OK You all know that standard, typical assault rifles carry so rounds but yet in the movies it`s like they carry 100 bullets instead because those guys fire for a long time without reloading... In reality an AK-47 should have used up 30 rounds in 3 seconds
more like 4/5 seconds, whats the point of the topic should this not be in the film section or something?
AK-47 Rate of fire: 600 rounds per minute So it depletes 10 rounds every second OK the point of this topic is that does it really take that long to use up 30 bullets?
He has a point..
Yeah, I never thought about that until now. That is strange...
I can think of three solutions:
1. When they duck for cover they reload without you noticing because the camera is focusing on someone else.
2. The film is as realistic as a talking pink rubber trout (which is quite unrealistic).
3. During the process filming they cock up with the guns and not realise it.
hehe its a film who cares?!? it woud not be injoy otherwize.
ha, yeah, I've noticed that. There's this old show called "combat," in a WWII setting, I dunno if any of you have seen it cuz it's so old. But none of these guys ever reload, it's pretty funny if you watching it and you realize that. :D
You're right. I've seen that show Combat, its pretty funny, and its true, they never reload. I was watching James Bond and noticed he reloads his Walter PPK after firing nearly 30 rounds, unless its coming to a point where it shows he only has a few left. Also, in movies, when the lead character kills someone and runs out of ammo, why doesn't he ever pick up the enemies weapon? Let's say James Bond runs out of pistol ammo after he kills a guard wielding an AK-74, he never picks up the AK, instead, he hides and runs away, even though he has a tactical advantage of height or body armour or something.
I take what n0e says way too seriously
25th August 2003
ya that is wired maybe it's because they don't went to have half of the gun fight just them reloading