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Revolver User In Observe and Report

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by BruiseLee, Apr 20, 2009.

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  1. BruiseLee

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    What was the big revolver Seth Rogen used in the movie Observe and Report? It looked like a Colt Python. It looked like it had about a 6" barrel with a ventilated rib on top, with a full length ejector rod shroud like a S&W 686 under the barrel.

    BTW, I felt the film painted gun owners in an unflattering light. The Mall security force was shamelessly portrayed as stereotypical gun nuts: violent, grossly incompetent, and lusting after ever more destructive weapons.
     
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    FTFY.

    So, it's like Gecko45--The Movie?
     
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    "So, it's like Gecko45--The Movie? "

    LOL, yes exactly! :):):)
     
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    For those not familiar with the Gecko45 reference, I highly recommend reading the original. This guy has thoughfully edited down the original GlockTalk thread from 2001 into a coherent narrative. It's hilarious:

    http://lonelymachines.org/mall-ninjas/

    Enjoy!
     
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    Oro,

    Thank you for that link. I hadn't read the Mall Ninja thread in years. I needed a laugh, and a new signature line.
     
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    Ha ha, glad to help. I go back and read that every six months or so - it's just so hilarious. Every time you find new lines that leap out. Those posts are just perfect examples of sarcasm...
     
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