How can you tell that all of those Glock 23s are Glock 23s and not Glock 19s? -Gunman69 20:47, 24 June 2009 (UTC)
- I don't know, bore-size, maybe. I didn't identify them, but I think that's how they did it. - TrueBeliever19 01:27, 6 March 2011 (UTC)
Does he look like a Bitch?
- For the record, neither AR-10s nor DPMS rifles have auto selectors. They are civilian rifles and can only be converted to full auto, yet you see the gun has an auto selector switch. So both these guns are ruled out. - Gunmaster45
Paulie's Hi Power is an FEG P9R. The Notice the hole in the hammer.
Billy's gun doesen't look like a Smith & Weson 4505. It looks more like a Non Gun beretta. Notice the bore is in the middle and not at the top or how you call it. User: Colt
You are absolutely right, it is that without a doubt, I'll change it when I get a chance.--Jackie.45Cal 14:52, 27 November 2010 (UTC)
This page is missing the gun that Patsy Parisi contemplates killing Tony with before urinating in his pool instead.
686 or Colt Python?
On the page, it shows a picture of Tony holding a revolver on Christopher. It's marked as a S&W 686 snub, but it sports a massive hammer, which i've only seen on Pythons. Anoyone else see it?--TheDon 15:48, 16 March 2011 (CDT)
The revolver that Uncle Junior uses to shoot Tony in the stomach is listed as both a Rossi 68 and a S&W 36. Which is it? --Funkychinaman 01:37, 28 December 2011 (CST)
Not Browning HP
The gun listed as a Browning HP used by Tony looks more like an FEG R9.
Splitting into Seasons
There are few pages on IMFDB that I didn't think need splitting, but I honestly think The Sopranos does. If someone has the time to though...
I'm nearly positive that the AR-10 seen in the latter episodes of Season 6 is actually this gun right here (and yes, I mean the particular weapon seen in this picture, not just an identical weapon):
All guns used in this show came from The Specialists, Ltd. in New York, so it makes sense that they used this particular rifle. Note that the accessory configuration matches almost exactly what Tony Soprano's "AR-10" uses, although in this image, the rifle has a C-MORE sight instead of an Aimpoint. However, I expect that they also mocked up an AR-15 variant of some kind (or possibly used a DPMS Panther LRT Mini SASS Sniper, which is the same gun in 5.56) for Episode 6.13 because the script called for Tony to fire it on full-auto. Or, the rifle may be a Panther LRT Mini-SASS upper on an existing full-auto lower with the Vltor stock and DPMS pistol grip added. -MT2008 (talk) 17:12, 28 December 2019 (EST)