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There's so many. Post a clip to your favorite.

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Here's one of mine:

Tom Cruise in Collateral, "The Brief Case Scene"



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One of my favorites:




Link to original video: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=hql-kW23-AQ


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John Wick - home invasion:




Link to original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7zmuvbwnXGE


John Wick - club:




Link to original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-HSoOFdJ3s

Last of the Mohicans...not quite the most believable but still entertaining.




Link to original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dhrg6SH9yvE




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Too many to actually post. But a few:
Wind River.
The Dugout draw/fire from True Grit. Either version.
The final bar scene from Unforgiven.
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Neither of my two favorite scenes feature a great shootout or anything. I've always liked the scene in Silverado when Mal says, "Mister, you ever seen what a Henry rifle can do in the hands of somebody who knows how to use it?" And of course his dad pops out with the rifle.

The other scene:




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Cat Ballou when Lee Marvin shoots the hat off the train conductor who won't give them the combination to the safe of the train they are robbing.



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The final shootout in "The Wild Bunch" as no-one can top Sam Peckinpah's handling of a gun scene... here's part of it:



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Han Solo vs Guido. Big Grin







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The Irish Mob flick "State of Grace" had a pretty good shootout too...



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Neither of my two favorite scenes feature a great shootout or anything. I've always liked the scene in Silverado when Mal says, "Mister, you ever seen what a Henry rifle can do in the hands of somebody who knows how to use it?" And of course his dad pops out with the rifle.



My personal favorite is

"You idiot, he's hit everything he's aimed at!"







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The sound is incredible in this Indiana Jones scene. With a good home stereo system you can hear bullets whiz past you.




Link to original video: https://youtu.be/ImY6EOvzFpg


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The final shootout in "The Wild Bunch" as no-one can top Sam Peckinpah's handling of a gun scene... here's part of it:



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Wind River.


I'm not a big fan of the hyper-stylized spy/assassin John Wick/Jason Bourne/James Bond type of gunfights. They always seem too clean and choreographed, with 20 guys instantly downed by one or two shots. Taylor Sheridan-scripted films such as Sicario and Wind River seem much more gritty, chaotic, and believable to me. That's why I think scenes such as Elizabeth Olsen having to houseclear while partially blinded and then unloading an entire mag into a bad guy is 20 times more intense than anything in John Wick.

 
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Pa...I got the gold right here...

Fast, clean and deserving Razz...




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Way too many for me to list them all. A few high points for me...

The John Wick home invasion gun/judo fight is definitely one of my favorites.

The "gun kata" scenes from Equilibrium. Overly stylized, but I still found them entertaining.

Not a gun fight, but I always loved the "We need guns" scene from The Matrix.

I thought Way of the Gun had some good gunfight scenes.

Another favorite of mine (especially the boat with the mini-guns)...




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One of my favorites:



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50 cal.... Cool




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