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My favorite "gun handling skill" by actors is the ability to place a thumb behind the slide and not get hurt when they pull the trigger. These folks also seem to be able to get that "revolver cocking" sound out of a Glock...
Cocking a DAO pistol...
3 minutes of full-auto fire from a 33 round Glock magazine...
Bullet impact throwing a 250lb man 5 yards backwards...
Cycling the action of a pump shotgun 3 or 4 times without dropping a shell...
Tires squealing on a gravel road...
It's a movie, not an instruction video. Light entertainment at best. If you want to avoid watching movies made by anti 2A types, avoid everything that comes out of Hollyweird. Even the actors/directors that have a clue work for studios or producers that don't.
Liberty is an inherently offensive lifestyle. Living in a free society guarantees that each one of us will see our most cherished principles and beliefs questioned and in some cases mocked. It's worth it.
I don't go see a movie from the likes of Matt Damon, etc... unless they are real gun people. I just don't like "fakes" and hear them bad mouthing everyone for doing what they do in the movies. Steve48
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And I thought I was the only one out there that watched there trigger finger and how they handle the firearm....its good to know I'm not alone.
I find it funny that no matter how many action movies the Govenator is in he never seems how to use a gun properly. You would think a gun expert or advisor would be hired to teach him how. I was watching Predator the other day and almost all of their weapon handling tactics are horrible, but I still love the movie.
Yeah I like Glocks, wanna fight about it!
You have to make the shot when fire is smoking, people are screaming, dogs are barking, kids are crying and sirens are coming.
Ego will kill you. Leave it at home.
Night Passage is STILL my favorite Jesse Stone book...reading it right now, as a matter of fact, for about the 4th time. I just absolutely LOVE the last sentence of the first chapter when Jesse is looking out at the Pacific ocean, half drunk, thinking about losing his wife AND his job, and about to head for the East coast - knowing he will never see this water again, and the writer (Robert B. Parker) writes "Say goodbye to Hollywood...Say goodbye my baby!"
If I had never seen the movie, it prolly wouldn't mean that much to me, but I can see Tom Selleck standing there on that pier thinking that...AWESOME movies/books!
I am disgusted at hollywierd's anti-gun agenda, when they are busy making millions shooting guns. Think about their attitude toward guns the next time you go to the video store, and the just walk down the isles and look around. I bet >80% of the video jackets have someone holding a gun pictured on them. If they hate guns so much why do they advertise them on the cover of the vast majority of their movies??
My favorite gun handling technique that they use is when they pump the shotgun to load the chamber, then a second or two later they do it again and no shell comes out. I have seen a pump shotgun racked 3 times without ejecting a shell, and then it suddenly shoots when they pull the trigger. Some how their shotguns just know if the shell has been fired and if not they don't eject it????
As for Rosie, she is a prime example of what happens when stupid people become famous.
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Reba was in the first Tremors movie. The one with Kevin Bacon. She played the wife of the survivalist guy, played by Michael Gross. Thank you Internet movie database.
If you want really bad gun handling watch Marine with John Cena (what a hoot!)
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