sawed-off

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Andrew, thrilling with horror, recognized one as a sawed-off shotgun.

And they've got four sawed-off shotguns and a tommy-gun in the back seat.

He could whang away at a quarter with that sawed-off .45 of his and hit it every crack.

The Mexican crept to his sawed-off shotgun loaded with buck-shot.

"Here is where I shine by being a 'sawed-off,'" he informed me.

Old Pete and his sawed-off cab came by and I flagged him in a minute.

"The shot must have been fired from a sawed-off shotgun," said the special agent.

It is no case of sawed-off shotguns and clumsy six-shooters.

"Buckshot, from a sawed-off shotgun probably," said the agent, shuddering.

Take the subject; it wasn't any of your little, sawed-off, one-year sprints.

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