A firearm; gun; piece (1950s+ Street gang)
She had warned them never to touch a fire stick and to hide if they saw anyone with one.
If we except, of course, my fire stick and the remains of a flounder.
Usually a bowstring was twisted about a fire stick, and the stick was turned rapidly in a groove.
So we were wroth and made to slay the other baas, but he shot us down with a fire stick and returned to his own country in haste.
Then he took the fire stick and rubbed the head of the bird, making a place where red and white feathers have grown ever since.
Kneeling on the sand he grasped his fire stick in his left hand after placing the bowstring in position.
He took a fire stick and rubbed the top of the head of his prisoner until the feathers fell off and the raw flesh appeared.
“The fire stick is even now in the thatch,” went on the Kafir, after a few more puffs at his pipe.