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Movie gun safety shot of the week

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Marko Kloos, Jul 21, 2003.

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  1. Marko Kloos

    Marko Kloos Moderator Emeritus

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    ...from "Bad Boys II". Nice hardware, but take note where the G36K and the Glock are pointed. At least the one in the middle has the finger off the trigger.

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  2. techmike

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    Why Can't HollyWierd ever get the basics right. I guesss it o.k. to be irresponsible if you look cool.
     
  3. Wanderer

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    Supposedly they went through a lot of weapons training, and from the looks of it, they all have their fingers off the triggers, but they need to point them in a safe direction, but good job for Will!
     
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    If those two aren't careful, they could accidently shoot Will Smith--effectively ending his Hollywood movie career.....






















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  5. enichols

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    This photo needs a caption. Like, "Bad Boys, Poised and Ready to shoot their partners in the crotch".
     
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    When did the "sleeveless look" become tactical? :confused:
     
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    Since Will Smith bulked up and gained some biceps.
     
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    I saw this this weekend.... It was really one long car chase, and one big gun fight. Lots of fun, but a little too long.

    If they "went through a lot of weapons training" as Wanderer stated, they need to go back for a remedial course... The girl was the only one I saw who ever had her finger off the trigger...

    But then again, I didn't go for a safety lesson.

    ~W
     
  10. BerettaNut92

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    Caption: "If Will says 'jiggy' one more time I'm gonna have to give him a fist full of HK!!!"
     
  11. Richardson

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    I saw Will Smith interviewed regarding this movie. He said (rough quote),

    With all of the action roles I'm getting, I'm actually becoming a pretty good shot."

    He was quite serious. The next scene in the interview showed him running and shooting and not even looking at his pistol or the targets...

    Richardson
     
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    Rambo, 1970-something.
     
  13. T.Stahl

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    Why can't all action movies made to the same standard as "Heat", "Ronin" or "BHD"?

    I think it actually dates back to the "sandal" movies. Hey, if their shirts had sleeves, how could you see their bicepses? ;) Why do fighter pilots pull off their oxygen masks? 'Coz otherwise you couldn't see their faces! :D
    (I heard that was one of the reasons why there were no powered armour in "Starship Troopers")


    PS: Psst, it's a G36C, not a K. ;)
     
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    One squeeze by Martin Lawrence (with his G36C) and Will is never going to be able to get 'Jiggy wit it' ever again ! :uhoh:
     
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    I saw this movie over the weekend and I really liked it! :D Sure it was WAY over the top and unrealistic, but there was no lack of action! I tend to notice bad gun handling, etc., but usually let it go if the movie is exciting and fun.
     
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    Great...and I bet he thinks the go to computer for hacking into alien mothership mainframes is an Apple Powerbook? :D
     
  17. six 4 sure

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    I saw it this weekend too. "Over the top" is an understatement. It was a little long and I noticed several rules being broken. Having said that, I'd see it again. It was very funny and worth the $6 ticket.

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    Funny how it's usually only the actresses that know where to keep their finger.
    Or perhaps its just a female instinct.
     
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    Ewok_Guy: :evil: ...
     
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