Talk:Walking Dead, The - Season 8
Season 8 Webisodes "Red Machete"
The following weapons were used in the 5-part webisode series entitled "Red Machete":
An M1 Garand is carried by Mandy's father.
A Zastava M70AB2 is a personal weapon of a Claimer.
Smith & Wesson SW1911SC E-Series
12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun
Two 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun variants is among the weapons stocked by the Saviors.
Please help ID
Plese help to id that shotgun. At first I thought it was a Mossberg 500 with ext mag tube, but in still it is possible to consider in more detail the trigger group and now I have a suspicion that it is a Winchester 1300 I would like to know Your opinion.
The Walking Dead "Red Machete"
Full Auto Springfield Armory M1A SOCOM 16
Just wanted to point out that the M1A SOCOM 16 fired by the bearded caucasian Savior in Season 8 seems to be firing in full-auto. I'd assume that this is an oversight on the part of the post-production "add the sound effects and muzzle flashes" people, but I just wanted to mention it.
There are a few wrong AR IDs on this page. Firstly, the DDM4 and HK416 with SMR are the exact same gun. As for what it really is, it isn't an HK416 with an SMR as it is Keymod, and it looks like the top rail isn't high enough to be a 416. It might be a model of DD gun (not the one pictured as that has rails rather than Keymod), but from the two available images none of the distinguishing parts of the gun that would ID it as a DDM4 are visible. As for the second gun in the HK416 section, it is a gas rather than piston gun so not an HK416 either (broadly speaking it is an M16A4 type gun with a low profile gas block and collapsible stock and is probably a custom build). The AR-15 with the three pronged flash hider appears to be a Colt LE carbine, in fact it appears to be the exact same gun listed at the bottom of the LE carbine section just with a different sight. --commando552 (talk) 17:40, 13 December 2017 (EST)
In the preview scenes for episode 10, the handle on Carl's Beretta seem really short. Was there a version of the 92 with shortened grips that the armourer of the show could've accidently used? Or is it just a perspective illusion as Andrew Lincoln is a lot more muscular than Chandler Riggs and because we only see Rick handling the pistol at an angle as he tucks into the small of his back? --Slemke1998 (talk) 08:25, 27 February 2018 (EST)
Looks like CGI muzzle flashes are becoming the norm
In the past several episodes, the vast majority of muzzle flashes have been CGI with very little blank firing. I know mime-firing and CQI are usually done when filming in close quarters for safety reasons, but even in outdoor scenes such as the militia's assault on the Sanctuary, mime-firing and CGI were prevalent. It's really disappointing. Spartan198 (talk) 21:59, 1 April 2018 (EDT)