Robert Duvall kevin kostner and robert duvall gunfight from open range by Editor September 14, 2020, 10:28 am 45 Comments See more Previous article Robin Williams Rare, Exclusive Performance: Stand-Up at Al-Asad, Iraq, 19 Dec 2004 Next article Robert Downey Jr. on Marvel, Fitness, Food, and More 45 Comments Leave a Reply Costner is clearly very knowledgeable with guns and thus was well aware of the too many shots he fired when he feathered his six shooter SAA… but he always wanted to shoot such a scene in which he fires consecutive shots beyond the capacity of an SAA, he stated in an interview, and it was great fun to shoot these scenes, he said. It was his own movie, he made a personal dream come true, even when faced with financial setbacks during the production. Consequently he and other committed actors had to fill in due to the funding shortfall and could only thereby finish the movie. That's why he's even more proud of it. And he probably doesn't give a flying f*** about anybody counting the shots fired from their SAAs… it was on purpose, because it sounded great, for the show, not because they wouldn't know how many shots a six shooter could only fire irl (they were loading and firing it with their own hands) 😉 Reply I'm amazed, given the level of training of these townspeople, that they didn't hit Duvall whilst providing suppressing fire. Reply 🔥🔥 WOW. This film changed my life, period. 1:25 💙🎬 👇👇👇👇🔥 Reply One of the most underrated westerns ever. This shootout, in my opinion, is one of the best, if not the best shootout on film. The sound production is fantastic. Reply Thanks for posting this. I’m showing the DVD to my girlfriend and it skipped the part where Boss kills Baxter Reply oh, those fabled 13-shot Hollywood pistols! At least, they were firing black powder blanks. Lotsa smoke, and the sound is about right. Reply That was a very impressively Experience back then in the Cinema, never forget! Thanks a lot to the "maker´s" and "actor´s"!! Reply But I will still be breathing in another minute. Reply pew pew pew Reply Esa era la verdadera justicia , sin maldito abogados y jueces. THAT WAS THE TRUE JUSTICE WITH NO FUCKING LAWYERS O JUDGES. Reply Great finish. A good western is gold. Reply 0:17 boy that shotgun ant no joke Reply Kevin Costner's best movie. Reply In the exchange between Boss and Baxter, it appeared Boss took one in the stomach. Then he just gets up and walks away holding his stomach, and that was it. Like nothing happened for the rest of the movie. I guess that 45 just dissolved. Reply Love how at the end.. the whole town is shooting lol Reply Lmao they even killed the marshal hahah Reply 3:00 Reply Best part 7:02 just imagine how satisfying it would be to be in the victor in that situation and tell your nemesis what you feel he has wronged you with and who he truly is as he dies. Reply Great movie and message. The powers aka corrupt politicians and banksters keep pushing ,taking and blatantly stealing from the hard working people of America! Everything illegal and against our constitution and most importantly against the laws of almighty God! This needs to happen! Reply Cut out some of the best parts 2.51 guy in the barn Reply This is the most realistic gunfight I've ever seen in movies. Reply Best western movie of all time. Costner & Duvall were tough as nails. Reply 5:56 "IM COMING FOR YOU YOU SON OF A BITCH" WHY DO I FIND IT SO FUNNY Reply 0:33 did I miscount or was that 9 shots in a row? Reply He borrowed that 16 shooter from Chuck Norris. Reply What a fantastic piece of cinema. Even years later it is glorious and holds up so well. The soundtrack is memorable as well. Reply i love how Duval was the one to finish Baxter. Reply when men were men. Now the libtards and the feminists have pussified all the men. remember what he told her at the end how's this marriage going to work if you don't do what I say. that's a man Reply Costner it’s been 15 years since you directed, I hope to see you back in the director’s chair again. Reply I’m not a big fan of western but this one is just awesome period Reply I counted 17 shots. No reloading! Reply He had two guns and a rifle — thus the 13 shots. Reply glad to have been part of this scene and movie, fine film a rarity Reply In that fist skirmish,, Kevin Costner fired around 12 shots from a pistol that holds 6,, without ever reloading,, wow! Reply this is no gunfight this is war 🙂 Reply Oooohhh clickbait Reply They reload but won't show you. Reply Kevin Kostner uses one of those magical Hollywood guns, it takes 6 bullets in the pistols chamber, but just count how many times it fires, lost count at 10 Reply Definitely an awesome movie Reply what clown edited this Reply Fukin pussys counting shots. Reply Tom Horn (Steve McQueen) is a great movie based on a true person. Reply He should have killed the last guy. I was with Kostner. You don't just let someone shoot at you and walk away. You and everyone you know will have to look over their shoulder the rest of their lives. Reply All right, I'm really confused. What approximate year would this depict? Next, does any one know the total amount of rounds, pistol, rifle and shotgun, fired in this gunfight? I kept count of the rounds shot by Kevin Kostner in just the opening scene. I just do not know how a revolver of that time could have had more than six rounds. Does anyone know the make and model of the handguns in this fight? Reply he was shooting like Bob Munden…so it was a 26 shot revolver!!! LMFAO!!! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.