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buckshot

A type of large (lead) shot—from 0.24 to 0.36 inches in diameter—which fills shotgun shells used for hunting large animals, such as male deer (bucks).
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X-rays performed at the Kassab Institute showed that the injuries were due to buckshot.
Movie Premise - A shot at fame and fortune arrives for struggling, pop country singer Charlie Stillman in questionable, life-threatening form when he must transport Honky Tonk legend and destroyer-of-worlds Buckshot Thomas cross country for the concert of a lifetime.
Miss Buckshot was once again putting in all her best work at the finish so this step up to 10 furlongs looks a logical move for what is an inform filly.
MISS BUCKSHOT has hit the bar on his last two starts but can return to winning ways in the coral.
I mean, he's got buckshot in his butt, I'm sure he's going to," she told KOKO.
Witnesses reported hearing a blast in Daih during a confrontation between protesters and police who fired tear gas and buckshot to disperse demonstrators.
ArabLit and 7iber continue coverage of this year's International Prize for Arabic Fiction (IPAF) longlist -- in English and Arabic -- with Inm Kachachi and Tashari,a word in the Iraqi dialect for "a hunting rifle that scatters buckshot in several directions.
Law enforcement fought back with buckshot and teargas.
Buckshot on feet threatens Tripoli's truce Siniora meets Berri and opens dialogue of presidential deadline with Bkirki ASSAFIR: Washington hurries to settle oil .
In other words, a delivery system for quickly putting as much birdshot, buckshot or slugs downrange to allow you to smack stuff down faster than the other guys.
Fin-stabilized slugs out of a longer barrel like the M500's can be effective at midrange distances; beanbag rounds can subdue targets up close; rubber buckshot is effective for crowds.