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"Classic" Movie Guns (just a fun discussion)

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by jasonbterry, Jan 30, 2013.

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  1. FiremanJim

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    I bought an HK P7 because of the movie "Die Hard".
    Not the same model HK p7M13 that Alan Rickman is holding, but close enough for me.

    Now I just need to get it hard chromed.

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  3. Fishslayer

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    I was actually in lust with the Browning Hi Power long before Serpico was sportin' one.

    "Expecting an army?"

    "No. Just a Division." :D
     
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    I bought an NFA sawed-off 12ga double, because I liked the one in "The Road Warrior."
     
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    I got his dog... :D

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    collection of "actual movie guns" at the NRA firearm Museum.

    Wow


    I spent over an hour looking at guns there. Very good reading and history.
     
  7. J-Bar

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    I acquired a Sharps 1874 rifle in 45-70 shortly after watching "Quigley Down Under", so, yeah, count me in.

    Swapped it a few years later; for some reason it never made me look like Tom Selleck.
     
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    Just wanted to say that, despite my differences with many of you, I have really enjoyed reading through this thread.
     
  9. Ky Larry

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    There will never be another John Wayne Colt SAA 37 shooter. It was so bad, everytime the Duke pulled the trigger, 2 Injuns fell off their horses.
     
  10. FiremanJim

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    I dont know. I'm a huge fan of The Duke too.

    But as far as Colt .45's go, I have to admit, I'd rather have the Colt .45 that Joey Bishop used in "Texas Across the River".
    That one took out THREE injuns at a time with each shot.
    And then when he was out of ammo, he threw his empty revolver at the still circling indians, and knocked down THREE more!
     
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    Every time I pick up my 91/30 I think of Enemy at the Gates. I also love the Winchester that Arnie used in Terminator. A Winchester 1887 I think?
     
  12. FiremanJim

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    I was always a huge fan of blackpowder guns. My favorite was the longrifle Daniel Day Lewis used in "Last of the Mohicans".

    A friend of mine made one for me. It's a Lehigh style rifle with silver furniture and a swamped .50cal thats 50'' long.
    I'll post a pic in awhile.
     
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    Hey! I had that attache case when I was a kid in Helementary school! It had a hidden camera, code reader, a Walther cap gun, binocular, even a disguse kit and more. Everything a 5th grader would need to spy on his sisters. :evil:
     
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    After watching "The Wild Bunch" I bought an '03-A3. I know they had '03s but at age 16 it was all I could afford ($50). After 44 years it is still my favorite rifle.
     
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