Seven brings the limit down to one more than the six-shooter of old, which gunslingers found to be enough to win the West.
He'll keep on till some over-provoked sport bends a six-shooter on his insultin' head.'
As the ponies flash by, Moore's six-shooter barks three times.
He went to her swiftly, and taking the six-shooter gently from her hand laid it upon the ground.
His six-shooter fell to the ground and he clutched his side.
I had left camp in such a hurry that I failed to take my six-shooter, an oversight of which I was rarely guilty in those days.
This was talk that might have to be backed by a six-shooter.
Bud is going to race Hatrack against that magpie horse grazing out there, and throw in a six-shooter if the old gent wins.
He wore a big Colt's six-shooter on a cartridge belt about his waist.
And as she advanced she smiled a little ostentatiously whimsical smile and touched the butt of her six-shooter.
(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'']