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    Quote Originally Posted by pittpa View Post
    How do they make the revolver cylinder click when they spin it?
    Mine don't do that.


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    Even revolvers with swing out cylinders make that sound in Hollywood. They load it, spin the cylinder for effect (with a dubbed ratchet sound), then close it with a flick of the wrist. I grit my teeth every time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smutt View Post
    Now thatís real talent right there, as far as making stuff up. On a related subject Keanuís talent with actual 3 gun is pretty impressive. Iíve watched video of him practicing for the John Wick movies and found him to be dead serious with his training regimen. But yeah he didnít write the script for the movie.
    Yes, Reeves and Halle Berry on the range shooting while training for the film is absolutely phenomenal. They are very serious and into it. And those cutie pies in black tanktops coaching them, wowee! All that is a different story from the stupid short scene he had to do that I posted. I also saw one scene where a dog was attacking bad guys in one of them and that was great.
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    Point Taken Sir...



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    I've never seen any john wick movie, in fact I don't watch too much of anything modern. But Tuco's scene was better and at least somewhat believable. If Wick's cartridge didn't fit in the Remington, but did in the cylinder of the gun he took apart, why not just use that gun?? And why did he take that hammer out? and how? I didn't see him use a screwdriver to remove the hammer screw. Oh well it is hollywood. I will say that a 75 Remington w/ Colt navy bbl is just dumb looking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaffee View Post
    I've never seen any john wick movie, in fact I don't watch too much of anything modern. But Tuco's scene was better and at least somewhat believable. If Wick's cartridge didn't fit in the Remington, but did in the cylinder of the gun he took apart, why not just use that gun?? And why did he take that hammer out? and how? I didn't see him use a screwdriver to remove the hammer screw. Oh well it is hollywood. I will say that a 75 Remington w/ Colt navy bbl is just dumb looking.
    Exactly what I thought. If you have a complete gun in the right caliber you just use it. You also gotta love the Russian roulette one shot kill...
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    But the revolvers that Tuco took apart and made into his were the same type.
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    One more thing: how did that .44 slug get down that .38 bbl? Here is a video I found comparing the two scenes:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w7dxTFJ2rzg
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    I like much of what the Coens did but not "The Big Lebowski". I bought a used copy, started watching and stopped after a few minutes and gave the video to an older grandson. lol
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    What the "L" sort of revolver was that? 1851 Colt navy front end, 19th century top strap frame? Wadapuck?

    Right up there with the old B&W Pirate movies and the original Star Trek series using "flintlock" Springfield trapdoors.

    Or when Tom Berenger mis-identified a 7.62x54R Mosin Nagant 91/30 Sniper as a 7.92x57 98 Mauser Sniper in "Sniper 2".
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    I was watching my DVD of The Blue Max the other night. I saw it originally in the theater circa 1966 but at the time knew little about guns. In the first few minutes of the film, George Peppard is a German soldier fighting in the trenches. He is carrying a WWII era No. 4 Mk.2 Enfield, complete with the Bowie blade bayonet ! I did a double take.
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