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pistols, plural;
  1. Shoot (someone) with a pistol

  1. A small firearm designed to be held in one hand

  1. a firearm that is held and fired with one hand
  2. A handgun is a firearm designed to be held and operated by one hand, with the other hand optionally supporting the shooting hand. ...
  3. A handgun, typically with a chamber integrated in the barrel, a semi-automatic action and a box magazine; The mechanical component of a fuse in a bomb or torpedo responsible for firing the detonator; a creative and unpredictable jokester, a constant source of entertainment and surprises; A ...
  4. (Pistols) A good weapon for noobs and pros alike. Doesn't make a lot of noise so zombies don't zerg rage on you.
  5. (Pistols) Glock pistol, PISTOL AUTO 9mm 1A, Smith & Wesson M&P.
  6. (Pistols) Small projectile firearms which have a short one-hand stock or butt at an angle to the line of bore and a short barrel or barrels, and which are designed, made, and intended to be aimed and fired from one hand. ...
  7. Energy pistols or blasters are in use and there is an active smuggling trade in Earth weapons.  But there is some slight indication of indigenous manufacture of pistols or firearms of some sort, since at one point, a pistol is checked for clan insignia.
  8. Seeing a pistol in your dream, denotes bad fortune, generally. If you own one, you will cultivate a low, designing character. If you hear the report of one, you will be made aware of some scheme to ruin your interests. ...
  9. Synonymous with "handgun." A gun that is generally held in one hand. It may be of the single-shot, multi-barrel, repeating or semi-automatic variety and includes revolvers.
  10. Handgun; more specifically a semi-automatic handgun.
  11. A hand-held firearm in which the ammunition is chambered in the breech of the barrel.
  12. Herbicide; active ingredients: diflufenican, glyphosate; main application: landscaping
  13. A non-repeating, repeating, or semiautomatic Small Arm designed and intended to be efficiently discharged by a single individual, using one hand. Also called a Handgun.
  14. Any of the molded handles used in foil and épée; an orthopedic grip.
  15. The standard hand firearm of pirates, who often carried three in a “brace” to avoid having to reload.
  16. A semiautomatic hand gun which (generally) stores ammunition in a magazine. Not to be confused with a revolver.
  17. A lobster that has lost both of its claws; also known as a Bullet.
  18. A low delay and fairly accurate hand gun.
  19. Technically, any handgun with a chamber that is integral with the barrel. This covers most (but not quite all) semiautomatic and single-shot handguns, but not revolvers (since the chamber is part of the revolving cylinder instead). However, the term is often used loosely to mean any handgun.
  20. A lobster missing both claws.
  21. a handheld firearm usually semi automatic, and whose overall length is less than 26 inches.