Definition of dust shot in English:

dust shot

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noun

[mass noun]
  • The smallest size of gunshot.
    More example sentences
    • He obtained a 12-gauge shotgun with plenty of shells and ‘dust shot,’ and began preparing bird study skins for his teaching collection.
    • But with close shots on small vermin, misses and/or pass-throughs with dust shot cause less damage/injury than a pell.
    • I shot one or two with dust shot, without their being utterly damaged.

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