Many, including some of those stated above, and will highlight Commando, Terminator 2, The Matrix, and any John Wick film.
Terminator. First use, that I remember, for a laser sight in the movies (or at all) on the AMT Hardballer.
Get SPAS-12/AR-18 action as well.
Too bad that guy at the Alamo didn't have that phased plasma rifle in 40-watt range. That would have been cool.
Aliens also had some super cool future guns. I wanted a smart gun soooo baddd!!!!.
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I just watched "The Gray Man" on Netflix.
Great use of one of my favorites, the CZ P09.
Here's Don Johnson with a 6" Blued Python in the 1989 movie Dead Bang. The Python played a major role in the movie and demonstrated why 6 shots with a couple of reloaders may not be enough in a gunfight.
By the way, the guns are the only good part about the movie. The rest of it wasn't that great.
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I thought Dead Bang had one of the most hilarious and realistic endings to an extended foot chase in the very beginning. I wish more films and shows would include details like that.
No love for Ronin?
1.1 Colt M1991A1 Series 80
1.2 SIG-Sauer P228
1.3 Beretta 92FS Inox
1.4 Glock 17L
1.5 Glock 19
1.6 Jericho 941FB Compact
1.7 SIG-Sauer P239
1.8 Beretta Cougar Inox
1.9 Taurus PT945
1.10 Walther P5
1.11 Beretta 92FS
1.12 Taurus PT92
1.13 SIG-Sauer P229
1.14 Beretta 93R
2 Submachine Guns
2.1 Heckler & Koch MP5A3
2.2 Heckler & Koch MP5K
2.3 Beretta PM12S
2.4 IMI Uzi
2.5 IMI Mini Uzi
2.6 Skorpion SA Vz 61
3 Rifles & Carbines
3.1 SIG SG 551
3.2 Bushmaster XM15 "V-Match"
3.3 Romanian AK Draco Carbine
4 Machine Gun
4.1 FN MINIMI-Para Mk 2
5.1 Mossberg 590 "Compact Cruiser"
5.2 Franchi SPAS-15
5.3 Franchi SPAS-12
6.1 Heckler & Koch HK69A1 Granatpistole
6.2 Modified LAW 66
Not that great of a movie, but Angel Has Fallen had some pretty spiffy hardware. I mean, how often do you see folks sporting HK PSG-1s in a flick?
An AI AX rifle was also in the film as was a Blaser 93 straight pull and LRS2 bolts and among the more unique firearm choices.
The Sand Pebbles:
For me the Lewis Gun, BAR, M1903 and the Colt .45.
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Just watch all the Clint Eastwood movies.
There you have everything from M1 Garand and a 1911 in Grand Torino, to a 1858 Army in unforgiven, to a P228 in The Line of Fire, to the Model 29's in all the Dirty Harry movies. You have a Colt 1851 Navy in Good, Bad, Ugly , and Peacemaker in Fistful of dollars
pretty much covers it all
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