Talk:Martini-Henry Rifle Series

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[[File:Martini-enfield carbine.jpg|thumb|none|450px|Martini-Enfield Artillery Carbine - .303 British]]
 
[[File:Martini-enfield carbine.jpg|thumb|none|450px|Martini-Enfield Artillery Carbine - .303 British]]
 
[[File:Martini-Henry Pistol.jpg|thumb|none|450px|Afghan-produced Martini-Henry-action pistol]]
 
[[File:Martini-Henry Pistol.jpg|thumb|none|450px|Afghan-produced Martini-Henry-action pistol]]
[[File:Martini Action Schuetzen Rifle.jpg|thumb|none|450px|German-manufactured Martini-action ''Schuetzen'' rifle]]
 
  
 
== The Hunting Party ==
 
== The Hunting Party ==
  
 
In the movie The Hunting Party (a western from 1971) starring Gene Hackman, Oliver Reed and Candace Bergen, Hackman has four sporterized versions of the Martini-Henry, each with a telescopic sight. Hackman claims to his friends on a train/whorehouse that they can shoot accurately to 800 yards, and they use them to hunt down that band of bandits that have kidnapped Hackman's wife, played by Bergen, and the leader of the band she falls in love with is Oliver Reed. [[User:Harleyguy|Harleyguy]] 7 May 2010 02:16
 
In the movie The Hunting Party (a western from 1971) starring Gene Hackman, Oliver Reed and Candace Bergen, Hackman has four sporterized versions of the Martini-Henry, each with a telescopic sight. Hackman claims to his friends on a train/whorehouse that they can shoot accurately to 800 yards, and they use them to hunt down that band of bandits that have kidnapped Hackman's wife, played by Bergen, and the leader of the band she falls in love with is Oliver Reed. [[User:Harleyguy|Harleyguy]] 7 May 2010 02:16

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Trade Pattern Martini-Enfield
Martini-Enfield Artillery Carbine - .303 British
Afghan-produced Martini-Henry-action pistol

[edit] The Hunting Party

In the movie The Hunting Party (a western from 1971) starring Gene Hackman, Oliver Reed and Candace Bergen, Hackman has four sporterized versions of the Martini-Henry, each with a telescopic sight. Hackman claims to his friends on a train/whorehouse that they can shoot accurately to 800 yards, and they use them to hunt down that band of bandits that have kidnapped Hackman's wife, played by Bergen, and the leader of the band she falls in love with is Oliver Reed. Harleyguy 7 May 2010 02:16




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