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24th Mar '16 9:07:42 AM Morgenthaler
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* The concept is [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] in TheBoondockSaints after the [=McManus=] brothers have cleared a room full of [[TheMafiya Russian mobsters]]:

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* The concept is [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] in TheBoondockSaints ''Film/TheBoondockSaints'' after the [=McManus=] brothers have cleared a room full of [[TheMafiya Russian mobsters]]:
20th Mar '16 1:07:43 AM Tahaneira
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* This can be done in ''VideoGame/{{Warframe}}'', but has no real purpose, making it CoolButInefficient.

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* This can be done in ''VideoGame/{{Warframe}}'', but has no real purpose, making it CoolButInefficient. Eventually, an update made the players moves slower in the air (while simultaneously making you harder to hit... somehow), making it a viable tactic to leap high above the battlefield and [[ViolationOfCommonSense slowly float down in plain view of all of your enemies]], scoring headshots all the way.
24th Feb '16 5:22:29 AM erforce
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* A slight variation, the cover of Kevin Smiths DVD ''An Evening with Kevin Smith 2: Evening Harder'' shows him leaping to the side in what would be the usual two guns jump except instead of guns he has microphones. This might be a parody of the cover to ''TheTransporter'' which had the image played straight.

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* A slight variation, the cover of Kevin Smiths DVD ''An Evening with Kevin Smith 2: Evening Harder'' shows him leaping to the side in what would be the usual two guns jump except instead of guns he has microphones. This might be a parody of the cover to ''TheTransporter'' ''Film/TheTransporter'' which had the image played straight.
4th Dec '15 10:48:04 PM DukeTulpersn
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4th Dec '15 10:47:36 PM DukeTulpersn
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[[caption-width-right:350: [[SignatureMove The master at work.]] ]]

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4th Dec '15 10:45:26 PM DukeTulpersn
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30th Oct '15 11:25:47 PM Stealth
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* As it is basically John Woo Movies: The Game, ''VideoGame/{{Stranglehold}}'' employs this trope and loves it dearly. Inspector Tequila can leap up and go sliding across acounter, emptying his pistols the entire time.
16th Sep '15 10:42:30 PM HeraldAlberich
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* {{Taskmaster}} does this in his mini-series.

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* {{Taskmaster}} ComicBook/{{Taskmaster}} does this in his mini-series.



* ''Film/HotFuzz''. Danny spends the first half of the film constantly nagging Nicholas about how many action movie tropes he's performed in his career as a [[CityMouse big-city copper]] (answer: none). Ironically, either Danny or Nicholas [[DeconReconSwitch end up doing every one Danny asks]] except firing one gun while jumping in the air, unless that's a subset of firing [[GunsAkimbo two guns while jumping in the air]].

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* ''Film/HotFuzz''. Danny spends the first half of the film constantly nagging Nicholas about how many action movie tropes he's performed in his career as a [[CityMouse big-city copper]] (answer: none). Ironically, either Danny or Nicholas [[DeconReconSwitch end up doing performing every one trope Danny asks]] asks about]] except firing one gun while whilst jumping in through the air, unless that's that counts as a subset of firing [[GunsAkimbo two guns while whilst jumping in through the air]].



* In ''[[TheThrawnTrilogy The Last Command]]'', Han does this--but as a distraction. With two stormtroopers at the end of a narrow corridor, and him around a corner, He dives across it, ending up around the opposite corner, and while the stormtroopers focus on him, Chewie pokes out and takes them down.

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* In ''[[TheThrawnTrilogy ''[[Literature/TheThrawnTrilogy The Last Command]]'', Han Solo does this--but as a distraction. With two stormtroopers at the end of a narrow corridor, and him around a corner, He Han dives across it, ending up around the opposite corner, and while the stormtroopers focus on him, Chewie pokes out and takes them down.
13th Jun '15 3:24:30 AM Odon
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* ''Film/StarTrekIntoDarkness''. Harrison shoots a Klingon soldier in the middle of a large leap, just one of the indications in that battle of him being a SuperSoldier.
28th May '15 9:36:41 AM Willbyr
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* ''GunsmithCats''.
* ''GunslingerGirl''. [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] in that girls' cybernetic enhancements allow them to do this without losing accuracy or hurting themselves.

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* ''GunsmithCats''.
''Manga/GunsmithCats''.
* ''GunslingerGirl''. [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] ''Manga/GunslingerGirl''. {{Justified|Trope}} in that girls' cybernetic enhancements allow them to do this without losing accuracy or hurting themselves.



* The [[TabletopGame Pathfinder]] RPG introduced the Gunslinger character class, who can learn this ability as a feat called "Leaping Shot."

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* The [[TabletopGame Pathfinder]] RPG ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}'' introduced the Gunslinger character class, who can learn this ability as a feat called "Leaping Shot."


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