Everybody authorized to carry a sidearm is trying to get their hands on one.
Smith and Wesson Model 10 Revolver Previous basic issue sidearm, now superseded by the Glock 17.
It is a fairly standard service sidearm available at present only in minor calibers, but shortly to be had in 45 ACP.
He suggested that Indy, who always wore a sidearm, could simply shoot the other man rather than fight him, and one of the most classic scenes in the movie was created.
The weapons of the Franc Garde consisted usually of a pistol sidearm, carried in a brown leather holster attached to a brown belt worn over the blue jacket (which also had cargo pockets along the lower part of the jacket).
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