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Submitted by CrzyFooL 1367d ago | video

Watch This Awesome Gunslinger Spin His Revolvers Like Ocelot

Anyone who’s familiar with the Metal Gear Solid series knows Revolver Ocelot. That cocky bastard sure does love his six shooters and he sure knows how to spin ‘em. He does some pretty impressive gun spinnin’ in the game, but let’s see someone try that in real life! (Culture, Metal Gear Series)

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xPhearR3dx  +   1367d ago
Well, with all those fancy tricks he's doing I bet his K/D ratio is terrible.
Sandwich Bender  +   1367d ago
How do you only have two bubbles? I laughed out loud at this.
Hitman0769  +   1367d ago
That's some fancy shit right there
Sigmarue  +   1367d ago
Hoooooooomg. It makes no sense, but I'm impressed.
xtheownerzx  +   1367d ago
LOL at 1:50 in the morning I come on N4G and i see this. I'm laughing so hard right now.
Hicken  +   1367d ago
I am impressed. I usually just aim and fire.

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