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As the five officers told it, Franklin overpowered three of them and gained control of a police submachine gun, wounding the two cops.Minneapolis Cops Involved in Fatal Shooting Get Separate Attorneys, Signaling Movement in 2013 Case|Karl Vick|October 7, 2021|Time
Peterson said Franklin now “had control of” both Durand and the submachine gun.
By the time Ronald Reagan officially launched the War on Drugs in 1984, gang members carried Uzis, MAC-10 submachine guns, and semiautomatic rifles to enforce contracts in the underground economy.Los Angeles Had a Chance to Build a Better City After the Rodney King Violence in 1992. Here's Why It Failed|Elizabeth Hinton|May 18, 2021|Time
The cache included a submachine gun, pistols, revolvers, and enough Semtex to make 180 bombs.Belfast in Chaos After Days of Protestant Rioting, Police Injuries|Nico Hines|July 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
All you had to do was board with your submachine gun in a trombone case, as Martin McNally did at St. Louis airport in 1972.When Hijackers Ruled the American Skies|Emma Garman|June 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
From out of nowhere appeared one Secret Service man with a submachine gun.Warren Commission (7 of 26): Hearings Vol. VII (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
Bullets from a submachine gun clipped out, peppering the entrance and the door, and ricocheting down the hall.
Gordon spun, and the gun leaped in his hands, while the submachine gun jerked forward and clicked on an empty chamber.
He leaped aside and turned his submachine gun on the Germans.
"I'm going down after some grenades and a submachine gun," he hissed.