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Gat vs. Pistol

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Gatnoun

A Gatling gun.

Pistolnoun

A handgun, typically with a chamber integrated in the barrel, a semi-automatic action and a box magazine.

Gatnoun

Any type of gun, usually a pistol.

Pistolnoun

The mechanical component of a fuse in a bomb or torpedo responsible for firing the detonator.

Gatnoun

A guitar

Pistolnoun

A creative and unpredictable jokester, a constant source of entertainment and surprises.

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Gatnoun

An opening between sandbanks; a strait.

Pistolnoun

(Southern US) A small boy who is bright, alert and very active.

Gatnoun

A traditional Korean hat made of horsehair, once worn by married gentlemen.

Pistolnoun

(American football) An offensive formation in which the quarterback receives the snap at a distance behind the center, but closer than in a shotgun formation, with a running back lined up behind him.

Gatverb

(slang) To shoot someone with a pistol or other handheld firearm.

Pistolverb

(transitive) To shoot (at) a target with a pistol.

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Gat

imp. of Get.

Pistolnoun

The smallest firearm used, intended to be fired from one hand, - now of many patterns, and bearing a great variety of names. See Illust. of Revolver.

Gatnoun

a gangster's pistol

Pistolverb

To shoot with a pistol.

Pistolnoun

a firearm that is held and fired with one hand

Pistol

A pistol is a handgun, more specifically one with the chamber integral to its gun barrel, though in common usage the two terms are often used interchangeably. The English word was introduced in ca.

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