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[[File:Wrist-mounted guns.jpg|thumb|[[Deadshot|'''Wrist-mounted guns''']]<ref>As seen in [[Superamigos 10|Superfriends # 10]].</ref>]]
 
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'''Wrist-mounted guns''' or '''sleeve guns''' were any type of [[gun]]s that were attached to the [[wrist]].
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'''Wrist-mounted guns'''; '''sleeve guns''' or '''gauntlet guns''' were any type of [[gun]]s that were attached to the [[wrist]]. [[Queen Bee]] was a great [[marksman|markswoman]] with her own '''wrist-mounted gun'''.
   
 
[[Deadshot]] had a silenced<ref>As seen in the [[Atlas of the DC Universe]].</ref> '''wrist-mounted gun''' on each [[arm]]. Each [[gun]] was attached to his [[wrist]]. They fired [[bullet|magnum bullets]] when he pressed a trigger button on his [[hand|palm]]. They also contained a [[Hook|grappling hook]] that allowed him to swing across [[buildings]].
 
[[Deadshot]] had a silenced<ref>As seen in the [[Atlas of the DC Universe]].</ref> '''wrist-mounted gun''' on each [[arm]]. Each [[gun]] was attached to his [[wrist]]. They fired [[bullet|magnum bullets]] when he pressed a trigger button on his [[hand|palm]]. They also contained a [[Hook|grappling hook]] that allowed him to swing across [[buildings]].

Latest revision as of 16:03, December 26, 2019

Wrist-mounted guns

Wrist-mounted guns[1]

Wrist-mounted guns; sleeve guns or gauntlet guns were any type of guns that were attached to the wrist. Queen Bee was a great markswoman with her own wrist-mounted gun.

Deadshot had a silenced[2] wrist-mounted gun on each arm. Each gun was attached to his wrist. They fired magnum bullets when he pressed a trigger button on his palm. They also contained a grappling hook that allowed him to swing across buildings.

The assassin known as the Black Spider used a wrist-mounted gun as well.

HistoryEdit

Earth-1AEdit

Batman and Robin both used their wrist-mounted grappling guns while facing the Orion Outlaws.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. As seen in Superfriends # 10.
  2. As seen in the Atlas of the DC Universe.
  3. As seen in the Superfriends season six episode Outlaws of Orion (1981).

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