Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by .455_Hunter, Oct 25, 2021.
I don't know, it's comedy
Make something up if it'll make you feel better
Must be "premature ejectulation"!!
He forgot his P’s.
For the same reason shotguns are racked several times in a scene without a shot being fired or a shell ejected.
Same reason Glocks click several times when empty. Theatrical effect.
I just noticed that the guns aren’t the same from side to side. Not even close.
(course who wouldn't want to ditch a Taurus?)
Tommy Lee Jones in “The Fugitive” holding Perfection!
I just couldn’t help myself.
Not a bad gun. I had one for a while. Traded it off for something shiny and fun. Happened a lot when I was in my 20s, had my fun with it and moved on to the next one. Seemed to be a trend in more than just guns, but especially in guns.
Can't believe it took so long for Inspector Callahan and his Model 29 to show up. In no other movie has the main character's gun been as significant as the Model 29 was in Dirty Harry. Any gun enthusiast that watched that movie must have at the very least thought of getting one.
Did you just admit to owning the "nickel plated sissy pistol"?
Care to "Dare"?
Aiming a Rohrbaugh R9:
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