trap gun

trap gun

n.
A shotgun designed for trapshooting.
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Tusker 'Missaka,' that frequented the Yala Sanctuary, died yesterday morning after suffering from a trap gun injury that persisted for over two weeks.
Well, now that I think about it, my old trap gun, a well-worn Model 32 Remington, has the safety disengaged so it can't work--this to preclude calling for a bird and then chasing it down the sidewalk with a death grip on the trigger.
Turkey is currently the source of every quality-level of shotgun from the finest-grade trap gun to the least expensive pump.
She said she has used her trap gun for hunting and home-defense on numerous occasions.
A MAN has been jailed after police set up a phoney shop selling combat gear to trap gun dealers.
Silent Auction highlights included donors Vern Brown of Precision Made Stocks, who provided one of his new models; Tom Wilkenson, who donated his nationally renowned barrel-tuning services; two Nascar Guitars donated by American Music Supply; numerous "spirits" provided by Southern Wine and Spirits; and a new Remington 1100 Trap Gun donated by an anonymous FGCPVA member.
The speed trap gun has been paid for by Warwick District Council.
And even though a trap gun can be effectively used in the field for
That is because that was all that Parker made with the exception of a single barrel trap gun. They never made over and unders, pumps, or semi autos.
Turkey is currently the source of every quality-level of shotgun--from the finest-grade trap gun to the least expensive repeater.
Many trap gun barrels have extremely high ribs, but the exaggerated rib on an unsingle looks like a miniature version of the Golden Gate Bridge.