But first I want that shooting-iron; it might go off by accident and hurt some one badly.'
I asked him if he used the shooting-iron to keep his landlord in order.
But if you'll take your hand off me and put down that shooting-iron, I'll help you hunt it, if there is one.
You're very plucky, all because your mate has got a shooting-iron.
The actual fact was that, although every man of us had some sort of a "shooting-iron," they were not formidable.
Then, as Purdee's laughter still jarred the air, he drew a "shooting-iron" from his pocket.
To play impromptu basketball; try for baskets: The Boys shoot hoops and zip around on skateboards (1980s+)