Evelyn Salt (Angelina Jolie)
Screen Used Live Firing Glock 19 Pistol
Item # P00616
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This live firing Glock 19 pistol (Serial # LGA180) was used by the character “Evelyn Salt” portrayed by actress Angelina Jolie in the 2010 motion picture “Salt” also starring Liev Schreiber. The actress used this gun in the extended battle sequence that takes place under St. Bart’s Cathedral in New York. After using the subway tunnels to sneak into the underground crypt, Salt attacks a Secret Service agent and knocks this Glock out of his hand before taking him down and then uses it to incapacitate a SWAT team member who arrives on the scene before making her way deeper into the labyrinth.
Ms. Jolie fired this Glock in the scene when Salt shoots the cathedral organ during her mission to kill the President of Russia while attending the American Vice Presidents funeral. A version of this Glock 19 is also featured in one of the official studio trailers for the movie, and Ms. Jolie can also be seen holding this type of Glock in a promotional image on the official website. The gun was set up to fire “quarter” loads for use in parts of the sequence and is in good screen used condition as seen in the film.
Accompanied by a letter of authenticity from the armorer and a copy of the rental records are included.
THE WEAPON CANNOT FIRE LIVE AMMUNITION AND HAS BEEN MODIFIED TO FIRE BLANKS ONLY. THE ITEM WILL BE ACCOMPANIED BY CERTIFICATION AND A COPY OF THE RENTAL RECORDS FROM THE WEAPONS SUPPLIER AND ON SET ARMORER WHO WORKED ON THE PRODUCTION. LEGAL COMPLIANCE WITH LOCAL LAWS AND SHIPPING TO A LICENSED FFL DEALER MAY BE REQUIRED TO BROKER PURCHASES IN SOME STATES. BUYERS SHOULD CONTACT A LOCAL FFL DEALER IN THEIR AREA PRIOR TO PURCHASING TO BE AWARE OF ALL APPLICABLE LEGAL REQUIREMENTS.
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