Rally Vincent and Minnie May Hopkins are just a pair of gun shop owners who do a bit of bounty hunting to make ends meet when a Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms agent comes to them. Using the threat of arresting them for their lack of a retail license for their merchandise and the resulting unpaid taxes, he forces them to agree to cooperate in a sting to break a gun running ring. They have an initial success, but that brings new problems as the ring's leader brings in a merciless assassin to eliminate these new enemies. It will take all their skill, allies and some luck to come out this crisis alive. Written by
Kenneth Chisholm <email@example.com>
[after a witness is killed, Black shows Bill a print out of who had access to his safe house]
You wanna tell me what this means, Bill? Well? Tell me the truth.
But sir...you can't think that I...those guys were my friends!
I want you off this case, now.
You can't! You don't really think I'm guilty do you?
I'm finding it hard to deny that there's a major leak in your investigation.
Then let me handle it!
Bill, this isn't a field of honor, it's a war! Do you want to win medals or...
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For the original audience, it was probably a look into America-- though not neccesarilly accurate with everything. Excellent animation-- especially the driving scenes and gun battles. Clever all the way around.
Looking at it with the Clinton years and the BATF, it becomes rather ironic: The heroine is a gun store owner while the villains were the head of the ATF and an anti-gun politician. If made in America, it would be labelled "right-wing propaganda."
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