So he even brought along an elephant-gun, which his cousin had used in India.
Jane Hubbard's robuster course was to raise the elephant-gun, point it at the front door, and pull the trigger.
I told him I had been down-town fetching an elephant-gun which I had left to be mended.
If somebody loosed off an elephant-gun at me in a dark corridor, I would climb on to the roof and pull it up after me.
The door opened and Jane Hubbard appeared, slipping a fresh cartridge into the elephant-gun.
It appeared to be a long musket, or elephant-gun, such as the “roers” in use among South African hunters.
A moment later she tore free, but Jack's elephant-gun crashed out and she lay still.
He would meet with fierce tribes, but his elephant-gun, as he knew from experience, was a match for many assegais.