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Mission Impossible 2 - Whose Gun Is Whose?
Throughout the MI:2 movie, we are introduced to a variety of handguns. Now, I know that they flashed by fairly quickly, but the handguns used by the main actors were pretty user-specific. Hunt used Berettas, Ambrose was using a custom Colt .45 (I think), and Stamp had his hand on a new polymer pistol that was just appearing when the movie released. Now, guns exchanged hands a couple times, but in the final shootout/motorcycle chase, Ambrose is firing his .45 and Hunt is blazing with his B. When they hit the sand in their motorcycle face-off I can't tell if they have guns drawn or sheathed, but after they jump off their cycles and collide, one of them drops their gun. However, when hunt kicks the gun into the air and blasts Ambrose in the very end, Hunt is firing an HK model USP. Whether it's a .45, a .40sw, or a 9mm I don't know. But the gun is definitely an HK USP. The only reason for using this handgun is that you actually can bury it in the sand, pick it up and fire it, and not have to worry about it blowing up in your face.
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Neophyte on 05-09-2001
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Edward L. writes:
WOW, introduction to guns 101!
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jaydee writes:
Actually, Ethan is shooting a couple different Beretta's in the movie, and it's true, the last shot's are with an HK. Sean though, is shooting a Duotone CZ-75B 9mm, and not a 1911. The CZ is a Czech pistol that is a copy of the famous Browning designed P35, or more commonly known Browning High Power, a 15 shot 9mm. Actually, the Beretta M92 9mm that Ethan had would have shot after being buried in the sand, as would a Glock, or just about any other "Combat" handgun. The Beretta, after all passed the US Military trials in 1985 having shot after being buried in Sand, Mud, and whatever else... Ethan is seen reloading his Beretta's a number of times, but Sean seems to have some of those limitless magazines, capable of holding a gazillion rounds. Even Ethan was getting far more than the 15 rounds his Beretta 92 held. I'll have to go back and look at Hugh's gun when he leaves the room at Biocyte looking for Hunt, but it looked like it might be a Mauser M2.
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GI Jimbo writes:
That is not a Beretta 92FS. It looks more compact, more like a Beretta 96G Centurion. I'm not really sure. It just doesn't look like a 92FS.
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