The blunderbuss is a muzzle-loading firearm with a short, large caliber barrel, which is flared at the muzzle and frequently throughout the entire bore, and used with shot and other projectiles of relevant quantity and/or caliber. The blunderbuss could be considered to be an early form of shotgun o...
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[n] - a short musket of wide bore with a flared muzzle
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A shoulder gun with a flared muzzle for scattering shot widely, increasing the probability oif a hit without taking aim. In the 18thC it was commonly used as a house or coach defensive weapon.
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Blun'der·buss noun [ Either from blunder + Dutch bus tube, box, akin to German büchse box, gun, English box ; or corrupted from Dutch donderbus (literally) thunder box, gun, musket.] 1. A short gun or firear...
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noun a short musket of wide bore with a flared muzzle
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• (n.) A stupid, blundering fellow. • (n.) A short gun or firearm, with a large bore, capable of holding a number of balls, and intended to do execution without exact aim.
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short, muzzle-loading shoulder weapon, usually a flintlock, with a wide smooth bore flared at the muzzle to a maximum width of about 4 inches (10 ...
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The blunderbuss was usually a short carbine or pistol intended as a defensive weapon which fired a large load of heavy shot at close ranges. It was of a very wide bore with a bell-shaped muzzle capable of holding a number of slugs or bullets. Although now obsolete, the principal of the blunderbuss i...
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A shoulder gun with a flared muzzle for scattering shot widely, increasing the probability of a hit without taking aim. In the 18thC it was commonly used as a house or coach defensive weapon.
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[EP] Blunderbuss is an EP by singer-songwriter Teddy Thompson. Released on October 22, 2004, between his debut album and Separate Ways; the EP is permanently out of stock and difficult to obtain. A variation of "Turning the Gun On Myself" appears on Thompson`s 2008 album, A Piece of What You...
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[album] Blunderbuss is the upcoming debut solo album by Jack White, set to be released on April 23, 2012 through White`s own label Third Man Records in association with XL Recordings and Columbia Records. The album was written, recorded and produced entirely by White in 2011. The first singl...
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1) 18th century weapon 2) Musket 3) Oaf 4) Pilgrims' weapon
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