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Talk:Body of Lies

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I got this

I got dibs on this when the DVD comes on next week. Excalibur01 09:59, 14 February 2009 (UTC)

Hey, be nice. and the British SAS is a military force, not a police force. SWAT trains to save lives, SAS kills everything in sight. Why don't you look up Specialist Firearms Command and get back to me. The Winchester
Who's the stupid moron now? As Winchester said, the SAS is special forces of the British military, CO19 is technically what they call SWAT in England. Excalibur01
CO19 is only responsible for the Greater London area since it's a unit under the Metropolitan Police Service. Other UK police tactical units has different names for their armed response units.
That still proves the points me and Winchester said, SAS isn't British SWAT or a SWAT team at all Excalibur01
Well, SAS has proved to be a pretty good SWAT team with the Iran Hostage Raid, buuuuut they arent the first ones you call for police action. -Winchester

The SAS is a last resort, only called in if terriosts start exicuting hostages, CO19 is SAS trained. The SAS have several wings, or "branches" including counter terroist and abroad military operations wings. (statichunter)

Gun in the Poster

Anybody know what gun is DiCaprio holding in the poster ? AceV

It looks like a Browning BDM, but the shot is blurred. - Gunmaster45

CIA side arm

dose CIA agents carry a side arm, or do they carry what ever they want?

Neither. Agents that require firearms carry what suits the mission best. They could be what they were most comfortable or capable with or it could be what they know will get the job done. In some cases it might just be what's on hand at the time. They're not a formal military so they dont need to play by the rules of defense contracts and military munitions suppliers. -Double Agent M

We can assume they have a standard sidearm for guys back home and those who just walk around in plain clothes but for actual missions, we can assume it's whatever they want. It's the CIA, we're talking about. It's like asking could Delta, or SEALs get whatever they want during missions. Excalibur01 13:01, 21 September 2010 (UTC)

In an article in Shotgun News, a soldier who had just returned from Iraq and wrote an article on the CZ-75 due to his getting to examine one that was carried by some CIA agents he knew in the Green Zone. He said that I lot of them carried them because they were reliable smaller than the Beretta 92F series and used the commonly found 9mm cartridge. GaBoy45 17:05, 22 September 2010 (UTC)

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A Police Marksman provides cover with what seems to be a prop version of an L96 rifle, seen in the beginning scene in UK on the roof. Note the square end of the stock and apparent thumb-hole grip.

User:Drummerr95 yes, but check out the bottom of the receiver and LACK of a box magazine sticking out ahead of the trigger guard.... MoviePropMaster2008 00:04, 8 June 2011 (CDT)
I'd agree that it's not a Remmy 700 (the trigger guard is totally wrong for that). Assuming it doesn't fire in the scene, I could see it being an Accuracy International Precision Marksman which isn't loaded. Evil Tim 07:29, 8 June 2011 (CDT)

I think it could be an airsoft AI AW:

Accuracy International Arctic Warfare, airsoft replica

Note the light, shiny bolt through the ejection port and the lack of external magazine. --commando552 19:41, 26 June 2012 (CDT)


Can somebody upload screens of the U.S. Army soldiers during the Samarra scenes?

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