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Published on Jul 31, 2015
Top 10 Guns used in Movies Top 10 Guns used in movies - From James Bond’s PPK to Dirty Harry’s Smith & Wesson, we feature the Top Ten guns used most commonly in cinema. This is an http://defendandcarry.com production. We showcase only real guns depicted in motion pictures on this list, and have scoured the Hollywood movie world to bring you the best of the best. Some modern-day films are best remembered by their guns, which is why we have made this detailed list of famous firearms that we see most commonly on TV and movies. What type of movie would Predator be with the absence of guns? How cool would Dirty Harry really be while lacking his signature weapon? Guns in action movies are so crucial to our favorite movies, so to not construct a video about guns in movies would just be illogical. When you hear the iconic Clint Eastwood line: “You feelin' lucky, Punk?”, it is nearly impossible not to subconsciously associate his 44 magnum Smith & Wesson iconic handgun. When you think of a mini-gun, almost immediately after thoughts of Arnold Schwarzenegger welding the gun in the movie “Predator” follow. We make sure to feature practically all of those iconic, memorable gun moments in movies within this video. Firearms have always played a big part in the cinema, whether it’s depicting realism, creating tension, or for just plain ridiculousness. When we say “Top 10 Guns in Movies”, that is not just a mere speculation, each of the guns mentioned were researched heavily upon to determine which firearms have been featured on the big screen the most. Not only will your experience watching this video be entertaining, but incredibly educational. So sit back, relax, and don’t forget to ‘like’, subscribe and share! If you’re into guns as much as we are, please visit DefendandCarry.com for trending gun news and Second Amendment topics. Thanks for watching! This video includes clips from numerous Hollywood movies, featuring guns such as the Smith & Wesson Model 29, The 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun, the M1811/A1, The AK-47, M16 Rifle, Micro Uzi, Mini-gun, Desert Eagle, The Walther PPK, and Beretta 92F/Fs.