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Talk:Blue Streak

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Didn't get to all the guns just yet (there are a few shotguns I'm trying to ID, plus an AR-model carbine with a Cobray CM203 used by a SWAT officer). I'll get to those a bit later. -MT2008 01:15, 16 August 2009 (UTC)

It's a wonder why gangster's still fire weapons "gangster style". Don't they realize that it is incredibly inaccurate? The sights are there for a reason. I guess its why so many drive-by shootings are unsuccessful because they constantly fail to hit the target. Granted I'm only complaining about them using this technique in movies. Obviously in real life, gangsters being terrible shooters is a good thing. -Gunman69 03:41, 16 August 2009 (UTC)
OK, estoy lo terminado. As for the "gangsta" grip, I have no idea if they still do that in real life. Those guys may be illiterate junior high dropouts, but I'm pretty sure they learn pretty quickly not to do that in real life. Not that I would mind if they didn't, but it's hard for me to imagine. -MT2008 19:50, 16 August 2009 (UTC)
Gangsters fired like that in the early 1990s when gangsta rap came into the music scene. I'm sure the "Gangsta" gangs still fire that way.-Oliveira 19:57, 16 August 2009 (UTC)
No such thing as a bad shooting grip only a bad gun xD http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v330/7six2/homeboy_night_sights.jpg--FIVETWOSEVEN 03:17, 29 December 2010 (UTC)

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The page seems to be locked even though I am logged in. I wanted to insert a spoiler warning at the top but I can't because the page is locked. --AdAstra2009 04:47, 21 December 2009 (UTC)


I'm pretty sure at least one of the guns in the hands of the Mexican border guards is an actual A2, or at least has an A2-style select-fire/trigger group - One of the officers fires his rifle in 3 round bursts (not full-auto) in some shots. StanTheMan 19:22, 15 August 2010 (UTC)

- Bah, can't believe I didn't see it before - The second screencap very clearly shows a three-position fire-selector, meaning these guns are A2s, or at the very least, have actual A2 trigger-groups/lower receivers. StanTheMan 01:08, 14 September 2010 (UTC)

Peter Greene

Even though he uses one hand, Peter Greene seems to have a good grip on his Browning Hi-Power and Glock 17. It almost seems out of place for an actor of his fame to have good handling of Guns.

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