The user possesses immense proficiency in the art of the Quick-Draw, able to quickly draw out their weapon and attack their opponent with impeccable direction and insurmountable speed. With a gun, the user can draw their gun and shoot their target before their opponent can move. With a sword, the user can draw their sword(s) and cut their opponent in successful quick strikes before they would have a chance to react. Although guns and swords the choice weapons to perform quick-draws, they are not the only options. Those skilled in other forms of weaponry, even large ones, can draw and use them in a fast and precise movement.
Lucky Luke's (Lucky Luke) signature move is outdrawing his own shadow!...
...he did it again while disarming the Daltons.
A master swordsman renowned for his mastery of Iaijutsu, Mifune (Naruto) is able to...
...attack with such speed and precision to where he can inflict lethal blows on his opponent without staining his sword with blood.
As one of the most skilled samurai of his generation, Genchu Daisuke-Wataro (No Need For Bushido) can easily cut an opponent down with his powerful Battōjutsu.
As a supreme master of Gentle Blade, Brook's (One Piece) Hanauta Sancho: Yahazu Giri/Three-Verse Humming: Arrow-Notch Slash is such a fast pace technique that it appears that it did not attack its target at all.
...and his Kasuriuta: Fubuki Giri/Pastoral Song: Blizzard Slash, which can induce a deadly cold from the underworld itself.
Roronoa Zoro's (One Piece) using his Ittoryu Iai: Shishi Sonson/Lion Song to cut through Daz Bones/Mr.1's steel body...
...and Hody Jones's body as his technique has grown stronger since 2 years of intense training.
Shiryu of the Rain (One Piece) is a proficient swordsman who can kill several enemies in a split second with a single draw of his nodachi, Raiu.
Yusuke Kitagawa (Persona 5) is highly skilled in Iaijutsu, quick drawing his katana in an instant to cut enemies in one swift stroke
Princess Mira (Samurai Jack) is shown practicing her quick draw. She repeatedly slashes the drops of water falling from an icicle to the other bounty hunters' amazement.
Link (The Legend of Zelda series) can use the Mortal Draw technique to quickly draw his sword and deliver a devastating blow to the nearest enemy, critically injuring if not killing them.
Match's (Toriko) swordsmanship emphasizes drawing, striking the enemy, and re-sheathing his sword as a single coherent motion.
Miyamoto Usagi (Usagi Yojimbo)
Gill Bastar (WANTED!) shows off his quick draw on a wannabe bounty hunter.