A shotgun with two magazines containing 70 rounds was found in the black Honda he parked in the fire lane at the school entrance.
Three armored police vans came barreling down the road firing shotgun pellets out of the turrets normally used to launch teargas.
Armed with a 12-gauge shotgun, the boy opened fire on 28 classmates on Thursday, critically injuring one and grazing his teacher.
Not unlike the AOL-Time Warner merger which preceded it, the shotgun marriage was based on the faulty logic of synergy.
It is here that Alexis reportedly purchased the shotgun he used Monday.
His rifle was in his arms, and the shotgun stood beside him.
One of them had a shotgun and others were armed with forks and rakes.
I don't believe any of them—at the time that they were standing directly around Oswald, had a shotgun—I may be mistaken.
A feather-duster seemed a more fitting weapon than a shotgun.
With a shotgun in his hand Andy wanted to have some fun with one of the servant girls, but Randy quickly stopped him.
beaver shot, call the shots, cheap shot, drop case, give something a shot, give something one's best shot, grab shot, half-shot, have a crack at something, hot shot, long shot, mug shot, not by a long shot, one-shot
[the drinking senses are shortenings of an early 1800s expression shot in the neck, meaning both ''a drink'' and ''drunk''; shoot, ''to guess,'' is found by 1864]
A warning or admonition: White House dithering led the Republican whip to fire a warning shot across the Administration's bow
[1990s+; fr an old naval practice]