you shoot is just like any other gun.
it was difficult for the British soldiers to shoot back at the minutemen because they had to shoot up well they were shooting down at them.
the Winchester multi shot rifle
I believe it is for the police officers that died in the shoot out in Oakland.
Battle of Bunker Hill 1775
Jennie Muskett's birth name is Jennifer Jean Muskett.
Netta Muskett was born in 1887.
Netta Muskett died in 1963.
More than likely a smooth bore muskett and some sort of knife/hatchett
They were both army's, they had the same fighting tactics, and they both fired the Brown Bess Muskett
The future tense of shoot is will shoot or going to shoot: Tony will shoot the climactic scene of the movie tomorrow, and then he is going to shoot a music video.
Examples of nouns (in bold) that can be used with the verb 'shoot':shoot a scene (video/movie)shoot a bullet (gunfire)shoot an arrow (archery)shoot the moon (a challenge or a gamble)Examples of nouns (in bold) that can be used with the noun 'shoot':turkey shoot (hunting trip)target shoot (firearm contest)bamboo shoot (plant or vegetable)hoop shoot (basketball free-throw contest)
"Ah, shoot, I left my homework at home!"Guns shoot bullets. People shoot guns.
No. But where you shoot it, what you shoot it at, or where the projectile goes can be.
You shoot at a Target. You shoot with a Thompson(brand name of a gun). Submarines shoot Torpedoes.