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2nd Jun '17 2:57:35 PM StFan
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* Dwight [=McCarthy=] uses a sleeve-rig with a small-caliber revolver to shoot Manute during the final shootout of the ''ComicBook/SinCity'' story "A Dame to Kill For." Being that Manute is MadeOfIron, he comes back for "The Big Fat Kill."
** [[LittleUselessGun The gun was only a .25.]] Dwight laments this as he draws. Fortunately, this weakens Manute enough for him to grab hold of one of Manute's .45s.

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* Dwight [=McCarthy=] uses a sleeve-rig with a small-caliber revolver to shoot Manute during the final shootout of the ''ComicBook/SinCity'' story "A Dame to Kill For." For". Being that Manute is MadeOfIron, he comes back for "The Big Fat Kill."
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Kill". [[LittleUselessGun The gun was only a .25.]] Dwight laments this as he draws. Fortunately, this weakens Manute enough for him to grab hold of one of Manute's .45s.
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* The bar scene in ''Film/MyNameIsNobody'' has a character wearing his guns in his holsters backwards. Nobody tells him, "people who wear their guns backwards are bad news." When he goes for his guns, Nobody pulls one out, points it at his chin, returns it to his holster, than slaps him with both hands, all before he can move more than an inch or so. He does this several times--Nobody is able to move supernaturally fast when it comes to guns.

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* The bar scene in ''Film/MyNameIsNobody'' has a character wearing his guns in his holsters backwards. Nobody tells him, "people who wear their guns backwards are bad news." When he goes for his guns, Nobody pulls one out, points it at his chin, returns it to his holster, than slaps him with both hands, all before he can move more than an inch or so. He does this several times--Nobody times -- Nobody is able to move supernaturally fast when it comes to guns.



* ''Franchise/RoboCop'' keeps his trusty sidearm (a heavily modified Beretta 93R) tucked inside his leg armour. He's shown drawing and holstering it a number of times, including plenty of GunTwirling, a holdover to his previous life as Officer Alex Murphy, [[ChekhovsSkill which becomes important later.]]
* ''Film/PaleRider'' has a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ciez9G4cADE blink-and-you'll-miss-it example]] when Stockburn's posse open fire on Spider - the member on the far left, nearest the camera, draws his pistol by flicking it out of the holster and around his finger.

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* ''Franchise/RoboCop'' keeps his trusty sidearm (a heavily modified Beretta 93R) tucked inside his leg armour.armor. He's shown drawing and holstering it a number of times, including plenty of GunTwirling, a holdover to his previous life as Officer Alex Murphy, [[ChekhovsSkill which becomes important later.]]
* ''Film/PaleRider'' has a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ciez9G4cADE blink-and-you'll-miss-it example]] when Stockburn's posse open fire on Spider - -- the member on the far left, nearest the camera, draws his pistol by flicking it out of the holster and around his finger.






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* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "Bad Wolf", Captain Jack is stripped naked, but still manages to pull out a tiny gun. Three guesses where he was keeping it...[[spoiler: Two words: [[AssShove Ass Shove]]!]]

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* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "Bad Wolf", Captain Jack is stripped naked, but still manages to pull out a tiny gun. Three guesses where he was keeping it...[[spoiler: Two [[spoiler:Two words: [[AssShove Ass Shove]]!]]






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** In the remake Ocelot twirls his pistol for nearly 15 seconds between "Revolver" and "Ocelot."

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** In the remake Ocelot twirls his pistol for nearly 15 seconds between "Revolver" and "Ocelot.""Ocelot".



11th May '17 1:17:14 AM Morgenthaler
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5th May '17 10:40:07 AM AnotherDuck
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* In the ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'' remake, my God. Ocelot twirls his pistol for nearly 15 seconds between "Revolver" and "Ocelot."

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In the ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'' remake, my God. remake Ocelot twirls his pistol for nearly 15 seconds between "Revolver" and "Ocelot."



** As does Red in ''VideoGame/RedDeadRevolver''.

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** * As does Red in ''VideoGame/RedDeadRevolver''.
5th May '17 10:38:14 AM AnotherDuck
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* [[Manga/GunsmithCats Rally Vincent]] often wears long sleeves to allow for a ''Taxi Driver'' style peashooter in case she can't use her usual weapons, but more often than not, we see it when she's being forced to completely disarm rather than actually using it.

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* [[Manga/GunsmithCats Rally Vincent]] Vincent in ''Manga/GunsmithCats'' often wears long sleeves to allow for a ''Taxi Driver'' style peashooter in case she can't use her usual weapons, but more often than not, we see it when she's being forced to completely disarm rather than actually using it.
29th Oct '16 12:07:23 AM foxley
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* ''Literature/DominoLady'': The Domino Lady often keeps a small automatic holstered in her [[StockingFiller garter]].
7th Aug '16 3:51:08 AM Morgenthaler
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26th Jul '16 12:42:38 PM Willbyr
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* [[GunsmithCats Rally Vincent]] often wears long sleeves to allow for a ''Taxi Driver'' style peashooter in case she can't use her usual weapons, but more often than not, we see it when she's being forced to completely disarm rather than actually using it.

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* [[GunsmithCats [[Manga/GunsmithCats Rally Vincent]] often wears long sleeves to allow for a ''Taxi Driver'' style peashooter in case she can't use her usual weapons, but more often than not, we see it when she's being forced to completely disarm rather than actually using it.
18th Jul '16 1:41:23 PM TheNicestGuy
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* Fiona of ''VideoGame/TalesFromTheBorderlands'' has a small hold-out pistol hidden up her sleeve on a spring-loaded mechanism for a quick draw.
29th Jun '16 2:19:04 AM foxley
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* As ''Film/TheQuickAndTheDead''centres around a quick draw competition, a variety of different methods of holstering are shown. Sergeant Cantrell goes for a pistol mounted on a swivel on his gunbelt; allowing him to shoot from the hip without having to draw his gun.

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* As ''Film/TheQuickAndTheDead''centres ''Film/TheQuickAndTheDead'' centres around a quick draw competition, a variety of different methods of holstering are shown. Sergeant Cantrell goes for a pistol mounted on a swivel on his gunbelt; allowing him to shoot from the hip without having to draw his gun.
29th Jun '16 2:18:26 AM foxley
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* As ''Film/TheQuickAndTheDead''centres around a quick draw competition, a variety of different methods of holstering are shown. Sergeant Cantrell goes for a pistol mounted on a swivel on his gunbelt; allowing him to shoot from the hip without having to draw his gun.
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