Star Model B

It may look a lot like an M1911, but it isn't. The Star is a Spanish design that was used predominantly by latin countries up to the early 90s - it's similarity to the 1911 is so striking that it is often used in the movies as a substitute. Not in Pulp Fiction though..... Jules knows what he's holding when he refers to "Mr. 9mm here". Fancy a 9mm?
Star Model B

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Just about the most prevalent cartridge in the world today, surely everyone has heard of a 9mm - be it in the battlefield as the standard NATO handgun cartridge or the mean streets of your local ghetto, the 9mm Luger/Parabellum is absolutely everywhere. Introduced in 1902 the 9mm has become accepted world-wide as the de facto handgun round, boosted in the 80's with the US Army's adoption of the M9 (essentially a Beretta 92F), which uses these 9x19mm cartridges. Beloved of rappers, cops, robbers and just about every armed force...

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Pulp Fiction

This film shows the lives of two clumsy hitmen on a mission to recover a stolen suitcase for the mob, one of whom is thinking of retiring after surviving a gun attack thanks to an incredible "miracle". His partner then accidentally shoots their informant in a car, and they hurriedly try to hide the evidence. “Ezekiel 25:17 - The path of the righteous man is beset on all sides by the inequities of the selfish and the tyranny of evil men.” Meanwhile, at their local diner, two lovers have crazily...

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