Curse of the Puppet Master
Curse of the Puppet Master is a 1998 horror film from Full Moon Productions and the sixth installment in their signature Puppet Master franchise (the fourth and fifth films in the series featured no firearms). Set some time after Puppet Master 4 and Puppet Master 5 (which were intended to be the finale to the series), Curse takes a different approach than its predecessors; moving the setting to a small backwoods town and focuses on a young man named Robert "Tank" Winsley (Josh Green) who's gift for intricate woodcarving is discovered by Dr. Magrew (George Peck) who now possesses Toulon's puppets and is determined to replicate Toulon's animation process, but cannot carve the intricate clockwork interiors needed for the puppets to work.
The following weapons were used in the film Curse of the Puppet Master:
Sheriff Garvey (Robert Donavan) and Deputy Wayburn (Jason-Shane Scott) are armed with Beretta 92FS pistols.