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Most Famous Weapons Used in Hollywood

Everyone in America loves Hollywood and the movies that she produces. Not everyone in America loves guns and things that could potentially kill people. That being said, on many occasions, both forces have combined to stretch our imaginations and have produced some of the world’s most bad butt mother trucker items. Read on to see what all the buzz is about.

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Optic Blast - ‘X-Men’

Optic Blast - ‘X-Men’

It seems that, as far as the X-Men movie series is concerned, Wolverine’s kitty claws are the only things catching any of the general public’s attention. Cyclops, one of Hugh Jackman's less hairy lackeys, however, employs a pair of intense glasses that have a bit more than UV 400 protection; they also shoot really scary lights at people to keep the X-Men gang safe.

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Bruce Lee - ‘Fist of Fury,’ ‘Enter the Dragon,’ etc.

Bruce Lee - ‘Fist of Fury,’ ‘Enter the Dragon,’ etc.

Bruce Lee, when asked why he hadn’t taken the time to obtain karate’s prestigious black belt, responded saying, “Belts are only good for holding up your pants.” Chuck Norris almost qualified for the seventh slot on our countdown except he can’t do pushups with his index finger.

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Bullwhip - ‘Indiana Jones’

Bullwhip - ‘Indiana Jones’

Keeping people safe with a long strand of braided leather is impressive and deserves recognition. Also, from a fashion standpoint, Indiana Jones made many American men think that the fedora hat was a good, safe option for them.

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M16A1 - ‘Scarface’

M16A1 - ‘Scarface’

If you haven’t said, “Say hello to my little friend,” then you probably haven’t seen “Scarface.” If you haven’t seen “Scarface” and you have said, “Say hello to my little friend,” you were probably just introducing a buddy that’s smaller than you. Either way, it’s so chill.

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Shield - ‘Captain America’

Shield - ‘Captain America’

When most people think of shields, they think of a more formal, sturdy way of hiding behind something when acting the part of the common, safe-seeking coward. Captain America turns the tables on all shield naysayers and uses his to both deflect gun shots and act really, really tough and patriotic.

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Proton Pack - ‘Ghostbusters’

Proton Pack - ‘Ghostbusters’

Bill Murray could wave a slice of deli ham at a ghost and it would be cool. Nobody really remembers what a proton is, but where ham slices fail in ghost elimination, protons do a super good job.

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Golden Gun - ‘The Man With The Golden Gun’

Golden Gun - ‘The Man With The Golden Gun’

Thanks to Nintendo 64’s Goldeneye 007 video game, everyone knows that this gun is extremely efficient when it comes to cyber killing. Well, actually it’s not; respawning continues to plague the gun’s level of performance.

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Lightsaber - ‘Star Wars’

Lightsaber - ‘Star Wars’

Flashlights skyrocketed in popularity for imaginative children when these insane lightbulbs broke onto the scene and anything that has adult men forking over exorbitant amounts of cash for a replica (toy) must be thrilling.

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Lucas Miller writes for Fusion 360, an advertising agency in Utah. He writes for Fort Knox and many other clients.

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