Peaky Blinders has been released, leaving fans in a flutter that Aidan Gillen is joining the cast as a gun-toting hardman.
Jesse Eisenberg is great as the scaredy-cat anti-hero helped by gun-toting hardman Woody Harrelson.
Even if Arnie is starting to look his age, he works well with Williams, though still looks happiest in the gun-toting action scenes.
GUN-toting Alistair Bell said he wanted to go out in a 'blaze of glory' shortly before he was shot dead by armed police.
And if they get their way, how long before the first machine gun-toting teacher runs amok and mows down the pupils because they forgot their homework or something?
It was an awkward moment for the swashbuckling, gun-toting governor of Texas.
In the film, Lohan plays a gun-toting avenger called The Sister, reports the Daily Telegraph.