Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by armedwalleye, Jan 8, 2021.
Geeesh, Mistwolf ...... who needs assault rifles!!!!!!!!!
Along with the 2 shotguns in Secondhand Lion there was a sweet looking safari rifle they sported will looking for the big cat.
Phased plasma rifle in the 40 watt range.
Legends of the Fall......the big sharps that the old cowboy boy uses and the gun thr father use on the gangster. I second the Ghost in the Darkness rifle
"King Solomon's Mines" has the right guns at the right time, including one that will challenge the experts.
Help me out here. In The Son, a TV Series has Pierce Brosnan using a semi-automatic rifle that he uses in an ambush. The rifle is driving me crazy. I know the rifle but I can't bring up the name. .351 caliber as I recall.
Hey, just what you see pal.
Winchester Model 1907 - .351 Winchester???
Do you see it in one of these links?
Thanks guy's. It actually came to me that it was a Winchester .351 Model 1910, I think. I wish I had one!
“Enemy at the gates” uses a bunch of Mosin Nagant rifles. One of my favorite movies
The sons of Katie Elder
The bad guy's scoped Remington-Keene Frontier
The Wild Geese, Simbas carried the FN 50.61 Para.
Joe Kidd had a passel of interesting guns.
Seems some technical advisor was working out some issues on that movie.
He swung a mean pan also..
A bit odd perhaps (so what's new?) but I enjoy vignettes of Revolutionary War British soldiers marching abreast with their muskets and long bayonets, then firing in unison. To stand in a line, wearing bright red, with a white X to mark the center, face to the enemy, shows a lot of cahoonies if you ask me.
My favorite rifle scene is the long shot hitting the bucket in "Quigly Down Under"....
Zulu is a fine movie as well....
What really puts me off are westerns where a bad guy misses a 30 yard shot with an aimed rifle and the good guy fires back from his saddle while galloping at an incredible range with his six shooter mortally wounding the first shooter.
Quigley's Sharps in Quigley Down Under
Rafe Covington's 1876 Winchester 45-60 in Crossfire Trail
Lee Marvin's M1 Garand in The Big Red One
Dean Martin's and John Wayne"s 1894 Wincherster Carbine in The Sons of Katie Elder
Say hello to my little friend. Lol
The Winchester Model 70 in "Cool Hand Luke." The prison guard with the sunglasses told Paul Newman to go behind the bushes to relieve himself but he had to keep shaking the bushes. The prison guard was Morgan Woodward.
Wonderful tale of how they did the shooting for that movie.. It just floors me that they just did not do movie magic and just pick up the coin with the hole in it.. But no they actually shot the holes on camera.. Amazing..
That is an awesome photo there Bandit
I like the Spencer in the movie Unforgiven, and I actually like the movie in general. However, it always gets to me a little when, late in the movie, I hear that line by one of the deputies complaining about not being able to get any more 30-30 ammo. Seeing as how the movie was set in 1880 and 1881, and the 30-30 was about 14 years away from being invented yet, I’ll just bet 30-30 ammo was a little hard to come by! Hollywood.
Why did Clint Eastwood fire the Spencer left handed when he fired everything else right handed? The Cowboy ambush.
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