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    Great post everyone bring back good memories!!!!

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    My favorite movie handgun?

    Has to be Robocop's Auto 9.
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    I think the best and most famous would have to be the Walther PPK from the James Bond movies or the Bren-Ten from Miami Vice

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    Don't forget the Samaritan from Hellboy.


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    Tommy Lee Jones as Deputy US Marshal Sam Gerard, and His Glock(s). "Keep that in your suit until I tell you, and get yourself a Glock." The whole US Marshals movie was a commercial for Glock. Loved it so funny.
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    I can't believe that no one has mentioned the .475 Wildey Magnum that Charles Bronson used in Death Wish Three.
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    The best movie gun that I like is the one that never runs out of ammo.

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    I'm loving the TIKI from the movie Miami Vice. I've heard it was made by STI or SVI but i've never been able to get much info.
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    How about the pair of 1911's Bruce Willis used in the move "last man standing"? Love the Model A he drove (I just inherited one just like it) and he was constantly doing away with just about everyone with his pair of civilian model colt 1911s. Watched it again recently and it was pretty cheesy, totally unrealistic in the fact that when he'd hit someone they'd go flying out into the street, and he never ran out of ammo... but man...

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    For me it's the various Single Action Army's I grew up seeing in the westerns.

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    How about Indiana Jones' gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwhite75 View Post
    Tommy Lee Jones as Deputy US Marshal Sam Gerard, and His Glock(s). "Keep that in your suit until I tell you, and get yourself a Glock." The whole US Marshals movie was a commercial for Glock. Loved it so funny.
    I always thought it was funny that he is carrying a 1911 commander on the cover of that movie though.

    My favorite are the old school colt and smith revolvers and the 1911's from the movie LA Confidential.
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    The Springfield Armory 1911A1 GI in Sin City
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    Quote Originally Posted by goawayfarm View Post
    I'm a little more ol' school........

    John Wayne's Great Western SAA engraved revolvers from the movie 'The Shootist'.
    Excellent movie, one of John Wayne's best.

    My favorite.... any 1911
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    Agent 47's Silverballers

    I was going to vote for the Silverballers, but I see someone beat me to it. I was disappointed to learn that they in fact weren't the real thing. (The problem with that movie was that Hitman is a stealth series, and that was not a stealth movie. Other than that, and the fact that Agent 47 should have been Jason Statham, it was pretty good.)

    .475 Wildey Magnum: What is that? Is it actually a .475 caliber? That would be between a 44 and a 50? I have been meaning to try to get a better grip on the difference between calibers, but that's for another thread.

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