Talk:Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, The

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The gun he uses is not a P226, or any kind of SIG-Sauer. It's a S&W of some kind, I think a 915 or 5904. -MT2008
I was the original author and first identified the weapon as a 6904 and was constantly berated that it was actually a SIG-Sauer untill someone finally changed it -Anonymous

I thought I'd put a few minutes into this. While it looks very much like the 6904, the trigger guard looks more like the one belonging to it's predecessor, the 469. So I took the liberty of labeling it as such. I also added screen caps, and modified some text. --Crazycrankle 08:32, 21 December 2009 (UTC)

Father's Gun

I don't know what the regulations are concerning American Military Personnel in Japan but it seems unlikely that the Japanese government would allow American soldiers to take their guns home if they lived off base like Sean's Father. -Anonymous

if this is a service pistol shouldnt it be a beretta M9/A1 smish34

Beretta 92FS' are typically used in place of the more accurate M9/M9A1. --Crazycrankle 00:40, 13 January 2010 (UTC)

shouldnt it be a beretta M9/A1
This is a movie, not real life. In reality, movie armorers always use the civilian 92F/FS in place of the military M9. There are almost no M9s in private hands in the U.S., and since the 92F and M9 are almost identical besides the markings, they figure the average moviegoer won't notice or care, anyway. You've never seen a genuine military-issue M9 in a movie; they're always 92Fs. -MT2008

The question is whether or not in reality the Japanese Government would allow a U.S. service member to take his Beretta (whatever model it may be) off base with him. Givin the absoulute ban on handguns placed on Japanese civilians it seems like this would be unlikely.

S&W

The gun in the movie is not a 469 it is a 6904. Look at the front sight you can see it is drift adjustable. Also look at the trigger guard it is longer on the 6904. And also you can see in the second picture the safety decocker does not have the Phillips head screw.

The sights and safety decocker are bad things to compare, I've seen 469's with both being identical to the 6904, but the trigger guard does look longer than one on a 469.--Crazycrankle (talk) 18:00, 9 June 2013 (EDT)



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