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jdnossaman 02-03-2009 08:35 PM

Does anyone know
 
Does anyone know what handgun Mark Walburg is using in the bathroom scene at the beginning of Max Payne. I'm just curious if anyone can identity it.

user4 02-03-2009 08:37 PM

got a pic?

Dillinger 02-03-2009 08:42 PM

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It's the Taurus Judge.... and God did that movie suck. :o

user4 02-03-2009 08:52 PM

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Originally Posted by Dillinger (Post 68037)
... and God did that movie suck. :o

Quoted for truth. Hitman was way better. Ironic since it was a worse game.

Dillinger 02-03-2009 08:53 PM

I actually quite enjoyed hitman. I thought it was a good movie transistion, and other than two scenes, and can you guess what they are Ineff, I thought it was well done. There is talk of another one coming out - which I would pay to see...

JD

user4 02-03-2009 08:58 PM

I'm guessing all that resisting of that hot Euro-trash ass...but heck I can't think of much in that movie I didn't like. If you say the subway sword scene, I'm voting you off the island until you eat a bug.

Dillinger 02-03-2009 09:05 PM

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The Subway Sword scene BEGINNING - The fight scene itself was awesome. But the fact that all the guys had two of the exact same swords, yet all had different handguns, was a little pointless. That fight scene reminded me of the first Transporter though, in the garage with the oil and using the bike peddles for traction. "F" classic.

No, Agent 47 is emotionless in all the games, so he needed to be played that way. Besides, getting involved with Olga would have just led to some unneccessary shots from the STD's. I mean, c'mon, a Russian owned sex slave??

No, the part where the report comes in on the death of Andrei Belacoff and he soppsedly make a headshot at a little over 4 kilometers away, down angle, with a Blaser 93 Sniper Rifle. If you can accurately guess WHY I had a problem with that scene, and explain it, I will give you a cookie....

user4 02-03-2009 09:14 PM

My guess, besides it being an impossible task with said weapon, you had something far more technical in mind. But if your bent about that aspect, you're the kind of person that will complain about O-Ren Ishii's cartoon rifle taking out that dictator;)

skullcrusher 02-03-2009 09:15 PM

Will that rifle reach 2.484472 miles accurately? Liked the movie Hitman, but never played the game.

Dillinger 02-03-2009 09:21 PM

Actually I loved the anime play over in Kill Bill - I thought it was brilliant.

I have nothing wrong with the shot itself. If he is the best overall assassin in the world, you have to be expected that he can make extremely long, extremely accurate shots.

However the Blaser R93 is chambered for .308

An international assassin is NOT going to use a NATO spec round, on Russian Soil, if he wasn't trying to set someone up. And the .308 is NOT a long range sniper round of that caliber.

Now, if Agent 47 had the A & I .338 Lapua, or a Russian 12.7mm, that would have been FAR more believable....

JD


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