Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by atek3, Oct 24, 2006.
Edit: Sorry, I just read the caption under the movie. I guess you all could have figured out it was from Miami Vice on your own.
Looks like 3 to me. Mozambique.
Also, contrary to what the text on the page says, it doesn't look like he had a stovepipe jam at all. You can see that the gun's in battery, and you can also see him drop the mag right before he racks the slide. It's not a jam, that's just his "unload and show clear."
Nice to see some real gunhandling coming out of Hollywood for a change.
See, that's what I thought at first, as well. But, if you listen to the report, there are 4 distinct sounds--so it is either 4 shots, or bad echoes from 2. And there seems to only be 2 muzzle blasts, but then again, cameras from back then weren't exactly all that hi-tech.
He was an active top ranked IPSC competitor (I shot a few Nationals with him)and a nice guy to boot.
He's still alive but no longer competing and still living in California.
Actually, I think he was just too fast for the sound guys. Or rather, the canned gunshot sound they used was too long to put in for each shot, so they only put it on his first and third shots. But it echoes a bit, so it sounds like four shots.
There's two big muzzle blasts on the first 2 shots, and no flash, but some sparks on the third. And you can see the slide cycle 3 times. The film cuts to the cop falling down in the middle of the second gunshot sound, which is actually from the third shot. (still with me? )
Then, if you're real quick, you can see that there actually is a fourth shot.
Perhaps, but it would control muzzle flip, which I hear is considerable when not using the buttstock.
Not the movie , but the show
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