In the shootout scene at the Kenyan lodge, one of Fantom's men uses a C/96 Mauser pistol when trying to assassinate Quartermain. Quartermain uses a .455 Webley revolver, and his rifle "Matilda" is a type known as the Express Rifle.
British soldiers (including Fantom's men dressed as fake British soldiers) use Short Magazine Lee Enfield Mk. I rifles. Fantom's second-in-command also carries a .455 Webley revolver in the scene where Fantom's men (disguised as British soldiers) attack the Zeppelin facility in Berlin.
Captain Nemo's pistol is a product of Hollywood fiction. It's an outer casing intended to change appearance, and the basis is a Tokarev TT-33 pistol.
Captain Nemo's men carry modified STEN submachineguns. This one is interesting, as the STEN didn't enter production until 1941, so one would've thought that an outer casing would've been used to disguise the weapons' appearance.
The automatic rifles used by Fantom's henchmen are a custom outer shell, wrapped over either AK-type rifles, Thompson submachineguns, or Uzi submachineguns.
Agent Sawyer wields two Winchester Model 1873 rifles and two Colt New Army revolvers.
The character of Dorian appears to have a long barreled artillery model P08 Luger.
There's a double barreled shotgun of an unidentified type used in the hunting lodge shootout scene, as well.
Young guns or young guns 2. That's not exactly how it goes either
"Drums Along the Mohawk" (1939) was filmed in color.
This sounds like a Tom Selleck movie "Quigley Down Under" Sharp shooter with a special rifle who travels to Australia to work for a rancher "Alan Rickman".
The hand slap giving by "the old man that knows all about guns" (in the movie), to the FBI agent after he hands him the red book. I believe "the old man" was feeling his palm to some how see if he was a marksman. Body builders develop callus, Maybe someone who shoots guns all the time may develops some sort of callus from repetition.
No. The Shiny Toy Guns are a band. No. The Shiny Toy Guns are a band.
Gentlemen with Guns - 1946 is rated/received certificates of: USA:Approved (PCA #11433)
Gentlemen with Guns - 1946 was released on: USA: 27 March 1946 West Germany: 1959
guns that kill you with bullets
if its a youtube movie and it doesent need to look absolutely real, than a dollar store. if it needs to look absolutly real you can specially order them off the internet
It lasted 158 minutes.
Yes he is. Most people think just his brother is in that movie, but Charlie sheen actually stars in young guns with his brother:) great movie btw ;)
Sometimes. They'll often use real guns refitted with blank barrels. Guns in a movie set which aren't fired may not be real, however.