Wielding two items at once, of any particular matter.
I dual wield swords <==|-('.')-|==>
I dual wield guns
I dual wield pencils
To simultaneously penetrate both the vagina and anus with two clenched fists.
"Hey Neil, what did you get up to last night?"
"Was doin a bit of dual wielding man!"
"Playing Halo? Any headshots?"
"Nah man,I was dual wielding this girl I picked up"
(v.) To carry and use two single-hand weapons at the same time; often associated with Halo 2, although it is featured in many other FPS titles as well.
"Dude, dual-wielding magnums is like going cowboy, yo!"
Also known as akimbo
. The act of firing two guns at once, one in each hand.
A ridiculous, idiotic, and downright fucktarded
practice popularized in John Woo
movies and unrealistic video games like Call of Duty.
It is probably descended from the few gunhands in the old West who used two pistols. But instead of firing both at once, they would either do a Border Switch
(draw two guns, empty the first one before firing the second), or a New York Reload
(draw your backup piece
when your weapon runs dry rather than reloading). This is because it is impossible for a human being to look through two sets of sights at once.
Therefore if you fire two guns at once, at least one of them won't be aimed at all, causing you to waste all of the ammo in that gun hitting nothing that you actually wanted to. Or you could just do it the Hollywood way and not even try to use your sights, meaning you'll just spray & pray with both weapons, waste all of your ammo, and hit everything except your target. Also, using two SMGs or automatic rifles instead of pistols doesn't make this stupidity more effective, it just makes you waste more ammo, look more retarded,...
The act of playing a ps3 and xbox along side each other at once with separate tv's.
Matt, do you want to come over and dual wield with your xbox?
Also called akimbo style, the practice of using two weapons simultaneously, one in each hand. The term usually refers to firearms, most commonly pistols (but machine pistols and other weapons can be used).
The practice has its start in the Old West. when cowboys generally carried single-action revolvers. Since these weapons generally had no more than a six round capacity and slow reload times, it was often necessary to carry more than one handgun. However, since most of the handguns were single-action, it was very impractical to dual-wield them. It is more likely that the cowboys used what is called a New York Reload
which is to hold one gun in each hand, firing with the strong hand (generally the right) and then, when that gun ran out of ammunition, switching it out with the gun in the weak hand.
Dual-wielding as it is known today first became common in kung fu movies featuring guns, such as those directed by John Woo (called gun fu). The use in films later spread to some action and western films. Today, in addition to action movies and show, it is not uncommon to see akimbo style in video games.
There is a bunch of kids running around today who think dual wield is legitimate technique because of what they have seen in movies like the Matrix series and games like Halo. Dual wield is highly impractical for a variety of reasons. First of all, it makes aiming much more difficult. It is almost much more difficult to handle recoil when you are firing two handguns at one time.
drawing and firing two weapons at once, one in each hand. most commonly takes place with pistols unless mass destruction is sought and automatic rifles or SMGs are used instead.
neo was runnin' up walls n shit when he went dual wield on their asses.