Talk:From Paris With Love
I'm not familiar with this model of sig, but it looks to me like they chopped up the frame to make the gun fit in energy drink cans, and then glossed over Travolta re-assembling the gun in such a way as to not explain how the hell the grip goes back on.
Am I wrong? Is this how this model of sig put together? Is this correct or movie nonsense?--James3 01:32, 8 May 2011 (CDT)
- It's a custom job. - Mr. Wolf 14:14, 6 July 2011 (CDT)
he took off the screw on grip covers, then chopped the frame of the grip, then when he reassembled it the grip covers must have held it together.
Travolta look like a pimp.
Or a badass bald with bad temper User:Kliwher
Isn't Travolta holding the M136 AT-4 backwards in the photo? I might be wrong, so feel free to correct me.. :) --Warejaws 21:14, 3 March 2010 (UTC)
- The sights would be on the other side if he was holding it backwards, although it appears the plastic "jaws" inside the tube are missing. - Gunmaster45
- Thank you for the swift answer. LOL :) --Warejaws 14:13, 6 July 2011 (CDT)
A French Police officer and some of the Chinese thugs are seen with unidentified pistols.
I haven't seen the film. Whoever wrote about it in article, did you mean a Russian special pistol? Or Walther PPS maybe?
Looked like a Walther PP to me. Doesn't look at all like a Walther PPS, or the pistol above. --Crazycrankle 09:37, 8 March 2010 (UTC)
Ok in response to your claim on the Beretta PX4 storm. I remember that Johnathan Rhyse Meyers clearly states that he had a 9mm in the trunk (referring to the PX4 storm )
The Steyr pictured is the original Steyr M9. The weapon used in the film is the M-A1 version in the picture below.
Taurus PT handgun
I don't see the extension of the rear sight for adjustability, the giveaway of the PT99 model, so I'm switching it to the PT92. -- ZeoRanger5 00:17, 13 March 2011 (UTC)
Desert eagle calibre?
I havent seen the movie for a while, i was wondering does anybody know what calibre reese's desert eagle is? EoghanG93 19:13 gmt. 2nd november 2011.
- It looks like they used two different ones. In the first screenshot the barrel is fluted, making it a .357 or 44. In the second, it doesn't have them making it a .50AE. (or maybe it's the angle of the pic and it does have the flutes)--Predator20 16:24, 2 November 2011 (CDT)
- Actually, the Desert Eagle in the first pic doesn't have fluting (the lighting kinda makes it look like it does). So it's a .50AE, both pics are the same gun. - Mr. Wolf 17:51, 2 November 2011 (CDT)
The following poor quality screenshots were uploaded in November 2010 and therefore never appeared on the page.