This is a discussion on Favorite movie handgun within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by Cuda66 Another vote for "Die Hard", but it was Hans Gruber's chromed P7M13... Did Tommy Lee Jones' character have a P7, M8, ...
According to IMFDB, it was a P7M8...
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IIRC it was a Broomhandle Mauser
My bad... I searched for the broomhandle, and copied the wrong caption...
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I quite like the micro uzis used in the movie Ultraviolet.
and in action, check out the cool muzzle flash effect
YouTube - Ultraviolet Library Fight with people screaming
Evil prevails when good men stand by and do nothing
Oh another cool one was the dual hk's that Lara Croft used. Didn't she reload behind her back with those or is that another flick.
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Probably not my all time favorite but pretty close. Agent 47's pair of Silverballers Which are supposed to be the all stainless version of the AMT Hardballer .45 ACP.
However, for the movie they used Para-Ordnance P18.9's in 9mm because the director wanted guns that didn't have to be reloaded frequently.
Agent 47 (Timothy Olyphant)'s main weapons throughout the movie are two stainless steel-finished Para-Ordnance P18.9 1911 clone pistols, which are sometimes fitted with suppressors. Proper ID of the weapons can be obtained through various sources related to the movie, including the movie's web site (which, despite naming them as AMT Silverballers, clearly show a Para-Ordnance P18.9), DVD special features, publicity shots and a few fleeting close-up shots in the movie. Despite a scene in which 47 tells Nika (Olga Kurylenko) that his guns are .45s, the P18.9 is actually a high-capacity 9x19mm clone of the 1911. These pistols were picked because Xavier Gens (director) is one of those John Woo wannabes and wanted a high capacity gun that didn't need to be frequently reloaded.
"The gun is the great equalizer... For it is the gun, that allows the meek to repel the monsters; Whom are bigger, stronger and without conscience, prey on those who without one, would surely perish."
Uh, Robocop's sidearm or legarm whatever you wanna call it.
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I'm kind of partial to the H&Ks used in Tomb Raider. But I also like the rifles used in SHOOTER and the H&K USP used by Tom Cruise in COLLATERAL.
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Cordell Walker's Beretta 92FS inox. Walker: Texas Ranger.
I'm partial to what I'm partial to, 1911s.
The actual Colt Officers ACP used by Al Pacino in the film as Vincent Hanna.
Source - Heat - imfdb :. guns in movies :. movie guns :. the internet movie firearms database
Movie clip - YouTube - HEAT - weapons check and shotgun breach
I EDC a Colt Defender.
But if I had to specifically pick a movie gun it would hands down easy thought be that of what the Clerics carry in the film 'Equillibrium'.
Taye Diggs as Cleric 'Brandt' with a Beretta 93R
Source - http://www.thegunzone.com/fff-equilibrium.html
Movie clip - YouTube - Equilibrium Montage
I also EDC a full sized steel 1911 9MM