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In Reservoir Dogs, Mr. Orange (Freddy) switches guns between the bar scene and the killing of the woman in her car, indicating his loss of sense of self once he understands the consequences of his actions.

Is this switch the first sign of his character heading down a path that cannot be undone?

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I'm sorry, but you might have to add a little more information to the question in the future. I had to look for the tag to see what movie you were talking about, and even though it's my #2 film it took me a while to realize who Freddy is. The entire world knows him as Mr. Orange, you know that right? –  Stephan Muller Dec 5 '11 at 9:12

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I've seen Reservoir Dogs a lot of times, and I recently read a book that dissected most of Tarantino's movies, but it's never come to my attention that he even switched guns.

Knowing Tarantino's work I'd say that it's entirely possible this is in fact a hint, or even a metaphor. Then again, this was his first full-feature movie and it might just as well be a continuity error.

In fact, I can't even find it among IMDB's 'goofs' for Reservoir Dogs. I might have to re-watch the movie to see the difference in guns. To be continued.

update: This page offers some insight in the guns used in Reservoir Dogs: http://www.imfdb.org/wiki/Reservoir_Dogs

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