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Questions & Answers / Why NO Remakes Yet?
« on: July 11, 2006, 07:20:02 AM »
Does anybody knows why they dont make any remakes of Clint eastwood movies? They should make a remake of gbu(the good the bad the ugly) i mean thats was made a long time ago so they should make a remake. I think it would sell.

Eastwood News / Re: RAWHIDE on DVD News
« on: July 11, 2006, 07:16:19 AM »
Does anybody Knows when it comes out? :-\

i cant wait until this book comes out. ;D

Clint Eastwood Westerns / Re: The stuntman of Clint
« on: March 27, 2006, 08:35:46 PM »
i think that could be Clint  :o because if you think about it you dont really need a stuntman just to jump over a a trench you know. ^-^

General Discussion / Re: Clint Films That Would Work As Video Games
« on: March 27, 2006, 08:27:20 PM »
Since Dirty Harry is going to be released as a video game, which other Clint films do you think could work as games?

Films that I think could work:

1. The Man With No Name Films
2. Josey Wales
3. Every Which Way But Loose
4. Firefox
5. Blood Work
when is the dirty harry game is coming out?? :-\

Questions & Answers / Re: Desktop Pictures
« on: March 27, 2006, 08:22:49 PM »
Hi draeko17 !

Try this website† O0 O0

Don't worry it's in French, but it shouldn't be a problem ... - if it is don't hesitate to PM me, I'll be glad to help !
All you have to do is choose your wallpaper and its resolution - the higher, the better† ;)

You'll see some of them are really great† O0 O0

Very good  O0 website Americanbeauty

Questions & Answers / Re: bored: Has anyone met Clint?
« on: March 27, 2006, 08:17:58 PM »
well tell u the truth..... i haven't seen Clint Eastwood† :'( but one day i will see Clint, but my day will come. :)

General Discussion / What's your best Clint movie?
« on: February 24, 2006, 09:09:47 PM »
Tell me what's your best movie! :) My best Clint† movie  has to be The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly. O0

i think clint will make another movie. he might be old but he's in good shape to be in his age. I was thinking to make a new gbu(good,bad,ugly) you know.

Off-Topic Discussion / Re: What was the last CD you bought ?
« on: December 09, 2005, 09:17:22 AM »
The Most Known Unknown

General Discussion / Re: Clint's Guns
« on: December 09, 2005, 09:05:46 AM »
(Josey Wales Contuinued from page 12)

The "cause I ain't got nothing better else to do" gun...

Note:† Above Josey has a ten barreled Gatling which is historicly incorrect for the period, the ten barreled didn't come out until the 1870's

Born September 12, 1818 in Hertford Count, North Carolina, Richard Gatling was the son of planter and inventor, Jordan Gatling, who held two patents of his own. Besides the Gatling gun, Richard Gatling also patented a seed-sowing rice planter in 1839 that was later adapted into a successful wheat drill.

In 1861 Dr. Gatling lived near a railroad depot in Indianapolis. He witnessed the young volunteers being shipped out to fight in the Civil War. He also saw the bodies of the dead being brought back for burial. On one occasion he noticed that of the 19 corpses shipped home only three had been hit by bullets. There were far less soldiers killed in battle than those who died from sickness.† Later that same year Dr. Gatling patented the Gatling Gun, a six barreled, hand-driven, crank-operated machine gun with reliable loading and fireing up to 600 rounds a minute, unheard of in those days.

The 1862 version of the gatling gun had reloadable steel chambers and used percussion caps. It was prone to occasional jamming. In 1867, Gatling redesigned the Gatling gun again to use metallic cartridges - this version was bought and used by the United States Army.

In 1870, Richard Gatling and his family moved to Hartford, Connecticut, home of the Colt Armory where the Gatling gun was being manufactured and moved next door to the Coltís.

In 1877 Dr. Gatling wrote a letter to Lizzie Jarvis, a niece of the late Col. Colt, and expressed his reasons for designing his gun. "It occurred to me that if I could invent a machine - a gun - which could by its rapidity of fire, enable one man to do as much battle duty as a hundred, that it would, to a large extent supersede the necessity of large armies, and consequently, exposure to battle and disease [would] be greatly diminished.".

Referecnces and Sources:

Haven, Charles T. (Charles Tower), 1904-

A history of the Colt revolver, and the other arms made by Colt's patent fire arms manufacturing company from 1836 to 1940, by Charles T. Haven & Frank A. Belden; with a foreword by Stephen V. Gransay.

New York: W. Morrow & Company, 1940.

Serven, James E.
Colt Firearms from 1836
The Stackple Compay, 1954

Gluckman, Arcadi
United States Muskets and Rifles
Otto Ulbrich Co. Inc.
Buffalo NY: 1948

WHB Smith & Joseph E. Smith
The Book of Rifles
The Stackpole Company: 1948
The Book of Rifles

I would also like to give a special thanks to† KC and Matt for all of their help in posting up the many images needed to make this post possible.† Without them I would have never been able to do it up right...Thank You!

That is something i would want to have and want to do in my spare time. ;D

General Discussion / Re: Clint's Guns
« on: December 09, 2005, 09:03:23 AM »
The Enforcer 1976

In addition to his standard .44 Magnum Harry wields a LAWS Rocket at the end of the film to dispatch the main baddie Bobby Maxwell.

M-72 Light Anti-tank Weapon (LAW)

Prior to the fielding of the AT-4 the M-72 Light Anti-tank Weapon (LAW) was the Army's primary shoulder-fired, man-portable, light anti-tank rocket. The M72 66mm LAW (Light Anti-armor Weapon) was developed in the 1960s. It was a revolutionary idea: a pre-packaged rocket which could be fired and the launcher then thrown away. Like the RPG-7, the M72 is capable of penetrating a foot of armor, but its effective range is only 170 to 220 meters. Manufactured by Talley Industries in the U.S. and under license in Norway, it not only became a NATO standard but was copied and produced in Czechoslovakia and Russia (as the RPG-18 and RPG-26). Early versions were frequently inaccurate, corrected by an improved sight and a more powerful rocket motor.

The M72-series LAW is a lightweight, self-contained, antiarmor weapon consisting of a rocket packed in a launcher. It is man-portable, may be fired from either shoulder, and is issued as a round of ammunition. It requires little from the user--only a visual inspection and some operator maintenance. The launcher, which consists of two tubes, one inside the other, serves as a watertight packing container for the rocket and houses a percussion-type firing mechanism that activates the rocket.
Outer Tube. The trigger housing assembly (which contains the trigger assembly) is on the upper surface of the outer tube. So are the trigger arming handle, front and rear sight assemblies, and the launcher's rear cover.
Inner Tube. The inner tube telescopes outward toward the rear, guided by a channel assembly that rides in an alignment slot in the outer tube's trigger housing assembly. The channel assembly also houses the firing pin rod assembly, which includes a detent lever assembly. The detent lever assembly moves under the trigger assembly in the outer tube, locking the inner tube in the extended position and cocking the weapon. All this must occur before the weapon can be fired.
Rocket. The rocket is a percussion-ignited, fin-stabilized, fixed munition. It is attached by the igniter to the inside of the launcher. The rocket consists of a 66-mm HEAT warhead, a point-initiating, base-detonating fuze, and a rocket motor. Six spring-loaded fins are attached to the rear of the rocket motor. These fins are folded forward along the motor when the rocket is in the launcher. When ignited, the propellant in the rocket motor burns completely, producing gasses about 1,400F(760C). The gas pressure pushes the rocket toward the target and exits to the rear of the launcher as the backblast.
The M72-series LAW is issued as a round of ammunition. It contains a nonadjustable propelling charge and a rocket. Every M72-series LAW has an integral high-explosive antitank (HEAT) warhead. The warhead is in the rocket's head (or body) section. The fuze and booster are in the rocket's closure section. The propellant, its igniter, and the fin assembly are in the rocket's motor. No inert versions are available. Appendix B provides information about appropriate gunnery training devices and ammunition. Although the M72-series LAW is mainly used as an antiarmor weapon, it may be used with limited success against secondary targets such as gun emplacements, pillboxes, buildings, or light vehicles.

The following data apply to the M72A2 and M72A3 LAWs:

a. Launcher.
-Length (Extended) ........ Less than 1 meter (34.67 inches)
-Length (Closed) .......... 0.67 meters (24.8 inches)
-Weight (Complete M72A2) .. 2.3 kg (5.1 pounds)
-Weight (Complete M72A3) .. 2.5 kg (5.5 pounds)
-Firing Mechanism ......... Percussion
-Front Sight .............. Reticle graduated in 25-meter range increments
-Rear Sight..... Peep sight adjusts automatically to temperature change
b. Rocket.
-Caliber .................. 66 mm
-Length ................... 50.8 cm (20 inches)
-Weight.................... 1.8 kg (2.2 pounds)
-Muzzle Velocity........... 144.8 mps (475 fps)
-Minimum Range (Combat).... 10 meters (33 feet)
-Minimum Arming Range...... 10 meters (33 feet)
-Maximum Range............. 1,000 meters (3,300 feet)

Maximum Effective Ranges
-Stationary Target ...... 200 meters (660 feet)
-Moving Target........... 165 meters (541 feet)
(Beyond these ranges, there is less than a fifty percent chance of hitting the target.)

You can see the final results of using the weapon.

Information provided from:

The Military Analysis Network Website


The Enforcer was a good movie and i like that the LAWS Rocket he has very cool part of the movie.

Questions & Answers / Re: which movie is this?
« on: December 09, 2005, 08:58:12 AM »
High Plains Drifter

It's a great movie and the first Western Clint directed. It was released in 1973. Hope you get the chance to watch it soon.† :)

Yeah it was a great movie. I also like the poster to. ;D

Off-Topic Discussion / Does anyone live in Florida?
« on: October 28, 2005, 06:51:49 AM »
If anyone lives in Florida did you get hit by hurricane Wilma? :o :-\

Questions & Answers / Does anybody knows...?
« on: October 28, 2005, 06:49:50 AM »
Does anybody knows that if Clint Eastwood is going to be in the state of Florida? :-\ Cause if he comes here i would like to meet him. ;D O0

Eastwood News / Re: French Clint Blog!!!!
« on: October 19, 2005, 12:53:56 PM »
Wow :o

Clint Eastwood Westerns / Re: tuco or angle eyes
« on: October 08, 2005, 07:04:07 PM »
i think the worse >:D character is tuco cause he did a lot of damage to Clintand Angel eye didn't really hurt him so its tuco

Off-Topic Discussion / Who saw the VMA?
« on: August 29, 2005, 07:10:22 PM »
Did anyone see the VMA :o? Well i saw the beginning couldn't watch the rest cause of school >:( but it look cool 8).

Questions & Answers / Re: Clints Cars
« on: August 29, 2005, 07:04:30 PM »
Well i'll tell you this ^-^ i dont know but maybe somebody knows so.... :( dont worry

well i like your thoughts about the ending O0

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