sporting gun

sporting gun

[′spȯrd·iŋ ‚gən]
(ordnance)
A classification of shotguns which includes those with 30-inch (762-millimeter) full choke barrels.
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Possibly the world's biggest supplier of obsolete military and sporting gun parts.
During a row Tommy, who'd just returned from drinking in the nearby Church Tavern pub with Beatrice, was blasted with a single-barrelled 12-bore Webley and Scott sporting gun.
But the Farco is a subsistence gun, not a sporting gun.
The following weapons were seized from Surik Khachatryan's house: a Remington sporting gun, an MR161K sporting gun, an
During his lifetime, Robert Petersen amassed what many consider to be the finest sporting gun collection ever assembled.
Looks amazingly like smoke and mirrors, pun intended, to make it look like someone supports the sporting gun owners and is not at all opposed to the Second Amendment.
He buys a sporting gun from a mate and, with the help of middle-aged Paul (Richard Graham), swiftly engineers it to take live ammunition.
pounds sterling] Sporting Gun Cover price increase from 2.
Were the barrels standard sporting gun length or shortened?
Your wheelock is a German sporting gun, dating from the late 17th to early 18th century.
From the gorgeous cover image of color case hardening through 335 pages of the history of one of the most storied British sporting gun houses, this book is a treasure trove of technical information combined with the human element that changes a piece of wood and metal into a sporting arm with heart and soul.