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St. Valentines Day Massacre

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#21 colt21a

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Posted 04 April 2021 - 10:22 PM

Like Objective Burma. i think they recorded many sounds and flipped them from film to film when needed much like airplane engine and crash sounds.And i always like the clicking of the Glock trigger ten times to show its empty Duh after first pull, on empty it does not go back.Like the 1911 oh click click I am empty.The 30 cal and 50 cal belt feeds the most.

 

they have to keep it interesting. And how many times do you check a gun to make sure it's loaded for a robbery. About 3 times.RON K.

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#22 Ron Mills

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Posted 05 April 2021 - 03:03 PM

Like Objective Burma. i think they recorded many sounds and flipped them from film to film when needed much like airplane engine and crash sounds.And i always like the clicking of the Glock trigger ten times to show its empty Duh after first pull, on empty it does not go back.Like the 1911 oh click click I am empty.The 30 cal and 50 cal belt feeds the most.

 

they have to keep it interesting. And how many times do you check a gun to make sure it's loaded for a robbery. About 3 times.RON K.

To quote Sean Connery in The Untouchables in 1987, the Canadian farmhouse scene:  "Did you check it?"  ("Yeah").  "Then LEAVE IT ALONE!"

It's like on TV, Combat vs The Gallant Men, all the GI and German gun sounds were opposite


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