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Borsalino is a 1970 French-Italian crime movie directed by Jacques Deray and starring Alain Delon and Jean-Paul Belmondo as criminals Roch Siffredi and François Capella who raise for power in early 1930s Marseilles. In 1974 a sequel Borsalino and Co. was released.
The following weapons are seen in the movie Borsalino:
Mle 1892 Revolver
Mle 1892 Revolvers are seen in several scenes.
Modele d’Ordonnance Mle 1892 Revolver - 8x27mm SR.
During the shootout with Poli's men in the slaughterhouse François Capella (Jean-Paul Belmondo
) disarms one of the enemies who is armed with Mle 1892 revolver.
Capella examines this revolver.
Capella holds M1A1 Thompson
, wounded Siffredi holds Mle 1892 during the same scene.
One of crime boss Marello's bodyguards is armed with Mle 1892 revolver.
Smith & Wesson Military and Police
Several characters are seen with Smith & Wesson Military and Police revolvers, including Roch Siffredi (Alain Delon) and Spada (Pierre Koulak).
Smith & Wesson Model M&P Revolver with 5" Barrel - .38 Special.
Roch Siffredi (Alain Delon
) fires his Military & Police revolver.
FN Model 1922
FN Model 1922 pistols are seen in hands of policemen. It is also a personal weapon of crime boss Marello (Arnoldo Foà).
Policeman holds at gunpoint with his FN Model 1922 an arrested criminal.
Marello holds his FN Model 1922. (SPOILER!
Highlight to see description)Marello tried to shoot Roch Siffredi but Roch threw his knife faster.
M1A1 Thompson submachine guns are used in several scenes by Roch Siffredi (Alain Delon), François Capella (Jean-Paul Belmondo), their henchmen and their enemies. All SMGs is fitted with a vertical foregrips and drum magazines, and also sometimes fitted with Cutts compensators - to make their match the more period-accurate M1928 (as the M1A1 is anachronistic).
Thompson M1A1 with vertical foregrip and Cutts compensator - .45 ACP
Capella holds Tommy gun, wounded Siffredi holds Mle 1892 Revolver
during the shootout with Poli's men in the slaughterhouse.
Capella fires his Thompson.
Wounded Siffredi fires his Thompson single-hand. It's hard to believe that someone who is not of heroic stature and also is wounded could perform such a feat.
Capella and Siffredi examine their new Thompsons. Siffredi holds M1A1 with vertical foregrip, while Capella holds M1928. Both SMGs are not loaded.
Capella and Siffredi loads their Thompsons.
During the shootout with Poli's men in the slaughterhouse, one of the enemy gangsters armed M1928 Thompson (in the next scene when SMG passes into the hands of Capella, due to continuity error it switches to modified M1A1). Later in one of the scenes Capella holds M1928 with rear sight from M1A1.
M1928 "Tommy Gun" or "Chicago typewriter" with 50-round drum magazine - .45 ACP, made famous through countless classic gangster movies.
Enemy gangster holds M1928 Thompson.
Capella holds M1928 Thompson with rear sight from M1A1.
F1 Hand Grenade
F1 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade with Mle1935 fuse.
Several F1 hand grenades
are seen on the table together with four Thompsons
and several pistols and revolvers. Grenades were never used in action during the movie.