There was a thread on this some time ago but I couldn't find it (at least not right away). Anyway, I watched the movie again. I don't usually analyze movies or TV shows because I watch them mostly for the entertainment value. Unfortunately, there are those that get their impression of guns from bogus Hollywood movies and TV shows. Hopefully, threads like this will be read by anti-gunners and they will get some education on what is true. One thing I noted about this movie is when the character Kersey goes into a gun shop and the woman behind the counter tells Kersey how easy it is to get a gun and that no one gets turned down on a 4473 or FOIA. He leaves without buying a gun but then comes back to that same store later in the movie and buys a full auto rifle. Even if he could get one, there's no way he could've legally taken that rifle home the same day. But, these are some of the things anti-gunners believe that this happens rather than doing a fact check. It's too bad that Hollywood doesn't get gun laws right before releasing movies like this. Also, I got a laugh when I saw the poster in the police station for a buy back program.