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He shoots from the hip, he's a straight talker," said the versatile stockbroker.
In the Line of Fire (a nod perhaps to the tide of a Clint Eastwood film of the same name), presents Musharraf as an Eastwoodesque character--someone who shoots from the hip, talks tough, and is willing to take a bullet for a friend.
They view surgeons as a combination swashbuckling pirate, desperado, fighter pilot, and cowboy who shoots from the hip.