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Talk:El Mariachi

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Please someone can get this movie and complete this page, sadly i can't, i already saw this movie and is great, trully one of Rodriguez greatest flicks ever. Dillinger

Dillinger, Kudos to your hard work, but IMFDB requires that screencaps remove the black bars above and below a widescreen capture. MoviePropMaster2008 04:42, 5 January 2010 (UTC)

Sorrry i will try to fix that. By the way, prop master in which movies have you helped Dillinger

Azul's bolt action

If you zoom in on the gun's action, the length of the ejection port reminds me of several bolt-action .410 shotguns I have seen over the years. But I would only edit the article if there were confirmation from someone connected to the crew or if there was a positive match of the action to a catalogued production gun. Also I noticed what appears to be a sawed-off air rifle. What use would a criminal have for that? One of the Watergate burglars said he used an air gun to quietly take out security lights so he could make surreptitious entry of a building. -- Carl N. Brown (talk) 06:27, 4 September 2017 (EDT)

Robert Rodriguez did the movie on a microscopic budget, which included air guns and water guns in place of real ones. An air rifle would probably have been standing in for a real gun. Chitoryu12 (talk)

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