A big +1 on these. I actually watched Way of the Gun with the directors commentary once and he said they really strived to get the technical aspects of the gun work as accurate as possible. Everything from firing the correct number of rounds, finger inside the trigger guard only when they were serious about shooting, etc... Although, he admitted there is a scene toward the end where they shot 12 rounds out of a 1911.
I'd like to also add Quigley Down Under to the list for some old school sniping action.
The fight scenes in Blook Diamond are good...especially some of DiCaprio's work.
Saving Private Ryan......when Billy Pepper's character is sniping Nazi's in rapid succession from the window in the church steeple. It was right before he get blown up from the tank's canon. Love that scene!!!!
A little bit off topic here but my wife and I recently went to see Couples Retreat with Vince Vaughn and there is a scene where Vaughns character is awaked by a noise downstairs and retrieves a handgun from a locked safe and goes to investigate. Its one of his stupid friends who is actually breaking in a sliding glass door and Vaughn nearly shoots him. The scene is played for laughs of course but I was expecting some lecture from the friend about how Vaughn nearly killed him or a tirade from his wife about why he insist on keeping that "stupid" gun in the house. Instead its barely mentioned and the tone seems to be that the friend character was an idiot for breaking in, not Vaughn for having a firearm. Not a big deal unless you've rolled your eyes at the some of the stupid things that are said in typical hollywood movies and it surprised me.