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"Heros" fans....

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Avenger, Nov 20, 2007.

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  1. Avenger

    Avenger Member

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    What is the 1911 that H.R.G. takes away from Suresh? It's been used in the series before. There seems to be the word "INFINITY" engraved underneath the slide, but I can't search for it while I'm at work. IT just loves it when they check our google history and find something they can bleat about......
     
  2. REJones

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    They're heavily customized Strayer Voight Infinity .45's.

    http://heroeswiki.com/The_Company's_gun
     
  3. armoredman

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    Interesting looking - are the mods done by the prop department, or the manufacturer? If prop, then useless, if factory, wonder about that extended barrel and brake on accuracy.
     
  4. Quiet

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    Put a red-dot scope on it and you'll be good to go for IPSC.
     
  5. Glockamania®

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    Looks like an STI.

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    Whatever they are, they must be defective because everytime they are shown onscreen there is this cocking noise.
     
  7. Avenger

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    Well that's easy to explain....every time that somebody does a super-ninja move to grab or kick a gun out of somebody else's hand.....they pause for just the tiniest fraction of a second to allow them to drop the hammer or decock the gun. That way, when the good guy picks up the weapon, they get to make the noise too! Even the bad guys appreciate and respect dramatic necessity.

    Interesting guns, but LORD, is their website designed to totally discourage anyone with a casual intetest in their products? WORST.WEB.SITE.DESIGN.EVER
     
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