If you are a fan of action movies you are probably familiar with the sight of Arnold Schwarzenegger vanquishing 70+ people during the climactic gunfight in Commando. The Official Harry Callahan’s ESTD 1971 Shooting Range & Gun Club Shirt suicidal villains with a gun that never needs reloading. I love how absurd the scene is, and after watching it again. I wanted to know how many bullets flew past Arnold during the melee. In order to figure out the number of bullets that missed, I rewatched the movie, scoured through various “kill count” videos, researched the weapons. And analyzed every gun-burst to ensure my guess was somewhat plausible.
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After watching each kill and calculating the number of bullets shot. I think that at least 3,007 bullets flew past Matrix. This means each soldier shot an average of 41 bullets at Matrix and missed. This is kind of awesome because it seems like Matrix is capable of dodging bullets (John Matrix > Neo). I’m happy with the 41 bullet average because half of the Official Harry Callahan’s ESTD 1971 Shooting Range & Gun Club Shirt. The M60 bullets added greatly to the total (340 bullets). And I think the four soldiers who had the high ground shot three clips each (90 bullets per roof shooter – 360). The rest of the “soldiers” were able to unload at least one magazine (840 bullets).
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As someone who just bought the Official Harry Callahan’s ESTD 1971 Shooting Range & Gun Club Shirt. Let me commend your dedication. Also, Arnold feeds a baby deer by hand in this movie and I love it. That movie has some of the most hilarious deaths I ever have seen, both big bads and peon soldiers. It also has one of the worst commentary tracks I ever tried to hear. The amount of time the commentator talked about the shopping mall (which no longer exists) and the super-serious way he talked about the movie like it was Citizen Kane verged on self-parody. I remember when this movie came out, my mom read an article where it had the highest “kill total” of any movie to date. So when we watched it, I and my brothers I counted them all.