Haha! No, they didnt.
@Kelly - At least there’s that going for them! The only thing that would drive me more crazy is someone asking “You got any clips for a Glock 9?”
@Nathan right?! Even worse: “got any bangers for that 9mm?” Or “beams” instead of laser.
“Its an 88 magnum. It goes through armor. Through the victim. Through the wall. Through the tree outside…” -Danny Vermin from Johnny Dangerously
That is pretty funny, but they were belt fed guns.
Foster Origin 12…One of my favorites!!!
45/110 Sharps from Quigley Down Under. Loved the long range shots with the Sharps, and also the shootout at the end where he uses the Colt “said I didn’t like ‘em, never said I didn’t know how to use ‘em”
I have to agree with many of the choices put forth by yall already…
- The Pulse rifle from Aliens
- Hans Solo’s blaster from Star Wars
But, I must add John Wick’s pistols from the John Wick trilogy.
The Le Mat revolver is pretty cool. .42 caliber pinfire cartidge with a 20 gauge tube below capable of firing buckshot.
Not so much movie as civil war, used by J.E.B.Stuart and other Confederate officers.
@Dawn is probably going to remove it. But I laughed mt a** off when I saw this thing.
I blurred the picture, people can click on it if they’d like. It’s a PG-13 video. ~Dawn
This was actually used in a second movie although I dont remember the name of it.
So I made a slight tweak to your post so that anyone who doesn’t want to see it doesn’t have to.
Almost a Movie Gun; it was considered for the original Star Trek TV series.
Patented in the early 60’s by MB Associates, the GYROJET pistol (also available as a carbine) fired rocket-propelled projectiles. The barrel was actually just a smooth bore tube, the projectiles achieving their stabilizing spin by means of either expanding fins or angled exhaust ports on the base.
Muzzle velocity was about 100 fps, climbing to +/-1250 fps at about 100 feet, after which it dropped off quickly. The fuel burned in about 1/10th of a second and was nearly silent, producing a small hissing sound.
Even though it saw some service in Vietnam, the weapons were highly unsuccessful. A quick web search will turn up several articles as well as some videos on youtube.
But…a rocket gun…how cool is that!
dude, you got “rocket gun” and “star trek” into the same post … YOU WIN!
Thank you. One does what one may.
Quigley Down Under
Matthew Quigley (Tom Selleck) uses a Shiloh Sharps 1874 Long Range rifle with a 34" barrel (4" longer than a standard 30" barrel) converted to fire a .45-110 metallic cartridge with a 540 grain paper-patch bullet. It has double set triggers, and is fitted with a ladder-elevated Vernier peep sight and a Globe front sight. Additionally, there is some excellent gun dialogue, seldom seen in many movies.
My geek is really going to show on this one…
It’s Mal’s gun from Firefly.
OK, you got me there. Anything Firefly is cool by definition. How about Jane’s big rifle?