runaway gun

runaway gun

[′rən·ə‚wā ¦gən]
(ordnance)
Automatic weapon that continues firing after the trigger is released; caused by a defect in some part of its mechanism.
References in classic literature ?
Then the branches closed over his head again, and Kala Nag began to go down into the valley--not quietly this time, but as a runaway gun goes down a steep bank--in one rush.
The book is divided into six parts with the following thematic foci--part 1, "Robopocalypse Now"; part 2, "Building the Terminator"; part 3, "Runaway Gun"; part 4, "Flash War"; part 5, "The Fight to Ban Autonomous Weapons"; and part 6, "Averting Armageddon: The Weapon of Policy." Within each of these parts of the book, three to five chapters are clustered together to develop a thematic focus of the twenty-one book chapters.
But amidst the organizing and sloganeering, a lingering question remains: Can LGBT people add some new, critical element to the fight against runaway gun violence in the United States?
The procedure for a runaway gun is covered by training rules that are briefed before every flight.
Sacia had said the bill was being force by Chicago lawmakers, who favor much tighter gun laws than their downstate counterparts, because the city has a runaway gun problem, the Huffington Post reports.
Don't fire until the problem is fixed or you could have a runaway gun.
The crew prevented a hot gun situation, ended a runaway gun malfunction, preventing possible injury and loss of life to crews, damage to both aircraft without further incident.
The harder the White House tries to curb America's runaway gun problem, the tougher the diehards fight to keep their weapons.
If the wrong op rod and sear are used, you could end up with a runaway gun, plus damage to the M240.
My first thought was that we had a runaway gun, left side.
Rails and slides had been repeatedly staked, internals were unsafe, and runaway guns were common on the range.