Dead Man

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Dead Man (1995)



The following weapons were used in the film Dead Man:

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Rifles/Carbines

Winchester Model 1873

Some of the buffalo hunters on the train carry Winchester Model 1873 rifles. Marvin Throneberry (Jimmie Ray Weeks), a U.S. Marshal tracking Blake, also carries a Model '73.

Winchester Model 1873 carbine - 1st generation rifle - 44-40 Cal.
A buffalo hunter sits on the train with his Winchester '73.
Buffalo hunters behind the train fireman (Crispin Glover) fire Winchesters out the window.
A man in the street in Machine looks at Blake with a Winchester over his shoulder.
U.S. Marshals Lee Hazelwood with a Winchester '66 and Marvin Throneberry with a Winchester '73.
Marvin accidentally fires his Winchester, hitting Lee in the stomach, when he is shot by Blake.

Sharps 1874 Cavalry Carbine

Several characters, including the buffalo hunters and British soldiers (in Nobody's flashback) carry Sharps Carbines.

Sharps 1874 Cavalry Carbine - .45-70.
A buffalo hunter can be seen firing his Sharps in the background.
In Nobody's flashback, the British soldiers who kidnap him have Sharps rifles.
A shotgun and a Sharps rifle are visible on the wall behind the trading post missionary.

Springfield 1873 Trapdoor Carbine

The Trapdoor Springfield 1873 Carbine appears to be the rifle carried by Benmont Tench (Jared Harris).

1873 Springfield Trapdoor Carbine - .45-70 Cal.
Benmont Tench aims his Springfield Carbine at Big George.

Henry 1860

Bounty hunter Conway Twill (Michael Wincott) keeps a Henry 1860 as his long gun.

Henry 1860 brass-frame - .44 Rimfire (RF).
In front of Conway is his Henry 1860, leaning against the desk. Wilson's long range Sharps rifle leans on the desk in front of him.

Sharps 1874 Long Range

Cole Wilson (Lance Henriksen) carries a Sharps 1874 Long Range with a telescopic sight.

Sharps 1874 Long Range rifle w/ 34" barrel, Vernier peep sight, and Lyman Beach front sight - .45-70.
Wilson checks his Sharps rifle.
Wilson aims his Sharps.
Wilson grabs his Sharps off his horse after being shot by an Indian arrow.

Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy" Rifle

U.S. Marshal Lee Hazelwood (Mark Bringleson) carries a Winchester 1866 "Yellow Boy" Rifle. Blake (Johnny Depp) later takes this rifle and, after killing another man with it, offers it to Nobody (Gary Farmer), who fires it in the final scene.

Winchester 1866 "Yellow Boy" Rifle - .44 RF.
The U.S. Marshals with their Winchesters.
When Nobody comments on Blake's "new weapon", Blake tells him he got a "Winchester" that he took off a "dead white man".
Nobody takes Blake's Winchester Yellow Boy.
Blake with the Winchester '66 inside the missionary's trading post.

Revolvers

Colt 1860 Army

The man being "serviced" in the alley (Gibby Haines) when Blake first arrives in Machine aims a Colt 1860 Army at Blake. Johnny "the Kid" Pickett (Eugene Byrd) also carries two Colt Army revolvers.

Colt 1860 Army .44 caliber.
The man draws his Colt Army.
The man aims at Blake.
The three bounty hunters practice drawing their revolvers inside Dickinson's office. Johnny is on the far left with a Colt Army.
Johnny holsters his Colt Army inside Dickinson's office.


Single Action Army

William Blake (Johnny Depp) discovers a blued Single Action Army Quickdraw model under Thel Russell's (Mili Avital) pillow, which she promptly places under her pillow. After using the SAA to shoot Charlie, Blake takes it and carries it through the rest of the film. Bounty hunter Cole Wilson (Lance Henriksen) carries a nickel Quickdraw SAA.

Colt Single Action Army w/ 4.75" barrel, case colored and blued, referred to as "Quick-Draw" or "Civilian" model - .45 Long Colt.
Blake looks at Thel's revolver, which she warns him is loaded.
Blake fires at Charlie.
The three bounty hunters practice drawing their revolvers inside Dickinson's office. Wilson is on the far right with his nickel SAA.
Wilson draws his SAA on Conway to shut him up briefly.
Blake looks at the SAA in his hand when Nobody tells him that it will replace his mouth.
Blake fires at the fur traders.
Blake shoots U.S. Marshal Lee Hazelwood, asking him if he's familiar with his poetry.
Blake with his SAA.
Blake approaches Nobody

Smith & Wesson Schofield

Charlie Dickinson (Gabriel Byrne) shoots Thel Russell with a blued Smith & Wesson Schofield. The bullet apparently passes through Thel, killing her, and enters Blake's chest next to his heart.

Smith & Wesson Schofield Model 3 with blued finish - .45 Schofield. (right side)
Charlie draws his S&W Schofield.
Charlie's Schofield lays on the ground next to him after Blake shoots him in the neck.

Colt 1860 Army Pocket

Bounty hunter Conway Twill (Michael Wincott) also carries two customized Colt 1860 Army revolvers cut down to a more compact "Pocket" size.

The three bounty hunters practice drawing their revolvers inside Dickinson's office. Conway is in the center.
Conway reholsters his Colt Army Pocket.
Conway holds one of his Colt Army Pockets on Johnny.

Colt 1849 Pocket

The trading post missionary (Alfred Molina) attempts to draw a Colt 1849 Pocket but Blake knocks it away from him and shoots him with his SAA. Blake then takes the Colt 1849 Pocket and holds it in the canoe as he and Nobody float away.

Colt 1849 Pocket with 4" barrel - .31 caliber
The missionary draws his Colt Pocket on Blake.
The missionary's Colt Pocket sits on the desk next to Blake's bloody wanted poster.
Blake inside the canoe with the Colt Pocket.
Blake with the Colt Pocket.

Shotguns

12 Gauge Double Barreled shotgun

John Dickinson (Robert Mitchum) carries a double-barreled shotgun with exposed hammers while inside his office. Behind his desk is a portrait of him standing with his shotgun as well. "Big George" Drakoulious (Billy Bob Thornton) also has a double-barreled shotgun, which Nobody (Gary Farmer) takes after slashing his neck. Nobody then tosses the shotgun to William Blake (Johnny Depp).

Charles Parker 1878 Side by Side Shotgun - 12 Gauge. The Parker Gun Company was absorbed into Remington in 1934.
Dickinson holds his shotgun on Blake.
Blake stares down the barrels of Dickinson's shotgun.
Dickinson and his shotgun.
Dickinson sets the shotgun on his desk.
Big George aims his shotgun at Blake.
Nobody fires the shotgun as he handles it.
Blake holds Big George's shotgun.



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