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Talk:Death to Smoochy

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Somebody is making this film, hell yeah!--Dillinger 23:10, 16 May 2012 (CDT)

Weapon IDs

This page could use a bit of a once-over - In terms of IDs, the Benelli shotgun appears to be a semiauto gun, probably an M1 Super 90, rather than the dual-action M3. The M16A1 appears to be fitted with A2 handguards and might have an A1E1 upper with the brass deflector (hard to tell at that distance and angle, though). The Colt SMG can't be positively confirmed as we don't see the magazine - There are 5.56 chambered ARs that have barrels that short (X-Files is an example that immediately comes to mind). Also, the notation on the screencap for the P228 says it was never FBI-issue - I believe it actually was, though more as secondary issue and not standard. StanTheMan (talk) 19:16, 22 February 2015 (EST)

If you think it's wrong, you're free to change it. As for the short-barreled Colt, there's no way to tell without watching the film again. --Funkychinaman (talk) 19:32, 22 February 2015 (EST)
Well, at times I'll make a notice/discussion on the talk page before I make certain edits, and see if anyone agrees/disagrees and so forth. Especially if I'm not too sure or would like a second opinion on stuff. Also, Williams' S&W appears to be an older model given the flat-style cylinder latch (I had thought for a second that it might've been a Charter Arms) - So I'll add the other Model 36 image and make note of that. StanTheMan (talk) 19:45, 22 February 2015 (EST)
Is it necessary to denote stainless SP101? I don't think they come any other way. --Funkychinaman (talk) 20:59, 22 February 2015 (EST)
Though stainless versions are the most commonly seen (and indeed the only ones we have gun images of), there are indeed blued SP101s - an example here. StanTheMan (talk) 21:53, 22 February 2015 (EST)
Is that a real gun in that scene? It looks like there's a seam in the front, which means it might be a replica. From what I can tell, Ruger never made a non-stainless SP101, so any blued SP101 have to be custom jobs. --Funkychinaman (talk) 11:25, 23 February 2015 (EST)

In that scene, seems not, however there was a firing gun throughout the episode, but even that could still possibly be a prop though (CM is on Netflix, I'll make a note to recheck that episode when I get a free minute - In fact I had wanted to get some extra caps from that show anyway). That said, I know I've seen blued SP101s elsewhere, but I admit I can't speak with any certainty as to blued variants ever being a factory option or not though. The ones I've seen looked real well-done so they probably are custom jobs come to think of it. In any event, even if it is redundancy (which I'm prone to at times), it can be done away with, though I also don't see what it hurts to leave it. Either way though. StanTheMan (talk) 12:43, 23 February 2015 (EST)

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