Good Guns, Bad Guns

Good Guns, Bad Guns

Gun Rights

Cops And Robbers has never been this serious. Certain guns tend to get used exclusively by either heroes or villains. Much of this is simply because the vast majority of TV shows are made and/or set in NATO countries. For example, the popularity of AK-pattern weapons as "bad-guy guns" is easily explained by the vast quantities of the weapon which were manufactured by the Soviet Union and People’s Republic of China and sold to Third World nations during the Cold War , which just happened to be enemies of America. Additionally, the huge quantities of AKs that got shipped all over the world meant they were so cheap that almost anyone, criminals and insurgents included, could buy them by the dozen and plenty of ammunition to go with them, while the design was widespread enough that clandestine arms factories could churn them out in large numbers. "Good" guns : Any AR-15 type weapon, especially the M16, ACR, HK416 and M4. As the sidearm of the US military from 1985 to 2017, the Beretta M9 or 92F/S, unless it’s the Inox variant. The Taurus PT92 also counts too, as its often used to stand in for the M9 in some productions. Most weapons of the Allied forces (particularly the American and British forces) of World War I and World War II , such as the M1 Garand, M1 Carbine, Owen Gun, Sten Gun, Bren Gun, Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk III* or No. 4 Mk I, Webley Mark VI Revolver, Lewis […]

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