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Tick Tock

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Tick Tock (2000)

Tick Tock is an indie thriller directed by Kevin Tenney and starred Megan Ward, Linden Ashby, Kristin Minter, and John Ratzenberger. Despite premiering at the 2000 Toronto Film Festival, it did not garner a theatrical release and went straight to video in 2001. The title was changed a few times, sometimes to "A Friendship to Die for" on cable channels like HBO and on non premium channels like "Lifetime" (with all of the R-rated material edited out).
The following guns were used in the film:

Colt Detective Special

A First generation Colt Detective Special (with a square butt, not the rounded butt) features prominently in the film. It is the carry piece used by Clay Fairfield (John Ratzenberger) and is used by both Carla (Kristin Minter) and Rachel (Megan Ward).

Colt Detective Special 1st Generation (this model has a rounded butt) - .38 Special
Clay Fairfield (John Ratzenberger) cleans his First generation Colt Detective Special
Carla (Kristin Minter) double checks the First generation Colt Detective Special
Carla (Kristin Minter) point her Colt Detective Special at Travis Brewer.
Closeup of the Colt Detective Special held by Rachel (Megan Ward)
Rachel (Megan Ward) points her First generation Colt Detective Special. One cas see it holds 6 shots.

Single Action Army

A Nickel plated Single Action Army is used by Travis Brewer (Linden Ashby) and then later used by Rachel (Megan Ward).

Single Action Army (Cimarron copy of the Colt) Nickel Finish - .45 Long Colt
Sensing a doublecross, Travis Brewer (Linden Ashby) points his Nickel Single Action Army at both Carla (Kristin Minter) and Rachel (Megan Ward)
Travis Brewer (Linden Ashby) is forced to hand off his revolver to Rachel
Rachel (Megan Ward) now has the Single Action Army, but she doesn't know how to use it (note that the hammer is down).

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