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Just saw The Italian Job...what gun?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by forcefed, May 25, 2003.

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  1. forcefed

    forcefed Member

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    Was watching the Italian Job last night and at the end, Edward Norton had a pistol that looked to me like a HK P2000 Subcompact. It was only for a brief second so I could be wrong and most likely I am. I thought I saw the cocked indicator and chopped grip, and just thought, “What the…â€. When you see the movie be on the lookout and let me know, just curious. By the way, this movie was excellent. Kind of a Swordfish/Oceans 11 type, very well done.

    -Mike
     
  2. Jack T.

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    Uhhh, correct me if I am wrong, but I didn't think that show was released till the 30th. . .

    I hope it is good. . .I am looking foward to seeing it. I never have seen the first one, so I guess I should watch it first. . .
     
  3. Boats

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    Yeah go support the careers of the gun packing pacifists. Good move. Who's getting "jobbed" on this one?:barf:
     
  4. forcefed

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    boatie

    I too hope to be an angry old man one day.
     
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    I doubt that it was a H&K P2000 subcompact.. That gun is years away from hitting the market. :uhoh:
     
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    Awww. I'm touched. BTW, it's not anger, it's contempt.
     
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