Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by SharpDog, Nov 11, 2020.
Just getting excitable as to my options.
@Elkins45 who reads the instructions...
Ooops, didn't realize that will start now.
Jayne Cobb, Serenity.
"Ya walk the walk, do ya talk the talk?"
I can't believe how many people are getting the cannoli quote wrong. waveski has it right
Another great one here.
“Sir, if the time comes I need one, there'll be plenty lying on the ground.”
SGM Plumbley; We Were Soldiers Once, and Young.
"Windage and Elevation, Mrs. Langdon, windage and elevation."
“When the lead hits you, it’ll hurt less with a little whiskey in your gut.”
“Oh, ya.” To the bartender “Give the gentleman a double, that way you won’t feel a thing.”
"First man shoots, second man follows. When the first man dies, second man picks up the rifle and shoots!"
Sheriff deputies talking inThe Grapes of Wrath
“I ain't a-going to war. War's killing, and the Book's agin' killing! So war is agin' the Book!”
I would guess “enemy at the gates” but that’s purely a guess.
Enemy At The Gates
"You’re the guy we’re fighting this war for."
Bonus points of you can name both movies!
Bonnie and Clyde?
Blessed be the Lord my strength, which teaches my hands to war, and my fingers to fight.
"Why that's a Colt's Dragoon!"
Followed by,"You're no bigger than a corn nubbin, what're you doing with all this pistol?"
"...a 45 will blow a barn door out the back of your head and there's a lot of dry cleaning involved, but a 22 will just rattle around like Pac-Man until you're dead.”
"Saving Private Ryan"? That's the sort of thing Private Jackson (Barry Pepper) would say.
"It's for rabbits..."
Alte Schule nailed it.
Nope. Clemenza did tell Michael to drop the gun after he shoots in the restaurant but that's another scene.
"It's for rabbits", is that Burt Lancaster in Valdez in Coming, explaining his double barrelled shotgun?
what about "Fill your hand, you son of a bit*h"?
Sergeant York. Great movie.
"I use a light special. With a gun this size and weight it has no more recoil than .38 out of a .357."
"You pull on me, either one of you, and I'll kill you both."
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