This guy is so annoying. He has about a million movies and they're all the same mindless crap. I'd apprieciate his liking for 1911s if he actually knew something about them. If Under Seige was one of his best, I can only imagine what other atrocities he's released with his name slapped on the cover. -GM
- Harsh...though somewhat true
- He has to pay the bills somehow-18.104.22.168 05:19, 25 June 2009 (UTC) (S&Wshooter)
It's my understanding that Segal is actually a very good shooter and proficient with the 1911 pistol series. Just a bunch of hype? --Jcordell 03:24, 25 March 2010 (UTC)
- I don't think it's hype... as an ex-bodyguard and present reserve deputy sheriff who carries a 1911 (and owns several) I imagine he's made sure he's reasonably proficient.
He shot a match out from 10 feet away and told some cops to do the same Excalibur01 14:25, 30 June 2010 (UTC)
Thief (1981) & Seagal
I noticed the similarities between James Caan in Thief and Steven Seagal. I think Seagal learnt his weapons training from the same guy who taught Caan. Seagal has a unique way of doing brass checks in all his films and also how he grips his handguns.
- That is the standard way of doing a brass check with a GI guide rod 1911, not really unique. --commando552 17:36, 3 August 2012 (CDT)
- It was the taught method until the mid 90s if I remember correctly. --cool-breeze 17:54, 3 August 2012 (CDT)