Please stop making contributions on actor's pages saying that they used a firearm in a film when they didn't. Just because an actor's name was mentioned in an article doesn't mean that they used a firearm in that film. If you can show me an example of when an actor DID use the gun that you specified (example: Andy Garcia using a Colt New Service in Hoodlum and a Beretta 92FS in Ocean's Eleven), it will be allowed, but it seems as though you are just adding a line to the actor's page just to show that they were in a film. SInce we are not IMDB, we do not have to list every film an actor was in on their page if they did not se a firearm in it. - Speakeasy804 09:20, 5 December 2009 (UTC)
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