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Name the movie and the gun!

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by TheOtherOne, Oct 7, 2005.

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  1. TheOtherOne

    TheOtherOne Member

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    Some easy ones and some not so easy ones.

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  2. Dr.Rob

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    1. Ed Harris Scoped 98k, Enemy At The Gates

    2. Hostage, Beretta 92F Inox

    3. Judgement Night, HK USP Compact

    4. MP5 Oceans 11 remake

    5. Don't know where Walter Brennan got the Schofield...
     
  3. akluvr

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    impressive Dr. Rob. Yeah, what he said.
     
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    #5 isn't Walter Brennan.
     
  5. joab

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    That's Uncle Charlie
     
  6. TheOtherOne

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    Dang. I'm impressed. Although number 3 is the wrong movie and number 5 is someone else.

    Here's another hint on 3:
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    Well, now that you put up the last picture, it's definitely Hellboy. Had no clue as to the movies except Enemy at the Gates.
     
  8. nomadboi

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    As for that Hellboy scene- there's a couple shots he takes there where the slide doesn't move. Probably either digital muzzle flash on a rubber gun or one of those propane-flash 'non-guns'...
     
  9. joab

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    Do I get any points for guessing William Demerest in #5

    Is the movie Guns Don't Argue
     
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    7- boondock saints, suppressed beretta I think?
    8- Batman Begins, some wheelgun (I cant tell them apart)
     
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    boondock saints and they are taurus clones of the 92's, its in the added features on the disk :)
    batman begins
     
  13. IRONFIST

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    Number 6 is from the lovers death scene in Romeo + Juliet. The actress was Claire Danes, and the pistol is a Para Ord P14-45, in stainless.
     
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    William Demarest On The Left In #5

    Joab..I'd give you high marks for that..it drove me nuts trying to figure that out!

    Take Care
     
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    ironfist is right, faceoff was plated 45's not paras
     
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    Yay, now what did I win? I would prefer either $500,000 in gold Krugerrands, or a quad-50. mounted on the back of a flatbed, plus another flatbed of ammo for it.
     
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    I'll take a T shirt :p
     
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    Holy crap, a 1940s movie about a drunken slut who gets knock up by a soldier and can't remember who he is.

    Even though they threw the marriage thing in there, still pretty risque for the period.

    So is the gun a Schofield or a Smith American
     
  19. TheOtherOne

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    I don't know?

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    Pretty sure the gun from Hellboy was suposed to be some kind of Glock. Thats what the FBIs pistols looked like in the movie at least.
     
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    enemy at the gates: scoped k98 mauser

    hostage: nickel plated 9mm beretta

    dont know: Hk USP

    matrix?: Hk mp5

    dontknow: dont know
     
  22. joab

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    Given the time frame of the movie and the relative rarity of Schofields and from the way Uncle Charlie's tea sippin fingers are held slightly out, it looks like a #3 or a Russian.

    #3 American
     
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