air gun


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air gun

[′er ‚gən]
(ordnance)

air gun

1. Same as spray gun.
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Besides the steady increase in sales in your growing air gun department, you're helping to expand the ranks of the NRA in its steady growth.
Swansea coroner Philip Rogers recorded an accidental death verdict and pointed out that although the air gun which killed Rhys was considered lethal by firearms experts, it did not require a licence.
Regional superintendent David Millard said: "Mindless air gun attacks on pets and wildlife is a serious and worsening problem.
THE government is to ban the sale of air guns except through registered firearms dealers.
Last night a campaigner renewed her calls for air guns to be licensed following the injury to PC Jackson.
A tough new crack down on teenagers using air guns has become law as a result of a Chronicle campaign.
Daisy(R) Air Gun Fun delivers a wealth of gun and shooting safety training.
Rhys Johnson, 10, died in hospital after being shot twice in the chest with an air gun usually used for hunting rabbits.
He admitted brandishing an air gun and a breach of the peace in May.
Two Huddersfield people were also hit by the volley of air gun shots in the field next to Kirkheaton Parish Church.
A YOB who shot a family cat with an air gun was slammed as "mindless" by her distraught owners last night.
A GIRL who claimed she was shot by an air gun sniper in a park made the story up out of panic, West Midlands Police have revealed.