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Talk:The Stuff

From Internet Movie Firearms Database - Guns in Movies, TV and Video Games
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Model 57?

There seems to be a big gap between the cylinder and the frame witch neither of the Model 57 or the Model 29 have as their in .41 and .44 respectively. Now I can't tell if the barrel is tapered or not. But the gun could be either of the following: the 6" Model 23 (.38/44), the 6" Model 24 (.44 Special), the 6" Model 25 (the .45 ACP version), or the more common 6" Models 27/28 (.357). --Thejoker (talk) 09:27, 2 April 2013 (EDT)

That is a good point, the Model 57 and 29 are nearly identical and the Model 29 is far more ubiquitous in films than the Model 29. And in the screen-caps it is impossible to determine the bore size which is really the only difference. The look of the underlug makes it appear like a potential Model 25/26.

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