Elvis Presley

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Elvis Presley (1935–1977) holds a Single Action Army revolver mocked up to resemble a Remington 1858 New Army revolver as Clint Reno on a promotion still for Love Me Tender (1956).
Elvis Presley carries an M1911 in holster as Tulsa McLean on a promotion still for G.I. Blues (1960).
Elvis Presley holds a Single Action Army "Civilian" model revolver as Jess Wade in Charro! (1969). Note: it's the only case when Elvis had a beard in his movies.

While best known as a musician, Elvis Presley served in the US Army from 1958-1960 prior to continuing his music and acting career and was an avid gun enthusiast.

Elvis Presley can be seen using the following weapons in the following films:

Film

Gun Character Title Note Date
Single Action Army Clint Reno Love Me Tender mocked up to resemble Remington 1858 New Army 1956
Remington 1858 New Army Clint Reno Love Me Tender Cartrige conversion 1956
Colt M1911 Tulsa McLean G.I. Blues In holster 1960
Single Action Army Cavalry Model Pacer Burton Flaming Star 1960
Winchester Model 1892 Rifle Pacer Burton Flaming Star 1960
Marlin Model 1889 Pacer Burton Flaming Star 1960
Smith & Wesson Military & Police Toby Kwimper Follow That Dream 1962
Thompson M1921AC Toby Kwimper Follow That Dream 1962
Winchester Model 1897 Toby Kwimper Follow That Dream 1962
Springfield Allin Conversion Model 1866 Trapdoor Jodie Tatum Kissin' Cousins 1964
Ithaca 37 Jodie Tatum Kissin' Cousins 1964
Single Action Army Lucky Jackson Viva Las Vegas "Artillery" and "Cavalry" 1964
Remington Semi-Auto Shotgun Lucky Jackson Viva Las Vegas Supposedly Model 58 Sportsman 1964
Single Action Army Civilian model Lonnie Beale as Panhandle Kid Tickle Me Two nickel plated with pearl grips 1965
Smith & Wesson Model 27 Lonnie Beale Tickle Me 3.5" barrel 1965
Melior New Model Guy Lambert Double Trouble 1967
Smith & Wesson Military & Police Joe Lightcloud Stay Away, Joe 1968
Single Action Army "Civilian" model Jess Wade Charro! 1969



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