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Favorite movie handgun

This is a discussion on Favorite movie handgun within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by zacii You gotta love these: +1 on those twin .45's from Face Off. Those were beautiful....

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    Quote Originally Posted by zacii View Post
    You gotta love these:






    +1 on those twin .45's from Face Off. Those were beautiful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PointnClick View Post
    Interesting... never saw a close-up of the Blaster... a variant on the Webley Fosbery Model 1902 Semi-Auto...?


    Han's Blaster was a Mauser C96

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    Quote Originally Posted by RacerX View Post
    Noisy crickett!!

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    This is 1 of favourites :) I think it's a Colt.45 Longslide w/Laser sighting



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    Quote Originally Posted by gumaro View Post
    Cordell Walker's Beretta 92FS inox. Walker: Texas Ranger.
    Believe it or not, I have always thought that Walker's 9mm on the show is a TAURUS M92 instead of the Beretta. I base this on the fact that (IIRC) the safety is FRAME mounted on the Taurus while on the Beretta it is SLIDE mounted. Walker's 9mm on the show had a FRAME mounted safety. Again, If I Recall Correctly. Maybe somebody can hunt down and post side by side pix and preferably a telling (definitive) pic from the show? Gotta go, late for work!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExSoldier View Post
    Believe it or not, I have always thought that Walker's 9mm on the show is a TAURUS M92 instead of the Beretta. I base this on the fact that (IIRC) the safety is FRAME mounted on the Taurus while on the Beretta it is SLIDE mounted. Walker's 9mm on the show had a FRAME mounted safety. Again, If I Recall Correctly. Maybe somebody can hunt down and post side by side pix and preferably a telling (definitive) pic from the show? Gotta go, late for work!
    According to the IMFDB page for the series, he used both the Beretta and the Taurus variant at different times during the series' run.

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    The movie "The International" with Clive Owen had a bunch of great guns in it. It was a very good movie too.

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    Since someone mentioned The Rifleman, I assume that TV shows count. Therefore, I vote for the Mare's Leg that Steve McQueen used in Wanted: Dead or Alive.

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    Didn't that skinny blond use a pair of GLOCK G19 machine pistols in The Transporter 2? She sure made a mess!
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    I like the model 1876 used by Jimmy Stuart in 1 of 1000.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janq View Post
    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


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    And BTW, according to IMFDB, those actually weren't 93Rs, they were 92FS with auto trigger groups installed. You can tell by the slide-mounted safety. The 93R's safety is frame-mounted.

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    I love WW2 guns, from any nation. One that comes to mind is the 1911 Tom Hanks had in Saving Private Ryan.



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