With literal fidelity, the band members perform with an AK-47 and a bazooka strapped onto their shoulders.
If the vice presidential debate were a movie, it might be called bazooka Joe Rides Again.
Once he hits eight, we can head on over to Bullets & Burgers, and who knows, maybe they'll let him strap on a bazooka.
"metal tube rocket launcher," 1942, from name of a junkyard musical instrument used (c.1935) as a prop by U.S. comedian Bob Burns (1896-1956); extension of bazoo, slang for "mouth" or "boastful talk" (1877), probably from Dutch bazuin "trumpet."
A marijuana cigarette impregnated with bazuco, a cheap cocaine paste
[1980s+ Narcotics; fr Sp bazuco, ''bazooka'']