Want To Shoot Like Pacino?

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  1. Speedo66

    Speedo66 Member

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    Got a spare $100G's?

    Then you too can shoot the same gun that Pacino used to take down DeNiro in "Heat"!
    Of course the barrel has been internally threaded for a blank device, so maybe you won't be shooting any live ammo.

    The documented Colt 1911 used in the movie is for sale, and it can be yours for only $100K, including ivory grips.

    Details here: https://www.keepshooting.com/al-pacino-lt-vincent-hanna-heat-colt-1991a1-pistol-with-documents.html.
     
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  2. Reinz

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    I’m sure there’s a buyer somewhere. But for $98,000 or more savings, an actual working duplicate can be had.

    Come to think of it, I sort of already have a duplicate, except the grips are fake with Colt medallions.

    I bought it in the 80’s when the Officer model first came out.

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  3. lemaymiami

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    Me? When that deadly gun battle goes down... I want to be somewhere else entirely...
     
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    $98,000? No. $98.00? maybe.
     
  5. DustyGmt

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    Hmm. I thought he got him with the 12ga Pacino grabbed off the cop outside the hotel, he must've shot it empty during the pursuit and pulled the 1911 sometime during the airfield scene. Great movie. Great guns...
     
  6. Archie

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    A Colt (Lightweight) Commander is my preference. And I'm not one to chase celebrity.
     
  7. Speedo66

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    Having Pacino and DeNiro in one movie is enough, but it was also a great movie.

    Paying $100G's for a movie prop, no matter who shot it, not so much.
     
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  8. irishlad

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    Pacino is a nice guy. I met him on a movie set one time when I worked for the phone company.
     
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  10. Dain Bramage

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    I'd rather have the snubbie with taped grips Pacino used to off Sollozzo and McCluskey.
     
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  11. Kevin Keith

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    Heat? Never saw it. I have it on a list of movies everyone says I need to watch now that it has been brought to my attention. About the 1911, that's a big ol' no.
     
  12. wgp

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    I prefer my Colt CCO, an Officer's frame with a Commander slide. I don't know whether they are rare, but the one I have is the only one I've ever seen. But that movie has plenty of good shootouts, the final one included.
     
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