Best (good) gun movies where CCW has been used..

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    \"Last Man Standing\" is one of my favorites but Bruce Willis'twin 1911\'s were not worn concealed. They were right there in the open for all to see in double vertical shoulder holsters. I especially liked the scene where he was loading his spare mags in his hotel room \"all 35 of them\".

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    Another vote for Open Range as \"The Best newer Western\" I think it has some of the best gun fight scenes ever shot on film.

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    Originally posted by APachon
    Man on Fire w/Denzel Washington???
    I like that movie, too :kay:

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    Best show of CCW on a movie was on the \"documentary\" made by everybodies favorite commie ******; Mikey Moore. There is ascene in bowling for columbine where a kid pulls some 15 pistols out of his pants along with a mac 10 and a 12 guage, I wish I had those kind of concealment skills. And I though Grand Theft Auto was unrealistic, that kid proves you really can carry all those guns on your person at one time.

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    Bumper, have you seen Hard Boiled with Chow Yun Fat??? I would give it a Siskel & Ebert 2 :kay::kay:

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    Originally posted by Bumper
    Originally posted by APachon
    Man on Fire w/Denzel Washington???
    I like that movie, too :kay:

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    or Bumper how about Replacement Killers with Mira Sorvino (sp) (Please forgive the 92F as I wish he was using a 1911.)



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    My favorite movie with any kind of carry on it is a comedy called I\'m Gonna Get You Sucka. Isaac Hayes makes a big show stuffing all kinds of handguns in shoulder rigs, his belt ,ankle holsters, pockets,etc. then he slips on a loose cartridge on the floor, falls flat on his back and all of the guns start going off.LMAO

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    Originally posted by APachon
    Bumper, have you seen Hard Boiled with Chow Yun Fat???
    Nope, neither one of those.

    I have seen \"I\'m Gonna Get You Sucka\" years ago, though. I remember absolutely nothing about it but that scene. It is funny

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    Oh, i just thought of another pretty good gun movie. The movie Hollow Point with Donald Sutherland, John Lithgow and some other actors i forget the names of.




    There is a part in the movie where one of the main charecter pulls out like 8 pistols from his person. Its awsome :)

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    Originally posted by Seventhsword
    IMO Open Range is one of the best westerns ever made..:kay:

    That is also on of my all time favorites too!
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    Bronson----The Death Wish series

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    Open Range

    One of the BEST of the new westerns. Great gun movie, realistic. Loved the way everything had \"recoil\" and the 45-70 rifle was L-O-U-D! Great flick all the way \'round. The Robert Duvall character is the spittin'image of my father in law. So close it\'s scary. The only part I hated was that the dog got killed....and the two main character blamed God for that.

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    Death Wish series

    I didn\'t like a few things about that. His first gun present from the cowboy was a measly 32 and it had the knockdown of a 45LC and I also didn\'t like the fact that his Beretta M84 .380 also just FLATTENED the bad guy in the basement: \"Do you believe in Jesus? Good \'cause you\'re about to meet him!\" was a good line there.....

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    Originally posted by APachon
    Bumper, have you seen Hard Boiled with Chow Yun Fat??? I would give it a Siskel & Ebert 2 :kay::kay:

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    Originally posted by Bumper
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    Man on Fire w/Denzel Washington???
    I like that movie, too :kay:
    It is not Siskel & Ebert anymore, the healthy guy died and the fat guy is still alive. They replaced the healthy dead guy with someone else.

    Open range is a great movie but it had noting to do with CC

    I liked the guns in the latest (last summer) living dead movie but it also had nothing to do with CC. But it did a good job of showing that guns can come in handy in a SHTF situation. Not that we would ever have to worry about the dead attacking us but there are other things that could make it handy to have a

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    This movie is pretty old, (early 80\'s) but remains one of my all-time favorite Westerns- anyone remember The Long Riders?

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