Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by UncleEd, May 21, 2021.
I think Tommy Lee Jones is carrying a 1911 in "No Country for Old Men" as well.
Given the hornet's nest was heading for you would also. Especially considering the Bowery King would only give him one seven round magazine.
BTW, JW II started two hours ago on USA. JW III starts in half an hour.
but he came back strong in JW3 with the STi (Not Staccato, hate that name) Combat Mater! with a 9mm Major load!
If John Wick used his head and decent tactics he would have
taken down 21 baddies with those seven bullets.
Too bad he ignored the .308 Galil on the table, wouldn't have needed to go back for the shotgun if he had chosen a proper caliber to begin with.
Yeah, saw that. On the DVR they went
I haven't been in any movies myself but if I were a 1911 would be my pistol of choice although a revolver in 357 or 44 Magnum might not be so bad either.
very true! but how would the producers show the advantage body armor of the High Table
“Who are you! Who are any of YOU”
Yep. I noticed in season 6 his 1911 has FCS. First 5 seasons i don’t think it did.
A lot of prop and wardrobe departments can't keep the actor dressed and equipped the same from scene to scene.
And a Surefire laser....
Fairly certain it did, IIRC it was a Kimber TLE.
Probably due for a rewatch of the series anyway, maybe I'll start that this week.
If you get SYFY:
picture of humphrey bogart with pistols
Hollywood 1911s in their heyday.
It keeps going toward 1911s in movies, period. Might
as well list all IMFDB 1911 movies.
I was hoping our good chaps here could list more than
the three I mentioned. Truth is, the 1911 really doesn't
need any or a lot of CUSTOM WORK to do the job. Just
ask Barney Fife.
Did they ever make a full auto 1911?
I love 1911's. And I love James Bond in all his incarnations. But to me, James Bond and 1911's just don't go together well.
Dillinger's was, by all accounts. .38 Super. I think George Floyd might have had one too
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