Tatted, that was a toy dummied up for the movie. Now, in Red Heat, with the Governator and Jim Belushi, Arnold carried a fictional 9.2mm Russian pistol. It was reworked from a Desert Eagle by one of Hollywood's top gunsmith's. Robert Blake, in 'Electraglide in Blue' carried the gun I want. it was a Colt Python, 4"barrel, with a blued steel frame and bright nickel cylinder and barrel. Cool looking gun!
I love my S&W's. Yesterday I picked up a 1981 mod 36 nickel with a 3" barrel. It's been used a little but still looks great. My blue 36 2" like the picture above was made in 1969 and is like new. Great shooting firearms and are still a good pocket gun!Yo Red Hat,
That S & W (.38-snub) U posted a picture of was the 1st weapon I bought ($200/used) after getting sworn-in as a U.S. citizen. Put a lot of trouble-free rounds thru it & was my 1st CCW that finally made me feel like I was not back in the (gun-free) U.K. It was stolen from my home & never recovered 10 years later. I wish I still had her! Sniff! :sad: