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A Band Apart
The following weapons were used in the film Pulp Fiction:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Star Model B
Hitman Jules Winnfield (Samuel L. Jackson) carries a 9mm Star Model B throughout the film. Some audience members and critics have been confused due to the Model B's visual similarity to the .45 ACP 1911 series (like Vincent's Auto-Ordnance M1911A1), which has led to some listing Jule's reference to his gun as "Mister nine-millimeter" as a goof, but as the Star Model B is a 9mm gun, it is not a mistake.
Screen-used Nickel-plated Star Model B from the movie Pulp Fiction
- 9x19mm Parabellum. This is the actual weapon that was wielded by Samuel L. Jackson
in the film.
"We should have shotguns for this kind of deal."
Jules (Samuel L. Jackson
) checks the load in his Star Model B as they prepare to enter the apartment.
Jules investigates the bullet holes left by Man #4's Taurus. Note the pistol's hammer is down though it had just been fired - Jules had actually decocked the Star just before he says "..This was divine intervention."
Under the table at the restaurant, Jules cocks the hammer on his Star Model B.
Jules holds his Model B on "Ringo". He refers to his pistol as "Mister nine-millimeter", which is correct as the Star pistol is chambered for that round.
"Ringo" (Tim Roth
) looks down the barrel of Jules' Star Model B
. Note the external extractor, which would not be present on a 1911.
Jules continues to hold the Model B as he refuses to give Ringo the case.
Hitman Vincent Vega (John Travolta) carries a chromed .45 Auto-Ordnance M1911A1 with pearl grips as his handgun in the film.
Screen-used Chromed Auto-Ordinance M1911A1 from the movie Pulp Fiction
- .45 ACP. This is the actual weapon that was wielded by John Travolta
in the movie.
Vincent holds the M1911A1 as he and Jules take aim at "Man #4".
Much to the chagrin of Marvin (Phil LaMarr), Vincent demonstrates poor trigger discipline with his M1911A1 while talking with him.
Smith & Wesson Model 30
While robbing the diner, Ringo, a.k.a Pumpkin, (Tim Roth) uses a Smith & Wesson Model 30, as denoted by its slenderness and J-frame parts.
Screen-used Smith & Wesson Model 30 from the movie Pulp Fiction
- .32 S&W. This is the actual weapon that was wielded by Tim Roth
in the film.
Ringo with his Model 30 during the robbery.
Smith & Wesson Model 40 Centennial
While robbing the diner, Yolanda, a.k.a. Honey Bunny, (Amanda Plummer), uses a hammerless Smith & Wesson Model 40 Centennial revolver with a flat cylinder latch and 4-screw frame.
Screen-used Smith & Wesson Model 40 from the movie Pulp Fiction
- .38 Special. This is the actual weapon wielded by Amanda Plummer
in the film. Image from Prop Store of London.
Opposite side view of the S&W Model 40 from Pulp Fiction
- .38 Special. Image from Prop Store of London.
A production still shows Yolanda (Amanda Plummer
) wielding her Smith & Wesson Model 40.
Yolanda pulls out her Model 40 when announcing her intention to rob the diner.
Yolanda aims her S&W Model 40 at Jules when he talks to "Ringo".
Smith & Wesson 4506
Marsellus Wallace (Ving Rhames) pulls a Smith & Wesson 4506 with adjustable sights after surviving being struck by Butch's white 1980 Honda Civic at a stoplight. Butch (Bruce Willis) also is seen with the 4506 during the following scuffle with Marsellus.
Screen-used Smith & Wesson 4506 from the movie Pulp Fiction
- .45 ACP. This is the actual weapon wielded by both Ving Rhames
and Bruce Willis
in the film.
Taurus Model 689
"Man #4" (Alexis Arquette) bursts out of the bathroom with a Taurus Model 689 chambered in .357 Magnum with a custom ported barrel. Man #4 empties the revolver but despite the close range, neither Jules nor Vincent are hit. Afterwards, they remark on the size of the man's "hand cannon" and Jules comes to believe that God deflected the bullets. (Thanks to Phoenixent, who confirmed that the revolver was a Taurus Model 689.)
Taurus Model 689 - .357 Magnum
Man #4 reacts to hearing Brett's shooting.
Man #4 empties his revolver at Jules and Vincent, missing with all six shots.
When he returns to his apartment to retrieve his father's watch, Butch Coolidge (Bruce Willis) finds a suppressed MAC-10 on his kitchen counter. The MAC-10 belonged to Marsellus Wallace, who left it on the kitchen counter while going out to get himself and Vincent some breakfast (this being confirmed in the trivia track (bonus feature) on the Collector's Edition DVD of the film released in 2002). In the script, the weapon is described as an Sa. Vz.61 Skorpion.
MAC-10 with suppressor - 9x19mm
Butch (Bruce Willis
) finds the suppressed MAC-10 on his counter.
Butch with the suppressed MAC-10.
Maynard (Duane Whitaker) pulls a Remington 870 with an extended barrel and magazine tube to end the fight between Marsellus and Butch. Marsellus is also seen with the Remington.
Remington 870 Police Magnum Riot Shotgun with extended mag tube - 12 Gauge
Butch surrenders to Maynard, who is holding the shotgun.
With the shotgun in his hand, Maynard goes to call Zed.
"You hear me talkin', hillbilly boy? I ain't through with you by a damned sight! I'm gonna get medieval on your ass!"
Marsellus holds the Remington 870
as Butch looks on in the background.
Beretta 92FS Inox
What appears to be a Beretta 92FS Inox appears on the poster for the film, though no such gun is ever actually featured in the film itself.
Beretta 92FS Inox - 9x19mm
The iconic poster for the film features Uma Thurman
laying just behind what appears to be a drawn Beretta 92FS Inox. This weapon never appears in the film, nor does Uma Thurman's character Mia Wallace ever wield a firearm in the film.