Talk:Kick-Ass 2

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I hope I can get some help identifying the rest of these guns. --redram355 (talk) 18:47, 18 March 2013 (EDT)


Hit-Girl chambering the Glock

I thought you couldn't manually chamber a round on a Double-Action-Only pistol. - User: 2wingo

You can't manually cock the hammer on a DAO pistol, chambering a round is different and is the act of pulling back the slide to pick up a round from the magazine and insert it in the chamber. This is a necessity for any automatic pistol to fire, be it a DAO, SAO or DA/SA. You can't just insert the magazine into the grip of a pistol and fire it, you need to put a round in the chamber first. --commando552 (talk) 19:32, 18 March 2013 (EDT)
Thanks. I'm still a little fuzzy on the meaning of "double" and "single" action in regards to semiautomatics. - User: 2wingo
To simplify it, in order for a gun to fire a round the gun's hammer hits the back of the firing pin, which then hits the rear of a cartridge setting it off. In a single action gun, the hammer can only be released by the trigger, so must be in the rear position to fire. Generally when you pull back the slide of a SA pistol the hammer will be cocked, but if you uncock it after this point you will have to manually pull back the hammer before you can fire again. With a double action pistol when you pull the trigger it cocks the hammer and then releases it. As a DA trigger is doing a lot more work than a SA, it is heavier requiring more force to pull. With a DA/SA pistol (what most 9mm "military" pistol are these days) they are capable of both, meaning that you can have the hammer uncocked and fire the first round with a DA trigger pull, and subsequent rounds with SA. This is putting it simply though and ignoring mechanisms like striker fired pistols and pre-set triggers, if you want to understand it I suggest you read about it. --commando552 (talk) 20:02, 18 March 2013 (EDT)

Blazer R93 LRS1?

While they are training in the trailer a display case holding Bid Daddy'd costume is visible with what appears to be a Blaser sniper rifle. However going by the change in angle of the front of the stock and the "V" where between the back of the cheek rest and the stock, it appears to be an LRS1 rather than an LRS2:

KA2 Blaser.jpg
King Arms AS Blazer R93 LRS1.jpg

However the above gun is not real, but rather an Airsoft one made by Kind Arms. In fact I can't find any reference to a non airsoft LRS1, does anyone know if it exists? Or maybe it isn't a Blaser at all and is something else. --commando552 (talk) 06:07, 19 March 2013 (EDT)

Hit Girl's SIG-Sauer

The armorer of the film describes Hit Girl's SIG-Sauer as a Sig-Sauer P232 not a P230, but the Sig used in the film does look similar to a SIG-Sauer P230. I'am not really sure if it's a SIG-Sauer P230 or P232.

I think they are mistaken. The slide serrations are much too narrow to be a P232, and it has the smaller rear sight as swell. In fact, I think it is one of the early P230s with the even finer slide serrations seen below:
SIG-Sauer P230 - 7.65 mm Browning. Older model with different style slide serrations.
--commando552 (talk) 19:50, 7 September 2013 (EDT)


What appear to be Benelli shotguns and M4A1 rifles hanging on the wall to the right.
On the right can be seen an MP5A3, an MP5K as well as several handguns.
Kick Ass 2 grenade launcher.jpg
A Blaser R93 Tactical appears to be sealed in a glass case along with the armor once worn by Big Daddy.
A thug opens fire on Hit Girl with the AK.
The AK is seen on the left.
Hit Girl (Chloe Moretz) looks into a room with M4A1 rifles hanging on the wall to the right.
Colonel Stars and Stripes (Jim Carrey) holds a S&W 5946.
Hit Girl (Chloe Moretz) gets ready armed with the Glock.
Hit Girl (Chloe Moretz) chambers a round, displaying remarkable trigger dicipline for a fifteen year old girl.
Mother Russia (Olga Kurkulina) about to fire the Glock.
A closeup firing his Nite-Tac's.
Hit Girl loading the revolver.
Hit Girl holds the revolver.
Hit Girl opens the cylinder.
Hit Girl holding the revolver.
Para-Ordnance Nite-Tac pistols on display.
Hit Girl (Chloe Moretz) loading a SIG-Sauer P230. Note purple grips.
Hit Girl chambering the SIG-Sauer P230.

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