But there are still four cartridges
in the revolver.
On the instant he leaped for the floor, received a blow on the nose from the heavy whip-handle, and had a blank cartridge
fired straight into his nostril.
The mate grabbed three cartridge
belts and two Winchesters and skinned up to the cross-trees.
They were laughed at by the chemists, who held that, while it was just barely probable that a single cartridge
, charged with the new smokeless powder, might spontaneously explode, it was beyond all probability and possibility for all the cartridges
in a given area, so charged, spontaneously to explode.
He knew there were no seas or ships in the heart of the barren lands, just as he had known there was no cartridge
in the empty rifle.
But each hunter this day had his rifle and a large supply of cartridges
Well, we shall find their muskets, their cartridges
, and their flasks; and instead of four musketoons and twelve balls, we shall have fifteen guns and a hundred charges to fire.
Most important of all, in view of the dangers which might surround us, we had our four rifles and one thousand three hundred rounds, also a shot-gun, but not more than a hundred and fifty medium pellet cartridges
Your musketeers, at the first exercise with ball cartridges
, would fire
During the last few days many of the men have been seen to throw away their cartridges
and their arms.
With a bandoleer of cartridges
across his shoulder, two six-shooters at his hips, and a rifle in his hand he was a much rejuvenated Perry.
With bated breath she groped beneath the little mound, scarce daring to hope that the treasure remained where she had left it; but, to her infinite relief and joy, her hand came at once upon the barrel of the heavy weapon and then upon the bandoleer of cartridges
I can shoot straight, but shooting would only serve us here until our cartridges
were gone - when the rush came a child could knock me over.
But you've only got three cartridges
," Henry objected.
Clips and empty cartridges
, tarnished with verdigris, lay on the ground, which, while wet, had been torn up by the hoofs of horses.