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Please use JPEGS rather than PNGs for your screencaps

The PNGs are just TOO big and take too long to load for some systems. IMFDB prefers JPEGS. Please use image editing software and replace your PNG screencaps with JPEGS. Thanks so much for your cooperation. MoviePropMaster2008 22:10, 21 October 2009 (UTC)

M16 confirmation

Inc hulk m16 m4 1.jpg

It's really hard to tell, but I think the M16 in question is an A4. Most of the M16s used in The Incredible Hulk are A4s, except one or two.

Also, why are you so interested in M16A2s? -MT2008 16:23, 10 January 2010 (UTC)

Well, I have a personal thing with the gun. I became interested in it ever since I first read about it in a gun magazine back in 1988. I think it's an iconic assault rifle and I was a little jealous when I saw movies or TV shows in the 90's where they show an A2 on non-firing scenes, but became an M16A1 with A2 handguards on firing scenes. I know it's about production values and such.

I hope to see more firing M16A2 scenes in the future, but I also respect the A4, being its' replacement in the US military and all.

Like I said, the reason I'm interested about it is it being iconic and should have more in place in action films (firing scenes) of course. Just wanna let you know. --Dangerman 1973 19:42, 10 January 2010 (UTC)

Ah, I see. Anyway, you might enjoy this episode of "Knight Rider" if you like the M16A2: http://www.hulu.com/watch/55266/knight-rider-exit-light-enter-knight?c=Action-and-Adventure#s-p1-so-i0

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