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Vault Keeper
07-27-2005, 21:15
Got the chance to watch The New Police Story (Jackie Chan)... nice movie...nice glocks!....

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v495/myuching/feature-newpolicestory2.jpg

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v495/myuching/feature-ex-newpolicestory-5.jpghttp://img.photobucket.com/albums/v495/myuching/feature-ex-newpolicestory-1.jpg

Makes you proud to own one...

mikey177
07-27-2005, 21:50
I'm surprised that they are only showing that movie now in the Philippines. I was able to catch it about two months ago when I was on a provincial bus bound for Quezon City. Of course, the version I saw subtitled, and I had a hilarious time because of the translations of some of the subtitles... halatang pirata yung gumawa e.

Tukmol
07-27-2005, 23:06
Perfect marketing tool IMHO....

Kelan kaya natin makita Armscor sa movies?:cool:

mc_oliver
07-27-2005, 23:38
Originally posted by Tukmol
Perfect marketing tool IMHO....

Kelan kaya natin makita Armscor sa movies?:cool:
Watch Starsky and Hutch, yung kay Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson. You'll see the RIA there in action (na pumuputok kahit naka slide lock).;f

http://starskyandhutchmovie.warnerbros.com/html/wallpapers/sh_800x600-starsky.jpg

theTactician
07-28-2005, 00:34
My favorite glock movie is "Man on fire" which stars Denzel Washington and Dakota Fanning. This is one 'tough-as-nails' movie.

bagito
07-28-2005, 02:25
us marshalls and bad boys2

bagito
07-28-2005, 02:50
http://img52.exs.cx/img52/1193/bb2_0011.jpg

nyordak17
07-28-2005, 04:19
from the movie SO CLOSE

cool Glock 18s



http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v610/nyordak17/00093604.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v610/nyordak17/So_Close_34.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v610/nyordak17/So_Close_42.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v610/nyordak17/So_Close_43.jpg

:cool:

mikey177
07-28-2005, 05:09
Yes, I liked Man on Fire a lot, but given a choice between watching it and So Close a second time, I'd definitely watch So Close, in spite of the less than realistic combat scenes ;f

Vault Keeper
07-28-2005, 18:30
Originally posted by mikey177
Yes, I liked Man on Fire a lot, but given a choice between watching it and So Close a second time, I'd definitely watch So Close, in spite of the less than realistic combat scenes ;f

Yep So Close.... ^c hope they come up with a English dubbed version! When I so preview at Star I thought it would be in English already...

theTactician
07-31-2005, 21:07
In an episode of 24's season 1, Jack bauer also used a glock when he rescued his wife and daughter from the ruthless terrorist who held them captive. I just dont understand why he's using what looks like a Taurus Pistol when he's a federal agent. From what i know, federal agent's prefer Glocks above any other kind of pistol.
but nevertheless, 24 is a very good, edge-of-your-seat t.v. series.

9MX
07-31-2005, 21:12
Originally posted by theTactician
but nevertheless, 24 is a very good, edge-of-your-seat t.v. series.

its addicting!;P

i just wrapped up season 4, i wonder if there would be season 5.

i think jack bauer uses a sig most of the time. but i could be wrong

darwin25
07-31-2005, 23:46
Originally posted by theTactician
My favorite glock movie is "Man on fire" which stars Denzel Washington and Dakota Fanning. This is one 'tough-as-nails' movie.

Yap. definitely one of the best movies Denzel ever made.

Revenge.....is a dish best served cold..

But I think that line is also from the movie Kill Bill.

mikey177
08-01-2005, 00:41
Originally posted by darwin25
Revenge.....is a dish best served cold..

But I think that line is also from the movie Kill Bill.

Kill Bill borrowed that line from Star Trek. It's originally an old Klingon proverb

Alexii
08-01-2005, 00:43
Speaking of So Close, Vicky Zhao have one of the most beautiful faces from the roster of Asian actresses:

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v322/Alexii/zhaovicky_22886124e55be41f11d1b60bb.jpg

Dok
08-02-2005, 19:44
anybody seen LIFE AQUATIC with Bill Murray?, they have glocks as side arms.

that movie has also a bad publicity about Filipinos, there was a scene that their boat was hijacked by pirates, and guess what, the pirates are talking in tagalog and one crew member was communicating with one of the pirates because he knows how to speak tagalog/filipino. that crew member was then taken hostage. I think i know where the director get the idea of Filipinos as pirates and kidnappers.... Abu Sayaf Group! :)

Vault Keeper
08-02-2005, 21:37
Originally posted by Dok
anybody seen LIFE AQUATIC with Bill Murray?, they have glocks as side arms.

that movie has also a bad publicity about Filipinos, there was a scene that their boat was hijacked by pirates, and guess what, the pirates are talking in tagalog and one crew member was communicating with one of the pirates because he knows how to speak tagalog/filipino. that crew member was then taken hostage. I think i know where the director get the idea of Filipinos as pirates and kidnappers.... Abu Sayaf Group! :)

Sad but true!

mirko128
08-04-2005, 14:15
I was only a bit interested in guns as a kid/young adult.

Somewhere along the way, the interest started growing. When I saw the movie Matrix: Reloaded, with Morpheus and his Glock 18 :cool:, it helped convince me to really get into shooting.

There's a nice site (http://www.madogre.com/Interviews/Guns_of_the_Matrix.htm), BTW, which "documents" what guns were used on the Matrix movies (among other movies).

Which reminds me...Ronin is another favorite. Their accomplice turned villain carried a long slide Glock.

EAGLESFANPHILA
08-05-2005, 21:01
Most of Tony's crew carry Glocks on the Sopranos!
http://www.braica.com/photo/1300_stuyvesant/outside/sopranos.jpg

9MX
08-06-2005, 11:16
Originally posted by EAGLESFANPHILA
Most of Tony's crew carry Glocks on the Sopranos!
http://www.braica.com/photo/1300_stuyvesant/outside/sopranos.jpg

yeah, i remember watching one episode, one of his thugs dropped his glock while about to board a truck trailer. the glock went off, and i was like.."uh uh no way!";P

doctabako
08-06-2005, 11:44
Originally posted by Alexii
Speaking of So Close, Vicky Zhao have one of the most beautiful faces from the roster of Asian actresses:

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v322/Alexii/zhaovicky_22886124e55be41f11d1b60bb.jpg

ditto, also known as Zhao Wei, love the way she uses her eyes. Very seductive. tsalap tsalap;f

Another movie where the Glock 18 was used is in "National Security" starring Martin Lawrence and Steve Zahn.

horge
08-06-2005, 15:30
Originally posted by mikey177
Originally posted by darwin25
Revenge.....is a dish best served cold..
But I think that line is also from the movie Kill Bill.
Kill Bill borrowed that line from Star Trek. It's originally an old Klingon proverb

"La vengeance est un plat qui se mange froid" from the play Les Liaisons Dangereuses (1782) by Pierre Ambroise Francois Choderios de LaClos. Of course, it is said to be taken from a much, much older proverb that had already manifested itself all across the world ---from the Pashtuns to the Sicilians to the Manchegos.

:)

bagito
08-07-2005, 05:33
glock 18 also used by MR & MRS SMITH

ssss8888
08-24-2005, 08:43
which model was the one used in bad boys2? can you buy a slide like that or they're just repaint?

batangueno
08-24-2005, 08:51
Originally posted by ssss8888
which model was the one used in bad boys2? can you buy a slide like that or they're just repaint?
It could be an aftermarket Caspian slide or a stock glock slide that has been hardchromed.

mc_oliver
08-24-2005, 09:13
Pde liha pang tanggal ng phosphate coating. ;f

mirko128
08-24-2005, 17:51
Originally posted by ssss8888
which model was the one used in bad boys2? can you buy a slide like that or they're just repaint?

Ganun din baril ni Martin Lawrence sa National Security, two-tone na full-auto and extended mag.

bass one
08-25-2005, 18:12
Hostage, Collateral...yes, I'm still alive;f

nyordak17
08-26-2005, 03:08
Originally posted by ssss8888
which model was the one used in bad boys2? can you buy a slide like that or they're just repaint?

it's a G17 with NP3 finish slide, but in real life miami pd use G22/G23 (iirc). usually in movies they use 9mms due to the unavailability of blank ammos on higher calibers.

glock23_7274
08-26-2005, 19:34
Originally posted by doctabako
ditto, also known as Zhao Wei, love the way she uses her eyes. Very seductive. tsalap tsalap;f

Another movie where the Glock 18 was used is in "National Security" starring Martin Lawrence and Steve Zahn.


Yeah I really like the movie, Especially when martin lawrence's glock went on full auto... Is it possible for glocks to be converted to full auto dok?? or are they just for movies?? Me benta ba na conversion kit nun?? :)

theTactician
08-28-2005, 05:24
i also like the modified glock used by the russian Gregor i think, was his name in the movie..cool glock, equipped with holo-sights, silencer, mukhang glock 34..not sure though.
Ronin is a good movie. watched it several times.

nyordak17
03-01-2006, 22:07
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v610/nyordak17/16BLOCKS.jpg

from the movie 16 Blocks starring Bruce Willis...

can't wait! pogi talaga ng Glock! ;f

Vault Keeper
03-02-2006, 02:41
Originally posted by nyordak17
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v610/nyordak17/16BLOCKS.jpg

from the movie 16 Blocks starring Bruce Willis...

can't wait! pogi talaga ng Glock! ;f

Is this one of those glocks they use that do not shoot? Look at the end of the barrel...ang liit ng butas..

darwin25
03-02-2006, 03:46
Its a Glock 7. A porcelain gun invisible to metal detectors. ;z ;z

darwin25
03-02-2006, 03:47
;f ;z

nyordak17
03-02-2006, 08:09
~1 ;Q

BuckyP
03-02-2006, 13:41
Originally posted by theTactician
In an episode of 24's season 1, Jack bauer also used a glock when he rescued his wife and daughter from the ruthless terrorist who held them captive. I just dont understand why he's using what looks like a Taurus Pistol when he's a federal agent. From what i know, federal agent's prefer Glocks above any other kind of pistol.
but nevertheless, 24 is a very good, edge-of-your-seat t.v. series.

Jack is using an HK USP. Since HK (along with Sig) won the DHS contract, portraying a federal agent carrying one is very plausible.

http://www.pollardfamily.net/jackhk.jpg

theTactician
03-02-2006, 13:54
Originally posted by BuckyP
Jack is using an HK USP. Since HK (along with Sig) won the DHS contract, portraying a federal agent carrying one is very plausible.

http://www.pollardfamily.net/jackhk.jpg



cool shot of jack bauer..:)

glock26ph
03-03-2006, 04:39
First movie I ever saw which showed Glocks was the first "Die Hard" movie of Bruce Willis. They even said the Glocks were "ceramic guns" which could pass through Airport X-ray systems without getting noticed, which started one of the myths about the then new Glock pistol.

The Tommy Lee Jones series - "The Fugitive" and "US Marshals". Tommy Lee and his marshals were using Glocks.

Arnold Shwarzenegger in "True Lies". Although the movie posters would show him with a Ruger, the first part of the movie shows him using a Glock 17 during the snow "ski" chase. I tried to count the number of shots he made during that sequence, he made 17 shots, before jumping into the van - pretty cool huh?

BuckyP
03-03-2006, 10:07
Originally posted by glock26ph
First movie I ever saw which showed Glocks was the first "Die Hard" movie of Bruce Willis. They even said the Glocks were "ceramic guns" which could pass through Airport X-ray systems without getting noticed, which started one of the myths about the then new Glock pistol.

The Tommy Lee Jones series - "The Fugitive" and "US Marshals". Tommy Lee and his marshals were using Glocks.

Arnold Shwarzenegger in "True Lies". Although the movie posters would show him with a Ruger, the first part of the movie shows him using a Glock 17 during the snow "ski" chase. I tried to count the number of shots he made during that sequence, he made 17 shots, before jumping into the van - pretty cool huh?

Actually, the Die Hard move you refer to is Die Hard 2.

Arnold seemed to carry a many different kinds of guns in that movie. Glock when under cover, Ruger when in a suit, and a Beretta 92 when in tac gear (when they grab Bill Paxton and have him by the cliff).

Benj
03-03-2006, 19:00
Slightly OT, has anybody ever seen a Cantonese movie titled Double Tap? Action movie siya with IPSC shooting as background story, killer uses an open gun hehe

Wp.22
03-03-2006, 19:28
Originally posted by Benj
Slightly OT, has anybody ever seen a Cantonese movie titled Double Tap? Action movie siya with IPSC shooting as background story, killer uses an open gun hehe

sir ive seen that movie sa star chinese dati. Ive been looking for a copy of that movie for a long time na nga eh.

batangueno
03-03-2006, 20:17
Originally posted by Wp.22
sir ive seen that movie sa star chinese dati. Ive been looking for a copy of that movie for a long time na nga eh.
Try ebay. :)

OneEyedDrunk
03-03-2006, 20:39
Look guys.....none of these movies about Glocks compare to The Fugitive. I rewind the part where Tommy Lee Jones shoots the glass at the courthouse/jail. He puts several rounds into the bulletproof glass, and you can see where those bullets would go. Not to mention the part in the tunnels. Remember when Dr. Kimball gets a hold on his Glock 17? Glock 19 comes out!!! Totally awesome!!!

Sweater
03-04-2006, 20:13
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Sweater
03-04-2006, 20:18
Originally posted by Sweater
"Man on fire". Starring Denzel Washington. TLE, DESERT WARRIOR, GRAND RAPTOR, CASPIAN 45 ACP(still on building stage),G#19,G#34,and Berreta ENOS 22LR

isuzu
03-04-2006, 23:59
Originally posted by Benj
Slightly OT, has anybody ever seen a Cantonese movie titled Double Tap? Action movie siya with IPSC shooting as background story, killer uses an open gun hehe

Was it in the 1987 or the 1989 coup where there was a video footage of an individual or individuals with open guns shooting at an APC? I got a good laugh out of it, and weeks later, issuance of PTCs were stopped, but existing PTCs were valid until their expiry. (PTTs weren't still available during that time).

Vault Keeper
03-05-2006, 09:23
Originally posted by isuzu
Was it in the 1987 or the 1989 coup where there was a video footage of an individual or individuals with open guns shooting at an APC? I got a good laugh out of it, and weeks later, issuance of PTCs were stopped, but existing PTCs were valid until their expiry. (PTTs weren't still available during that time).

nag-ala Saving Private Ryan, when Tom Hanks was shooting at a tank using his 1911...biglang booom! Got the shock of his life, he thought he was responsible for it...

RATRAT
03-05-2006, 16:56
Originally posted by isuzu
Was it in the 1987 or the 1989 coup where there was a video footage of an individual or individuals with open guns shooting at an APC? I got a good laugh out of it, and weeks later, issuance of PTCs were stopped, but existing PTCs were valid until their expiry. (PTTs weren't still available during that time).


I saw that footage too ! i dont know anything about guns back then I thought hes using some kind of an airgun or special effects gun..i just thought that man is either brave...or stupid ....reminds of of an incident in china where a young man is throwing rocks on an incoming tank!!!!!:) ;f


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"Be afraid of no man,
No matter what size.
When trouble threatens, call on me,
For I shall equalize”– Glock 17

Pepe308
03-05-2006, 19:46
Originally posted by theTactician
My favorite glock movie is "Man on fire" which stars Denzel Washington and Dakota Fanning. This is one 'tough-as-nails' movie.

+1. Hard realistic action and heartwarming too... St. Jude, patron saint of lost causes... Creasy found his... .

glock26ph
03-06-2006, 09:41
"Long Kiss Goodnight" (1996) Geena Davis and Samuel Jackson. Geena Davis had a Glock 26/27 with an extended barrel as part of her arsenal. After watching this movie, I got myself a Glock 26 ;f

bokbok_05
03-06-2006, 17:12
"End of Days" starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. He had a Glock 34 and 17.

mirko128
03-06-2006, 19:55
Now that you mentioned Arnold, I remember Nick Stahl with his Glock 18 in Terminator 3.

He empties two 30+-round mags, in full-auto, one-handed...;f

sigglockfan
03-08-2006, 06:05
Originally posted by 9MX
its addicting!;P

i just wrapped up season 4, i wonder if there would be season 5.

i think jack bauer uses a sig most of the time. but i could be wrong

ehehehe me too ;z

i think for season 3 and 4, he used an hk while tony had a sigpro in season 4.

yep, meron season 5! di pa tapos sa u.s. check out the website

mirko128
03-09-2006, 02:33
Onga, sarap ng may libreng DSL sagot ng opis hehe.

Updated tuloy ako sa 24 Season 5, Lost, and House. Dami ko na ngang na download na pero di ko pa napanood.;a