Talk:Meteor (2009 Miniseries)

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That extractor on the M1911 makes me think of a Model B, but it could be some weird off brand pistol too. Black Irish Paddy (talk) 19:49, 16 February 2017 (EST)

Yeah, I also noticed that too. I tried looking for a specific model, but nothing seemed to match that I found. If anyone has any information on the type of M1911, please feel free to add. I'll adding more later on, and have a few unknowns as well.--Alienqueen11 (talk) 19:59, 16 February 2017 (EST)

It looks like a Reck Government, Image Black Irish Paddy (talk) 20:40, 16 February 2017 (EST)

That looks to be spot on, thanks for helping with the identification. I uploaded an image of it for comparison. If the image you were trying to show me is better, you might want to consider uploading it using the Upload File function on the left side of the site. I looked it up, but I can seem to find anything in English on the gun at all.--Alienqueen11 (talk) 18:55, 17 February 2017 (EST)

Unidentified (Updated)

Smith & Wesson Model 19,27,29? Haven't had a shot of him drawing it just yet.
A bit dark, but he finally draws it in Part 2.
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Revolver-1, can't really tell holstered, but not sure it's big enough for an N-frame. Revolver-4 looks like it has the S&W-style firing pin hammer, but not sure. If so, it's another Model 19. If not, then it likely is a Colt Trooper MK III. Revovler-5 looks to be the same gun, in any event. Revolver-6 is definitely a Colt, either an Official Police or New Service, possibly the latter, cylinder looks a bit large. The last piece is throwing me off some, can't place it right now. StanTheMan (talk) 02:22, 18 February 2017 (EST)

Sheriff's gun is a S&W Model 586. Still not sure on that last one.. It looks to have a shrouded lug and S&W-style large ramp front sight, but the frame doesn't look right for a Smith. Grips are baffling me a bit as well. I suppose there's no better shot of that one? BTW, for the record, Non Guns generally go in their respective firearm type categories - IE a Beretta 92 Non Gun would still go under pistols and the AK would be under rifles. 'Other' is generally reserved for anything not fitting into any of the other typical categories, such as tasers, grenades, or indeed launchers like the Stinger already listed. StanTheMan (talk) 02:30, 19 February 2017 (EST)
Thanks for the help with the identifications. The revolver on the car seat is actually a continuity error, Marla Sokoloff's character takes the S&W Model 19 from a criminal in the police station, and when she throws the revolver on the seat, it changes into the Colt New Service and then later when she's stopped by the Border Patrol Police, it changes yet again into the revolver in the screenshot. Unfortunately that's the only shot I was able to get of it, I think I might just put it on the page itself in the hopes that a visitor will be able to identify it. Thanks yet again.--Alienqueen11 (talk) 20:59, 19 February 2017 (EST)


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