|The Alamo (1960)
|| United States
||Jerry Bresler Productions
The following guns were used in the film The Alamo (1960):
Kentucky Flintlock Rifle
The Kentucky Flintlock Rifle is prominantly seen in the hands of the defenders of The Alamo, and is the only identifiable flintlock rifle used in the film.
Kentucky Flintlock Rifle - .36, .45, and .50 caliber.
The Boy pours powder in the flashpan of his Kentucky rifle to fire off a signaling shot to the Tennessee soldiers as the Parson (Hank Worden
) reads Scripture.
Colonel Davy Crockett (John Wayne
) with his .36 caliber Kentucky Rifle wrapped in deerskin.
crocketts "Kentucky" rifle looks more like a flint lock hawken rifle with that half stock for the foregrip
Crockett and his men fire their rifles on the attacking Mexican soldiers.
Crockett fires his Kentucky rifle.
French 1766 Charleville Infantry Muskets
Charleville Musket - .69 caliber
Officers in the film keep dress officer's Flintlock Pistols in cross draw holsters throughout the film. Jim Bowie (Richard Widmark) holds a smaller model on Colonel Davy Crockett (John Wayne) before he takes it from him. Bowie is also seen wielding two pistols during the last stand. Colonel William Travis (Laurence Harvey) also wields one during the fighting.
Replica Spanish Miqulet Flintlock Pistol similar
General Sam Houston (Richard Boone
) with a dress pistol in his holster.
Capt. Almeron "Dick" Dickinson with a flintlock pistol in his holster.
Crockett takes Emil Sande's pistol from him.
Crockett blows the powder out of the flashpan to render the weapon useless.
Crockett and Bowie sneak past a Mexican camp in the river while holding pistols.
Bowie wields a pair of flintlock pistols in his final moments.
Jim Bowie (Richard Widmark) carries a 7-barreled Nock Gun as his main weapon in the film.
Bowie armed with his seven-barreled Nock Gun.
The immense muzzle flash of Bowie's Nock Gun as he fires it, taking out mulitple Mexican soldiers in one shot.
Crockett gives Bowie back his Nock Gun.
Bowie armed with his Nock Gun during the final battle at the Alamo.
Bowie guns down multiple Mexican soldiers with his Nock Gun during his final moments. Note that the weapon is much larger here than in other scenes, because this gun is meant to fire pyrotechnic charges that are safer at close ranges than blanks.
Trapdoor Springfield 1873
Some soldiers defending The Alamo use Trapdoor Springfield 1873 rifles mocked up as flintlock rifles, likely due to the ease of using metallic blanks cartridges instead of blank shot.
Trapdoor Springfield 1873 - .45-70.
An Alamo defender fires a Trapdoor Springfield mocked up as a flintlock rifle.
A mocked up Trapdoor Springfield circled in red in a rifle line up.