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25th Apr '16 4:54:28 PM Odacon_Spy
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* Antoine Vallon from ''Film/RoboCop2014'' is a Detroit crime boss who sells high quality weapons lifted from the DPD's own lockup to street level crooks.
13th Apr '16 3:54:21 PM MarqFJA
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Not to confuse with DeathDealer, people who use playing cards as weapons, although Arms Dealers are often being referred as the former.

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Not to confuse with DeathDealer, people who use playing cards as weapons, although Arms Dealers as the aforementioned "merchants of death" thing shows, arms dealers are often being referred as to by the former.same term or variations thereof.
2nd Apr '16 6:12:55 PM Joysweeper
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* The secretive Croc-Monsier in ''VideoGame/AviaryAttorney'' can get you one really nice gun for a ridiculous amount of money, a large number of mediocre guns for a ridiculous amount of money, or will sell out the rebels depending on him for a ridiculous amount of money.
10th Mar '16 11:44:23 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''{{Wiseguy}}''. Mel Profitt operated on an international scale, selling weapons as part of his Malthusian belief that it was needed to balance the birth/death rates.

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* ''{{Wiseguy}}''.''Series/{{Wiseguy}}''. Mel Profitt operated on an international scale, selling weapons as part of his Malthusian belief that it was needed to balance the birth/death rates.
2nd Mar '16 3:36:43 AM Roach
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* Even found in ''VideoGame/EmperorRiseOfTheMiddleKingdom''. Not only do you often have to produce your own weapons and armies to defend your town from invaders, you can also buy and sell weapons (even weapons you produce yourself) to other cities. Yet, weapons are simply treated like any other goods - wheat, silk, porcelain etc. - in that you can trade in them. In some scenarios the only use you can get out of them even is buying them cheap and selling them at a more expensive price.
26th Feb '16 2:25:46 PM dmcreif
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* On ''Series/BreakingBad'' Walt twice uses the services of an underground arms dealer. The first time he buys a basic revolver and the dealer tries to talk him out of the purchase due to how nervous Walt is. The dealer is a ConsummateProfessional and would rather not sell a gun to an amateur who could bungle things up and bring the cops down on all of them. In season 5 Walt contacts the dealer again and this time he buys [[spoiler: a remote controlled machine gun]] that is a key part of his final gambit in the series finale.

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* On ''Series/BreakingBad'' Walt ''Series/BreakingBad'':
**Walt
twice uses the services of an underground arms dealer.dealer (played by Jim Beaver). The first time he buys a basic revolver and the dealer tries to talk him out of the purchase due to how nervous Walt is. The dealer is a ConsummateProfessional and would rather not sell a gun to an amateur who could bungle things up and bring the cops down on all of them. In season 5 Walt contacts the dealer again and this time he buys [[spoiler: a remote controlled M60 machine gun]] that is a key part of his final gambit in the series finale. finale.
**The Cousins, in making preparations for their assault on Hank, procure the services of an arms dealer who sells weapons out of a semi truck to acquire bulletproof vests.
17th Feb '16 6:25:12 AM SAMAS
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** Calling Rifts' Black Market merely "shady" is technically correct, but they are anything but "standard". They not only deal in stolen, "lost" or resold weapons by the legit manufacturers (to say nothing of other run-of-the-mill Organized Criminal activities), But they actually manufacture and sell their own brand of gear, either knock-offs disguised as similar goods from other companies, or openly as separate products with their own design themes (western, military, pirate, etc...). One Black Market "family", Bandito Arms, actually is a legit manufacturer in it's own right with its own unique product lines, or well on its way to becoming one.
12th Jan '16 6:40:28 PM Jake
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%% * ''Elite''.
%% * ''{{Privateer}}''.

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%% * ''Elite''.
%% * ''{{Privateer}}''.
[[AnEntrepeneurIsYou The player can become one of these]] in''VideoGame/{{Elite}}'' and its sequels, if they're so inclined.


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* This is Creator/FPSRussia's day job. He might posture as a Former Red With Rusting Rockets For Sale in front of the camera, but he's ''probably'' the Gun Shop Owner type and totally above-board and legitimate in real life. (We hope.)
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11th Jan '16 8:13:11 PM Mhazard
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Not to confuse with DeathDealer, people who use playing cards as weapons, although Arms Dealers are often being referred as the former.
7th Jan '16 11:55:34 AM Mhazard
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* In ''[[http://store.steampowered.com/app/325630/ ArmsDealer]]'', you play as an arms dealer and purchase firearms so you can sell them to nations demanding them for profits.

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* In ''[[http://store.''VideoGame/ArmsDealer'', [[http://store.steampowered.com/app/325630/ ArmsDealer]]'', you play as an arms dealer dealer]] and purchase firearms so you can sell them to nations demanding them for profits.
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