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how do you know that the PPK/S and the PPK were .380 ACP? User:Colt 10:57

  • The page doesn't say they were, it says our example images are .380 ACP models. Vangelis 09:23, 5 August 2009 (UTC)

Cromwell Model 15

In the movie there is also the William Donohue (James Cromwell) Model 15. Note his particular way of lowering the hammer seen on the same gun in L.A. Confidential. I wanted to add this gun to the page but do not want to ruin the job with my poor descriptions. Charly Driver

Smith & Wesson Model 15 .38 Special
Donohue open the drawer.

Note how he rotates the weapon, like in L.A. Confidential.

Thanks for the screencaps, and don't worry, you won't ruin the page. You should add it. I will make grammar corrections if you wish. -MT2008 15:20, 22 December 2009 (UTC)
Done! Charly Driver

Funny, that's how I cock single-actions too.

Stop calling it Akimbo

This isn't MW2 people. We don't need it refered to as "akimbo" in every picture of Schwartzennegor (sp?) holding two guns. That's One Angry Duck 04:44, 31 July 2010 (UTC)

Firstly, Modern Warfare 2 most certainly wasn't the first piece of media to have dual wielding referred to as akimbo. Secondly, it's a well known term, and therefore, easily conveys the meaning that we're trying to express. In case you've forgotten, this site isn't for gun fanatics to make themselves feel good by displaying their inordinate knowledge of firearms, it's to allow common viewers a way of differentiating between different guns, and to allow them to find out what guns are used in certain movies. Therefore, since akimbo easily conveys the meaning that we intend to those who this article is written for, it should be kept. Acora 05:33, 26 September 2010 (UTC)
Fair enough. That's One Angry Duck 15:19, 26 September 2010 (UTC)

S&W "Bodyguard"

(It actually appears this is a regular Model 36 with Bianchi "Lightning" grips that give the gun a "Bodyguard" appearance.[IMG]http://i28.photobucket.com/albums/c220/sigp220/SWM13_002.jpg[/IMG]

No, this is an actual S&W Bodyguard. The shrouded but accessible hammer spur is unmistakeable.

The revolver in the screencap has a clear 'hump' around the hammer, which the Bodyguard shrouds do not have (compare the two images below). That and the hump clearly connects down with the grip and has a different color and texture than the frame. I figure the Lightning grips were there for people who wanted the snag-free attribute of the Bodyguards but already had regular J-frames. Anyway, the ID of it being a Model 36 with those grips seems pretty solid to me. StanTheMan (talk) 02:33, 1 February 2016 (EST)

Smith & Wesson Model 38, aluminum-alloy-framed version of Model 49 - .38 Special

Beretta 92FS

I've found this image that could be added to the gun page. http://www.nickchinlund.com/gallery/Eraser/image013.html --Btgr 20:27, 29 February 2012 (CST)

NOT a Colt Woodsman

I clearly see a High Standard .22 pistol where it says it is a "Colt Woodsman". The button projecting from the front of the trigger guard and the target rear sights are giveaways. --Winged Brick (talk) 21:00, 19 November 2013 (EST)

M16A2 looks like a Model 715

It has the heavier barrel of the M16A2, but the carry handle is definitely an A1. Spartan198 (talk) 18:40, 14 April 2015 (EDT)

Indeed. That said, that entry needs to be modified a bit accordingly - The rifle can't have 'A2 sights' as it says on the page if it has an A1 carry handle. That said, I agree that it could be a Canada-spec rifle like the Colt Model 715, however it also could be a Colt AR-15A2 Sporter II, of which the latter seems more likely. StanTheMan (talk) 22:51, 25 November 2015 (EST)

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