harpoon gun

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a cannon or similar gun that fires harpoons

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No, Anderson's the kind of engineer who feeds harpoon guns with 10-foot-long two by fours, simulating how wind storms launch debris at people and property.
A MAN blinded a 15-year-old boy by shooting him with a harpoon gun after he was attacked by a gang following an argument, a court heard yesterday.
The father and brother of the kid who is carried off set out to catch and destroy the monster using a home-made harpoon gun.
But in case you thought conservationists have permanently saved the whales from the harpoon gun, you need only take an early morning walk through the acres of stalls inside Tokyo's Tsukiji fish market (the world's largest) to the sales booth of the Kyodo Senpaku Whaling Company.
Then in the 1860s, a Norwegian named Svend Foyn invented the harpoon gun and the steam-powered catcher boat.
The harpoon gun was the alarm, and if it was firing no-one dared sleep.
THE incident where Prince Charles was confronted by thugs with a harpoon gun was obviously a case of mistaken identity.
She is an expert in many types of hand-to-hand combat and proficient in the use of over 8 weapons ranging from an Uzi to a harpoon gun.
Players can enjoy the game by thwarting the enemies with different kinds of arms such grenade launcher, harpoon gun, M16 rifle and more.
In the photograph the whaling equipment can be clearly seen with harpoon gun and harpoons and the crowd seem enthralled by the presentation of this whale by the man with the microphone.
Sort of like vowing to save the whale by buying a trawler and harpoon gun.
PRINCE Charles was threatened by thugs waving a harpoon gun as he swam in the Med.
His garage overflows with Martini glasses, a harpoon gun, ties, socks, books, games, toys, lighters, key rings, badges, ashtrays, mugs, watches, playing cards, music, talcum powder, photographs, bullets, a grappling hook for climbing up volcanos, CDs and even a tin of John West salmon with Bond on the label.
We note that a jar of false eyeballs, a harpoon gun and a badly stuffed eagle were among the items which were left behind on the capital's public transport system in the past year.