Far and Away is a 1992 historical drama directed by Ron Howard and starring Tom Cruise as Joseph Donnelly, a poor Irish farmer in the late 19th century who finds himself traveling to America with Shannon Christie (Nicole Kidman), a rebellious aristocratic woman who desires to lead her own life away from her family. The film follows their travels throughout the country, leading to the Land Rush of 1893. The cast includes Robert Prosky, Colm Meaney, and Thomas Gibson.
The following weapons were used in the film Far and Away:
Joseph Donnelly (Tom Cruise) tries to use a sporterised Snider-Enfield Rifle to shoot the landowner who burned down his family's home.
Snider-Enfield Mk.II** Infantry Rifle - .577 Snider
Joseph attempts to fire his very worn rifle, with disastrous results.
Dueling Flintlock Pistol
Dueling Flintlock Pistols are used when Joseph participates in a duel with Stephen Chase (Thomas Gibson).
Resin replica flintlock pistol.
The dueling pistol in the hands of Stephen Chase (Thomas Gibson
Joseph holds the dueling pistol.
One of Stephen Chase's men uses the buttstock of a Enfield P53 rifle to smash Joseph's knee when he scuffles with Chase.
British Enfield P53 - .577.
One of Stephen Chase's men uses the buttstock of a Enfield P53
rifle to smash Joseph's knee when he scuffles with Chase.
Colt 1878 DA Frontier
The Colt 1878 Double Action Frontier appears to be the revolver carried by Stephen Chase (Thomas Gibson). Colt Double Action revolvers also appear to be used after Joseph's arrival in America.
Colt 1878 Frontier Double Action - .45 Colt
A Colt Double Action revolver being used on the left after Joseph's arrival in America.
One of the two revolvers used after Joseph's arrival in America is a Adams Revolver.
The Adams Revolver is being used on the right after Joseph's arrival in America by a thug.
When Joseph & Shannon Christie (Nicole Kidman) break into a home during Christmas, the owner takes a Winchester Model 1873 Rifle to shoot at them as they flee.
Winchester 1873 Carbine - .44-40
Springfield 1873 "Trapdoor" Carbine
When one of the prospectors jumps the gun before the Land Rush, a US Cavalry soldier uses a Springfield 1873 "Trapdoor" Carbine to shoot him.
Replica Springfield Model 1873 Cavalry Carbine
"Trapdoor Springfield" built by Uberti Arms - .45-70