Your favorite TV/movie handgun

Your favorite TV/movie handgun

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    Your favorite TV/movie handgun

    OK - may have been done before, but... what's your favorite TV or movie handgun? Doesn't have to be one particular movie (but can be) - could be a type of pistol...

    I have 2 - one modern, one old school.
    Colt Single Action Army - the cowboy six shooters. The Good, The Bad, The Ugly and A Fistful Of Dollars are just two of the spaghetti westerns that made that gun desired by so many...
    Beretta 92FS - that sleek, sexy, man-sized wondernine was all the rage as THE handgun to be sporting as an action hero in the 1980s and 1990s. Instantly recognizable. Die Hard anyone?

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    Any of the firearms used and owned by Tom Selleck in his westerns!

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    Sly's stainless & black 1911s in the Expendables.
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    Any of many pistols that never seem to run out of ammo...
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    I don't own a 1911, but the Springfield Armory 1911's that Castor Troy carries are unbelievably beautiful.


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    I kinda liked Paden's ivory handled Colt from Silverado.

    I've also been promised by one of the Directors from Rookie Blue that there will be a CZ75B in an episode of season 2. If that happens it will instantly become my favorite movie gun

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    Along time ago I saw the Modern remake of Romeo and Juliet, and since then I've always wanted the Dagger


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    One of my Glock Magazines (no the other magazines) had an an article on a bunch of the cinematic appearances of the Glock.

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    What? No mention of the S&W M29..."The worlds most powerful handgun". There were a lot before it, but you gotta admit, that gun/movie started a movement in the gun world that is rarely equaled.
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    Dirty Harry's S&W model 29.

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    I was probably about 13 when the first Lethal Weapon came out. Sgt Martin Riggs was my hero with his Beretta 92. How cool would it be to roll around upside down while shooting bad guys. I was sold when he made the smiley face. Unfortunately I never bought a 92, but I did make the smiley face at the range with my G19 when I first got it. However, the target was only set out at 10 yards
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    John Wayne's yellow handled Colt...it was in quite a few movies.
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    Real gun, probably a tie between Dirty Harry and Sonny Crocket with the 29 and the Bren 10.

    Hollywood fake, any of the snub revolvers fitted with a silencer that made that mousefart sound. I wish.

    Best scene, tie between the gunfight in The Shootist, Dirty Harry, and the assasin than shoots the drug dealer with the SPAS12 then does the fastest draw and triple tap ever in Miami Vice.

    And honorable mention if you're old. The Man From UNCLE with P38Ks with silencers and shoulder stocks and attachments. I remember seeing that as a kid and trying to research what that gun was.
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    The 1911's from "The Shadow" .
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