Israelis with an equivalent rank in other security organizations may also own a pistol.
I have no idea; all I can say is that both these things would be more effective than banning rifles with pistol grips.
In the papers, Sigg reported that she owned a .9 mm Glock, a 380 Taurus pistol, and three rifles.
As a direct result, they killed an MIT policeman and tried to steal his pistol and started on their final drive toward death.
He left his pistol today in his tiny cabin, where he gets his electricity from solar panels and a generator.
If a rogue holds a pistol to my breast, do I ask him who he is?
Katherine handed Austin the pistol which she had taken from Dick's hand.
Did he say anything about what he intended to do with the pistol?
A moment later, when he was alone, he uncocked the pistol--Dick's pistol.
Why not go back at once to Thurtell's gig and Weir's pistol?
"small hand-held firearm," 1570s, from Middle French pistole "short firearm" (1566), of uncertain origin, sometimes said to be from German Pistole, from Czech pis'tala "firearm," literally "tube, pipe," from pisteti "to whistle," of imitative origin, related to Russian pischal "shepherd's pipe."
But earlier English form pistolet (1550) is said to be from Middle French pistolet "a small firearm," also "a small dagger," which may be the literal sense; though some connect this word with Italian pistolese, in reference to Pistoia, town in Tuscany noted for gunsmithing. Pistol-whip (v.) is first recorded 1942.
[first sense probably a euphemism for pisser; lunch-counter sense because the eater feels as if shot in the stomach soon after eating hot pastrami]
[IBM] A tool that makes it all too easy for you to shoot yourself in the foot. "Unix "rm *" makes such a nice pistol!"