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Pearl Grip 1911

It's an m1911 see picture below, you can see the beavertail grips? The gold symbol on the pearl grips could mean its a Colt MK IV Series 70/80? Yeah, In those pre-production shots, I thought Highsmith had a Nickel Revolver, I thought a King Cobra.

This is the screen used Auto Ordnance 1911A1 that was carried and fired by John Travolta in the movie.
Colt Mk IV Series 70

It's very clear in the Linked Image, that it's a 1911 and not a Browning High-Power.

They appear to be pearl grips from the still, but have a look at this. --Polk 11:21, 2 October 2010 (UTC)

Three Desert Eagles and a... SIG?

Looks like a P220 Sport, but the Comp has a rail attached to the bottom. And if anyone says it's not a .45, look at the barrel size... I guess those are .357 Desert Eagles then...


Other Weapons

I just saw the movie, I noticed that there was a Daewoo K3. It could possibly be a M249 or Minimi, I'm guessing the Daewoo based on how common the K3 is and how minor the part it is used.

There was also possibly a USAS 12 shotgun with a scope... -Ranger01 06:24, 6 August 2010 (UTC)

The Daewoo K3 is only common in movies filmed in British Columbia, Canada, because Felcan Enterprises (the major film armory located in that neck of the woods) only seems to have K3s in inventory and uses them as M249 stand-ins. The Other Guys was not filmed in British Columbia (it was filmed entirely on location in New York City), and American armorers have lots of real Minimi/M249s. -MT2008 09:37, 10 May 2011 (CDT)

SIG 556 Classic

At least one of the helicopter shooters at the end uses a SIG 556 Classic.

The pic looks more like a standard 556 with m4 style stock and a 551 hand guard (the 556 classic hand guard has smaller vents that go the full length of it, while the 551 has three large vents at the front of the hand guard). Dover500 15:01, 28 August 2011 (CDT)

Oh the irony

After the captain takes Gamble's Glock saying he'll get it back when he learns to handle it properly his finger is on the trigger and Ferrell has good finger safety throughout the film.--FIVETWOSEVEN 04:14, 16 January 2011 (UTC)

Desert Eagles

Used .357s Desert Eagles Can be easily had for under 1000 dollars... The rest of the posters opinion is irrelevant and unnecessary. Will Ferrells comment is accurate enough for casual conversation. --Furious Oyster

Weapons of the nigerian thugs

Some of the weapons that the five nigerian thugs is using during the boardroom shootout seems misidentified. Going from left to right in the picture the first two weapons identified as a Smith & Wesson Model 686 and a Ruger P89 seems correct, but the next thug does appear to be using a Tanfoglio TZ-75 and not a Browning Hi-Power, the next one seems to be using a Beretta M951 "Helwan Brigadier" and not a Model 92FS, also the last thug who's gun I cant find identified on the page looks to me like a Taurus PT945. Thejoker

Unknown rifle.

At the climax, during the scene where a cop says "POLICE! DOWN ON THE GROUND!" after the line "Hope you like the taste of prison food, and penis.", An ESU officer gets into view on the left carrying an unidentified rifle or shotgun. Please help identify it and put a picture of it on the main page of the Other Guys.--Gunnerboy (talk) 21:36, 4 May 2013 (EDT)

It's an M4, just like the ones already on the page. --Ben41 (talk) 17:33, 5 May 2013 (EDT)

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