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    can we post longguns?

    A classic from Josey Wales:



    or maybe, long handguns?

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    I liked the guns of Angelina Jolie in the Lara Croft movies.

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    I always liked the weapon from Logan's Run.

    But the Pistol's from Battlestar Galactica are awesome as well.
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    Jennifer Tilly's Smith and Wesson .357 revolver in "Man With A Gun".

    http://www.moviebadgirls.com/capimag...h_A_Gun_09.JPG

    Bad gun for a very bad girl!

    http://www.moviebadgirls.com/capimag...h_A_Gun_05.JPG

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    Dirty Harry's Automag. Hawk's Python. Sledge Hammer's Mdl 29. Barney's Colt Police Positive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SubNine View Post


    The Springfield Armory 1911A1 GI in Sin City
    Love this movie, most of the guys carry SA 1911s and many of the girls carry SAA revolvers.

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    Demi_more_with_eagles.jpg

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    Demi's Gold Desert Eagles

    Hutch's Colt Python

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    The H&K USP that Tom Cruise used in Collateral. I love the weapons handleing in that movie. Very well done.
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    Wink Tom was taught by SAS...

    Quote Originally Posted by TN_Mike View Post
    The H&K USP that Tom Cruise used in Collateral. I love the weapons handleing in that movie. Very well done.
    I saw the little real about "the making of -- Collateral" and the producers brought in a former SAS operator to teach Tom his moves. They used LIVE ammo on a range. A sobering fact not lost on Cruise. The "speed rock" when he sweeps the one punks gun hand inside and pulls a "Mozambique" on the pair is done very nicely.
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    My favorite is from a TV series "The Man from UNCLE" (although I think they might have made a movie, too).

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    I'm just gonna throw this one out there:



    Voice activated to switch through six different modes of fire:
    * rapid fire
    * double whammy
    * flare
    * armour piercing
    * grenade

    and explodes when someone other than the rightful owner tries to use it.

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    I gotts ta know!!
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    Lightbulb Cry U.N.C.L.E. !!

    Quote Originally Posted by AutoFan View Post
    My favorite is from a TV series "The Man from UNCLE" (although I think they might have made a movie, too).
    "Open channel D" http://www.imfdb.org/index.php?title....C.L.E.%2C_The IIRC they used a slightly modified Walther P-38 for the UNCLE gun. But the sound of the report was HIGHLY modified! Sounded very cool. They also had all sorts of cool attachments to make the handgun a rifle, etc. More detail here: http://www.imfdb.org/index.php?title..._Custom_Pistol
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    Wink This is the reason I left USPSA

    Quote Originally Posted by larefugee View Post
    I'm just gonna throw this one out there:



    Voice activated to switch through six different modes of fire:
    * rapid fire
    * double whammy
    * flare
    * armour piercing
    * grenade

    and explodes when someone other than the rightful owner tries to use it.
    I saw this at the last IPSC match I went to and figured it was time to find something more suitable to the street in the 21st century (instead of the 24th century).
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    I'm going with Leon's gun in Blade Runner. Unlike Deckard's blaster, which was a made-up prop, this was a real gun:








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