Good point. Don't you just love those movies where an auto is cocked half a dozen times just to give the EFFECTOverHung said:I would not draw historical reference from either of these two movies. If the guns were not physically cocked on screen, the audience would not know the actors were really serious.
Look at all of the Dirty Harry movies, pulling the gun never frightened the bad guy, only when it was cocked, was a proper response offered.
DDGator said:I watched "The Hunted" last night and in one scene the female cop draws down on the bad guy with her Glock and a mysterious "cocking" noise is heard -- must be a single action Glock with an external hammer!