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13th Sep '17 4:35:17 PM Lopiny
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* ''TabletopGame/WarhammerAgeOfSigmar'': [[OurDwarvesAreAllTheSame Kharadrin]] [[TheEngineer Endrynriggers]] have tools powerful and heated enough to rivet together an airship that's falling apart in the midst of being shot at, so it's not surprising when they later turn those same rivet guns on whoever's trying to shoot their ships down. As one can imagine, white-hot rivets that can staple an ironclad's hull together can do a number on even the thickest armor.
10th Aug '17 6:07:11 AM AkiTendo
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* ''VideoGame/Fallout3'' has a slight variation in the Railway Rifle, that doesn't shoot nails as much as railroad spikes. Similar to the Penetrator in ''F.E.A.R.'', the spikes pin body parts to walls.
* The ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'' {{D|ownloadableContent}}LC ''Lonesome Road'' adds H&H Tools nail guns, which work like silenced submachine guns. Its damage is fairly low (though it does more SubsystemDamage than normal, like the Railway Rifle), especially for an add-on that raises the level cap to 50, [[VendorTrash but its resale value is incredible]].

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* ''VideoGame/{{Fallout}}'':
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''VideoGame/Fallout3'' has a slight variation in the Railway Rifle, that doesn't shoot nails as much as railroad spikes. Similar to the Penetrator in ''F.E.A.R.'', the spikes pin body parts to walls.
* ** The ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'' {{D|ownloadableContent}}LC ''Lonesome Road'' adds H&H Tools nail guns, which work like silenced submachine guns. Its damage is fairly low (though it does more SubsystemDamage than normal, like the Railway Rifle), especially for an add-on that raises the level cap to 50, [[VendorTrash but its resale value is incredible]].incredible]].
** ''VideoGame/Fallout4'' has a nail gun that can be customized. You can also add nail guns to robots built in the ''Automatron'' {{D|ownloadableContent}}LC pack.
27th May '17 8:49:58 PM thatother1dude
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* The Hillbilly Horror Event for ''VideoGame/KillingFloor'' added Vlad the Impaler (Also known as Vlad 9000), a magazine-fed nail {{shotgun|sAreJustBetter}} for the support specialist. The nails can ricochet and hit other specimens, which makes up for the [[ShortRangeShotgun terrible range]]. [[VideoGame/KillingFloor2 The sequel]] re-assigns the Vlad 9000 to the Berserker, in order to give the melee oriented class some ranged attack options to get rid of pesky trash mobs. The gun can be toggled between firing a small bundle of nails like a shotgun, or a single nail.

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* The Hillbilly Horror Event for ''VideoGame/KillingFloor'' added Vlad the Impaler (Also known as Vlad 9000), a magazine-fed nail {{shotgun|sAreJustBetter}} for the support specialist. The nails can ricochet and hit other specimens, which makes up for the [[ShortRangeShotgun terrible range]]. [[VideoGame/KillingFloor2 The sequel]] re-assigns the Vlad 9000 to makes it a weapon shared with the Berserker, in order to give the melee oriented class some ranged attack options to get rid of pesky trash mobs. The gun can be toggled between firing a small bundle of nails like a shotgun, or a single nail.
27th Apr '17 3:59:51 PM REV6Pilot
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** And finally the Engineer has the Rescue Ranger which fires a what looks like a staple with a battery attached. Like several video game nailguns it can tack killed foes to the wall.
* The ''[[VideoGame/FirstEncounterAssaultRecon F.E.A.R.]]'' games have the HV series of rifles[[labelnote:*]]HV Penetrator, HV Hammerhead, and S-HV Penetrator[[/labelnote]], which fire [[AntiArmor high-speed metal spikes designed to penetrate armor, but are less effective than regular guns against unarmored targets]]. As an added bonus, when close to a surface, [[ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice the HV can stake enemies to said objects with the killing shot]].

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** And finally the Engineer has the Rescue Ranger which fires a what looks like a staple with a battery attached. Like several video game nailguns it can [[PinnedToTheWall tack killed foes to the wall.
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* The ''[[VideoGame/FirstEncounterAssaultRecon F.E.A.R.]]'' games have the HV series of rifles[[labelnote:*]]HV Penetrator, HV Hammerhead, and S-HV Penetrator[[/labelnote]], which fire [[AntiArmor high-speed metal spikes designed to penetrate armor, but are less effective than regular guns against unarmored targets]]. As an added bonus, when close to a surface, [[ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice [[PinnedToTheWall the HV can stake enemies to said objects with the killing shot]].



* The ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'' {{D|ownloadableContent}}LC ''Lonesome Road'' adds H&H Tools nail guns, which work like silenced submachine guns. Its damage is fairly low (though it does more SubsystemDamage than normal, like the Railway Rifle), especially for an add-on that raises the level cap to 50, [[VendorTrash but its resale value is incredible]] (though at this point, MoneyForNothing is in full effect).

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* The ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'' {{D|ownloadableContent}}LC ''Lonesome Road'' adds H&H Tools nail guns, which work like silenced submachine guns. Its damage is fairly low (though it does more SubsystemDamage than normal, like the Railway Rifle), especially for an add-on that raises the level cap to 50, [[VendorTrash but its resale value is incredible]] (though at this point, MoneyForNothing is in full effect).incredible]].
27th Apr '17 3:57:16 PM REV6Pilot
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** The first game has [[Music/NineInchNails Nine Inch Nail Guns]]. Contrary to most examples, they're some of the most accurate weapons in the game, and they're actual dedicated weapons: the super nailgun is essentially a gatling gun that spits out iron stakes.
** ''Dissolution of Eternity'' adds Lava Nails, superheated versions of the same projectiles that deal extra damage (they ignore the armor of other players and deal double damage to monsters).

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** The first game has [[Music/NineInchNails Nine Inch Nail Guns]]. Contrary to most examples, they're some of the most accurate weapons in the game, and they're actual dedicated weapons: the super nailgun is essentially [[GatlingGood a gatling gun that spits out iron stakes.stakes]].
** ''Dissolution of Eternity'' adds Lava Nails, superheated versions of the same projectiles that deal extra damage (they in two ways: they [[ArmorPiercingAttack ignore the armor of other players players]] and deal double 30% more damage to monsters).monsters.
13th Apr '17 8:37:51 AM StFan
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* A riveter is used for a particularly brutal murder in Ranma 1/2 fanfic, ''[[http://www.thekeep.org/~mike/imbs.html Ill Met By Starlight]]''. The usage is technically correct, being done at close range.

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* A riveter is used for a particularly brutal murder in Ranma 1/2 ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' fanfic, ''[[http://www.thekeep.org/~mike/imbs.html Ill Met By Starlight]]''. The usage is technically correct, being done at close range.



* One of the fake ExploitationFilm trailers produced in the wake of ''Film/{{Grindhouse}}'' for a contest and selected by Creator/QuentinTarantino is "Nailed by Nikita", about an Eastern European ex-sex worker who uses a nail gun in her rampage against the bad guys, played by Russian-Dutch playmate Olga Urashova.



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* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}''.
** In "Shut Up, Dr Phil", a VictimOfTheWeek is killed by a nail gun firing nails through a porter potty. Somewhat lampshaded when the local cops comment that they can't figure out where the nail gun had been plugged in during the attack. In this case AWizardDidIt (or rather a witch).

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* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}''.
''Series/{{Supernatural}}'':
** In "Shut Up, Dr Dr. Phil", a VictimOfTheWeek is killed by a nail gun firing nails through a porter potty. Somewhat lampshaded when the local cops comment that they can't figure out where the nail gun had been plugged in during the attack. In this case AWizardDidIt (or rather a witch).



* Staple guns were a staple (no pun intended) of {{Wrestling/ECW}} "garbage" matches. They were "used" correctly though, pressed against the target, as opposed to being used at range. They are still used today in "deathmatch" wrestling from time to time. This was shown in ''Film/TheWrestler'' during Randy the Ram's hardcore match against the Necro Butcher. Necro, a RealLife deathmatch wrestler, is well known for doing stuff like this.

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* Staple guns were a staple (no pun intended) of {{Wrestling/ECW}} Wrestling/{{ECW}} "garbage" matches. They were "used" correctly though, pressed against the target, as opposed to being used at range. They are still used today in "deathmatch" wrestling from time to time. This was shown in ''Film/TheWrestler'' during Randy the Ram's hardcore match against the Necro Butcher. Necro, a RealLife deathmatch wrestler, is well known for doing stuff like this.



* ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'' has a slight variation in the Railway Rifle, that doesn't shoot nails as much as railroad spikes. Similar to the Penetrator in ''F.E.A.R.'', the spikes pin body parts to walls.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'' ''VideoGame/Fallout3'' has a slight variation in the Railway Rifle, that doesn't shoot nails as much as railroad spikes. Similar to the Penetrator in ''F.E.A.R.'', the spikes pin body parts to walls.



%%* ''WebAnimation/HappyTreeFriends''. Eugh.



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* One of the fake ExploitationFilm trailers produced in the wake of ''Film/{{Grindhouse}}'' for a contest and selected by Creator/QuentinTarantino was "Nailed by Nikita", about an Eastern European ex-sex worker who used a nail gun in her rampage against the bad guys, played by Russian-Dutch playmate Olga Urashova.
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29th Mar '17 10:58:20 AM FuzzyBoots
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* A nail gun is used for a particularly brutal murder in ''IllMetByMoonlight''.

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* A nail gun riveter is used for a particularly brutal murder in ''IllMetByMoonlight''.Ranma 1/2 fanfic, ''[[http://www.thekeep.org/~mike/imbs.html Ill Met By Starlight]]''. The usage is technically correct, being done at close range.
29th Mar '17 10:52:07 AM FuzzyBoots
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* The page image depicts a cover for the 1985 film ''Film/TheNailGunMassacre'', a notoriously sub-par {{slasher|Movie}} which chronicles the killing spree of a maniac who, adorned in army fatigues and a motorcycle helmet, drives around in his gold hearse, killing semi-randomly with a nail gun while cracking bad jokes.

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* The page image depicts a cover for the 1985 film ''Film/TheNailGunMassacre'', ''Film/TheNailGunMassacre'' is a notoriously sub-par {{slasher|Movie}} which chronicles the killing spree of a maniac who, adorned in army fatigues and a motorcycle helmet, drives around in his gold hearse, killing semi-randomly with a nail gun while cracking bad jokes.
6th Mar '17 8:13:02 PM Willbyr
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2nd Dec '16 2:52:10 AM JackG
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* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}''. Invoked when Sam and Dean discover that Fate is out to get them. As YouCantFightFate, they walk down the street in broad daylight jumping at anything that's vaguely threatening. At one point a construction worker's nailgun jams and he starts [[PercussiveMaintenance hitting it]] while letting the nailgun point in their direction. The boys freeze in terror, but nothing happens.

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* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}''. Invoked ''Series/{{Supernatural}}''.
** In "Shut Up, Dr Phil", a VictimOfTheWeek is killed by a nail gun firing nails through a porter potty. Somewhat lampshaded
when the local cops comment that they can't figure out where the nail gun had been plugged in during the attack. In this case AWizardDidIt (or rather a witch).
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Sam and Dean discover that Fate is out to get them. As YouCantFightFate, they walk down the street in broad daylight jumping at anything that's vaguely threatening. At one point a construction worker's nailgun jams and he starts [[PercussiveMaintenance hitting it]] while letting the nailgun point in their direction. The boys freeze in terror, but nothing happens.
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