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Goldeneye 007 Screenshots

Thanks a lot for contributing screenshots for the Goldeneye 007 page, I really appreciate it. How are you getting your screenshots, by the way? Do you have a ROM of the game or something? Keep up the good work. Orca1 9904 00:31, 22 February 2009 (UTC)

  • I dounloaded a rom for this, I remember were most were (used to play this a lot) Sci Fi Gunner 02:39, 25 February 2009 (UTC)
  • Do you think you could get a screenshot of the Walther PPK in-game without the silencer, and one of the camouflaged twin Minigun turrets for the Janus base in Cuba? Orca1 9904 02:24, 12 April 2009 (UTC)


I removed them because the Dragon/SuperDragon look nothing like G36/AG36 and they are not based of them either(maybe in PdZero but the article I edited was for Perfect Dark 64, not Perfect Dark Zero) -User:AdAstra2009


Thanks for the updates and screencaps, but why did you remove the Episode and season identifiers of some of the entries? Like the AUG for one? MPM2008

The wrong episode was listed. I removed it, forgetting what the right one was I was going to put the correct one back later and forgot to. I fixed it. Sci Fi Gunner 00:54, 15 March 2009 (UTC)

Mystery gun

It appears to be a nickel plated S&W Model 36, note the flat latch, not present on the later models. I don't know if the Model 60 (the stainless steel version of the Model 36) had a flat latch or not, but the flat latch is definitely that of a Model 36 revolver. You can have a satin nickel version of the Model 36, the name only changes when the gun is made of Stainless Steel, whereas it is called the Model 60. The only sticking point is that I am not sure the Model 60 ever came with that latch. So my first guess is Satin Nickel Model 36. The grips are not original S&W but later version S&W grips for the J frame (not the original Diamond grips that came with the early Mod 36 revolvers). Hope this helps MoviePropMaster2008 01:33, 15 June 2009 (UTC)

I'm back briefly

Just dealing with a bunch of Indies who want guns... And as you well know, sometimes the production has no idea what they want ... and when they want it. Ugh! But I'm slammed with work so if you send me any messages, I apologize for not responding in a timely manner. best regards MoviePropMaster2008 04:14, 14 July 2009 (UTC)


In the message you sent to Matt, the gun in the images appears to be an RPD light machine gun. - Gunmaster45

Sea Patrol weapon

As Oliveria pointed out (however rudely), it is an RPD. Hard to tell whether it's a genuine Russian example or not, but I'd guess it's most likely a Chinese copy. Also:

SP AK2.png

This weapon is a Chinese Type 56 copy of an AK-47, not an original AK-47. The other one on the page seems to be a real AK-47, though. -MT2008

RE: Is Seven Days on the air again?

I don't think so, but I'm not sure. These screenshots came from AVI files that someone else uploaded after taping the episodes while they were on Spike, and that could have been years ago, for all I know. -MT2008 13:53, 29 August 2009 (UTC)

Space Above and Beyond

I put a note about not putting links in the gun titles for the sections on the discussion page. I am really looking forward to your screencaps of this show. I am meeting with a bunch of the props guys for the show and are supposed to get photos of the sci fi weapons from the show. I will let you know as soon as I get them :) !!!! MoviePropMaster2008 02:11, 27 October 2009 (UTC)

PNG's into JPG's

I noticed that when you had originally uploaded screenshots for seaQuest DSV and Sea Patrol, they were as PNG's. It's been found that PNG's cause the pages to load very slowly (because they're not compressed files). Could you please reupload your PNG pics for these shows as JPG's? There are variety of programs to convert, but I've found that Fast Stone Image Viewer is the best for batch converting. Some of them have already been converted, so check the edit page to see which ones need to redone. Thanks. --Ben41 01:32, 21 February 2011 (UTC)

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