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In the Line of Fire Assassin Gun John Malkovich

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Published on Apr 24, 2013

Resin prop replica of the composite gun made by John Malkovich (Mitch Leary) in the movie, In the Line of Fire. Leary creates this plastic gun to slip past security into a re-election campaign dinner for the President of the United States. Malkovich faces off against the Secret Service agent assigned to protect the president, Frank Horrigan (Clint Eastwood). When at the hotel where the President is staying, Leary assembles the weapon under the party table, and had previously hidden the ammunition in a rabbit's foot keychain, and the springs in a pen. The gun is a double barrel, single action weapon, and has working trigger action (does not fire rounds). Each barrel is manually cocked by the levers at the top of the weapon, and the gun also disassembles into several sections.

How the trigger action works:
Just like in the movie, the firing pin is pulled back by the dowel, then the dowel is pressed down to lock the firing pin. When the trigger is pulled, it pushes up on the dowel until the dowel becomes free, allowing the spring to push the pin forward.

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