where are you located? cop prop shop in LA has lots of good prop guns. i own a realistic prop 9mm automatic, but not any revolvers.
you might just use a real one for up-close work. they are very easy to clear, obviously, so safety would not be an issue.
"Well, we're not just gonna let you walk outta here..."
"..Who's 'we', sucka?"
"Me...and Smith, and Wesson.."
Just one note on blank firing guns; they can be just as deadly as real guns, so the same precautions are required.
Good shooting (moving pictures) and best regards,
Wait, you guys are in the US, can't you just go and buy one at K-Mart or something?
We had an 8mm blank-firing gun for our 48Hours film (not that we fired it at all) - but the barrel was plugged, which was annoying on a few shots.
Anyway, what`s hard to find is the real looking imitations. :shifty:
Dude! Go for the real thing like Stroheim used to do, that was a real fear on the actor`s eyes with the gun fully loaded :cold:
I highly recommend Not Guns. They make a nice pop that everyone can react to, but you don't need ear plugs, the muzzle flash lasts for 3 frames, so you always get it, and if the retard actor screws up and points it directly at the steadicam operators face even from 1 foot away you will be fine.
Call your local fire arms handler.
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