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Talk:Miami Vice - Season 3

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Beretta Cheetah or Model 70?

I think that the Beretta pistol used in the episode "heroes of the revolution" is not a "Cheetah", but a single-action model 70 (the 2nd scan seems to show a model 70, with the single action trigger, and the extension for the little finger in the magazine). I've modified accordingly the page. However I don't have here the DVD of this episode, so I might be making a mistake. Can anyone confirm that the gun is, actually, a model 70? Rafa

I can view the episode again and take a better took. edit: I'm thinking anytime a suppressor was used they used the Model 70. Because the barrel is flush on the Cheetah, not on the Model 70. So good call. --Predator20 16:24, 16 November 2009 (UTC)
season 2, it's hard to tell with the shadowing but it looks like a single action trigger
season 3, barrel sticks out.

Bushmaster XM 15 "V-Match"

Though I know Bushmaster has been around for decades was this model even in existence in the 1980s? I thought Bushmaster did not come out with their Disspiator line of weapons until sometime in the 1990s. --Charon68 22:06, 8 December 2010 (UTC)

The Cuban rebels use Crosman AR-17 .177 pellet rifles, not the Armscor M16-22 (M1600).

Red Tape

Watching the episode today i saw the gun Diaz's partner pullled before trying to enter the room at the beginning of the episode and it looked to me like a SIG (either the P220 or P226, though part of me thinks P226 due to the episode being made in 1987) and i have no way to screencap it (same issue with my Colt Trooper edit) so if anyone has season 3 on DVD and wants to review the episodes just to be sure.

- Actually it is a SIG-Saur P226 in blued finish. The characters name is Detective Eddie Trumbull and he is played (briefly) by actor Viggo Mortensen.

Borrowed footage

Some of the Nicaraguan footage in "Stone's War" was actually borrowed from the film Latino. --Btgr (talk) 16:16, 29 May 2013 (EDT)

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