"The Salton Sea" guns


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firestar
July 11, 2003, 04:15 PM
I just watched the movie "The Salton Sea" with Val Kilmer. It had a lot of guns in it.

Did anyone see the scene where he goes to buy a gun at some black kid's place and the kid is spewing all sorts of nonsense about guns like he is some kind of a gun guru? I thought that was funny. He had a Llama and told the guy that he wasn't going to lie to Val, the gun wan't the bomb but the chrome finish was great for impressing the chicks.:D

That kid looked about 12 years old! Val decide to get a S&W .357mag that holds 8 shots and weighs 21ozs. It looked pretty cool. Is that the Scandium gun or the Titanium gun?

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Cosmoline
July 11, 2003, 05:41 PM
Val does some fine shooting with that snub, esp. since as far as I could tell he'd never shot it before. I had to laugh when the kid gunseller said it was the one to get if you needed to kill every mo-fo in the house.

Still, cool movie. I loved the "Poo Bear" character. That Kennedy assassination scene reminded me of my neighbors growing up. LMAO And who can forget Capt. Stubing!
:D

Loach
July 11, 2003, 08:05 PM
I enjoyed the movie. That kid cracked me up. I certainly don't condone black-market gun sales (private sales are one thing, but this kid was a dealer), but his character was a riot.

The rest of the movie wasn't half bad, then again I'm not much of a critic since I like 90+% of the movies I see.

firestar
July 11, 2003, 09:35 PM
Also, there was an Asian agent that had two Beretta 92fs pistols. What is it with Asian men always having multiple Berettas? A case of the John Woos or something? :D Skunk, you know what I'm talking about.

I want to get another Beretta so bad now to go with my 92fs but I don't really need it.

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