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From Internet Movie Firearms Database - Guns in Movies, TV and Video Games
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If you're creating a new page for a Mortar make sure to add:
to the page so that it will be listed here.

It should be noted that since a functional mortar is a Destructive Device under US law and it is very hard to acquire one, most mortars in live-action productions not seen in stock footage (particularly any that are modern or "fired" on-screen) are likely to be metal tubes rigged with pyro charges fitted with real mortar accessories such as stands and baseplates.


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