"Well, I've got a six-gun here that'll talk for another one," silent Lite Avery spoke up suddenly.
He wore a roll brimmed Stetson, and carried a six-gun at his belt.
Yuh think Florence Grace Hallman is going to stand guard with a six-gun?
Then Yuma let out a wild cry as he threw his six-gun on the ground.
He empties his six-gun—counting the smoke-puffs—and waits a minute, watching like a cat does a gopher.
The rider, still holding his six-gun, muzzle up, glanced back.
Stand up in the corner, you liar, while she whangs at you with a six-gun!
The six-gun of the miner had been pressed hard against his fat paunch.
A six-gun battery was shelling the woods furiously near which stood a humble hut.
With no room even for six-gun work he turned his revolver into a club.
(also eight-hundred-pound gorilla or nine-hundred-pound gorilla) A powerful force; a virtually irresistible influence: She is a 600-pound gorilla. She can intimidate anybody/ likens Spielberg to an ''800-pound gorilla,'' which can be defined as a high-priced Hollywood species that makes its own decisions/ There were no obvious 900-pound gorillas like Forrest Gump or Schindler's List
[1970s+; fr a joke in which the question ''Where does a six-hundred-pound gorilla sleep?'' is answered ''Anywhere it wants'']