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One of the images with Ms. Scarlet holding the revolver provides a great shot of the weapons bore which seems far too big to be a .22 -Anonymous

It seems small enough to be .22 for me. Also, Yvette has some pretty big breasts, don't she?--Oliveira 21:21, 11 November 2009 (UTC)
Why yes, she does :)-S&Wshooter 21:37, 11 November 2009 (UTC)

Miss Scarlett aims the revolver at Col. Mustard.

This does not look like a .22 to me. -Anonymous


Didn't the FBI carry the Colt Official Police revolver in this era rather than the S&W Model 10? I'm not saying the identification is wrong since the film is probably not accruate, I'm just curious as to what the FBI actually issued during this period. -Anonymous

According to http://worldinventory.googlepages.com/pw_federal the FBI carried the Colt Official Police from 1938-1984 and concurrently the S&W Model 10 from 1950-1991. So, my best guess is that agents between 1950 and 1984 could choose which one to carry. The site also lists the Colt .38 Super Automatic pistol and the S&W .357 Magnum as possible weapons carried during this time. - Speakeasy804 00:04, 12 November 2009 (UTC)

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