Gun Control

Begun, blowgun, blowguns, burgundies, burgundy, flashgun, flashguns, gunboat, gunboats, guncotton, guncottons, gundog,

Pew pew pew

Pew pew pew

gundogs, gunfight, gunfighter, gunfighters, gunfighting, gunfights, gunflint, gunflints, gunfought,

Gundog

Gundog

gunite, gunites, gunk, gunkhole, gunkholed,

gunkholes, gunkholing, gunks, gunky, gunless, gunlock, gunlocks, gunmetal, gunmetals, gunned, gunnel, gunnels, gunneries, gunnery,

gunnies, gunning, gunnings, gunny, gunnybag, gunnybags, gunnysack, gunpaper, gunpapers, gunplay, gunpoint, gunpoints, gunpowder, gunpowders,

Gunite

Gunite

gunroom, gunrooms, gnrunner, gunrunners, gunrunning, gunrunnings, gunsel, gunsels, gunship, gunships, gunshot, gunshots,

Laguna

Laguna

gunslinger, gunslingers, gunslinging,

gunsmith, gunsmiths, gunsmithing, gunsmithings, gunstock, gunstocks, gunwale, gunwales, handgun, handguns,

laguna, lagunas, lagune, lagunes, misbegun,

outgun, outgunned, outgunning,

Salmagundi

Salmagundi

outguns, popgun, popguns, rebegun, salmagundi, salmagundis,

scattergun, scatterguns, shogun, shogunal, shogunate, shogunates, shoguns, shotgun, shotguns,

Shogun

Shogun

shotgunned,

shotgunner, shotgunners, shotgunning, speargun, spearguns, wangun, wanguns.

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5 responses to “Gun Control

  1. pew pew pew! I loved this; there isn’t much to it but it was fun to go through.

    • Thanks. I was listening to the radio that morning and a story about gun control came on. A teacher had prohibited her student from turning in an assignment about what he did since it talked about him and his mom going to Cabela’s to buy a gun. My thoughts went immediately to “Censorship, I don’t like this.” So, I decided to see how many words had ‘gun’ in them and make a list, excluding the obvious like ‘gun’ and ‘guns’.

  2. this was really neat! My favorite part is, “guncotton, guncottons, gundog.”

  3. I think the pictures work well in this. Helps illustrate how different your words are becoming.

  4. christie sentner

    I was trying to figure out why you switched letters and thought that might spell out a word.

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