Noun(1) a firearm that is held and fired with one hand
(1) A vicar has been charged with firearm offences after a handgun and bullets were found in his home by police.(2) It can serve as a shotgun, an accurate big bore rifle, a handgun , and even as a flare gun.(3) The gang was carrying a handgun , shotgun and an assortment of iron bars.(4) Five years after the sweeping 1998 ban on handguns , handgun crime had doubled.(5) It is stated that Australia banned ownership of most handguns and semiauto rifles.(6) The plot was uncovered as the three set out on their mission armed with rifles, handguns , swords and knifes.(7) The photos in the different tactical articles show handguns and rifles in use.(8) The reporter had a choice of fake handguns , pistols and revolvers on display in a glass case among books and small toys.(9) Shotguns and handguns may also have straps, but our present interest is the hunting rifle.(10) Mostly light weapons such as assault rifles and handguns were destroyed.(11) Most gun injuries and deaths were caused by handguns , not shotguns and rifles, the seminar heard.(12) A safe in the building was recently opened revealing sub-machine guns, handguns and listening devices.(13) About halfway through the game guns show up - handguns , shotguns, and a few rifles.(14) The vast majority of my field and hunting handguns are single action revolvers.(15) Prohibited weapons handed in included seven handguns and two shotguns.(16) You cannot address crime prevention without getting rid of assault weapons and handguns .
1. pistol ::
2. revolver ::
3. gun ::
4. sidearm ::
5. six-shooter ::
7. derringer ::
8. piece ::
10. rod ::
11. roscoe ::
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