It was a snap shot, but the bullet struck him in the chest within three inches of the first, and found its way into his lungs.
Balancing most unsteadily, I swung up my rifle for a snap shot.
It was but a snap–shot, but the bullet went through one of the Russians wrists, and caused his thrust to swerve.
It is possible, with practice, to get this “snap shot” into the “bull” or touching it.
"It's a pity that it's too dark for me to take a snap shot of you with that duck," she said.
A voice might give the other direction for a snap shot if that was what he was waiting for.
Nellie made a snap shot at him, and, either from exhaustion or the effect of her bullet, he fell prone and motionless.
They had no desire to test his skill further than that one snap shot through their officer's brain.
I got one snap shot at his fleeting blurred image and missed him.
Without a sight, almost without aim, I fired, as one would fire a snap shot at a snipe.