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18th Jan '17 12:33:31 PM FringeBenefits
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* Faun Muranaka of ''{{Tasakeru}}'' wears one [[{{Stripperiffic}} strategically]] across her considerable assets. It has dozens of pouches to hold her {{Trick Bomb}}s.

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* Faun Muranaka of ''{{Tasakeru}}'' ''Literature/Tasakeru'' wears one [[{{Stripperiffic}} strategically]] across her considerable assets. It has dozens of pouches to hold her {{Trick Bomb}}s.
5th Dec '16 9:16:54 AM Morgenthaler
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Bandoliers are belts that hold ammunition for CoolGuns, grenades, or just weapons in general (or even mundane items). They also give off [[RuleOfCool coolness]] and [[{{Badass}} Badassery]] when worn.

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Bandoliers are belts that hold ammunition for CoolGuns, grenades, or just weapons in general (or even mundane items). They also give off [[RuleOfCool coolness]] coolness and [[{{Badass}} Badassery]] badassery]] when worn.



* In ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'', HowlingCommandos machine-gunner Gabe Jones - [[{{Badass}} who used a 30 pound (plus ammo) Browning M1919 medium machine gun as his main weapon, solo, even while running through the woods under a volley of mortars]] - is seen with a single bandolier wrapped around him. ComicBook/CaptainAmerica himself is seen sporting the Pancho Villa version in a propaganda movie, despite him using a drum-magazine Tommy gun. Justified in that these are just props and the in-universe filmmakers probably didn't care.

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* In ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'', HowlingCommandos machine-gunner Gabe Jones - [[{{Badass}} who used a 30 pound (plus ammo) Browning M1919 medium machine gun as his main weapon, solo, even while running through the woods under a volley of mortars]] mortars - is seen with a single bandolier wrapped around him. ComicBook/CaptainAmerica himself is seen sporting the Pancho Villa version in a propaganda movie, despite him using a drum-magazine Tommy gun. Justified in that these are just props and the in-universe filmmakers probably didn't care.
30th Oct '16 6:34:45 AM Anddrix
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* The Mad Hatter in ''Film/AliceInWonderland 2010'' has one, though it holds spools of thread rather than bullets.

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* The Mad Hatter in ''Film/AliceInWonderland 2010'' ''Film/AliceInWonderland2010'' has one, though it holds spools of thread rather than bullets.
20th Aug '16 5:39:44 AM JackG
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* This backfires in the Australian film ''The Lighthorseman'' (1987), when a Turkish bullet strikes an ammunition pouch on the bandolier worn across the chest of a Light Horse soldier, causing all the other bullets to spontaneously detonate.

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* This backfires in the Australian film ''The Lighthorseman'' (1987), when a Turkish bullet strikes an ammunition pouch on the bandolier worn across the chest of a Light Horse soldier, causing all the other bullets pouches to spontaneously detonate.
20th Aug '16 5:38:50 AM JackG
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* Naturally the title character and his men in ''Film/AndStarringPanchoVillaAsHimself''.
20th Aug '16 5:37:34 AM JackG
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* In ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'', HowlingCommandos machine-gunner Gabe Jones - [[{{Badass}} who used a 30 pound (plus ammo) Browning M1919 medium machine gun as his main weapon, solo, even while running through the woods under a volley of mortars]] - is seen with a single bandolier wrapped around him. ComicBook/CaptainAmerica himself is seen sporting the Pancho Villa version in a propaganda MovieWitinAMovie, despite him using a drum-magazine Tommy gun. Justified in that these are just props and the in-universe filmmakers probably didn't care.

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* In ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'', HowlingCommandos machine-gunner Gabe Jones - [[{{Badass}} who used a 30 pound (plus ammo) Browning M1919 medium machine gun as his main weapon, solo, even while running through the woods under a volley of mortars]] - is seen with a single bandolier wrapped around him. ComicBook/CaptainAmerica himself is seen sporting the Pancho Villa version in a propaganda MovieWitinAMovie, movie, despite him using a drum-magazine Tommy gun. Justified in that these are just props and the in-universe filmmakers probably didn't care.
20th Aug '16 5:28:58 AM JackG
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* Likewise in ''Film/TheLastStand'' when someone fires a FlarePistol at a mook with a bandolier of grenades.
20th Aug '16 5:23:34 AM JackG
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* This backfires in the Australian film ''The Lighthorseman'' (1987), when a Turkish bullet strikes an ammunition pouch on the bandolier worn across the chest of a Light Horse soldier, causing all the other bullets to spontaneously detonate.
24th Apr '16 3:39:02 AM erforce
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* Erron Black from MortalKombatX doesn't have one Badass Bandolier, he has ''Three'' of them.

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* Erron Black from MortalKombatX ''VideoGame/MortalKombatX'' doesn't have one Badass Bandolier, he has ''Three'' of them.
22nd Apr '16 1:47:11 AM aye_amber
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** ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'' participated in a costume crossover deal with the Steam version of ''MondayNightCombat''. Gamers who bought MNC before February 1st got a bunch of crossover gear the characters could wear. The Gunner's gear was the Heavy's bandolier.

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** ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'' participated in a costume crossover deal with the Steam version of ''MondayNightCombat''. ''VideoGame/MondayNightCombat.'' Gamers who bought MNC before February 1st got a bunch of crossover gear the characters could wear. The Gunner's gear was the Heavy's bandolier.
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