What is it with movies that have bullets "sparking" off of glass windshields, tree trunks,car door skins, etc? Bullets, (civilian) don't "spark" off of anything! They do leave "marks" which are usually left out. How about the sound of a bullet ricochetting off into the distance....and the scene is inside a 12'x12" room in a house? And talk about "high capacity".......how do those guys get 50-60 rounds out of a 1911 with NO reloads? I've seen both men and women in movies with BOTH index fingers on the trigger. Now.... I've shot some pistols that had an honest to goodness 12 lb. trigger pull.....but it didn't require both hands. Does anyone do any research on these things or is it just left up to the actor to screw up? Occasionally, you'll see something that incorporates proper weapons handling and techniques....but not very often. Maybe the general public doesn't know the difference anyway.......Hollywood!