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Domino and her SIG-Sauer P228 - 9mm

Choco's Shotgun and Pistol

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I'm pretty sure the handgun held by Choco in this picture is a Smith & Wesson Model 4506, or at least some kind of S&W. I also think that the shotgun he's holding in that picture and the publicity still is a shortened Remington 870 with a sawed off grip, so possibly a witness protection model. Has anyone watched the movie that knows whether he actually used either gun in the film? Desertrat17 (talk) 18:52, 13 December 2013 (EST)

The pistol I'm not sure about, doesn't look quite right for a Smith auto, again though, not sure. That said, the shotgun may be a sawed-down 870, but it's not a 'Witness Protection' variant due to the grip (Witness Protection 870s have a distinctive fat and round base to the pistol grip). StanTheMan (talk) 12:58, 14 December 2013 (EST)

Desert Eagle + Smith Revolver

A stainless .50AE Desert Eagle is used by the Latino gangleader against Domino. Because of its massive size against his large hands, some have surmised that it is the .50 AE, but all Desert Eagles are the same size regardless of caliber. The only difference is the barrel, bolt assembly, and magazine. The lack of visible barrel fluting makes it a .50AE.

Gang leader holds a stainless Desert Eagle against Domino's head - .50AE

Well, frankly there is a definite external physical difference in the muzzle between calibers, and frankly the barrel doesn't look near fat enough for a .50AE. The note about lack of barrel fluting is accurate, IF the gun is a Mark XIX Deagle, which I don't believe is the case here - There are no rails on the slide, and, it's a bit hard to tell but the gun doesn't seem to have the taller cocking serrations on the slide either, which would indicate it's an older variant (probably a Mark VII), in which case, it could be in a smaller caliber since, aside from muzzle, the earlier variants do all look identical externally. That said, could it be a .357 Mark VII Eagle?

As for the Smith revolver - I have to say that, given the bull-nose full-lug barrel and what looks to be a kinda short cylinder, I have to say the S&W wheelgun is actually a 3" Model 625 in .45ACP. StanTheMan (talk) 13:00, 14 December 2013 (EST)

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