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Gunmaster45 11-25-2008 12:57 AM

Speed
 
I got Speed on DVD and saw there was screencaps on the page already. They look pretty low-res, would it be cool if I replace them with mine? (plus I'll get some shots of that bizzare tutone MP5K)

Also, I've been working on Crank for a few days now, stuff keeps coming up that stops me from finishing it. I should have it done on Wednesday.

I have so many DVDs to cap, and for some reason, I'm buying more! I'm crazy.

MT2008 11-25-2008 02:04 AM

Hell yes.

BTW, the "MP5K" is actually an SP89 that was nickel-plated and given a forward grip. LMO had it for sale a few years ago.

Gunmaster45 11-25-2008 02:26 AM

Thanks
 
I didn't know it was an SP89. Does LMO still have pics of it?

MT2008 11-25-2008 03:55 AM

Nope. I don't think they even had pics back when it was still on sale.

MoviePropMaster2008 12-02-2008 02:36 AM

hahahaha. The wording is funny when you say it outloud....

Gunmaster45 is interested in Speed and working on Crank .... sounds like a substance abuse problem to me! hahahahahaha.

It was a originally a stembridge gun. LMO got all of their guns from Stembridge. I can see if the guys have a good pic of it.

Yournamehere 12-02-2008 02:45 AM

You should get some help, man. lol

Regarding Crank, does anyone else have doubts as to the term "Mark I Desert Eagle?" I've checked and found that such a model exists, but no pictures, and frankly it looks like a Mark VII or XIX instead. Any comments?

MT2008 12-02-2008 02:58 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Yournamehere (Post 135)
You should get some help, man. lol

Regarding Crank, does anyone else have doubts as to the term "Mark I Desert Eagle?" I've checked and found that such a model exists, but no pictures, and frankly it looks like a Mark VII or XIX instead. Any comments?

There's not much visual difference between the Mark I and Mark VII. Here's a picture of one that was posted to Wikipedia:

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...357_Magnum.jpg

You can tell it apart by the shape of the safety and slide catch. Also, Wikipedia doesn't mention this, but I believe the frame shape is a bit different too (the "belly" of the Mark I looks a bit narrower than that of the Mark VII).

Gunmaster45 12-02-2008 10:32 PM

hahaha
 
I thought the same thing when I brought them home.

"I just bought Crank and Speed and I got to get working on them."

I found it funny too.

Phoenixent 01-24-2009 08:40 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MoviePropMaster2008 (Post 132)
It was a originally a stembridge gun. LMO got all of their guns from Stembridge. I can see if the guys have a good pic of it.

The MP5K came from Ellis Mercantile not Stembridge Gun Rentals. It was a SP89 converted to an MP5k by La France Specialties. I was the gunsmith at Ellis and we did all the guns for that show. I had the MP5K satin nickel for Speed as they wanted a stainless looking smg.

Gunmaster45 01-24-2009 12:45 PM

Please add as much info to it on the page as you want. Nothing is better than having someone who worked on the gun comment on it. :D


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