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Talk:China O'Brien

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As requested, I took a gander here. Barring any better shot I'd stick with the M16A1 ID. The carbine in most of the caps does looks to be a straight up commercial CAR-15 given the full A1 receiver and length and width (or lack thereof) of the 'faux moderator' flash hider barrel. The one in the first cap looks to have have a longer barrel and shorter 'faux' moderator than an actual CAR-15 though, this is probably another commercial variant so modified as a mock Commando as seen in other films. Of course, tough to tell with the angle there. That first revolver in the Model 15 section I think is more a Colt given what appears to be the full underlug and shape of the grips. Again, tough to tell though. The last cap in the Model 67 shows a revolver with a shrouded ejector lug which means this is actually a Model 66 or (perhaps more possibly) a nickel Model 19. StanTheMan (talk) 15:16, 24 December 2016 (EST)

Thanks a lot! So, I was right with the commercial CAR-15. What concerns revolvers, you are absolutely right about the gun of slain kid, it's not a Model 15. The last image in Model 67 entry must be the same gun that is seen on previous shot, according to the story, but this film have so many continuity errors that it really may switch to a different gun. Greg-Z (talk) 15:35, 24 December 2016 (EST)

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