A 'catch all' term used to refer to either of two handguns manufactured by Colt's Manufacturing:The Model 1873 Single Action Army revolver, and/or the M1911/M1911A1-series semi automatic pistols.
The soldier reloaded his Colt .45 and fired into the bunker.
The famous Avtomat Klashnikova Model 1947 (AK47) is, along with it's scores of variants, the most widely used and manufacutured assault rifle in the world. Developed orginally for mobile units of the Russian Army, the AK rifles have found their way into the hands from hundreds of other militaries, as well as terrorist groups. Caliber of the orginal AK47/AKM was 7.62x39mm. The 7.62mm caliber has been phased out in Russia, which now favors the 5.45x39mm, chambered in the AK74.
In the days of the Cold War, the USSR made and distributed countless AK47 assault rifles.
A handgun cartrige orignially developed for the Smith & Wesson. Model 29 double action revolver. The .44 Mag is the brainchild of pistolero Elmer Keith.
The .44 Magnum was forever immortalized when it was first seen in the Clint Eastwood movie, 'Dirty Harry.' It has become a popular handgun hunting round, and can be found chambered in various handguns, including the Smith & Wesson 629 (and variants), Ruger's Blackhawk, Redhawk, and Super Red Hawk revolvers, and of course the ever popular Israeli Desert Eagle autoloading pistol. While no longer the reining heavyweight champion, it is far more practical than cartridges such as the .454 Casull, .475 Linebaugh, (.50 Action Express), and .500 Smith & Wesson.
Do you feel lucky punk?
A compact 9x19mm caliber submachine gun developed in 1953 by Isreali Military Industries. Variants include the Mini-Uzi, the Micro-Uzi, and the semi automatic-only Uzi Pistol.
I saw that the hitmen were armed with Uzi submachine guns.
A gas operated, semi automatic pistol with a rotating bolt. It can be found chambered for the .357 Magnum, .44 Magnum,.50 Action Express, and .440 Corbon. A .41 Magnum model went out of production several years ago. Imported to U.S.A. by Magnum Research Inc.
Action movies and video games have helped make the Desert Eagle famous.
A 5.56mm (.223 Remington) assault rifle developed by Colt's Mfg. as a carbine version of the company's M16A2 assault rifle
The SWAT team's armory was filled with M4 Carbines
Lynyrd Skynyrd, George Thorogood and the Destroyers, The Rolling Stones, CRR.
"Gimme Back My Bullets," "Bad to the Bone," "Shattered," "Travelin' Band