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    He has improved his grip! John wick-img_0442.jpg


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    Quote Originally Posted by docmaster1 View Post
    I just watched the 2nd one and yes the assassin scene was Definitly a 3 gun run. I really liked it though. It was a lot more realistic than a lot of the movies you see. I lived the reloaded. You don't see those in movies.

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    Do you mean realistic gun-play wise, Dave? I still haven't seen the second one. Not sure why at this point. I really have to get on that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Mayhem View Post
    ... is the P30L da/sa or LEM? Hard to tell from pics.
    Holy necro-thread, Batman! Yes, I know, but I was watching the movie again last night and I wondered the same thing. v3 or LEM?
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    Quote Originally Posted by IANative View Post
    Holy necro-thread, Batman! Yes, I know, but I was watching the movie again last night and I wondered the same thing. v3 or LEM?
    The actual gun was blow-back airsoft, but It had to be based on a V3 as there are shots of it with the hammer cocked back. LEM can't do that without a finger pulling on the trigger.

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    I bought my P30L because of this movie but also figured it would be more accurate than the standard length or a VP9. Aside from the trigger I love it. Not as accurate as my USP 45 but does well as my nightstand gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QwikKotaTx View Post
    I bought my P30L because of this movie but also figured it would be more accurate than the standard length...
    I assumed the same thing, and it may be true at longer distances, but my experience has been I get no better accuracy out of the P30L vs. my P30 at distances out to 15 yards (both LEM v1 triggers). Of course, I'm not John Wick...

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