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Amityville: It's About Time

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Amityville 6: It's About Time (1992)

Amityville: It's About Time (originally Amityville 1992: It's About Time) is the sixth installment to the Amityville Horror saga. It was released direct-to-video in 1992 by Republic Pictures Home Video. Lionsgate Home Entertainment and FremantleMedia North America released the film to DVD with the 1992 removed from the title in July 2005.

The following weapons were used in Amityville: It's About Time:


Walther P38

A Walther P38 is used by Jacob Sterling (Stephen Macht) to threaten Dr. Leonard Stafford (Jonathan Penner) in an apparent hallucination. Despite erroneously claiming the weapon to be a "Walther P38K", in reality this pistol is obviously just a regular P38. The Walther P38K (K standing for "Kurz", the German word for short) is a P38 with a shortened barrel. The one seen in the film features a full length barrel, meaning it could not possibly be a P38K. Despite this major mistake, nearly everything else that is said in detail describing the pistol is quite accurate. Sterling speaks highly of the weapon, also mentioning that it was carried by both the SS and some of the Berlin police even at that time; though those weapons are called the Walther P1 and have an aluminum alloy frame rather than a steel frame.

Walther P38 - 9x19mm
Actual Walther P38K - 9x19mm
Jacob Sterling (Stephen Macht) whips out his Walther "P38K" to threaten Dr. Stafford. "Take a look at this puppy. It's a 'Walther P38K'. Actually quite old. Worth a lot. German construction. The SS used to carry these. Some of the Berlin police still carry these today, although they're actually being replaced by more sophisticated sidearms. It's a terrific piece of machinery. Incredibly accurate. Never jams. It's just a work of art to look at. But I guess its day has passed."
Jacob Sterling (Stephen Macht) aims the Walther at his own head. "I'll tell you one thing, though. You turn this puppy on some a-hole and you can slip your wrist through the hole it'd leave behind."

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