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Unknown 9mm pocket pistol

This is a Jennings .22 pistol. I know that this is correct because the markings on the slide as well as the mag release button and everything else match my Jennings exactly. ( columbushigh)

In the scene where the street hustler Booty (Anthony Mackie) is selling a gun to a plus-sized street girl, he describes it as a "nickel plated ladysmith nine mary-mary". According to that dialogue, "nine mary-mary" is slang for 9mm. It is not a Walther PPK/TPH, because they are not made in 9mm. It is quite possibly an AMT Backup, but there is only a brief shot of the gun.

The PPK is made in .380, or 9mm Short. Also, just because the actor states the gun is a certain caliber doesn't mean the prop weapon is actually that caliber.
Actually looks like a Davis Industries 380. They were produced on .380 ACP and .32 ACP. One of those cheap pot metal Saturday Night Specials
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The Unidentified pistol looks like a Lorcin to me.GaBoy45 04:03, 27 December 2010 (UTC)

Lorcin L380 - .380 ACP
Davis 380

It's a Davis since the mag release is at the bottom, you can also tell by the trigger guard shape. I think the full name is Davis Industries Model P-380 It's also made in the .32acp, see Hard Boiled but because of the size I would go with .380. --Predator20 22:33, 17 January 2011 (UTC)


It's not a Jennings pistol? The mag release button of the Davis doesn't resemble the one in the screenshot. --Ben41 22:40, 17 January 2011 (UTC)

It is a Jennings, didn't even think about those piles, the Jennings has a slight under cut trigger guard which the Davis doesn't have. The Lorcin has an extreme under cut. --Predator20 22:42, 17 January 2011 (UTC)

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