Normal Life

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Normal Life
Normal Life-poster.jpg
Movie Poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
Directed by John McNaughton
Release Date 1996
Language English
French
Spanish
Studio New Line Cinema
Distributor Fine Line Features
Main Cast
Character Actor
Pam Anderson Ashley Judd
Chris Anderson Luke Perry
Agent Parker Bruce A. Young



Normal Life is a 1996 crime drama directed by John McNaughton (Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer) and stars Luke Perry as Chris Anderson, a police officer who falls passionately in love with Pam (Ashley Judd), a manipulative woman who convinces him to give her expensive lifestyle. When he loses his job, Chris and Pam turn to robbing banks to make ends meet. The story based on the real life bank robbers Jeffrey and Jill Erickson.



The following weapons were used in the film Normal Life:

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Colt M1911A1

Chris (Luke Perry) and Pam (Ashley Judd) take turns firing a Colt M1911A1 during their date at the shooting range, other characters are seen with M1911A1's as well.

Commercial production M1911A1 - .45 ACP
Chris shows Pam how to use the M1911A1
Pam takes aim
Chris takes aim
An FBI agent attempts to shoot out the tires of Pam and Chris's getaway van.
A police officer arrests Chris.
Satin Nickel M1911A1 Pistol - .45 ACP.
Agent Parker (Bruce A. Young) draws his nickel M1911A1.

Taurus PT92

Pam (Ashley Judd) plays with a Taurus PT92 that Chris gave her.

Taurus PT92AFS (Stainless) with Slimline Black Factory Grips - 9x19mm
Pam (Ashley Judd) plays with a Taurus PT92 that Chris gave her, you can see the frame-mounted safety above her thumb identifying it as a Taurus.
Chris fires his Colt Trooper in the foreground while Pam fires her Taurus in the background.
A police officer fires his Taurus, another clear shot of the frame-mounted safety.

Smith & Wesson Model 65

Chris (Luke Perry) carries a Smith & Wesson Model 65 during one of the bank robberies.

Smith and Wesson Model 65 - .357 Magnum. Four inch barrel and rubber grips.
Chris loads up his Smith & Wesson Model 65 to rob a bank...
... and Pam (Ashley Judd) uses it as a dildo, both this use and how she holds it are extremely unsafe as the weapon is clearly loaded.

Colt Trooper

Chris also carries a Colt Trooper.

Colt Trooper - .357 Magnum.
Chris (Luke Perry) put his Colt Trooper to his head.
Chris fires his Colt Trooper in the foreground while Pam fires her Taurus in the background.
A wounded security guard takes a shot at Chris.

Colt Lawman MK III

Chris (Luke Perry) uses a 2" Colt Lawman MK III to escape custody and later kill himself.

Colt Lawman Mk III snubnose with rubber grips - .357 Magnum
Chris disarms and kills a policeman...
... unlocks his handcuffs...
... and shots another officer with the Colt Lawman MK III.
Chris realizes his lack of options and kills himself.

Smith & Wesson Model 581

A police officer uses a Smith & Wesson Model 581 to shoot at Pam's (Ashley Judd) getaway car.

Smith & Wesson Model 581 - .357 Magnum
The officer fires at Pam's vehicle.

SWD M11/9

Both Chris and Pam use an SWD M11/9 during their bank robbery.

SWD M11/9 - 9x19mm.
Chirs threatens bank customers with the M11/9 SMG.
Closeup of the barrel.
Pam fires the M11/9 into the ceiling.

MAC-10

Pam uses a MAC-10 to fire at pursuing police.

Ingram MAC-10 open bolt submachine gun - .45 ACP.
Pam fires at pursuing police.

Galil SAR assault rifle

Chris (Luke Perry) on the shooting range tests the Galil SAR.

IMI Galil SAR - 5.56x45mm
Chris (Luke Perry) on the shooting range tests Galil SAR.
Chris (Luke Perry) shot a policeman in the car by firing the assault rifle.
LP-AR-detail-NL.jpg
The policeman fired to Pam hidden in the truck.

AKM assault rifle

For some reason, an FBI agent is armed with an AKM.

AKM - 7.62x39mm.
An FBI agent was armed with an AKM!

Mossberg 500

A policeman aims his Mossberg 500 shotgun at Pam's car.

Mossberg 500 with high-capacity magazine tube - 12 gauge
A policeman aims his shotgun at Pam's car.



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