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    Jim Zubiena's appearance on Miami Vice

    Not a movie, but still a favorite of mine.

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    Someone mentioned it before: Matrix Lobby Shootout. Music is "Spybreak" by the Propellerheads.


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    Quote Originally Posted by scottync View Post
    One of my favorite scenes. You beat me to it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by OD* View Post
    Not a movie, but still a favorite of mine. ...............
    I think Jim's scene is one of the best too. Started to post it earlier and got busy with something else so let me post the slow motion version. Look closely and you can see he actually shot a Mozambique Drill and the Miami Vice folks edited out the third shot thinking it was unrealistic anyone could shoot that fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1MoreFord View Post
    I think Jim's scene is one of the best too. Started to post it earlier and got busy with something else so let me post the slow motion version. Look closely and you can see he actually shot a Mozambique Drill and the Miami Vice folks edited out the third shot thinking it was unrealistic anyone could shoot that fast.

    What I find amazing is the weapons master on set got the Franchi SPAS-12 to fire 4 times in a row.
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    The project shootout in Triple 9; especially the shield work.
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    Lots of good mentions here. @scottync I liked the "train station shoot out" at the first of "Once Upon A Time In The West" also! (own it). Shoot out in "Way of The Gun" (own it). I know it's TV, but just about EVERY episode of "Person of Interest" had shoot outs. A very "weapons geared show"! Here's a sample!

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    #1. Any scene in a western where the hero shoots the gun out of a bad guys hand from a quick draw. Mad Magazine once insinuated that is how those weapons came to be called "handguns."
    #2. Any scene in a detective action drama where the hero shoots the gas tank of a car and the car blows up in flames.
    #3. Any scene where a cocking sound precedes the use of a gun that doesn't have a hammer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OD* View Post
    What I find amazing is the weapons master on set got the Franchi SPAS-12 to fire 4 times in a row.
    IMFDB had a bit on info on that ... He had a pretty bad near miss with the full auto mini 14 in that espoid as well ..Blank fitting blew off almost hit someone .

    And yeah he had to hold both the mini and spas like that due to the recoil

    He felt the skelton stock on the spsas well suck
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    19th century tactics collide head-on with the 20th century. Great movie making. The subtlety is outstanding, imho.

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