How the West Was Won

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I'll be capping this one tonight, expect the page to be complete by 6/1/2010. - [[User:Speakeasy804|Speakeasy804]] 14:50, 30 May 2010 (UTC)
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[[Image:Howest-poster.jpg|thumb|right|350px|''How the West Was Won'' (1962)]]
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== Kentucky rifle ==
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== Kentucky Flintlock Rifle ==
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Linus Rawlings ([[James Stewart]]), the beaver felt trader and "mountain man", carries a [[Kentucky Flintlock Rifle]] when he is seen riding his horse while among the Native Americans before meeting up with the Prescott family in present-day Ohio in 1839. Colin Harvey takes his father Alec's flintlock rifle when Linus first arrives at their camp. "Colonel" Jeb Hawkins' band of river pirates also carry flintlock rifles when they accost the Prescotts and Harveys. During the 1850s sequence, men riding in the wagon train west to California fire flintlock rifles at the attacking Cheyenne Indians. Some of the Indians seen during the 1860s railroad sequence also carry flintlock rifles, including one that fires at Zeb Rawlings.
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[[Image:Kentuckyrifle.jpg|thumb|none|450px|Kentucky Rifle - .50, .45, or .36 caliber.]]
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[[Image:Howest-flintr1.jpg|thumb|none|600px|Linus holds his flintlock rifle in his left hand.]]
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[[Image:Howest-flintr2.jpg|thumb|none|600px|Colin Harvey stands next to his father Alec as Zebulon Prescott ([[Karl Malden]]) confronts Linus Rawlings.]]
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[[Image:Howest-flintp2.jpg|thumb|none|600px|One of Hawkins' river pirates with a flintlock rifle.]]
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[[Image:Howest-flintr3.jpg|thumb|none|600px|Men in the wagon train to California fire flintlock rifles at the Cheyennes.]]
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[[Image:Howest-flintr4.jpg|thumb|none|600px|A man shoots at a Cheyenne just before he is shot and killed with an arrow.]]
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[[Image:Howest-flintr5.jpg|thumb|none|600px|One of the men in Cleve and Lil's wagon train holds a flintlock rifle.]]
  
Alec Harvey keeps a Kentucky flintlock rifle which his son Colin grabs when Linus Rawlings ([[Jimmy Stewart]]) first arrives. Some of Col. Jeb Hawkins ([[Walter Brennan]]) men uses Flintlock rifles when they battle the Prescotts. Men in the Wagons during the Indian attack fire Kentucky rifles at the Cheyennes. The Indian that shoot at Zeb Rawlings ([[George Peppard]]) uses a Kentucky Rifle also.
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== Flintlock Pistol ==
[[Image:Kentuckyrifle.jpg|thumb|none|500px|Kentucky Rifle - .50, .45, or .36 caliber.]]
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Several of "Colonel" Jeb Hawkins' river pirates (including one played by [[Lee Van Cleef]]) use various types of [[Flintlock Pistol]]s. Hawkins ([[Walter Brennan]]) himself also uses one.
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[[Image:Howest-flintp1.jpg|thumb|none|600px|[[Lee Van Cleef]] holds a flintlock pistol in the foreground as Hawkins holds a double-barreled model to his left.]]
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[[Image:Howest-flintp3.jpg|thumb|none|600px|[[Lee Van Cleef]] with his single-barreled flintlock pistol.]]
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[[Image:Howest-flintp4.jpg|thumb|none|600px|One of Hawkins' pirates with his own pistol just before Hawkins accidentally shoots him.]]
  
==[[Springfield 1861]]==
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== unidentified revolver ==
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Cleve Van Valen ([[Gregory Peck]]), a St. Louis gambler, tries to gamble during the wagon trip to California by betting a "fine London-made pistol". When the Cheyennes attack, Cleve sticks the revolver in his belt. However, when he draws it, it appears to be a much larger handgun (perhaps a [[Colt 1851 Navy]] based on the shape).
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[[Image:Howest-rev1.jpg|thumb|none|600px|Cleve offers his "fine London-made pistol" in the poker game.]]
  
All of the Civil War soldiers including Zeb Rawlings ([[George Peppard]]) are seen using Springfield 1861 flintlock rifles. Zebs was broken in the movie and was only able to have his bayonet which he uses to kill the reb ([[Russ Tamblyn]]) when he tries to shoot Generals Grant ([[Harry Morgan]]) and Sherman ([[John Wayne]]).
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== Springfield 1861 ==
[[Image:Springfield1861.jpg|thumb|none|500px|Springfield 1861 - .58 caliber minie ball.]]
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The Union soldiers during the Civil War battles seen between 1862 and 1865 carry [[Springfield 1861]] rifles. Zeb Rawlings ([[George Peppard]]) has one as well, but it broke during an April 1862 battle, leaving only his bayonet as a useful combat weapon.
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[[Image:Springfield1861.jpg|thumb|none|450px|Springfield 1861 - .58 caliber minie ball.]]
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[[Image:Howest-s61a.jpg|thumb|none|600px|A soldier stands with his Springfield rifle during a burial of the dead.]]
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[[Image:Howest-s61b.jpg|thumb|none|600px|Union soldiers run towards battle with their Springfields.]]
  
 
== Colt 1851 Navy ==
 
== Colt 1851 Navy ==
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A young Confederate soldier, "The Reb" ([[Russ Tamblyn]]), shows Zeb a [[Colt 1851 Navy]] that he took from a dead officer and uses to try and shoot General Grant ([[Harry Morgan]]) and General Sherman ([[John Wayne]]). This is also possibly the revolver used by Cleve ([[Gregory Peck]]) to shoot a couple Cheyennes.
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[[Image:1851Navy.jpg|thumb|none|350px|Colt 1851 Navy .36 caliber.]]
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[[Image:Howest-rev2.jpg|thumb|none|600px|Cleve shoots a Cheyenne Indian.]]
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[[Image:Howest-colt51a.jpg|thumb|none|600px|The Reb shows Zeb his Colt 1851 Navy.]]
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[[Image:Howest-colt51b.jpg|thumb|none|600px|The Reb watches the generals talk.]]
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[[Image:Howest-colt51c.jpg|thumb|none|600px|The Reb aims his Colt at the generals.]]
  
The Reb ([[Russ Tamblyn]]) is seen with a Colt 1851 Navy which he took off a dead officer. He uses it to try and shoot Generals Grant ([[Harry Morgan]]) and Sherman ([[John Wayne]]) before being stabbed by Zeb Rawlings ([[George Peppard]]).
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== Henry 1860 ==
[[Image:1851Navy.jpg|thumb|none|450px|Colt 1851 Navy .36 caliber.]]
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Buffalo hunter Jethro Stuart ([[Henry Fonda]]) carries a [[Henry 1860]] as his main weapon during the 1860s railroad sequence. Mike King ([[Richard Widmark]]) and Lt. Zeb Rawlings ([[George Peppard]]) also arm themselves with Henry rifles when the Indians attack the railroad with buffalo. An Indian who shoots at Zeb also carries a Henry rifle.
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[[Image:Henry.jpg|thumb|none|450px|Henry 1860 brass-frame - .44 Rimfire (RF).]]
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[[Image:Howest-henry1.jpg|thumb|none|600px|The Indian aims at Zeb Rawlings.]]
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[[Image:Howest-henry2.jpg|thumb|none|600px|Mike King takes a Henry rifle from one of his men.]]
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[[Image:Howest-henry3.jpg|thumb|none|600px|Mike and Zeb with their Henry rifles.]]
  
== Colt Single Action Army ==
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== Remington 1858 New Army ==
 
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Lt. Zeb Rawlings ([[George Peppard]]) carries a holstered [[Remington 1858 New Army]] revolver when the Army assigns him to watch the railroad in the late 1860s.
During the Wild West segment of the film all of Charlie Gant ([[Eli Wallach]]) men uses Single Action Army including Gant himself. [[Harry Dean Stanton]] plays one of Gants men and he too uses a Single Action Army. Zeb Rawlings ([[George Peppard]]) uses a Single Action Army to shoot Charlie Gant ([[Eli Wallach]]). Marshall Lou Ramsey ([[Lee J. Cobb]]) also has a Single Action Army holstered.
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[[Image:Howest-rem1.jpg|thumb|none|600px|Zeb draws his Remington when meeting with the Indians.]]
[[Image:ColtSAA475barrel.jpg|thumb|none|400px|[[Colt Single Action Army]] w/ 4.75" barrel, case colored and blued, referred to as "Quick-Draw" or "Civilian" model. ]]
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[[Image:Howest-rem2.jpg|thumb|none|600px|Zeb unloads his Remington to show his intentions of peace.]]
 
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==[[Flintlock Pistol]]==
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Col. Jeb Hawkins ([[Walter Brennan]]) uses a Flintlock pistol as his main sidearm which he uses to hold up the Prescotts and accidentally shoot his own man. One of Hawkinses own men is seen firing a Flintlock pistol at one of Alec Harveys sons before Hawkins shoots him by mistake.
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[[Image:sparroflintlock.jpg|thumb|none|350px|Flintlock pistol.]]
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==[[Winchester Model 1873]]==
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Marshall Lou Ramsey ([[Lee J. Cobb]]), Zeb Rawlings ([[George Peppard]]) and all of the Marshalls men are seen using Winchester Model 1873 rifles during the train fight. Lou Ramsey uses one to shoot the last of Charlie Gants ([[Eli Wallach]]) men and later shoot the ropes holding a generator so that Zeb can get a clear shot.
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[[Image:Winchester1873.jpg‎|thumb|none|500px|Winchester Model 1873 carbine - 1st generation rifle - 44-40 Cal.]]
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== Henry 1860 ==
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Mike King ([[Richard Widmark]]) passes out Henry 1860 rifles to all of his men and Zeb Rawlings ([[George Peppard]]) when the Indians attack.
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== unidentified rifle ==
[[Image:Henry.jpg|thumb|none|400px|Henry 1860 brass-frame - .44 Rimfire (RF).]]
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Several buffalo hunters that arrive by train, breaking Zeb's treaty with the Indians, carry rifles.
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[[Image:Howest-rifle1.jpg|thumb|none|600px|A hunter gets off the train with his rifle.]]
  
== Double Barreled Shotgun ==
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== Sharps Rifle ==
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One of the buffalo hunters getting off the train carries a [[Sharps Rifle]].
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[[Image:Howest-sharps1.jpg|thumb|none|600px|The hunter places his Sharps rifle down.]]
  
Zeb Rawlings ([[George Peppard]]) is seen firing a Double Barreled Shotgun at outlaws when he is an acting Marshall in the Wild West.
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== double-barreled shotgun ==
[[Image:Stevens12GaugeShotgun.jpg‎|thumb|none|500px|J. Stevens and Company Side by Side Shotgun (Circa 1878) exposed hammers and designed to fire Black Powder shotgun shells - 12 Gauge]]
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While a town marshal in Arizona, Zeb Rawlings ([[George Peppard]]) fires a [[Double Barreled Shotgun]] at a gang of outlaws riding through his town.
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[[Image:Howest-shotgun1.jpg|thumb|none|600px|Zeb fires his shotgun at the outlaws.]]
  
== Unknown Derringer ==
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== Single Action Army ==
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When Charlie Gant ([[Eli Wallach]]) joins his outlaw gang in Gold City, Arizona in 1889, he carries a [[Single Action Army]] with a 4.75" "Quickdraw" barrel. His gang members, including one played by [[Harry Dean Stanton]], also carry Single Action Army revolvers. The Gold City town marshal Lou Ramsey ([[Lee J. Cobb]]) uses a Single Action Army, as does Marshal Zeb Rawlings ([[George Peppard]]).
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[[Image:ColtSAA475barrel.jpg|thumb|none|350px|[[Colt Single Action Army]] w/ 4.75" barrel, case colored and blued, referred to as "Quick-Draw" or "Civilian" model. ]]
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[[Image:Howest-saa1.jpg|thumb|none|600px|Gant fires his SAA aboard the train.]]
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[[Image:Howest-saa2.jpg|thumb|none|600px|Gant falls down with his SAA drawn.]]
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[[Image:Howest-saa3.jpg|thumb|none|600px|Zeb aims his SAA at Gant.]]
  
Cleve Van Valen ([[Gregory Peck]]) is seen gambling an Unknown Derringer in the wagons before the Cheyenne attack. He later uses it to shoot a Cheyenne off his horse.
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== Winchester Model 1873 ==
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Zeb Rawlings ([[George Peppard]]) takes a [[Winchester Model 1873]] during the 1889 sequence when he leaves Gold City to pursue Gant's gang on the train. Town marshal Lou Ramsey ([[Lee J. Cobb]]) also carries one, using it as his primary weapon during the fight aboard the train, shooting the ropes holding up a generator to allow Zeb a clean shot at Gant. Some of Gant's outlaws also carry Winchesters.
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[[Image:Winchester1873.jpg‎|thumb|none|450px|Winchester Model 1873 carbine - 1st generation rifle - 44-40 Cal.]]
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[[Image:Howest-win1.jpg|thumb|none|600px|Zeb holds his Winchester when preparing to leave Gold City.]]
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[[Image:Howest-win2.jpg|thumb|none|600px|Zeb with his Winchester aboard the train.]]
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[[Image:Howest-win3.jpg|thumb|none|600px|Lou and Zeb fire their Winchesters at Gant's gang.]]
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[[Image:Howest-win4.jpg|thumb|none|600px|Lou fires his Winchester at Gant.]]
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[[Image:Howest-win5.jpg|thumb|none|600px|One of Gant's gang members chambers a Winchester.]]
  
 
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Revision as of 02:12, 1 June 2010

How the West Was Won (1962)

Contents


Kentucky Flintlock Rifle

Linus Rawlings (James Stewart), the beaver felt trader and "mountain man", carries a Kentucky Flintlock Rifle when he is seen riding his horse while among the Native Americans before meeting up with the Prescott family in present-day Ohio in 1839. Colin Harvey takes his father Alec's flintlock rifle when Linus first arrives at their camp. "Colonel" Jeb Hawkins' band of river pirates also carry flintlock rifles when they accost the Prescotts and Harveys. During the 1850s sequence, men riding in the wagon train west to California fire flintlock rifles at the attacking Cheyenne Indians. Some of the Indians seen during the 1860s railroad sequence also carry flintlock rifles, including one that fires at Zeb Rawlings.

Kentucky Rifle - .50, .45, or .36 caliber.
Linus holds his flintlock rifle in his left hand.
Colin Harvey stands next to his father Alec as Zebulon Prescott (Karl Malden) confronts Linus Rawlings.
One of Hawkins' river pirates with a flintlock rifle.
Men in the wagon train to California fire flintlock rifles at the Cheyennes.
A man shoots at a Cheyenne just before he is shot and killed with an arrow.
One of the men in Cleve and Lil's wagon train holds a flintlock rifle.

Flintlock Pistol

Several of "Colonel" Jeb Hawkins' river pirates (including one played by Lee Van Cleef) use various types of Flintlock Pistols. Hawkins (Walter Brennan) himself also uses one.

Lee Van Cleef holds a flintlock pistol in the foreground as Hawkins holds a double-barreled model to his left.
Lee Van Cleef with his single-barreled flintlock pistol.
One of Hawkins' pirates with his own pistol just before Hawkins accidentally shoots him.

unidentified revolver

Cleve Van Valen (Gregory Peck), a St. Louis gambler, tries to gamble during the wagon trip to California by betting a "fine London-made pistol". When the Cheyennes attack, Cleve sticks the revolver in his belt. However, when he draws it, it appears to be a much larger handgun (perhaps a Colt 1851 Navy based on the shape).

Cleve offers his "fine London-made pistol" in the poker game.

Springfield 1861

The Union soldiers during the Civil War battles seen between 1862 and 1865 carry Springfield 1861 rifles. Zeb Rawlings (George Peppard) has one as well, but it broke during an April 1862 battle, leaving only his bayonet as a useful combat weapon.

Springfield 1861 - .58 caliber minie ball.
A soldier stands with his Springfield rifle during a burial of the dead.
Union soldiers run towards battle with their Springfields.

Colt 1851 Navy

A young Confederate soldier, "The Reb" (Russ Tamblyn), shows Zeb a Colt 1851 Navy that he took from a dead officer and uses to try and shoot General Grant (Harry Morgan) and General Sherman (John Wayne). This is also possibly the revolver used by Cleve (Gregory Peck) to shoot a couple Cheyennes.

Colt 1851 Navy .36 caliber.
Cleve shoots a Cheyenne Indian.
The Reb shows Zeb his Colt 1851 Navy.
The Reb watches the generals talk.
The Reb aims his Colt at the generals.

Henry 1860

Buffalo hunter Jethro Stuart (Henry Fonda) carries a Henry 1860 as his main weapon during the 1860s railroad sequence. Mike King (Richard Widmark) and Lt. Zeb Rawlings (George Peppard) also arm themselves with Henry rifles when the Indians attack the railroad with buffalo. An Indian who shoots at Zeb also carries a Henry rifle.

Henry 1860 brass-frame - .44 Rimfire (RF).
The Indian aims at Zeb Rawlings.
Mike King takes a Henry rifle from one of his men.
Mike and Zeb with their Henry rifles.

Remington 1858 New Army

Lt. Zeb Rawlings (George Peppard) carries a holstered Remington 1858 New Army revolver when the Army assigns him to watch the railroad in the late 1860s.

Zeb draws his Remington when meeting with the Indians.
Zeb unloads his Remington to show his intentions of peace.

unidentified rifle

Several buffalo hunters that arrive by train, breaking Zeb's treaty with the Indians, carry rifles.

A hunter gets off the train with his rifle.

Sharps Rifle

One of the buffalo hunters getting off the train carries a Sharps Rifle.

The hunter places his Sharps rifle down.

double-barreled shotgun

While a town marshal in Arizona, Zeb Rawlings (George Peppard) fires a Double Barreled Shotgun at a gang of outlaws riding through his town.

Zeb fires his shotgun at the outlaws.

Single Action Army

When Charlie Gant (Eli Wallach) joins his outlaw gang in Gold City, Arizona in 1889, he carries a Single Action Army with a 4.75" "Quickdraw" barrel. His gang members, including one played by Harry Dean Stanton, also carry Single Action Army revolvers. The Gold City town marshal Lou Ramsey (Lee J. Cobb) uses a Single Action Army, as does Marshal Zeb Rawlings (George Peppard).

Colt Single Action Army w/ 4.75" barrel, case colored and blued, referred to as "Quick-Draw" or "Civilian" model.
Gant fires his SAA aboard the train.
Gant falls down with his SAA drawn.
Zeb aims his SAA at Gant.

Winchester Model 1873

Zeb Rawlings (George Peppard) takes a Winchester Model 1873 during the 1889 sequence when he leaves Gold City to pursue Gant's gang on the train. Town marshal Lou Ramsey (Lee J. Cobb) also carries one, using it as his primary weapon during the fight aboard the train, shooting the ropes holding up a generator to allow Zeb a clean shot at Gant. Some of Gant's outlaws also carry Winchesters.

Winchester Model 1873 carbine - 1st generation rifle - 44-40 Cal.
Zeb holds his Winchester when preparing to leave Gold City.
Zeb with his Winchester aboard the train.
Lou and Zeb fire their Winchesters at Gant's gang.
Lou fires his Winchester at Gant.
One of Gant's gang members chambers a Winchester.



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