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Best Gun Movies?

This is a discussion on Best Gun Movies? within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; The Dirty Harry and Death Wish series. Especially liked Death Wish 3 where Bronson keeps saying....Wildey will catch him....referring the his Wildey 475....

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    The Dirty Harry and Death Wish series. Especially liked Death Wish 3 where Bronson keeps saying....Wildey will catch him....referring the his Wildey 475.
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    Your right T. A. , it is Scarlett from The Island. I thought it was a great movie, and Scarlett became my NEW favorite celebrity in the whole world!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hivoltage
    Your right T. A. , it is Scarlett from The Island. I thought it was a great movie, and Scarlett became my NEW favorite celebrity in the whole world!!!!

    Thought I better add this photo...sort of as a public service...in case people may not know who we were drooling over...
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    Nice picture. Oh there is a gun there to. What kind of weapon is that. Dont think Ive seen one like it. Sixgun

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    Looks like a Seecamp LWS 32 or a North American Arms 32 Guardian?
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    It might be a squirt gun....who cares!!!!
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    I just bought Pulp Fiction. I'd never seen it and it was $9 at Target. While not the best movie from a moral standpoint I still found it entertaining. And yes the oops scene in the car was a little funny. Much of the movie was.

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    I didn't catch it....did somebody mention BOONDOCK SAINTS?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExSoldier762
    I didn't catch it....did somebody mention BOONDOCK SAINTS?

    I did on page 1 or 2

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    Well, I rented Heat after all of the great reviews here. Yes! I'll cast a new ballot for Heat. Great acting by great actors, haunting scenes and excellent cinema. Plus, just some great gun scenes - the bank robbery - was awesome. I read an article today that mentioned Heat - it was made in 1995 - but wasn't really dated at all.


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    I recently rented: " The History of Violence" from Block buster this movie is awesome.
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    OK, here's my two cents worth and why...

    T2. Just can't beat Linda Hamilton in camo, tight tee, low slung pistol, and cleaning an M16. mmm mmm good. (course Arny and the mini gun was entertaining as well.)

    Saving Private Ryan. A good movie as well as all guns all the time.

    Enemy at the Gates. Didn't see this one go by. Loved it. Lots of sniper action and if you like the Mosin...

    And many more. Now I have a new rental list. I will have to see Boondock Saints, Heat, and many others raved about here.
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    the spartin with val is real good found it by accedent never heard of it top notch

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    Slowly but surely I have forgiven Michael Mann for "Manhunter".
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    Quote Originally Posted by ssssthesnake
    the spartin with val is real good found it by accedent never heard of it top notch
    Spartan was a great movie!
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