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Talk:Branch (Expozitura)

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The MP5s

The MP5 submachine guns shown on the photos are cheap airsoft guns. First, note the bulky SD* type handguards and abnormally large barrel tips, second, in the shot with SWAT guy having the MP5s slung across his back, the single/auto markings are white, not orange/red as they should be. I happen to own exactly the same model - it's a MP5SD6 with a "spare" barrel tip mounted in place of the suppressor. --Seriously Mike 06:12, 6 July 2012 (CDT) Yes, i know. It is perhaps obvious, right? Or have you thought to yourself shooting from really submachine guns? Under our law, not can the filmmakers to use a replicas of automatic weapons. --Pandolfini 06:39, 6 July 2012 (CDT)

That's odd, I recall filmmakers using real SMGs loaded with blank ammo here, even in commie times - in Deja Vu (1988), for example. Also, there are MP5 replicas with correctly colored markings available, so someone simply cheaped out.--Seriously Mike 06:04, 7 July 2012 (CDT)

Comie time - yeah there were times when even when shooting a echt bullets used in machine gun, how had recall Rudolf Deyl, here - The Stolen Border (Uloupená hranice)--Pandolfini 10:05, 7 July 2012 (CDT)

But what i need know is what is behind the gun. You are weapons expert, could you help? It is used by a Russian assassin in the 11th part of the series.--Pandolfini 06:58, 6 July 2012 (CDT)

SIG-Sauer P226. --Funkychinaman 07:03, 6 July 2012 (CDT)

Thx, very much!--Pandolfini 07:40, 6 July 2012 (CDT)

Probably another airsoft replica, they're often made without markings, like the one in the photo.--Seriously Mike 06:04, 7 July 2012 (CDT)

Not necessarily. I have real SIG P226 pistols and sometimes the slide markings are very faint. That pic 'could' be a real gun, based on that screenshot alone. MoviePropMaster2008 15:54, 7 July 2012 (CDT)
You might be right. I looked at some photos of real 226s and 228s, the markings can indeed be faint enough not to be picked up by the cameras.--Seriously Mike 16:36, 8 July 2012 (CDT)
Also that gun looks like it has one of the earlier stamped and welded slides rather than the CNC milled ones, and I have only ever seen the later machined type on an airsoft replica. --commando552 16:47, 8 July 2012 (CDT)


New problem with the identification of this weapons. Can anyone help?

Impossible to tell the first one for sure from that angle, but would guess a 1911 of some sort. As for the revolver, it isn't a real gun as there is too large a gap between cylinder and the barrel. My guess would be a starter pistol, like the Bruni Olympic 5, but the quality of that cap is really bad (is that how it is in the show or a capturing error?). No, only darkness. This is illuminated in a photoshop. Thx.--Pandolfini 03:26, 8 July 2012 (CDT)
Bruni Olympic 5 - .380 blanks

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