Discord-logo.jpg Join our Discord!
If you have been locked out of your account you can request a password reset here.

Talk:Trespass (1992)

From Internet Movie Firearms Database - Guns in Movies, TV and Video Games
Jump to navigation Jump to search

The 1911

It has Pachmyr grips, the rear sights match the AMT's exactly, and the slide is 6" with non-venitalted barrel ribbing. I'll try to match it. - Gunmaster45
What's weird is that in terms of its styling, it looks like a very old 1911, yet who was offering longslide 1911s before about 30 years ago? This might be something that was custom-built by the movie's armorer. -MT2008
If it is a custom gun built by the armorer, don't rule out the Hardballer. The slide could have been bead-blasted and blued. - Gunmaster45
Yeah, but that seems like kind of a weird modification to make. I can't think of any reason anyone would do that. Also note that the trigger is a standard M1911A1-style, not the longer trigger of the Hardballer. -MT2008
Not really. By remaking it blue, it makes it look more classic. And triggers can be swapped out easily enough. If someone was making a custom gun in an attempt to make it look classic, they'd most likely swap out the triggers for something more simple. - Gunmaster45
Look below who is back in Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot. The famous 1911 long slide. And both films are filmed in the 1992... --Charly Driver 17:07, 13 July 2010 (UTC)
Thanks for bringing this to my attention, Charly. And you're right; it may be the exact same gun in both movies (if it is from the same armory). Only problem is, it's not an AMT, so we still don't know the brand. -MT2008 01:34, 14 July 2010 (UTC)

The Long-Slide Gun

The gun could be a Western Arms Colt Hoag long-slide. 11:31, 22 November 2010 (UTC)

Do Not Sell My Personal Information