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MP5 - Die Hard



AUG - Die Hard



Beretta 92 - Die Hard / Lethal Weapon



Colt Commando - Heat



FN FNC - Heat



UZI, 9MM - Terminator



"Old Painless" Minigun - Predator



VP70Z - Aliens

 
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1987 Robo Cop
Peter Weller played Murphy had both the SIG P226 and P9 in the scene where he and his partner were chasing the thugs.
 
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Kelly's Heroes. M1 Thompsons everywhere.




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Someone mentioned Quigley Down Under (one of my favorites) but added no photos. Arc wants pics!





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In Magnum Force, besides Dirty Harry's Model 29, the Colt Python (used by the rogue cops) figured prominently.



Dig this suppressor. It slipped over and twisted onto the barrel, right over the front sight. Big Grin
 
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1971
S&W 76 probably best know for use by Charlton Heston in:
The Omega Man
“The last man on earth, always carries an automatic weapon.” Big Grin



1972
Across 110th Street
S&W Model 76
“You think you can just jive your way in here and take some money.” Big Grin



2019
Stockholm
S&W Model 76
“He wants you here in ten minutes or he shoots me in the face.” (Then hang up.)
“Was he surprised?” Big Grin

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I think that was used by one of the rogue cops in Magnum Force's pool party massacre. It must have had a 200-round magazine. Razz

BTW, the blonde who is shot and falls into the pool is a young Suzanne Somers.
 
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Starsky & Hutch > Smith & Wesson 59, Colt Python
 
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Phased plasma rifle in the 40 watt range.
(Westinghouse M27)

Terminator movie
 
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M.I.B.





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James Caan in Thief running a 6" long slide M1911A1 pistol customized by California gunsmith Jim Hoag, There is a long vertical cutout on the skeletonized trigger, which means the pistol is most likely a Colt Gold Cup National Match

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The MP40 in Where Eagles Dare, used mostly by Clint Eastwood. At 1:54 he dual wields them. Big Grin

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Lamarr Simms in "Joe Kidd" with the broomhandle mauser.

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OK.... Since you asked:
“ Sean Connery had a Webly-Fosbury Automatic Revolver in ZARDOZ”






Miles Archer (played by Jerome Cowan) in "the Maltese Falcon" also carried a
Webly-Fosbury Automatic revolver.


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Just seeing this thread now...

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lee majors, 6 million dollar man:

226sport


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Kahr K9 Stainless Elite- Walden Belfore takes out Phil Leotardo

Beretta Cheetah- Frank Costello in Departed

I thought they were so cool I got both. Love the K9 trigger
 
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The Expendables 1,2 & 3.....pretty much every gun ever....


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AUG - Die Hard



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Here it is:









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^^^^^^
Dan,

Do you own that????




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Do you own that????


Yep. It came from Stembridge Gun Rentals when they liquidated their machine gun inventory. The liquidation sale occurred in 1998 and was handled by Dan Shea from Long Mountain Outfitters. Dan sold the AUG to Larry Gaglio from Capital City Firearms, CCF, and I got it from Larry back in '02.

Larry didn't know it was used in Die Hard. All he knew is that it came from Stembridge and was beat to $hit. Dan sold it to him cheap and Larry just wanted to flip it and make a couple bucks. It was only after I got it did I see a notice in Small Arms Review from Dan Shea. The notice stated if anyone had one of the Stembridge guns he, Dan, would get its history for the owner gratus. I contacted Dan and sent him my AUG's serial number. He passed it on to Stembridge's Weapons Masters. They looked it up in their books and responded with its inventory number and movie credits. It was only then that everyone found out that it THE Die Hard AUG. Like I said before, the Hollywood types couldn't care less about movie props. They're just tools to be used, abused, and finally thrown away. When I said the AUG was beat to $hit, I wasn't kidding. It was completely trashed.

All the Hollywood types do to the props is spray paint over any visible nicks, scratches, and dings so they don't show up on film. I had the receiver stripped and refinished by Lauer. Other than the receiver, every single part was replaced with a factory Austrian made Steyr full auto AUG part. There are no converted semi parts in my AUG. I even installed a three round burst hammer pack in it. That was cool for about ten seconds after which I set the speed shifter to full auto and just leave it there.

I like shooting it with the 42 rounders over the 30 rounders especially with the short 14" SMG barrel installed. Muzzle blast is impressive! But, the most fun I have with the AUG is with a 9mm conversion. Now that does work very well and is relatively cheap to shoot. The conversion uses the same type magazine as the MPi-69/81. But, they are a real bitch to load. The mags have a trapezoidal cross section and most 9mm mag loaders simply will not fit. This is where Pete Athens came to my rescue. He has original Steyr MPi-69/81 loaders. They are a must to load these funky mags.


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