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Guns in films.

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Jake_snake, Aug 26, 2014.

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    Donki Oaty Where's the time going?

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    Cool website mate I must be sad too :D
     
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    No way, i been using imdb for years and didnt know about the firearms page. Thanks
     
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    This thread should be 'what airguns in films'. Can I start the quiz rolling.....
    What gun is used in lock stock and 2 smoking barrels to defend the cannabis factory?
    Off the top of my head I'm fairly sure its a break barrel......
     
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    Please don't have a go but thats not a b2 ,its a webley hawk,owned one since big enough to carry one
     
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    The best air gun in a film has to be the bolt gun or whatever it was connected to a 3 litre air cylinder, In no country for old men.
    Cheers Andy
     
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    That's a cattle dispatching gun used in cattle abatuares and other meat processing plants that humanely kill live cattle.
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    Westlake .22 :)

    Cheers,Greg.
     
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    I hate them :(Love using them and seeing them, but the artistic licence taken by film companies is terrible, :director::violent2::violent2::violent3::violent3: hate to be a killjoy (but love to kill a squirrel or magpie).

    The best gun scene I have ever seen was in the spoof movie, Top Secret, where the resistance are fighting hand to hand with the Germans, in through the door walks a Thompson-armed resistance fighter, firing from the hip into the mass of combatants, swinging the muzzle back and forth. All the Germans drop dead, no one else is hurt and nothing is broken :claping::whoo:
     
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    Or the gunsmithing shows where they fire an inert bullet at a target and it blows up in a sea of flame. It would be nice to see the damage caused properly sometimes.:):):):):)
     
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBuAfIjsFVk
    Damn its so funny!
     

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