English version

gun-toting

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgun-totingˈgun-ˌtoting adjective [only before noun]  carrying a gun gun-toting gangs on the street
Examples from the Corpus
gun-totingTheir frantic union was disturbed by gun-toting bandits and David burst out laughing in the quiet cinema.Defense attorneys, meanwhile, painted Woldemariam as a hotheaded, gun-toting gang member who forced Lee to shoot in self-defense.But the appetite for rough justice which the gun-toting sheriff satisfied does not easily go away.Just about any lawyer would advise bosses to fess up about a gun-toting supervisor.
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