Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by SharpDog, Nov 11, 2020.
Right! It was the Dirty Harry movie called Sudden Impact.
The first movie was Back To Bataan starring John Wayne
"My, just look at you big bastards. What a bloody shame we can't be friends!"
The Wild Geese
Also Big Jake
"Mornin' Can I help ya?"
"I'd like to take a look at that Thompson. And the Colt Monitor Machine Rifle. The one up top there with the custom pistol grip. The Colt Automatic pistol. The 1917 Smith right behind it. And I wanna see that BAR thirty ought six. And the ought three Springfield with the glass up top there. And that Remington Model 11 riot gun over there. I want the short barrel. Let me see that old Winchester you got there. That thirty-thirty. I need one gun that won't jam."
"Will you be wantin' the drum or the stick for the Tommy?"
"I'll take a dozen and two of them drums. And a handful of them half-moon clips for this Smith if you got 'em. All right. That'll do it."
"Which will do it?"
"All of 'em. Along with four cases of forty-five lead. Same for the thirty ought six. And say...an even hundred of each of the others."
Hint: It's not every gun store in America the day after Biden won the election. LOL
"Gentlemen, if we fail and are killed, I certainly hope the world DOES go to war!"
Sudden Impact! Dirty Harry describing his .44 Automag after his buddy got finished describing his 12 gauge shotgun as being capable of leaving nothing put the fingerprints if properly used.
"One shop destroyed. Three heads split like overripe melons. One man wounded and one castrated. All in two hours. Just two hours I left you alone. Two hours."
"Well, you asked me to give you a hand."
"Not like that, Beetle Brain."
Drat! Looks like I was slow to respond with my own answer!
Oh, another Dirty Harry reference! I loves me some Dirty Harry movies!
This one is from Sudden Impact. The diner scene where Harry comes back through the rear of the diner because the waitress tipped him off to the robbery by pouring a ton of sugar into his coffee.
I already put forth another contribution above, so I'll let that one stand, since it was for one someone else already answered.
Man! That stood for all of 20 minutes. DO you realize it took me longer than that to play through that scene, one line at a time, typing up every sentence? arrrrgh. I'm going to bed.
"The M16A2 service rifle is a light weight, air cooled, magazine fed, shoulder weapon. It fires a 5.56 millimeter ball projectile. Muzzle velocity twenty-eight hundred feet per second."
By the way I believe this line was spoken twice in Big Jake. First by Richard Boone when he rode into John Wayne's camp and Later by John Wayne himself when he was retrieving his grandson.
Man, no VanDamme fans?
Every Drill Sgt. during classroom before BRM since 1986.
This game is a little more fun if you don't include the link to the answer in the quote you post........
Apparently Alvin York never read the Old Testament, nor the Book of Mormon. Both read as much like Military History books as Theology.
Oh, Hard Target, duh...lol.
Boone made an almost identical remark earlier stating that if anything went wrong that "Little Jake", the Duke's grandson, would be the first one killed.
Oddball, in Kelly's Heroes
This will be a hair obscure: SGT to PFC "I think you got'im." As a hint, this line is used twice: "Der Krieg is forbeit."
Actually, it was Crapgame, not Oddball.
Yeppers, it was an exchange between Crapgame (Don Rickles) and Big Joe (Telly Savalas). My wife and I went to see Kelly’s Heroes the same night I asked her to marry me in 1971. We're still married, and we wore out the VHS tape long ago. Now we have it on DVD, so we know that movie and its theme song - Burning Bridges by the Mike Curb Congregation.
No one has gotten message-332.
Hint: It is kind of a war movie, but not a war movie.
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