Gunfire can refer to:

  • Gunshot, the discharge of a firearm
  • Gunfire (comics), a DC comic book superhero
  • Gunfire (1934 film), a 1934 Western starring Rex Bell
  • Gunfire (1950 film), a 1950 Western starring Don "Red" Barry

Other articles related to "gunfire":

List Of Los Angeles Police Department Officers Killed In The Line Of Duty - Officers
... Notes Whaling !Jack Whaling City Marshal — — 1853 — Gunfire William C ... Warren City Marshal/Police Chief — — 1870-10-31 — Gunfire May !Clyde A ... May Policeman — 01 !1 year 1907-02-28 27 Gunfire L/D Lyons !Patrick H ...
List Of U.S. Friendly-fire Incidents Since 1945 With British Victims - War in Afghanistan
... Jonathan Wigley's death was caused by gunfire from a U.S ... soldiers of the Afghan National Army after being hit by gunfire from a U.S ... Gunfire from the helicopters left 11 injured on the ground ...
Gunfire Locator
... A gunfire locator is a system that detects and conveys the location of gunfire or other weapon fire using acoustic, optical, potentially other types of ... military and businesses to identify the source and, in some cases, the direction of gunfire and/or the type of weapon fired ... unit A user-interface that displays gunfire alerts ...
San Antonio Police Department - Fallen Officers
... Fieldstrup Friday, May 29, 1857 Gunfire Patrolman Van Ness Wells Thursday, September 26, 1867 Stabbed Patrolman William M ... Lacey Thursday, November 29, 1900 Gunfire Motorcycle Officer Frank East Sunday, June 10, 1917 Motorcycle accident Officer Joseph J ... Pedraza Monday, October 6, 1924 Gunfire (Accidental) Chief of Detectives Sam A ...