double-barrel buck shot



“double-barrel buck shot” is actually mixing 2 related terms. “double-barrel” is any gun using two barrels; they can be “over-under” or side-by-side. here beck is referring to a shotgun, because he follows that by saying “buck shot” which, btw, is generally written “buckshot” (one word). shotgun sh*lls are generally filled with small pellets that spread out after they leave the barrel. buckshot is larger, heavy pellets used for home defense or hunting large game – like a “buck,” which is a male deer. hence the name.
to punish beck for inventing the term double-barrel buck shot, i grabbed my grandfather’s double barrel from over the fireplace and unloaded two rounds of buckshot into beck’s *ss.

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