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1st Aug '16 7:55:33 PM Willbyr
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* Several characters do this in ''PhantomOfInferno''. In fact, it was Cal quickly stripping and reassembling Reiji's rifle by instict and experimentation that tipped him off to the fact that she's actually a genius prodigy.

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* Several characters do this in ''PhantomOfInferno''.''VisualNovel/PhantomOfInferno''. In fact, it was Cal quickly stripping and reassembling Reiji's rifle by instict and experimentation that tipped him off to the fact that she's actually a genius prodigy.
24th Jul '16 10:03:15 PM Rubber_Lotus
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* Batman underwent the "undercover" variety, blindfold and all, in a story from the 1950s. Despite his [[DoesNotLikeGuns legendary disdain]] for guns, he reassembled the gun in record time.
30th May '16 11:45:04 AM eedwardgrey3
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[[FreudWasRight No, not that]] [[GunPorn kind of stripping.]]

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[[FreudWasRight No, not not]] [[YouCanLeaveYourHatOn that]] [[GunPorn kind of stripping.]]
13th May '16 4:06:56 AM StClair
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* In ''{{GURPS}}: High-Tech'' the perk "Armorer's Gift" lets the character assemble or disassemble a guns in record time without even thinking. The extreme familiarity with guns helps if a weapon jams.

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* In ''{{GURPS}}: High-Tech'' the perk "Armorer's Gift" lets the character assemble or disassemble a guns gun in record time without even thinking. The extreme familiarity with guns helps if a weapon jams.
13th May '16 4:06:41 AM StClair
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* In ''[[Literature/PrinceRoger March Upcountry]]'', Julian sets up a betting pool on his ability to strip a plasma rifle in 7 seconds.

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* In ''[[Literature/PrinceRoger March Upcountry]]'', Julian sets up a betting pool on his ability to strip a plasma rifle in 7 seconds. (Retrieving all the pieces, let alone reassembling it, takes considerably longer.)
30th Mar '16 11:35:31 PM JackG
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* ''Film/TheBourneIdentity''. After knocking out two policeman who insist on seeing his papers, Bourne ends up with one of their pistols. Shocked and still acting according to his (unremembered) training, he strips the slide off the pistol before throwing it away.

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* ''Film/TheBourneIdentity''. After knocking out two policeman who insist on seeing his papers, Bourne ends up with one of their pistols. pistols. Shocked and but still acting according to his (unremembered) training, he strips the slide off the pistol before throwing it away.
30th Mar '16 11:34:51 PM JackG
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* ''Film/TheBourneIdentity''. After knocking out two policeman who insist on seeing his papers, Bourne ends up with one of their pistols. Shocked and still acting according to his (unremembered) training, he strips the slide off the pistol before throwing it away.
* Similarly in ''Film/TheDarkKnight'', Bruce Wayne is confronted by a shotgun-toting thug whom he easily disarms, disassembling the shotgun so it can't be used against him.
30th Mar '16 11:27:21 PM JackG
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** In "Booked Solid", Reese removes the slide from [[EvilCounterpart Hersh]]'s pistol after stabbing him non-fatally.



* In the ''Deathlands'' series, the companions' armorer, [[GunNut J.B. Dix]], not only constantly strips and cleans his multitude of weapons, but he does it up to five times in sequence and can tell at a single moment's notice when a gun is starting to wear and what exactly is wrong. And to top it all off, he knows by name almost every single make, model, and caliber of gun in circulation in Deathlands, as well as length of both gun and barrel, date of manufacture, and all specs by ''memory''. Every other character does this regularly as well. Given [[CrapsackWorld the]] [[ApocalypseHow nature]] of The Deathlands, it's quite literally a matter of life and death at any given time.

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* In the ''Deathlands'' ''Literature/{{Deathlands}}'' series, the companions' armorer, [[GunNut J.B. Dix]], not only constantly strips and cleans his multitude of weapons, but he does it up to five times in sequence and can tell at a single moment's notice when a gun is starting to wear and what exactly is wrong. And to top it all off, he knows by name almost every single make, model, and caliber of gun in circulation in Deathlands, as well as length of both gun and barrel, date of manufacture, and all specs by ''memory''. Every other character does this regularly as well. Given [[CrapsackWorld the]] [[ApocalypseHow nature]] of The Deathlands, it's quite literally a matter of life and death at any given time.
21st Mar '16 4:01:31 PM Prfnoff
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* The character is undercover as an arms dealer and it's a test to see if they know their firearms by assembling a pistol. They may have to do it blindfolded.

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* The character is undercover as an arms dealer ArmsDealer and it's a test to see if they know their firearms by assembling a pistol. They may have to do it blindfolded.
9th Feb '16 11:33:18 PM Thranx
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* Gun safety instructors are careful to remind their disciples they ''don't'' need to fully disassemble a gun, just separate bolt, barrel, stock for cleaning (in case of handguns: slide, barrel, mainspring) and they would better leave the more complex parts of the action like the trigger and hammer mechanism to the professional gunsmiths. They might have seen some people [[IJustShotMarvinInTheFace whose triggers went off when the gun was pointed where it shouldn't be]].

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* Gun safety instructors are careful to remind their disciples they ''don't'' need to fully disassemble a gun, just separate bolt, barrel, stock for cleaning (in case of handguns: slide, barrel, mainspring) and they would better leave the more complex parts of the action like the trigger and hammer mechanism to the professional gunsmiths. This is the technical difference between "stripping" a gun and disassembling it - stripping allows access to ordinary maintenance points; disassembly involves taking every single part off the weapon. They might have seen some people [[IJustShotMarvinInTheFace whose triggers went off when the gun was pointed where it shouldn't be]].
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