The page creator has a penchant for misidentifying guns. Please only ID guns if you are sure. It harms the reputation of IMFDB to have so many misidentified guns on pages. MoviePropMaster2008 12:13, 3 April 2012 (CDT)
- (1) It is NOT a Nagant. I don't care how many CLOUDS you categorize, it's still not a Nagant M1895.
- (2) Showing me a picture of a CARTOON of a Nagant, suggesting that it could look like the gun in the screencap, if one were to 'modify' the cartoon image is hilarious. I can make Sponge Bob Square Pants morph into a BAR, but I won't. Your English translation software is terrible. MoviePropMaster2008 01:43, 4 April 2012 (CDT)
What is with my software? I do not understand. Otherwise, I initially took the view that it is this Webley , but it has a square barrel. Circus artists, but they can edit all kinds of weapons, so it may be that also it is. In short, it's not Smith & Wesson, that's the only sure:)))--Pandolfini 03:56, 4 April 2012 (CDT)
Here's another shot, I don't know why it isn't on the page. --Funkychinaman 08:39, 4 April 2012 (CDT)
Yes! It´s also my. Yes, it is also from this movie - an alternative image. Well, maybe not this Nagant? This has even here the ring on the handle.--Pandolfini 09:09, 4 April 2012 (CDT)
- It isn't a Nagant, there isn't enough frame behind the cylinder, the top of the frame on this revolver is flat but on the Nagant it curves down at the front, the Nagant has oval indents in the cylinder as opposed to traditional fluting and the ejector rod housing is wrong. My best guess is still a Bodeo M1889 with a longer barrel. I think there were loads of Italian, Dutch and French derivatives of this gun so could be one of them, but I have reached the end of my knowledge about turn of the century Italian revolvers... --commando552 09:35, 4 April 2012 (CDT)
Bodeo - I also think that it will good tip, if he is Italian work! Barrels certainly was made in several variants. --Pandolfini 10:46, 4 April 2012 (CDT)