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    Favorite Clint Eastwood western? Gun?

    There have been past threads about favorite western movies, characters, and tv shows. In this three-part variation, consider only Clint Eastwood westerns.

    1. What is your favorite Clint Eastwood western movie or tv show?

    2. What is your favorite gun used by Clint Eastwood in any of his westerns?

    3. What is your favorite gun used by any actor/character in any Clint Eastwood western?
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    ...a double barrel...a beer...and Joe Kidd...

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    1. 'The Outlaw Josey Wales'

    2. The snake adorned SAA from the 1st two of the 'Man With No Name' Trilogy. I liked that gun so much I duplicated it 15 or 20 years ago.




    3. Just to be different, the Spencer used in 'Unforgiven'
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    Un-forgiven ..the S&W Schofield end of the Movie but very bad-ass.

    If your going to decorate your saloon with my friend Ned he should have armed himself.... makes sense to me.

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    1. The Good Bad and the Ugly; I don't really have a preference on Eastwood's westerns I liked Joe Kidd, Hang Em High, Two Mules

    2. The Man With No Name 1851 Colt that never existed.

    3. The High Powered rifles in Joe Kidd.
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    1. The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly.
    2. Volcanic Rifle in For a Few Dollars More.
    3. 1847 Colt Walkers in Jose Wales.

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    Yep, I guess you really did like it, in order to duplicate it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chaffee View Post
    1. 'The Outlaw Josey Wales'

    2. The snake adorned SAA from the 1st two of the 'Man With No Name' Trilogy. I liked that gun so much I duplicated it 15 or 20 years ago.




    3. Just to be different, the Spencer used in 'Unforgiven'
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    Lee Van Cleef's stocked revolver from A Few Dollars More
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    I am not old enough to have grown up on CE movies, so I haven't really watched too many or have a favorite. I am sure I would enjoy them though with my love of old guns.

    However, I really like the movie Gran Torino that starred Eastwood. I think it came out in 2008. It did a good job of portraying the state our country is becoming, and the continual loss of the true American generation.

    I will note he used a 1911 and a WWII M1 Garand in that movie, as a private citizen to boot.
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