The following weapons were used in the film Gangster No. 1:
When Freddie Mays (David Thewlis) takes Young Gangster 55 (Paul Bettany) to go see Lennie Taylor in 1968, Tommy (Kenneth Cranham) hands him a Browning Hi-Power, warning him not to use it. Later in the film, when Young Gangster pays a visit to Taylor himself, he attaches a suppressor to his Hi-Power. In 1999, Gangster 55 (Malcolm McDowell) shows that he has the same pistol and tries to get Freddie, fresh out of prison, to shoot him with it.
Classic Commercial Browning Hi-Power (Belgian Mfg) - 9x19mm
Tommy hands YG the Hi-Power.
YG sticks the Hi-Power in his waistband.
YG attaches a suppressor to his Hi-Power.
YG puts down the suppressed Hi-Power after shooting Taylor in the leg.
Thirty years later, Gangster 55 takes his Hi-Power when Freddie visits him in his flat.
Freddie grabs the Hi-Power after Gangster taunts him.
Freddie sticks the Hi-Power into Gangster's stomach.
Freddie aims the Hi-Power at Gangster.
Lennie Taylor (Jamie Foreman) shoots Freddie with a Walther PPK after it jams on his henchman Maxie King (Andrew Lincoln).
Walther PPK - 9mm Kurz aka 9x17mm (.380 ACP)
Lennie mocks his henchman for not knowing how to fire the PPK before shooting at Freddie and Karen.