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  • Good Morning Everybody. What is your favorite television shootout with guns?

    Including movies of westerns, police, military battles, drug cartel, mafia or anything else.

  • #2
    In the movie, "The Untouchables" I like the way Andy Garcia takes out the goblin holding the Mafia accountant in the staircase, on order from Kevin Costner.
    "You got him?"
    "Yeah."
    "Take him."
    Bang.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by 99explorer View Post
      In the movie, "The Untouchables" I like the way Andy Garcia takes out the goblin holding the Mafia accountant in the staircase, on order from Kevin Costner.
      "You got him?"
      "Yeah."
      "Take him."
      Bang.
      99, That is a good one. ?

      I liked the shoot out at the night club with Tom Cruise playing a hired KGB hitman Vincent.
      His target hit is sitting at the table with body guards all around him.
      The Feds and a detective are arriving there at the same time.
      The guy Felix who hired Vincent send his boys there to shoot Vincent if anything goes wrong.
      Jamie Foxx is a innocent cab driver for Vincent but the Feds and Felix men think the cab driver is the hitman.

      Turn the volume and watch the seven minute shootout.

      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=d9_n6wwkIHM

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      • #4
        In- "Geronimo, an American Legend", where the Apache warrior challenges the cavalry patrol, and the Lieutenant rides out to meet him. The warrior charges, and the Lieutenant seeks cover behind his horse, which he has made to lay down. After being missed by several shots from the Apache, the Lieutenant takes a rest across his saddle and fires one rifle shot, dropping the warrior. He then straddles his horse, and the horse rises with him mounted. One of the more realistic gunfights I have ever seen in the movies, and a damned well trained horse, too.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by 99explorer View Post
          In the movie, "The Untouchables" I like the way Andy Garcia takes out the goblin holding the Mafia accountant in the staircase, on order from Kevin Costner.
          "You got him?"
          "Yeah."
          "Take him."
          Bang.
          Gary - I remember that. Very good.
          The shooting in the alley scene was great, esp. the final shot.
          It made me laugh.

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          • #6
            Love the untouchables, "The Italian Family hour" (Cops & Waps)-(Genie Gun Smoke)

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            • #7
              Com 3006 , coincidentally one of my favorites also includes shooting behind a fallen horse.Lonesome Dove, Gus elevates his fire at a dancing , antagonistic, challenging him to attempt to shoot at a distance he feels safe. The Commanches are stunned when Ol Gus drops a round in his belly after a delay seen following the smoke from his barrel .

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              • #8
                Originally posted by 6phunter View Post
                Com 3006 , coincidentally one of my favorites also includes shooting behind a fallen horse.Lonesome Dove, Gus elevates his fire at a dancing , antagonistic, challenging him to attempt to shoot at a distance he feels safe. The Commanches are stunned when Ol Gus drops a round in his belly after a delay seen following the smoke from his barrel .
                Agreed 6p ! I still chuckle whenever I see that in the several times I have watched Lonesome Dove, one of the best Westerns ever produced ! And the look of satisfaction on Gus’s face afterwards, says it all !

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by 99explorer View Post
                  In the movie, "The Untouchables" I like the way Andy Garcia takes out the goblin holding the Mafia accountant in the staircase, on order from Kevin Costner.
                  "You got him?"
                  "Yeah."
                  "Take him."
                  Bang.
                  “It made me laugh”. I do not know if death is something to laugh about 99, but in some applications it is certainly hard not to, that is an agreeable point.

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                  • #10
                    The shootout at the end of Open Range is pretty darn good. Costner starting it by just walking up to the grinning thug and putting one in his forehead, then Duvall with the shotgun blast through the wall, and then Costner nailing the guy over the girl's shoulder.

                    I like the scene in Lonesome Dove that 6Phunter mentioned, too, and also the scene where Gus rides into the Kiowa-renegade camp and puts them all down, one bullet apiece.

                    I like Barry Pepper's sniper scenes in Saving Private Ryan, too.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by 99explorer View Post
                      In the movie, "The Untouchables" I like the way Andy Garcia takes out the goblin holding the Mafia accountant in the staircase, on order from Kevin Costner.
                      "You got him?"
                      "Yeah."
                      "Take him."
                      Bang.
                      I know what you mean, Richard. Whenever I mention how much I enjoyed Private Ryan or Band of Brothers, I wonder if it's appropriate, since according to the veterans, those films are very close depictions of how it really happened. But then, even right after wartime, war movies were a dime a dozen, pretty much.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by MattM37 View Post
                        The shootout at the end of Open Range is pretty darn good. Costner starting it by just walking up to the grinning thug and putting one in his forehead, then Duvall with the shotgun blast through the wall, and then Costner nailing the guy over the girl's shoulder.

                        I like the scene in Lonesome Dove that 6Phunter mentioned, too, and also the scene where Gus rides into the Kiowa-renegade camp and puts them all down, one bullet apiece.

                        I like Barry Pepper's sniper scenes in Saving Private Ryan, too.
                        After Gus rode his horse in that Indian camp, Arkansas Sheriff July Johnson said "you shot everyone" in amazement. LOL

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by 6phunter View Post
                          Com 3006 , coincidentally one of my favorites also includes shooting behind a fallen horse.Lonesome Dove, Gus elevates his fire at a dancing , antagonistic, challenging him to attempt to shoot at a distance he feels safe. The Commanches are stunned when Ol Gus drops a round in his belly after a delay seen following the smoke from his barrel .
                          Another long shot, was Joe Kidd pulling a rifle from the box and shooting that sharp shooter kneeling out on the large rock in pain view. I loved the sharp shooter face when he looked down toward the hole in his chest in disbelief.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by MattM37 View Post
                            The shootout at the end of Open Range is pretty darn good. Costner starting it by just walking up to the grinning thug and putting one in his forehead, then Duvall with the shotgun blast through the wall, and then Costner nailing the guy over the girl's shoulder.

                            I like the scene in Lonesome Dove that 6Phunter mentioned, too, and also the scene where Gus rides into the Kiowa-renegade camp and puts them all down, one bullet apiece.

                            I like Barry Pepper's sniper scenes in Saving Private Ryan, too.
                            Yes, July was a heck of a good guy, but not very capable out on the plains. I don't know if you read the book or not, but in that, there's actually quite a bit more about his time working for Clara Allen. He became a lot more competent and confident (even asked Clara to marry him!).

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                            • #15
                              My all time favorite is the final three-way shootout in The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly.

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