Green’s Dictionary of Slang

shot v.

[shotter n.]

(black) to deal drugs.

[UK]Dizzee Rascal in Vice Mag. at [Internet] Like I said before the shotters, who just shot cos they want to shot. [...] If you’re in an area where it doesn’t look like there’s a way out, didn’t do well at school, you’re shotting, whatever, seeing the same old cats, same old dealers, same old beef, same old shootings, that goes to your head getme?
[UK]A. Wheatle Dirty South 22: I have some light green to shot.
[UK]J. Cornish Attack the Block [film script] 24: You shot my weed from Ron still?
[UK]Guardian G2 1 Sept. 25/2: [He] was earning more than £2,000 a day at the height of his ‘shotting’.