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This flick was moderately entertaining.
Another goof was at about 1 hour into the film. Rourke is stuffing the big straight walled .45-70 cartridges into his rifle as he chews up one of his hapless prey. For just a half second you can see the head stamp on the cartridge. It is manufactured by R P, or Remington Peter's. Well the movie is set in 1873 but Remington Peter's did not exist prior to 1887. Nice try though.
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