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Old 01-20-2009, 11:39 PM   #41
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Shatner needs to die a horrible death. I really dont know who has less talent, Shatner or Hasselhoff. And now I have to clean my keyboard cause I typed those names on it.
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but the coolest cop EVER was (drumroll please) Robert Patrick as T-1000. You all know it. Fess up.
No. I love Robert Patrick, and I will agree AT THE TIME, he made a pretty cool character in T-2; but he wasn't a cop and he never would have passed mustard week after week. For two hours, yeah, he was a great "cop" but week after week?? I think not....

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No. I love Robert Patrick, and I will agree AT THE TIME, he made a pretty cool character in T-2; but he wasn't a cop and he never would have passed mustard week after week. For two hours, yeah, he was a great "cop" but week after week?? I think not....

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Ok your right. Totally forgot we were talking TV cops. Good Catch.
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Police woman with Angie Dickinson - she carried a pair!
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YES! Hutch carried that 8 inch 44 Magnum and OF COURSE Starsky carried the 1911.

That movie remake was terrible and Ben Stiller should get gonorrhea and die....

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I believe that was a 6" Python. Upgrade from the 4" Python David Soul carried in Magnum Force.
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Magnum is my all-time favorite. Great cast of characters and a lot of action. And oh yes! The 1911 .45
Look at the muzzle of Thomas's 1911. Its either a .38 super or...ugh...a 9mm.
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Look at the muzzle of Thomas's 1911. Its either a .38 super or...ugh...a 9mm.
Robo! Damnit! It was a .45 acp.
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Look at the muzzle of Thomas's 1911. Its either a .38 super or...ugh...a 9mm.
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As private detective in Hawaii, Thomas Magnum relied on a military 1911 pattern Colt semi-automatic pistol. At a recent auction in California, one of the blank-adapted Colt pistols used by actor Tom Selleck in the show came up for sale, and wound up at the National Firearms Museum.

This Magnum, P.I. handgun is actually a 9mm Parabellum pistol, rather than the typical U.S. Army issue .45 ACP caliber. The 9mm chambering for this prop gun was selected due to better operation with easily-obtained 9mm blank cartridges, ideal for a propmaster responsible for reliable operation of prop guns on set.

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HAH! Vindicated again! Occasionally you will see Magnum inserting a magazine in his 1911. Mag is obviously not .45. Indented rib along forward edge.
Selleck obviously could have handled the .45 evidenced by the rifle he used in Quigley.
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I believe that was a 6" Python. Upgrade from the 4" Python David Soul carried in Magnum Force.
Was it the Six? I remember that thing being so damn big, especially in the shoot out scenes that took place in hallways... LOL But, I was quite young when Starsky & Hutch was on regular TV....
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