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Talk:Silver Bullet

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I'm not sure that is a S&W 27, it does not appear that the ejector rod is shrouded. --Funkychinaman (talk) 16:00, 15 December 2014 (EST)

I guess that SW 27 is a Smith & Wesson Model 14 while SW 25 is a Smith & Wesson Model 66. Greg-Z (talk) 16:35, 15 December 2014 (EST)

S&W Model 29

The side shot shows the frame and cylinder are, in relation to the trigger guard, not nearly big enough to be an N-frame (it's quite evident if you compare them together). I think this is a K-frame Model 66 as suggested above, and intend to change it, unless anyone objects. StanTheMan (talk) 00:44, 20 March 2015 (EDT)

Looking at it again, I think the Model 66 is actually a stand-in gun when Haim fires it, Busey definitely looks like he is wielding an N-frame (which is likely a Model 29, since it seems to have a bull barrel). If you look close, you can also tell the differing grips between the two as well, which, again if you compare, match the respective guns. Anyone agree/disagree with any of this? StanTheMan (talk) 00:48, 20 March 2015 (EDT)
Just watched it, backed up a few times. I agree entirely with this logic. It suddenly becomes a 66 every time Haim has it, both loading and then the firing. Presumably, as said, because he's a kid and could not safely or convincingly handle the 29. Shoobe01 (talk) 18:54, 11 February 2018 (EST)

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