Colt MkIV Series 70
Bore diameter looks to be a 9mm, not a .45, can anyone confirm
In the pic above, it looks like it. 9mm 1911's were more reliable with blanks than the .45 at the time. --Predator20 15:23, 4 July 2010 (UTC)
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It might be a S&W Model 64. Or a Smith & Wesson Model 13
also just as a note there looks to be some type of sub-machine gun in the bag to maybe a ww2 era??
Anyone know where to find one of those giant hanging 1911's in the background of the scene of the surplus store (when he first walks in...)???
If Foster worked as a defense engineer, shouldn't he have known how to operate the M72 LAW? I understand it was for comedic effect, but still... - User:1morey June 6, 2011 10:00 PM (EST)
- He could've just been an office drone. I have a friend who helps build engines for Tomahawk cruise missiles, but she wouldn't know how to strip an M16. The bigger plot hole is why he didn't just read the instructions. Aren't they right on the tube? --Funkychinaman 21:07, 6 June 2012 (CDT)