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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.
22nd Jun '16 12:02:19 AM foxley
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* In ''Literature/TheUndertaker'' novels, Barnaby Gold has a pistol on the lefthand side of his gunbelt mounted on a swivel. Having unpicked the seam of the left pocket of his longcoat, he can reach through the pocket and swivel the pistol to fire through his coat even while seated.
6th Apr '16 10:51:26 AM Morgenthaler
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* Dwight [=McCarthy=] uses a sleeve-rig with a small-caliber revolver to shoot Manute during the final shootout of the ''SinCity'' story "A Dame to Kill For." Being that Manute is MadeOfIron, he comes back for "The Big Fat Kill."

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* Dwight [=McCarthy=] uses a sleeve-rig with a small-caliber revolver to shoot Manute during the final shootout of the ''SinCity'' ''ComicBook/SinCity'' story "A Dame to Kill For." Being that Manute is MadeOfIron, he comes back for "The Big Fat Kill."
19th Mar '16 4:01:17 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the PilotEpisode of ''[[TheSarahConnorChronicles Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles]]'', Cromartie keeps his gun inside his leg in an obvious nod to ''Franchise/RoboCop''.

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* In the PilotEpisode of ''[[TheSarahConnorChronicles Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles]]'', ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles'', Cromartie keeps his gun inside his leg in an obvious nod to ''Franchise/RoboCop''.



* In the ''SquareOneTV'' ShowWithinAShow ''Mathnet'', George Frankly and Kate Monday/Pat Tuesday often draw calculators from shoulder holsters before going off to their destination. They draw the calculators, perform a quick equation, nod at each other, then holster their calculators before heading out.

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* In the ''SquareOneTV'' ''Series/SquareOneTV'' ShowWithinAShow ''Mathnet'', George Frankly and Kate Monday/Pat Tuesday often draw calculators from shoulder holsters before going off to their destination. They draw the calculators, perform a quick equation, nod at each other, then holster their calculators before heading out.
6th Jan '16 11:46:04 AM Willbyr
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* Wolfwood in ''{{Trigun}}'' carries his guns in a giant cross that's taller than he is.

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* Wolfwood in ''{{Trigun}}'' ''Manga/{{Trigun}}'' carries his guns in a giant cross that's taller than he is.
7th Nov '15 5:45:08 PM nombretomado
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* In ''RedDeadRedemption'', if John wins a duel by shooting his opponent six times before they can draw, he does a bit of GunTwirling before holstering his gun mid-twirl.
** As does Red in ''RedDeadRevolver''.

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* In ''RedDeadRedemption'', ''VideoGame/RedDeadRedemption'', if John wins a duel by shooting his opponent six times before they can draw, he does a bit of GunTwirling before holstering his gun mid-twirl.
** As does Red in ''RedDeadRevolver''.''VideoGame/RedDeadRevolver''.
18th Oct '15 3:09:57 PM StFan
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* ''ScudTheDisposableAssassin'', being a robot, stores his guns in compartments below his armpits; he has to cross his arms to draw them.
** Not really an example, as those are basically analogues to underarm holsters, which are popular for concealing handguns under jackets and the like

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* ''ScudTheDisposableAssassin'', ''ComicBook/ScudTheDisposableAssassin'', being a robot, stores his guns in compartments below his armpits; he has to cross his arms to draw them.
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them. Not really an example, as those are basically analogues to underarm holsters, which are popular for concealing handguns under jackets and the likelike.
31st Aug '15 3:14:23 PM Azaram
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* In the Literature/{{Deathworld}} series by Creator/HarryHarrison, the [[HeavyWorlder Pyrrans]] have forearm holsters that will automatically put the gun in their hand (And, since reflexes = life on the DeathWorld, immediately fire) when needed, and put it away afterward. It's described in several places as ripping through the cloth of clothing that was not designed to have space for it.
25th Jul '15 10:55:20 AM MsChibi
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* Heero from ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamWing'' carries a gun in the back of his Spandex bike shorts.
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