|| United States
||Michael Reilly Burke
||Karley Scott Collins
The Collector is a 2009 horror film directed by Marcus Dunstan. The Collector follows ex-con Arkin, who works as a handyman at the Chase's family home. Arkin's wife owes money to loan sharks and to protect her and his daughter, Arkin sneaks into the house (believing the family to be away on vacation) and steals a jewel to pay off the debt. However, Arkin discovers a masked serial killer has booby trapped the house, and plans on killing the family, leaving only one alive to kidnap. A sequel titled The Collection was released on November 30, 2012.
The following weapons were used in the film The Collector:
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Arkin (Josh Stewart) opens a safe and pulls out a snub-nose Colt Python, only to find it unloaded and with no ammunition in the safe.
Colt Python Snub Nose with 2.5" barrel - .357 Magnum
The revolver laying on a dresser.
A Deputy sheriff (Michael Showers) draws a Glock 17 but the handgun is never fired.
Glock 17 (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm
The Deputy sheriff (Michael Showers) aims at the Collector with a Glock 17.
The Collector (Juan Fernandez) is seen near the end of the film armed with a Mossberg 500 he stole from a police cruiser. In a continuity error, it briefly switches to a Winchester 1300.
The Mossberg 500 laying next to the Collector.
The Collector takes aim with his Mossberg 500.
The Collector firing the Mossberg 500.
Winchester 1300 Defender
In a continuity error, The Collector's shotgun briefly switches from a Mossberg to a Winchester 1300.
Winchester 1300 Defender - 12 gauge
The Collector's Mossberg 500 briefly switches to a Winchester 1300.
The Collector searching the house with the Winchester 1300.