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Die Hard 2 - Unlimited Berreta
When MaClaine is coming down from the vent shooting at the terrorists he fire at least 20 rounds (I've counted 23, My friend 22) We both own Berreta's He's got a 92FS and I've got a 92F
and both hold 15 in the magazine (CLIP) 1 in the pipe (BREACH)
20 to 23 is alot more then 16 but at least under the scaffolding he reloads.
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Daz writes:
Not really a big thing. I was watching a film the other day and somebody fired a pair of Desert Eagles (which have 7 shots as standard, and 1 in the chamber) fired over 50 times in quick succession with no reload!
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glock64 writes:
There are extended magazines for the Beretta that hold 20 rounds, but McClain wasn't using one.
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brightsaber writes:
If you notice that in just about every movie involving guns, they always shoot more bullets then they should. It has just become accepted in Hollywood not to worry about the clip size. Plus, it just seems cooler to hear a bunch of gunfire in a row and not 15 shot bursts. And it also allows them to shoot each bad guy more times.
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scott writes:
I own a Beretta 92fs 9mm pistol ans also a Beretta 12 gauge over and under shotgun. My Beretta holds 16 rounds and the slide locks back when the clip is empty, Mclanes does'nt.
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