Talk:48 Hrs.

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Just curious about the gun that Eddie Murphy takes from the guy in the biker bar? It's some type of small, "saturday night special" type gun. I was never totally sure of what exactly it was - any ideas?

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It looks too small to be a Colt Vest pocket, any more ideas? --Ben41 19:14, 13 January 2010 (UTC)

A Saturday Night Special is a term used by cops to describe a cheap little snub gun, usually a revolver. In films, they sometimes screw up this term. In Flashpoint for instance, he refers to the expensive, big Taurus Judge a a SNS. Hope this helps. - Gunmaster45
Looks like an early Lorcin, but i don't know what model exactly can be is. Perhaps the L380, but I'm not sure. --Charly Driver 08:28, 14 January 2010 (UTC)
It's too small to be a Lorcin 380. Looks like a Jennings 32 or 25. --Predator20 15:38, 14 January 2010 (UTC)
Jennings .25 ACP

Cop's S&W

An SFPD Patrol Officer (Chris Mulkey) holds his S&W on Jack and Reggie.

This is listed under the Model 27/28 section, which is indeed the gun Ganz (Remar) uses before 'acquiring' Cate's (Nolte's) Model 29, but this revolver most certainly does not appear big enough to be an N-frame. Plus it also seems to have a non-shrouded ejector rod socket. That, plus the bull barrel, perhaps it's more likely some kind of K-frame, such as a Model 15 perhaps? StanTheMan 20:19, 27 October 2010 (UTC)

Model 15 or 19, I can't tell if the ejector rod is shrouded.--Predator20 20:35, 27 October 2010 (UTC)

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