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Fox's car

For those that want to know, the car that Fox uses during the big car chase at the beginning of the film is a Dodge Viper SRT-10 Coupe. The version seen in film is from the 2006 model year (noted as such because of the smaller hood vents), which has an 8.3 liter OHV V-10 engine with an output of about 510 hp.

Here's some images from the film:

Illinois plates?
That's not Angelina Jolie!
Not the safest way to drive.
When the car lands this jump, it pretty much breaks in half, although it is somehow still drivable in the next scene.
When she pulls out, the rear bumper falls off.

My Birthday

This movie came out on my birthday. No big deal but I thought it was cool. - Gunmaster45

I had one of my favorite shows come out on my birthday Justified-Simmons 8492


Good thing I avoided looking at this page before I saw the film. There are WAY TO MANY spoilers on this page. Excellent work on the page but the descriptions don't have to reveal so much about the twists of the plot to explain the guns. I am making changes now that I have seen this film. MoviePropMaster2008 06:10, 18 February 2009 (UTC)

"Brown Bess"

Yeah, as was suggested the "Brown Bess" isn't one at all, it's a German Schetzen rifle. They were pretty much all hand-made so it's impossible to identify it more than that. Unusual to see one with a flintlock though, they were almost always precussion or early breech loaders. That and their rarity / expense makes me guess it's probably a mock up.

Anyone else notice...

wesley has a "meh" two handed grip (almost a cup and saucer) in the first pic of him training with the USP compact, then his left hand is a little higher, then finally on top of the train he has an excellent two handed grip. I can't remember what it is called when the hand is positioned like that. Also notice how on the website for the film they have no problem accurately naming the custom Safari arms matchmaster, but in the film the custom beretta 92fs is called an "inimashi 17". Is it possible "inimashi 17" is simply what Mr.X called his personal 92fs or maybe sloane? Maybe the fraternity specially modifies berettas or other weapons and inimashi 17 is their designation? the latter seems slightly more possible as special weapons such as flintlock weapons with magazines attached to them appear to be issued to certain members.

A two layered hand grip is usually called the "weaver" technique, but if both arms are locked extended it's focus combat shooting style. - Gunmaster45

Screen Used Beretta

The propstore shows a screen used beretta similar to McAvoy main weapon. But this is not the same Beretta 92 of the popular scenes, it's a normal Beretta 92FS. Note the grips with the space for the old relase button system. - Charly Driver

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Probably a secondary stand in weapon. It has the fingerstep triggerguard which the one in the movie does not. What sucks is that these get sold so fast to private collectors that I can't just fly out to London and photograph all of them before they disappear. I still think IMFDB's shots are better than theirs (but I can't say that lest I piss off their photographers ;) ) MPM2008

Does anyone know what type of compensator is used on the Beretta? --Taurus96 02:48, 18 December 2011 (CST)

Does anyone know who the producers used to create the grips for the Beretta and the Safari Arms? --Ronin2296 23:07, 23 November 2012 (EST)

Fox's Jericho 941

The Jericho in which Fox uses in the movie during the car chase does have a rail on the underside of the barrel.

Why even have a custom gun?

So Angelina is a South paw, which makes her characters left hand shooters as well. So, since this movie is all about these badass custom guns don't you think they could at least take 5 minutes out of production to add a ambi-saftey on that beautiful safari arms?--Spades of Columbia 14:33, 16 July 2010 (UTC)

Magial Browning Hi-Power

Wesley draws two Browning Hi-Power under the truck, and he runs with them when the rats explode, but after he jumps through the windows, they transform in two berettas.

Side Loaders

I can not find anything like the side-loading pistols in this movie, are these even based off of legitamate pistols ot are they just complete fabrications

Screen Used Flintlock Pistol


This is the Flintlock Pistol seen on the table in the armory. I found this on yourprops.com.

Compensator on Matchmaster

In the text box on one of the images of Fox's Safari Arms Matchmaster it describes her compensator being such that it would blind her in low light. Why would that compensator versus any other design blind in low light, and wouldn't almost any not reduced flash powder blind in low light? Sorry if this sounds like a simple question, just trying to understand? --Rebusdi 09:08, 5 June 2012 (CDT)

Compensators direct gas straight up to reduce recoil and allow for faster follow up shots. In normal light this is not a problem, but when it is dark the gas being directed straight up and the amount of flash the user views is greatly increased thus blinding them more than a non-compensated gun would, which directs the gas (and thus the flash) straight out of the end of the barrel. Dover500 15:14, 5 June 2012 (CDT)
Thanks for your response. I understand the function and operation of a compensator, what I am really questioning is whether this specific design of compensator would be any more blinding than any other? If not, isn't the text below the picture a little misleading? --Rebusdi 18:19, 7 June 2012 (CDT)
It'd be more blinding because of the flash going up. If you were to be aiming down the sights and firing multiple times, you'd be staring directly at the flash. --Jazxsora 18:15, 13 June 2012 (EST)

S&W Model 3, not Schofield

Looking at the very last picture for this category, it shows that the revolver in question has the lockup similar to the original S&W Model 3 and not the Schofield. The Model 3 latch was connected to the top half of the revolver while the Schofield latch was connected to the fram itself. If you look closely at the picture showing the actor attempting to close the revolver, you see that the latch pivots off the topstrap like a Model 3 and not off the frame like the Schofield.--ODnick717 (talk) 18:36, 3 December 2014 (EST)

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