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28th May '16 8:27:59 PM SUTempest
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** Contrary to what many fans want to believe, FPSRussia, better known as Kyle Myers, is far from being Russian. He merely plays the character of "Dmitri", but he is an American residing in the state of Georgia. He has himself debunked the myth in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VsfaqLN6-iA this video]].
23rd Apr '16 2:54:14 AM DavidCowie
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* ''ResidentEvil'': Barry Burton is probably the most clear-cut example, wielding his beloved Colt Python. Secondary character Robert Kendo, who designed the upgraded S.T.A.R.S. "Samurai Edge" pistol is likely another example, although as the series veered further into GunPorn it's hard to find a protagonist that doesn't lovingly customize their firearms. [[spoiler:Unfortunately Barry doesn't' seem to take precations, as his kids Moira and Polly got into his gun cabinet and Moira accidentally sot Polly. No one died, but Moira's hated guns and her dad ever since.]]

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* ''ResidentEvil'': Barry Burton is probably the most clear-cut example, wielding his beloved Colt Python. Secondary character Robert Kendo, who designed the upgraded S.T.A.R.S. "Samurai Edge" pistol is likely another example, although as the series veered further into GunPorn it's hard to find a protagonist that doesn't lovingly customize their firearms. [[spoiler:Unfortunately Barry doesn't' doesn't seem to take precations, precautions, as his kids Moira and Polly got into his gun cabinet and Moira accidentally sot shot Polly. No one died, but Moira's hated guns and her dad ever since. It didn't help that Barry blamed Moira for pulling the trigger, and not himself for letting her reach the trigger.]]
21st Apr '16 5:11:38 AM G02
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* ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'' has a character perk called "Gun Nut" that gives your character improvements concerning the use and maintenance of firearms.
* ''ResidentEvil'': Barry Burton is probably the most clear-cut example, wielding his beloved Colt Python. Secondary character Robert Kendo, who designed the upgraded S.T.A.R.S. "Samurai Edge" pistol is likely another example, although as the series veered further into GunPorn it's hard to find a protagonist that doesn't lovingly customize their firearms.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'' has a character perk called "Gun Nut" that gives your character improvements concerning the use and maintenance of firearms.
firearms. ''VidoeGame/Fallout4'' takes it further by letting you customize all your weaponry so long as you have the right perks.
* ''ResidentEvil'': Barry Burton is probably the most clear-cut example, wielding his beloved Colt Python. Secondary character Robert Kendo, who designed the upgraded S.T.A.R.S. "Samurai Edge" pistol is likely another example, although as the series veered further into GunPorn it's hard to find a protagonist that doesn't lovingly customize their firearms. [[spoiler:Unfortunately Barry doesn't' seem to take precations, as his kids Moira and Polly got into his gun cabinet and Moira accidentally sot Polly. No one died, but Moira's hated guns and her dad ever since.]]
10th Apr '16 10:33:22 PM FGHIK
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Note that people in RealLife who fit this trope often find the term derogatory, for [[CaptainObvious obvious]] reasons, and it's not a good idea to piss these people off.

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Note that people in RealLife who fit this trope often find the term derogatory, for [[CaptainObvious obvious]] reasons, and [[BullyingADragon it's not a good idea to piss these people off.off]].
2nd Apr '16 6:21:40 PM Joysweeper
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* The hunting beagle Fontaine in ''VideoGame/AviaryAttorney'' will wax rhapsodic about guns and bullets at the drop of a pin, which can be useful to a savvy defense attorney. He knows his stuff.
27th Jan '16 12:44:05 PM WillKeaton
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* The Bullet Farmer from "Film/MadMaxFuryRoad" [[spoiler:keeps firing with dual AK-47s and MP5s, '''even after being blinded!''']]

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* The Bullet Farmer from "Film/MadMaxFuryRoad" ''Film/MadMaxFuryRoad'' [[spoiler:keeps firing with dual AK-47s and MP5s, '''even after being blinded!''']]
25th Jan '16 9:58:33 PM Dravencour
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[[folder: Tabletop Games]]
* The Full Metal Nutball from ''TabletopGame/FengShui 2'' loves guns. Absolutely LOVES them. He delights in all manner of ordnance, and his hideout is bristling with all kinds of legal and illegal weaponry. He doesn't have much experience with them in contrast to the real guns and killing types in the Chi War, and when he meets such types, he can hardly contain his enthusiasm.
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21st Jan '16 1:13:00 PM CynicalBastardo
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* Billy Rosewood reveals himself to be one in ''Film/BeverlyHillsCopII'' when Taggart and Axel visit his home.

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* Billy Rosewood reveals himself to be one in ''Film/BeverlyHillsCopII'' when Taggart and Axel visit his home. He begins using progressively larger guns later in the film, firstly switching his standard service revolver out for a HandCannon and then stashing ''three'' shotguns in the back of his car, going GunsAkimbo with two of them while wearing a BadassLongcoat in the final shootout.
15th Jan '16 2:13:26 AM Chabal2
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* [[http://www.m1-garand-rifle.com/ivan-chesnokov.php Ivan Chesnokov]], dedicated to correcting the errors that might be made by Westerners to Russian-madde guns. He also seems to have something of [[Website/SCPFoundation Dmitri Arkadeyevich Strelnikov]] in him.
13th Nov '15 11:46:22 AM Willbyr
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->''[='=]Science gets more fun when I get [[RhymesOnADime a bigger gun!]]

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->''[='=]Science ->''Science gets more fun when I get [[RhymesOnADime a bigger gun!]]gun!]]''



* ''HighSchoolOfTheDead'': Kohta is a self-proclaimed "gun otaku", but as he is a sixteen-year-old in Japan, he doesn't actually own any. He did however go to America and learn how to shoot at an [=NRA=] camp.

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* ''HighSchoolOfTheDead'': ''Manga/HighSchoolOfTheDead'': Kohta is a self-proclaimed "gun otaku", but as he is a sixteen-year-old in Japan, he doesn't actually own any. He did however go to America and learn how to shoot at an [=NRA=] camp.



* The incarnations of Maya Jingu in ''[[{{Anime/Burn Up}} Burn Up W/Excess]]'' and ''Burn Up Scramble'' achieve the trope in slightly different ways. In ''W/Excess'', she keeps a WallOfWeapons and [[ICallHerVera each of her guns is named]], and she goes pretty nuts when she can't shoot. In ''Scramble'', her obsession appears in the fact she keeps guns everywhere...usually next to her other obsession: ''plushies''.

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* The incarnations of Maya Jingu in ''[[{{Anime/Burn Up}} ''[[Anime/BurnUp Burn Up W/Excess]]'' and ''Burn Up Scramble'' achieve the trope in slightly different ways. In ''W/Excess'', she keeps a WallOfWeapons and [[ICallHerVera each of her guns is named]], and she goes pretty nuts when she can't shoot. In ''Scramble'', her obsession appears in the fact she keeps guns everywhere...usually next to her other obsession: ''plushies''.
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