The Coolest Movie Guns
Firearms have been a part of the movies since “The Great Train Robbery” flashed onto the Silver Screen in 1903. In many movies the gun is as important as the character, and often is what makes a scene iconic. AmericanRifleman.org has put together a list of 10 favorite movie guns and why they are so remembered.
Colt Navy 1851 Cartridge Conversion from “The Good, The Bad and the Ugly”
In “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly,” Clint Eastwood’s character still doesn’t have a name, though he’s called Blondie throughout the movie. Despite the fact that the Colt Navy 1851 Cartridge Conversion that Blondie carries throughout the film requires some imagination to be believable, it looks great with its rattlesnake grips in what could be the greatest three-man standoff of all time, let alone in this Western classic.