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Talk:The Good Guys (2010)

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End of the series

I'm so sad that it was cancelled it was good and fun too see this type of show again.--Dillinger 00:35, 18 February 2011 (UTC)

I'm sad to see it end too, however I don't think that they could have ended it better. Definitely the best series finale I've seen in a long time. --cool-breeze 03:52, 1 July 2011 (CDT)

Agreed. I just hope that Fox or whoever is in charge of this sort of thing releases it on DVD. I would LOVE to have it, plus there are many more guns that need to be accounted for and screencapped ;)----JazzBlackBelt-- 09:57, 1 July 2011 (CDT)

Definitely. It needs a DVD release. A movie would be awesome too :D --cool-breeze 10:40, 1 July 2011 (CDT)

Makarov PM

I was wondering of all the choices why use a Makarov PM as Lt. Ruiz's gun this seems like a very odd choice for a cop and I highly doubt its standard issue for Dallas PD

Unidentified Shotgun

This is listed as Winchester 1912 shotgun, but not sure. Any ideas? --Ben41 19:33, 26 October 2011 (CDT)

TGG 2003.jpg

I'm not 100% sure, but I think it's a Remington Model 29 based on the barrel-to-magazine tube attachment and the shape of the forward part of the receiver. Travestytrav 02:02, 14 November 2011 (CST)

SIG P226 or Not?

In the episode "The Dim Knight", it is stated that Mr. Chen carries 2 SIG P226s, however, I noticed in one scene that he was holding a SIG that most definitely did not have the characteristic wider rear portion of the frame around the grip area to accomodate the double-stack magazine well that marks SIG P226s. It was definitely the flat-sided frame that marks it as a SIG P220. It could have also been the older P225, but it looked like a full-size frame rather than a compact, and it didn't have the oversize trigger guard that P225s have. The magazine also didn't appear to have the extended bump pad that protrudes below the base of pistol grip that modern P220 magazines have, but it could have been an older magazine, or it could have been one of the older P220s chambered in 9mm or a caliber other than .45 ACP. Travestytrav

The bore of the SIGs in the picture with Mr. Chen appear to be .45s when you look closely so they could be P220s. --cool-breeze 19:42, 12 November 2011 (CST)

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