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Liked 1911 guns.

anyone else that you can think of?

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John Smith liked them so much, he carried two.

 
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Well,

There was Mike Franks from NCIS.
 
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Didn't Jesse Stone (Selleck) carry a 1911?
 
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Amazon series Bosch, the character carries a 1911.

Also Jameson Parker in the TV Show Simon and Simon carried one off and on through the series.
 
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Longmire carried one.


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Didn't Jesse Stone (Selleck) carry a 1911?


Looks like a 1911-style to me.


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Joe Mantegna in Criminal Minds carries one, but then he's a real life gun guy.



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Humphrey Bogart.

Maltese Falcon


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Another reel life 1911 guy...



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Brother Mouzone: I see you favor a .45.

Omar: Tonight I do. And I keeps one in the chamber, in case you ponderin'. Nice show piece you got there.

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It was a dumb show, but it qualifies for this quiz. Stacey Keach played "Mike Hammer", carried a Colt 1911 that he called "Betsy".

Oh, and those 1911s Humphrey Bogart used in "The Maltese Falcon"...

He got them from the crippled newsie who took them from The Gunsel, also known as Elisha Cook Jr.:

The gun he uses in "Casablanca" is a 1903 Colt, not a 1911.


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one pops up every now and then in Peaky Blinders,



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Marv and his 1911 "Gladys" from "Sin City"



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Emily Procter in CSI: Miami. (Bleah.)

 
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In the tv series Starsky and Hutch, Starsky carried a 1911.

On the TV show the A-team, George Peppard's character carried one.

In the TV show Miami Vice, Sonny carried a .45 ACP Detonics Combat-Master backup gun in an ankle holster.

Chuck Norris in the movie Long Wolf McQuade carried a 1911.
 
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...On the TV show the A-team, George Peppard's character carried one...

Nope. S&W nickeled 39 or 59, though never identified for sure. I remember it being a 59, but IMDBGuns said it could have been later versions of the 59.


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I love that little addition with Marv and Gladys in Sin City. Paul M. Glaser (Starsky) carried one on the show Starsky and Hutch which was one of my favorite shows growing up. Hondo carried one in the original SWAT.
 
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Steven Segal immediately comes to mind...he prefers them on and off screen.
 
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Actually, Starsky carried a S&W 59 and Chuck Norris carried a nickeled S&W N frame revolver in Lone Wolf McQuade, I believe it was a model 57.


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