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Hi i've been going onto this site for a very long time so I figured it's time I made an account. I Don't know what this IP adress means so could someone tell me because I really like this page and don't want to lose it. My favorite guns are Beretta's because it's an Italian firearms company and I'm italian. I also like most of the weapons used in the mob movies including Thompson submachine guns and M1911 pistols. I also like Full-Auto weapons like the Glock 18 and Nickel plated weapons like the Star Model B and Auto Ordnance M1911A1 used in Pulp Fiction. My two most favorite weapons on imfdb are the Beretta M92FS and Glock 17 pistols. I'm a fan of the chrome slided Glock 17 and I know it's illegal but I think it's awesome when they fire full auto.


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A better shot of William's Colt 1851.
Dan (Christian Bale) with his Colt 1851 drawn as he excorts Wade to the train station in Contention, all while under heavy fire.
Wade (Russell Crowe) kills all the members of his gang.
Prince (Ben Foster) kills Dan with his Schofield.
McElroy (Peter Fonda) fires his Colt 1878 at Wade's men. Based on the location of the bead sight, this shotgun was built to be genuinely sawed down by the reproduction company.
Wade takes McElroy's shotgun and throws him off a cliff when he insults his mother.
Frank Lucas (Denzel Washington) with a nickel plated Browning Hi-Power threatens a man who owes him money before killing him.
Trupo (Josh Brolin) kills Frank's Dog.
Jesse (Colin Farrell) ducks with his two Navys as Cole (Scott Caan) reloads his. Note Frank (Gabriel Macht) holding his Henry 1860.
Jesse draws his two Navys as he serves as a "distraction" for Frank.
Frank ejects his spent round.
Jesse's Colt Pockets.
Frank with his Navy Conversions as Cole holds a shotgun on the Hyperion "customers".
Bob (Will McCormack) requests for Frank James to come help.
Vitti (Robert De Niro) picks up the hitman's own PPK/S.
Vitti uses the most mob-literal meaning he can think of to the "hit a pillow" advice.
Jelly fires back at the rival mobsters at the dump.
Jelly pressures Sobel (Billy Crystal) at gunpoint once again.
Vitti presses the Cheetah to Sobel's head.
Primo (Chazz Palminteri) aims his Beretta at Sobel.
A mobster on the TV show pumps his Ithaca 37.
The two TV show mobsters draw their M16Ks on their victim.
Jelly fires his snubnose at the Rigazzi (Frank Gio) gunman.
The gunman opens fire in the restaurant.
Rigazzi with his suppressed Cheetah.
Vitti aims his Cheetah at the trailer's door.
Jelly draws his S&W M36.
Kilgore (Robert Duvall) looks over the battlefield while holding his M16 (SP1).
Everett (Viggo Mortensen) kills the third gunman in the bar with his 8 Gauge, which unrealistically throws him back across the bar.
Everett aims his 8 Gauge at Ring Shelton (Lance Henriksen) and his gang from the train.
Everett and Virgil (Ed Harris) shoot the Apache's pack horse with their Winchester rifles (Everett's a "Yellow Boy", Virgil's a Model 73) so they cannot steal Ring's supplies.
Bragg shoots a deputy at the beginning of the film with his Winchester 1873 "Short Rifle".
Virgil aims his Winchester 1873 at Ring Shelton (Lance Henriksen) and his gang from the train.
Virgil points his Single Action Army after dispatching two criminals in the bar.
Instead of holstering his Single Action Army after firing it like in most macho westerns, Virgil dumps out the empty shells (using the ejector rod, something few actors know exists) and reloads before putting it away.
Everett Hitch (Viggo Mortensen) places a Nickel Cavalary Single Action Army on the bar counter before challenging Randall Bragg (Jeremy Irons) to a duel.
Bragg picks up and very professionally checks the Single Action Army to make sure he is given a loaded weapon.
Everett draws his Colt 1872 Open Top when Bragg and his men enter the jail.
Everett reloads his Colt 1872 Open top after the duel at the end of the film, and also shows he knows how to use the ejector rod.
Bob (Casey Affleck) eyes Jesse (Brad Pitt)'s SAA on the nightstand.
Charley (Sam Rockwell)'s SAA sits on a table before he turns it on himself.
Bob Ford takes the Smith & Wesson from Jesse.
Lowrey raises his two Glocks 17s on the KKK members, one a 2nd gen, the other a 3rd gen. These change throughout the scene due to continuity error.
Lowrey dives to save Burnett, firing both Glocks in mid-flight. A goof present is that the bullets would be almost at the target before the slides even moved, yet note how both slides are back, with the bullets still in the frame
Lowrey reloads his Glock 17, although cocking it during a mid-mag reload is not necessary; a round is already in the chamber
Lowrey fires his Glock 17 into a hole in the wall, puting a 9x19mm hollow point in a Haitian's eye
Lowrey with his empty Glock 17
Lowrey lets his Glock 17 fall from his hand
Syd throws Lowrey's Glock 17 on a landmine, now leaving all the Glocks empty and destroyed
Yet Burnett somehow has a Glock now. It seems to have replaced his SIG-Sauer, which also was said to have one in the chamber
"Ah damn, it's the 'niggras'." Burnett wielding his P226 during the KKK rally raid at the beginning of the film
Burnett holds his SIG-Sauer P226 to "Blondie Dreads" (Kiko Ellsworth)
Burnett with his hands up in the mine-field with his P226
A Haitian fires an AKMSU
A Haitian with an AKMSU
The Haitian "Blondie Dreads" fires a DSA SA58 OSW carbine round magazine
A Haitian with a Beretta 92FS Inox
A Haitian fires a Beretta Inox through the hole in the wall
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A Haitian fires a nickel plated Ithaca 37 with a pistol grip
Blond Dreads fires his Nickel plated Ithaca 37 with a pistol grip
A thug reaches for a lighter revealing his Auto Ordnance M1911A1.
Carlito (Al Pacino) fires the Auto Ordnance M1911A1. You can get a good view of it in the mirror's reflection.
Carlito wipes his fingerprints off of the Auto Ordnance M1911A1 before he throws it away.
One of the Italians shoots his Smith & Wesson Model 10.
Carlito puts the magazine back in the Beretta 92F. Note the barrel is shiny at the tip as the finish has been worn off.
Carlito Brandishes his Beretta 92F. Note the old style single white line painted on the rear sight as opposed to the twin dots that appear on modern models.
Carlito keeps his eyes open as he fires his Beretta 92F, muzzle flashing.
Carlito presses his gun into the stomach of one of the mobsters trying to kill him. You can see that he is really pressing the gun into him as the slide comes out of battery.
Kleinfeld puts his Smith & Wesson Model 36 in Benny Blanco's face.
Kleinfeld aims his Smith & Wesson Model 36, which he does not know is empty.
Vincent Taglialucci aims his suppressed Smith & Wesson Model 36.
Vincent Taglialucci staggers after Carlito, Browning Hi-Power in hand.
Another one of Gambol's men is overcome at gunpoint.
Grumpy kills Happy with his Glock 17.
The Joker shoots the bank manager with his Glock.
Joker continues to fire his Glock on full at the SWAT van.
"This city deserves a better class of criminal..." The Joker holds his Glock as he explains his philosophy to the Chechen.
As mob's money burns, Joker holds his Glock on The Chechen (Ritchie Coster).
The Joker fires his Norinco Type 69 RPG.
The Bank Manager fires his Remington 870.
Joker fires his 870 into the air to get the party goers attention at Dent's fundraiser.
Joker fires his 870 at the SWAT van.
As the Batpod approaches, the Joker continues to fire his Smith & Wesson M76.
A closeup of Kenneth (Ving Rhames)'s Remington 870.
Andre taunts a zombie behind shatter proof glass with his Beretta 92FS Inox in hand.
CJ kills a zombie with Andre's Beretta.
Kenneth about to fire his newly aquired Custom Remington 870.
CJ unloads several 12 ga. shotgun shells into a horde of zombies.
CJ uses his Glock 21 to ignite a flare before shooting a propane tank, causing the bus he's in to explode. Triva note: Micheal Kelly did actually ignite the flare by firing the blank gun close to it, something the crew did not expect to happen on the first take.
Billy (Leonardo DiCaprio) points his PPK at Collin Sullivan (Matt Damon).
Baby Face Nelson fires a Thompson out the window.
Sonny Black (Michael Madsen) shoots a hoodlum.
Sonny Black fires his shotgun into Sonny Red.
Mortimer (Lee Van Cleef) shoulders his Buntline Special.
Mortimer takes out the outlaw's horse with his Winchester 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine.
Mortimer fires his derringer.
Happy Jack Mulraney (John C. Reilly) keeps his boot pistol in the ready position as he searches for Amsterdam (Leonardo DiCaprio) in the unfinished church
The Same scene only better view of the gun
Al Neri (Richard Bright) grabs a shotgun from behind the bar.
Al Neri takes aim and fires at Barzini.
Close up of Bondie (Clint Eastwood)'s Navy after dispatching the assassins.
"There are two kinds of spurs, my friend. Those that come in by the door.... and those that come in by the window."
Tommy (Joe Pesci) shoots Stacks repeatedly. Since Samuel L. Jackson isn't visible in this shot (and thus, out of harm's way) the gun recoils as Tommy fires it.
The barrel, clearly marked as a ".38 S&W Special". When you look at the barrel in this picture, you'll notice how it is slightly shorter than the nickel Model 36 below, confirming the continuity error.
Henry (Ray Liotta) looks up the barrel. When you look at the barrel in this picture, you'll notice how it is slightly longer than the Model 64 above, confirming the continuity error.
Hanna (Al Pacino) aims his FN FNC-80 at Cheritto.
McCauley (Robert De Niro) fires his M733.
McCauley searchs for Hanna at the airfield.
Hanna searches for McCauley at the airfield.
McCauley kills Waingro with a double tap to the chest and a shot to the head (this is Michael Mann's trademark execution, also referred to as "The Mozambique Drill").
Bobby (Danny DeVito) aims his Detective Special.
Bobby shoots the deer.
Illinois (Chi McBride) pulls out his snubnose when a knock interrupts him and Pigfoot Mary.
Bumpy (Laurence Fishburne) picks up Illinois's snubnose.
Bumpy aims his unloaded Colt.
An outraged Tee-Ninchy (Eddie Bo Smith Jr.) aims his Ithaca 37 at Dutch.
Whispers (Paul Benjamin) aims his 1911s at Dutch.
Rosencrantz (Ed O'Ross) points his 1911 at the Queen's gangsters.
Bumpy fires back at Dutch's retreating hitmen.
Dutch's men fire Thompsons in a drive-by as Dutch fires with his 1911.
Bub fires his shotgun next to Lulu firing the Thompson.
Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) attempts to use an USAF Airman's M4A1 Carbine, but finds out that it's jammed. For some reason, he uses the magazine housing instead of the foregrip to steady his aim. (This is from a deleted scene).
A barrel mounted camera shows Rhodey firing the Browning M2 in a deleted scene. (Note how the belt is clearly loaded with blank rounds)
M1928s stored underneath a crewman's bed in the Venture, which the crew retrieves before landing on the island.
Ben Hayes (Evan Parke) kills a Venatasaurus raptor with his M1928.
Jimmy (Jamie Bell) fires his M1928 Thompson at the bugs.
Captain Englehorn(Thomas Kretschmann) fires at insects in the chasm.
Ben Hayes holding his M1911 while in Kong's grip.
Captain Englehorn with his long barreled "Artillery" Luger P08.
Jimmy takes aim with a Gewehr 1898.
Bob Hanson professes his beliefs while holding the Glock.
Hanson fires his Ithaca 37 at the possessed woman.
Hanson holds his Ithaca 37 on Michael as Kyle Williams (Tyrese Gibson) looks on.
Michael fires a H&K MP5K in his left hand as he fires the M16A2 with M203 in his right.
Michael fires his M16A2 with M203
An Afghan Mujahideen fires a Norinco Type 56-1 (note that in real life, the CIA in cooperation with China and Pakistan supplied many Type 56 rifles to the Mujahideen to fight the Soviet troops in Afghanistan.) This particular Chinese Type 56 has the ribbed top cover of an Russian (or licensed third party) AKM - the Chinese AKs have smooth top covers.
Africans clear out a box in Yuri's plane filled with Norinco Type 56-1s.
The R.U.F. rebel commander fires a Norinco Type 56-1 at Vitaly Orlov (Jared Leto) after he blows up a truck full of arms intended for the rebels.
The Russian mobster on the right fires his AKM with the stock removed.
The mobster fires his AKM.
André Baptiste, Jr. holding his gold-plated AK.
Another view of Jr.'s AK - note the East German side-folding stock (not like the AKS-47U or AKMSU at all).
A couple of Micro Uzis along with sound suppressors and ammo hidden in a video camera case, about to be sold to the mobsters.
One of the mobsters points a Micro Uzi at Yuri.
A Somali gunman test-fires an Uzi (missing its stock for some reason).
The narco-guerilla reaches for a Glock 17 during the scene in Colombia. The two Glocks in the center of the box are Generation 3 models, which did not exist at the time in which the scene takes place (1989).
André Baptiste Sr. examines Yuri's Smith & Wesson Model 686. Here he spins the cylinder while it is swung out of the gun, yet the ratcheting sound is heard, despite having nothing to ratchet against.
Andre Baptiste Sr. holds his Smith & Wesson Model 686 on Yuri.
André Baptiste Sr. holding his Smith & Wesson 686.
André Baptiste Jr. hangs out of the transport truck window manning his new "gun of Rambo".
André Baptiste Jr. fires the M60 with sadistic glee at civilians in Sierra Leone.
Behind Trinity: On the top shelf are six Heckler & Koch MP5Ks, six Glock pistols, and six Beretta 92FS pistols. On the second shelf are four M16 rifles (one with a 30 round magazine), three unknown rifles, two M1928A1 Thompsons, an M1928 Thompson with a 30 round magazine, an M1A1 Thompson, another M1928A1 Thompson, and an M1 Garand.
Behind Neo: On the top shelf are two Sterling L2A3 submachine guns, three Cobray M11/9, a few Beretta 92FS pistols, two Heckler & Koch USP pistols, two Glocks, three Micro Uzis, seven more Berettas, two Zastava CZ99 pistols, and some Glocks trailing off-screen. On the second shelf are nine Skorpion SA Vz 61 submachine guns, what appears to be two Madsen M50 submachine guns, several AKMs behind them and six M60 machine guns. On the final shelf are two possible Steyr MPi 69s or MPi-81s, a possible Sterling SMG, and five SA Vz.58 assault rifles.
An Agent fires his Desert Eagle at Trinity and Morpheus during the highway chase. Note polished black finish.
An Agent fires his Desert Eagle at Trinity as she falls from the office building window.
Morpheus fires his Glock 18C in the parking garage, fitted with a 19-round magazine.
Morpheus destroys the Twins' Cadillac Escalade with a long burst from his Glock 18C. Note blank shells ejecting.
The henchmen 2nd from the camera fires his M1928 Thompson.
Coll runs down the fire escape, revolver in hand.
Coll, carrying his revolver and Thompson akimbo, enters Faranzano's office.
Lucky shoots down at Coll on the fire escape.
Bugsy (Richard Grieco) ignores gun safety as he trains his Model 10 on Lucky and Lansky during their game of catch.
Reina (Chris Penn) holds Mussolini's old gun.
Coll fires at Luciano's car during a drive-by.
Bugsy's Thompson sits next to his flare gun.
Bugsy fires his Thompson at the liquor truck hijackers.
Masseria's bodyguards shoot at the assassin with Thompsons.
Rocco stands behind Faranzano with a Thompson.
Bugsy and Costello (Costas Mandylor) approach Masseria with shotguns.
Llewelyn (Josh Brolin) fires his Winchester Model 1897 at Anton.
Llewelyn with his Winchester Model 1897 as he flees the motel.
Llewelyn takes the magazine out of the M1911A1. Note the extended slide release.
Llewelyn aims the M1911A1 at the pit bull.
Llewelyn Moss pointing the Heckler & Koch SP89 at the last man standing. Now dead sitting against a tree.
Sheriff Bell (Tommy Lee Jones) brandishing his sidearm
Chigurh aims his Remington 11-87 at the closet.
Llewelyn fires his Remington 700 at the Proghorn. While he hits the Proghorn, it's in the upper hind leg (non vital)
Beefy (Frank Gio) shows Eve the picture of Noodles, indicating with his Model 10.
Beefy investigates an amorous couple in the Chinese opium theater.
Patsy (James Hayden) (eyes shut) shoots Joe (Burt Young) and two other gangsters in his car.
Patsy holds his Smith & Wesson Model 10 to the back of Crowning's head.
Trigger (Ray Dittrich) fixes a suppressor onto his P210.
Trigger uses his suppressed P210 to intimidate Fat Moe.
Patsy holds his P210 in his left hand as he talks with Crowning's henchmen. Max stands behind him with a Detective Special.
Noodles (Robert De Niro) aims at the mobster.
Noodles pulls out his Detective Special during the diamond robbery.
Max (James Woods) intimidates one of the jewelers during the diamond heist with his Colt DS.
Noodles looks for the escaped gangster from the massacre.
Noodles aims his Detective Special.
Chicken Joe (Richard Bright) hides with his Detective Special.
Max shoots up Joe's car.
Chicken Joe firing his Thompson.
Cockeye (William Forsythe) fires his 1911 at Joe's car.
Frank (Henry Fonda) uses his nickel 7.5" Cavalary model Single Action Army to murder a young boy in cold blood.
Cheyenne (Jason Robards) rolls his blued 5" Artillary SAA to Harmonica (Charles Bronson), who declines his challenge.
A man in the bar shoots Cheyenne's wrist restaints with a blued Cavalary SAA.
Frank points his SAA at at Harmonica when he attempts to sneek on the train.
Frank fires his SAA in the town.
Frank holding his SAA during the showdown with Harmonica.
Cheyenne with a '92 Carbine in hand.
An assassin armed with a '92 Carbine.
Charley Waite (Kevin Costner) packs a Cavalary model Single Action Army which he uses to put .45 in the forehead of Butler (Kim Coates), the man who murdered his friend Mose (Abraham Benrubi) and shot his other friend Button (Diego Luna).
Waite fans his SAA. He manages to fire an impressive 16 shots from his 6 shot Peacemaker before reloading.
Waite shoots one of Baxter's thugs with his SAA which knocks him to the ground, as movie myths claim any .45 can knock a man down.
Denton Baxter (Michael Gambon) armed with an Artillery SAA.
Waite firing two SAAs akmibo style.
Close up on Baxter's SAA after firing it at Boss (Robert Duvall). Note the distinct notch on the hammer, which is common on reproduction revolvers like Cimmeron copies.
Boss points his Remington 1875 at Baxter's men in the jailhouse.
Boss shooting Baxter with his Remington 1875.
Boss' empty 1875 after firing it in Baxter.
Waite fires the shotgun into the bartenders wall mirror when he and boss are denied service for being "free grazers". The shotgun report is deafeningly loud and extremely realistic sound-wise.
Boss aims his shotgun so he can fire it through the barn door.
Boss readies his shotgun.
Boss charges Baxter, who is holed up in the jailhouse, with his shotgun blazing.
Boss wields a '73 rifle when he and Waite beat up Baxter's men around their campfire.
Waite with a '73 rifle during the shootout.
Waite racks the lever on his '73 rifle.
Waite aiming down the sights like a proper shooter and accurately depicting recoil.
Wales draws his Colt Walker in his left hand and a Colt 1860 Army in his right to kill the Union soldiers in the town.
Wales aims his Colt Walker at a group of thugs as they attempt to rape Laura Lee (Sondra Locke), only holding his fire when their leader forces them to stop their attack.
Wales fires his Colt Walker at the Red Legs during the shootout outside the house. Here, the trigger is obviously too light since the hammer only falls to half-cock.
Wales flashes back to when Terrill and his Red Legs murdered his family, fueling his rage even more.
Wales' Colt Walkers in his holsters.
Wales tries to shoot Terrill (Bill McKinney) as he flees but his Colt Army clicks empty. Similair to his Colt Walker, the hammer falls on half-cock due to a light trigger.
Wales dry-fires his Colt Army and Colt 1849 Pocket as he approaches Terrill.
Wales fires his 1849 Pocket during the shootout with the Red Legs. Unfortunately for Clint, the best shot of the gun isn't the most flattering for him.
Wales draws his 1849 Pocket as he approaches Terrill (Bill McKinney).
Jules (Samuel L. Jackson) interrogates Brett.
Ringo (Tim Roth) looks down the barrel of Jules' Model B.
Vincent (John Travolta) shoots Brett (Frank Whaley) from behind.
Vincent and Jules shoot "Man #4" when his Taurus runs empty.
Butch (Bruce Willis) prepares to shoot Marsellus (Ving Rhames).
Man #4 empties his revolver at Jules and Vincent, missing them with all six shots.
Marsellus holds the shotgun after Butch saves him.
Ringo with his Model 30 during the robbery.
Dillinger fires his Thompson during the Michigan City jailbreak.
Dillinger leaves the bank carrying a Thompson on his hostage.
Purvis fires his Thompson during the start of the Little Bohemia shootout.
Dillinger fires his Thompson during the Little Bohemia shootout.
Nelson fires his Thompson during the Little Bohemia shootout.
Purvis fires his Thompson with one hand while pursuing the gang in their getaway car.
Winstead aims his sawed off Winchester 1901 shotgun.
Winstead fires his Winchester 1901.
Ellen "The Lady" (Sharon Stone) fires her EMF Hartford Single Action Army to cut down Cort from being lynched.
The Kid loads up his SAA. Note how it is clearly a Remington-Peters .45 Long Colt round, accurate to the time.
The Kid defeats Gutzon and like a nice guy, only wounds him till he gives up.
When Cort is brought to The Kid's gunshop to buy a gun for dueling, The Kid shows off a 7 1/2" Cavalary SAA with a nickel finish and solid ivory grips, which he calls "The Eagle Butt Peacemaker".
John Herod (Gene Hackman) with his two Quickdraw SAAs with custom gold dragon grips after defeating Ace Hanlon (Lance Henriksen).
The Lady fires her SAA at Dog Kelly (Tobin Bell) and innacurately knocks him off his feet from the shot.
John Herod kills Sgt. Clay Cantrell (Keith David) with his SAA.
A close up of her SAA.
When The Kid faces of with his father, he manages to skim his neck with his SAA but his father more accurately hits his gut.
Cort draws a Cavalary SAA off of one of John's men.
Gutzon opens up his pistol case with a LeMat 1861 revolver in perfect condition.
Gutzon loads powder into the chambers of his LeMat 1861 revolver.
Gutzon packs .36 caliber balls into his LeMat.
Extreme close up on the cylinder as John cocks his Remington 1875.
John prepares to finish Cort before The Lady intervenes.
The Kid shows off a beautiful nickel finish Remington 1875 with silver grips.
The Kid shows off the 1875. He spins the cylinder in this scene, which looks and sounds cool but creates drag marks on the cylinder and cuts the value down.
The kid shows off his Smith & Wesson Schofield in its display case.
The kid breaks open the Schofield and closes it somewhat undelicately.
En-Joo (Tim Kang) picks up an AKM when his AKMS runs dry - 7.62x39mm
En-Joo (Tim Kang) takes an AKMS underfolder,(what seems to be another Hungarian SA-85M rifle) from a Burmese soldier and uses it against them - 7.62x39mm
En-Joo (Tim Kang) picks up and fires a Norinco Type 56 - 7.62x39mm
Lewis picks up a Norinco Type 56 this ones with an AKM-style ribbed receiver cover and a laminate buttstock - 7.62x39mm
Now Lewis' Norinco Type 56 in another shot changes to a smooth Type 56 receiver cover and Chinese 'cratewood' buttstock - 7.62x39mm
Myint (Supakorn Kitsuwon) fires his custom AKMS underfolder - 7.62x39mm
Rambo fires his M1911A1 pistol - .45 ACP
Karen Rebel with an M16A1 - 5.56x45mm
Reese with his M4A1/M203
Diaz with his DSA SA58 OSW rifle - 7.62x51mm NATO
Lewis (Graham McTavish) carries with a custom 590 - 12ga
Mr. Pink fires his Smith & Wesson 659 at the police. Note the X screw holding the right hand decocker lever in place. for some reason his 659 has a rounded trigger guard here.
Mr. Pink and Mr. White have a standoff as Mr. Pink lay on the ground. Mr. Pink draws his issued Smith & Wesson 659 while Mr. White draws his personal Smith & Wesson 639.
Mr. Blonde produces duct tape with which to gag the captured police officer, his Smith & Wesson 659 in a shoulder holster.
Mr. Orange aims his Smith & Wesson 659 at Mr. Blonde. Note the round trigger guard.
Mr. White uses his personal Smith & Wesson 639 with his issued Smith & Wesson 659 when firing at the police.
Mr. White holds his Smith & Wesson 639 on Joe.
Leon with his hangun.
Leon fires his hangun
Claire fires the Glock 30.
Angela fires her MP5K-PDW
Leon with an M4A1
Claire with her Remington 1100.Watch that thumb, Claire!
Leon with his Heckler & Koch VP70.Watch your thumb, Leon!
Angela loads her Glock 17
Peyton Wells (Razaaq Adoti) draws his Beretta with flashlight in hand.
Jill roams the church's halls with her S&W 5946 drawn. Her backup S&W is seen in her shoulder holster.
Alice fires her dual P-14s akimbo.
Alice fires her H&K MP5Ks.
L.J. holds his custom Desert Eagles in the air.
A two-tone Taurus was seen replacing Carlos' USP immedietely in the next shot.
Mikey fires a Taurus PT92AF at the birds.
Claire aims her Glock 17
L.J. with his Desert Eagle.
Alice fires her Mossberg 590 Compact Cruiser.
Claire fires her Mossberg Model 464
Carlos fires his two H&K USP's akimbo
Tony (Al Pacino) aims his Cheetah at Mel.
Tony confronts Hector.
Manny (Steven Bauer) shoots Frank Lopez (Robert Loggia).
Chi Chi fires the Uzi.
Tony stands on his balcony with the assassin's Uzi.
Tony continues to pour it on with his M16A1 at the assassins climbing his stairs.
Frank Gusenberg (David Canary) fires at Jack McGurn, eyes closed.
One of Moran (Ralph Meeker)'s men fires at Capone in the Hawthorne Hotel during a 1925 flashback.
Anselmi (Rico Cattani) rubs garlic on the .45 ACP rounds he loads into his Thompson's drum magazine, to infect the victims if they are not killed instantly.
Capone's killers line the seven massacre victims up against the wall.
The muzzles of the two Thompsons as the seven men are mowed down.
Pete (George Segal) waits for Frank to finish the hit with his shotgun ready.
Gino (Jack Nicholson) unloads the shotguns.
The "police officers" fire their shotguns into the bodies of the massacre victims.
Scalise and Anselmi kill Dion O'Banion (John Agar).
Capone stares at Fischetti's Detective Special when he swears vengeance for Lolordo's death.
Pete moves closer to the hotel to get a better shot.
Scalise and Anselmi kill Weiss.
The bar owner points his Winchester 1887 shotgun at the Terminator.
The Terminator takes down the T-1000 with seven shots from his Winchester 1887 shotgun. Note how this shell hits him right in the face. Since this film was back in the good old days when you could tell a shotgun shell by its color, these rounds are clearly slugs.
The Terminator fires his Winchester 1887 shotgun at the T-1000 as he pursues John with a Mac truck.
The Terminator shoots the T-1000 off the back of their car.
The Terminator points his 1887 shotgun at Enrique (Castulo Guerra).
The T-1000 fires his Beretta 92FS. Robert Patrick does an excellent job of not flinching in the film and thoroughly convinces the viewers that he is an emotionless killer and not some wimpy actor who's touching a gun for the first time.
Colt CAR-15 Commandos are seen in the desert armory.
Sarah fires her CAR-15 at Dyson. It appears Uzi Gal didn't teach Linda Hamilton to fire in short, controlled bursts. Instead, she empties the magazine in one pull of the trigger.
Sarah points her Custom Detonics 1911 at the Dyson family. She shows us an excellent high grip here.
Sarah points her Detonics 1911 at Dyson.
The Terminator releases the slide.
Sarah orders an officer to get out of his cruiser. Note how the safety is on yet seconds later she fires a shot into his windshield.
Sarah fires her M1911A1 at the T-1000 as he pursues their car.
Sarah points her M1911A1 at Enrique.
The Terminator points the M1911A1 at the Cyberdyne lobby guard.
The Terminator fires his M1911A1 into the T-1000, shattering him into pieces after he is frozen in liquid nitrogen.
The Terminator readies his M1911A1 and his M79 grenade launcher.
The Terminator searches for the T-1000.
The Terminator inspects the bore on an M79 grenade launcher in the armory.
The Terminator fires the M79 at the police cruisers outside Cyberdyne.
The Terminator reloads his M79.
The Terminator readies his M79 as he searches for the T-1000 in the steel mill.
The Terminator with the M79.
The Terminator fires the Minigun at the police cruisers.
The Terminator fires the Minigun.
A resistance soldier fires a GE M134 Minigun at a Hunter-Killer.
The resistance soldier fires a Minigun.
A resistance soldier readies his Franchi SPAS-15.
A resistance fighter fires an FIM-92A Stinger at an H-K.
Sarah shoots the T-1000 with her 870. This is blank flame.
The gun clicks empty with the T-1000 just feet from the ledge.
The Terminator unveils a Browning M2HB in the armory.
A Terminator armed with a Westinghouse M95A1 Phased Plasma rifle.
The Terminator wields two Westinghouses akimbo style.
AKM rifles are seen on the armory wall.
The Terminator fires the 870.
Connor fires the Glock 18.
Closeup of the Glock 18 firing. With live rounds it would extremely hard to control one handed.
The Cemetary Arsenal
The Terminator checks the Type 69 RPG.
Closeup of the Glock 19 before Kate grabs it.

Favorite Guns

Colt 1872 Open Top .44 Caliber Conversion
Colt 1849 Pocket - .31 caliber.
Colt 1851 Navy .36 caliber.
Colt 1851 Navy with a cartridge conversion. This is a reproduction of the gun used by Clint Eastwood in TGTBaTU produced by Cimmaron Arms.
Colt 1851 Navy with Richards-Mason cartridge conversion - .38 Long Colt.
Colt 1860 Army .44 caliber.
Colt 1860 Army with Richards conversion.
Colt 1860 Army with Richards-Mason cartridge conversion.
Colt Detective Special Nickel 3rd Gen - .44 Special
Colt Detective Special 1st Gen - .38 Special
Original Colt Dragoon 1st Model (not an Uberti Replica) - .44 Cal
Colt Lightning, blued and color case hardened, in .38 Special and .45 Long Colt.
Colt Lightning 1877 Cavalry - .38 Long Colt.
Colt New Service Revolver - .45 LC. The military version of this revolver is the M1909 (also chambered for .45 Long Colt)
Colt Patterson with loading lever - .36 caliber.
Colt Patterson 5th Model - .36 caliber.
Colt Police Positive Nickel - .38 Special.
Colt Python with 6" Barrel - .357 Magnum
Colt Walker 1847 .44 caliber.
Remington Model 1858 revolver - .36/.44 caliber. This is a modern copy with adjustable sight.
Remington 1858 New Army with loading gate conversion.
Remington 1875 - .45 Long Colt.
The custom engraved Remington 1875 used by John Herod (Gene Hackman) in The Quick and the Dead (1995) This it the actual revovler used in the film.
The custom Remington 1875 used in the film The Quick and the Dead (1995), handled by Leonardo DiCaprio.
Ruger Vaquero - .45 LC.
Colt Single Action Army w/ 7.5" barrel known as the "Cavalry" model.
2nd Generation Colt Single Action Army w/ 7.5" barrel known as the "Cavalry" model - Nickel plated model - .45 LC
Colt Single Action Army w/ 12" barrel known as the "Buntline Special".
Denix Replica Single Action Army - .45 Long Colt. This none firing zinc replica is typically not used in films, but could possibly be used as a stand-in prop. Note the extra long cylinder lock cuts on the cylinder, indicating the revolver is a prop.
Colt Single Action Army w/ 7.5" barrel. (Used by Henry Fonda and Charles Bronson in film Once Upon a Time in the West, with nickel finish.)
Colt Single Action Army w/ 5" barrel. (Used by Jason Robards in film Once Upon a Time in the West, with blued finish.)
The Custom engraved Colt Single Action army used by Lance Henriksen in The Quick and the Dead (1995) - .45 LC.
Colt Sheriff's Model Single Action Army w/ 3.5" barrel - .45 LC.
The EMF Hartford Single Action Army with an aluminum lightweight 4 3/4" barrel and nickel finish and holster used by Sharon Stone in The Quick and the Dead (1995). - .45 Long Colt. Source: Supplied by Long Mountain Outfitters.
The two Cimmaron Arms Single Action Army 4 3/4" Quickdraws with engraved nickel finishes and holsters used by Leonardo DiCaprio in The Quick and the Dead (1995) - .45 Long Colt. Source: Supplied by Long Mountain Outfitters.
Smith & Wesson Model 10 Revolver - .38 Special
Smith & Wesson Model 10 snub nose revolver - .38 Special. Same frame, but with smaller grips and 2 inch barrel.
Smith and Wesson Model 36 - .38 special - 5 shot
Smith & Wesson Model 36, nickel plated - .38 Special. This model is often confused with the similar looking Smith & Wesson Model 60, which is a fully stainless steel gun.
586 with 6" barrel
S&W Model 686 - .357 Magnum with 6" barrel.
Smith & Wesson Schofield Model 3 with nickel finish - .45 Schofield.
Beretta 84FS Pistol .380 ACP
Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm.
Beretta 92FS INOX - 9x19mm.
Beretta Model 92SB - 9x19mm (note rounded trigger guard and flat bottom magazine).
FN Browning Hi-Power Nickel plated - 9mm.
Colt Thuer
A matte stainless Desert Eagle MK I - .357 Magnum. The weapon pictured here is an actual movie gun (from the inventory of Weapons Specialists, Ltd. in New York) and has appeared in several motion pictures.
Desert Eagle Mark XIX - .50 AE Black finish
Desert Eagle Mark XIX - .50 AE Chrome Silver
Golden Desert Eagle Mark XIX - .50 AE.
FN Model 1910 .380 ACP
A Generation 3 Glock 17 9x19mm. Note the finger grooves, thumb reliefs, and accessory rail on the frame, which differentiate it from the older model.
Generation 3 Glock 17 with stainless steel slide and adjustable sights 9x19mm
Glock 19 (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm
Glock 21 .45 ACP
Glock 22 .40 (3rd Generation) - .40 Smith & Wesson.
Heckler & Koch USP .45 ACP with two-tone finish
Stainless IMI Jericho 941 9x19mm. The gun pictured here is the screen used pistol in the movie Live Free or Die Hard
Original Colt M1911 (dated 1913) - .45 ACP
Commercial Satin Nickel M1911A1 Pistol - .45 ACP. Manufactured on license by Remington Rand.
Custom engraved nickel plated Colt MKIV Series 80 with pearl grips - .45 ACP. This is the screen used pistol for Robert De Niro playing Senator McLaughlin in the upcoming Robert Rodriguez film Machete (scheduled for release on April 16, 2010). Though this pistol is marked "Mk IV Series 80", this has a standard M1911A1 trigger.
An Auto Ordnance M1911A1 with Nickel plated finish and custom pearl grips. This is the screen used gun that was carried and fired by John Travolta in the movie Pulp Fiction
Remington 1866 Derringer - .41 R.F. Caliber. Polished Steel with yellow pearl grips
SIG P210 9x19mm
A nickel SIG-Sauer P226 pistol chambered in 9x19mm. This is another real movie gun and has been adapted to fire full flash motion picture blanks.
A factory black (K-Kote) SIG-Sauer P226 pistol chambered in 9x19mm. This is a real movie gun and has appeared in several motion pictures.
Two-tone SIG-Sauer P226 9x19mm
A reverse two-tone SIG-Sauer P226 - 9x19mm (identical configuration to the gun from 2 Fast 2 Furious; this weapon was assembled and photographed specially for IMFDB by MoviePropMaster2008).
Smith & Wesson Model 639 with Pachmayr grips - 9x19mm. This is the Screen used 639 carried and fired by Harvey Keitel in the film Reservoir Dogs
Smith & Wesson 659 - 9x19mm. This is the Screen used Hero Gun held and fired by "Mister Pink" Steve Buscemi in the film Reservoir Dogs.
Star Model B Pistol with a custom bright nickel plated finish and pearl grips - 9mm. This is a screen used Star Model B from the film Pulp Fiction.
The screen used Smith & Wesson 4506 pistol used in the film Pulp Fiction - 45 ACP. This pistol was used by Ving Rhames and Bruce Willis.
Nickel Taurus PT92 with Pearl Grips - 9x19mm
Taurus PT92AFS stainless steel (modern production model without tactical rails) - 9x19mm
Taurus PT92AF with two-tone finish - 9x19mm
Walther PPK/S stainless - .380 ACP.
Norinco Type 56-1 (under-folding stock variant) - 7.62 x39mm
Early Browning Automatic Rifle - .30-06
British 1853 Enfield.
Enfield 1853.
Charleville Musket, 69 caliber
M14E2 Light Machine Gun - a variant of the M14 that was an attempt at an early SAW, meant to supplement the B.A.R.s and M60s used by American and ARVN troops in the Vietnam War. The design has some obvious flaws as an LMG, being that this rifle doesn't seem very practical as an automatic weapon in the first place.).- 7.62x51mm NATO
M16A2 Rifle - 5.56x45mm. Select Fire rifle (Safe/Semi/3 round Burst Only).
M16A4 with carry handle attached and standard A2 handguards - 5.56x45mm
M16A2 (with A2 rear Sight, brass deflector, heavy barrel and longer buttstock) 5.56x45mm with M203 grenade launcher - 40mm
Sharps 1874 - .45-70.
Spencer Model 1860 Carbine
Original Springfield Model 1888 "Trapdoor Springfield" - .45-70
Replica Springfield Model 1873 Cavalry Carbine "Trapdoor Springfield" built by Uberti Arms - .45-70
Winchester 1866 "Yellow Boy" - .44 RF.
Winchester Model 1873 carbine - 1st generation rifle - 44-40 Cal.
The 1873 "Short Rifle" model with octagon barrel
1876 Winchester rifle similar to the one used in Tombstone .
Henry 1860 brass-frame - .44 Rimfire (RF).
W. Richards - 10 Gauge. This was the actual shotgun used on the film.
Colt Model 1878 reproduction - 12 Gauge
Savage/Stevens 311A Shotgun - 12 Gauge
This is the screen used Zabala short barreled shotgun used by Denzel Washington in the film Man on Fire, very similar to Tony's lupara on The Sopranos.
Baikal - 12 gauge.
Benelli M3 Super 90 12 gauge with pistol grip stock combination
Franchi SPAS-12 with stock folded and butt-hook removed- .12 ga
Franchi PA8 12 gauge.
Holland & Holland Paradox
Ithaca 37 "Stakeout" blued finish with wooden forearm - 12 gauge
Mossberg 500A Mariner (20" barrel) with Extended Magazine Tube - 12 Gauge
Remington 870 Marine Magnum 12 Gauge
Remington 870 with sawed off barrel and stock 12 Gauge
Remington 870 with pistol grip and vertical foregrip 12 Gauge.
Remington 870 Police Magnum Riot Shotgun with Model 618 Surefire Light mounted in front - 12 gauge. This is the version used in the film.)
Custom Remington 870 combat shotgun with Mossberg Ghost Ring sights - 12 gauge. (identical configuration to the shotgun in the film: This weapon was assembled and built specially for IMFDB by MoviePropMaster2008).
Rossi Overland Shotgun - 12 Gauge

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