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Good Day for It

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Good Day For It (2011)

Good Day for It is a 2011 independent drama written and directed by Nick Stagliano and starring Robert Patrick, Lance Henriksen, Joe Flanigan, Hal Holbrook, and Samantha Mathis.

The following weapons were used in the film Good Day for It:

Colt Trooper 1st Edition

Luke Cain (Robert Patrick) carries a Colt Trooper 1st Edition. It is distinctive because of its towering ramp front sight and exposed ejector rod.

Colt Trooper - .357 magnum.
Luke checks his Colt Trooper.
The Colt style cylinder release and target sights can be seen here.
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The film doesn't really explain how Luke's revolver got down there.
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Walther PPK

Lyle Tyrus (Lance Henriksen) carries a Walther PPK, though he misidentifies it in the film as a "Beretta Bobcat .25 caliber, 8-shot." This could have been deliberate on his character's part, however, so as to mislead Luke into underestimating the weapon he was facing.

Walther PPK - 9mm Kurz aka .380 ACP
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Lyle dramatically chambers a round in his PPK.
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Lyle fires his PPK several times while struggling with Luke. It's clear that there were several takes as the hammer is down in several shots when it should be cocked.


Wayne Jackson (Robert Englund) is seen with an M1911A1 early in the film. Norman Tyrus (Richard Brake) and Dale Acton (Christian Kane) carry them during the shootout.

World War II issued Colt M1911A1 Pistol - .45 ACP
A Parkerized M1911A1 in the glove compartment. The M1911 in this scene is a Japanese made replica, the "01-300."
Wayne with the M1911A1 from the glove compartment.
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Single Action Army

Deputy Doug Brady (Joe Flanigan) carries a Colt Single Action Army.

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Slightly clearer picture showing the blade front sight, thus proving it to not be a Ruger Blackhawk.
Flanigan and his SAA.

Colt Detective Special

Wayne carries a 1st gen Colt Detective Special during the shootout.

Colt Detective Special 1st Gen - .38 Special
Wayne's DS in his belt.
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