Talk:Lady Cop (Die Kommissarin)

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I don't know if this is a stunt gun or something, but doesn't look like a P226.
I think I see an external extractor in this shot. The first shot does not have an external extractor.
Definitely not an MP5. Maybe an HK33?
It looks the cylinder holds six shots, which means it can't be a S&W 36.

--Funkychinaman (talk) 21:22, 6 February 2013 (EST)

All this weapons is stunt. The laws in my country and also in Germany do not allow filmmakers to use functional weapons. These are replicas, they have no internal or external extractor, etc. details. But you know the truth, this SIG-Sauer is the P6 (P225), sorry for my error. ...--Pandolfini (talk) 04:43, 7 February 2013 (EST)

Are you sure that there cannot be any real weapons in German shows, as other series such as Alarm für Cobra 11 - Die Autobahnpolizei seem to. There are some replica blank firers used, but I suspect that there are real guns used, as I doubt there are replicas available of some of the guns such as the Sphinx AT 2000P, Armsel Protecta, PM md. 90 or most of the sniper rifles. Also, just because something is a blank firer doesn't mean it won't have an extractor. It still uses ammunition cartridges they just lack a bullet, they still need to be extracted. That 1911 does have an external extractor but it is longer than the ones that are typically on blank fire replicas like the Umarex or Kimar, it looks more like the one on a S&W SW1911. As for the SIG pistol, it is different to the ones seen below as the barrel is lower. I would actually guess that this is another pistol with a cosmetic shroud over it, as it looks like you can see a different slide under the SIG slide at the front. The trigger is also wrong, being too far back and appearing solid like a 1911 trigger. --commando552 (talk) 08:35, 7 February 2013 (EST)
Hannelore Elsner with non-gun mocked as SIG-Sauer P225.
It´s stunt S&W 36.


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