The Godfather Part III
The Godfather Part III is the third and final installment in the film saga of the Corleone crime family that began with 1972's The Godfather and continued with 1974's The Godfather Part II. The 1990 film follows Michael Corleone (Al Pacino) as he attempts to mend his criminal past by going into business with the Vatican.
The following weapons were used in the film The Godfather Part III:
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Vincent Mancini (Andy Garcia) pulls a Beretta Cheetah when confronted by assassins sent by Joey Zasa (Although the pistol turns into a Walther PP for a close-up).
Vincent aims the Cheetah at the other thug.
For the close-up in which Vincent shoots the thug through the head, an Walther PP replaces the Beretta Cheetah. Al Neri (Richard Bright) is also given a Walther PP hidden in a box of cookies while on the train to meet Archbishop Gilday.
Walther PP - 6.35mm auto (.25 ACP), 7.65x17mm (.32 ACP) Auto or 9x17mm (.380 ACP).
In a continuity error, Vincent puts a Walther PP to the head of a thug sent to kill him instead of the Beretta. Because a blank-firing pistol would be used so close to a real person, the head seen here is very likely not of the real actor, but rather an elaborate dummy head.
Neri checks his PP hidden in a box of cookies.
Smith & Wesson Model 10HB
While dressed as an NYPD officer on horseback, Vincent Mancini (Andy Garcia) uses a Smith & Wesson Model 10HB.
Smith & Wesson Model 19
A Smith & Wesson Model 19 can be seen hanging in Mosca's cabinet of costumes and guns.
Smith & Wesson Model 19 Combat Magnum - .357 Magnum
A Model 19 is on the door above Mosca's assistant's left shoulder.
An Astra 400 pistol can be seen in Mosca's cabinet of costumes and guns.
Astra 400 (9 mm Bergmann-Bayard caliber)
An Astra 400 hangs on the wall under the three knives.
One of the hoods sent by Joey Zasa to kill Vincent Mancini (Andy Garcia) carries a Beretta 92SB-C. One of the twins, Armand (Rogerio Miranda) and Francesco (Carlos Miranda), employed by Michael as bodyguards, also carries a Beretta 92SB-C.
Beretta 92SB-C, compact model of the 92SB - 9x19mm
A hood brandishes the Beretta 92SB-C while threatening Grace Hamilton (Bridget Fonda
One of the twins with his pistol.
Beretta Model 70
Vincent Mancini (Andy Garcia) draws a Beretta Model 70 while on the opera house steps.
Frederick Keinszig (Helmut Berger) keeps a Walther P38 as his personal sidearm when he goes on the run from the mob.
Keinszig's P38 falls off the table with his money when Vincent's men find him.
Mosca (Mario Donatone) fires two shots from a Browning Hi-Power while on the opera steps.
Mosca draws his Hi-Power.
Several 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotguns with exposed hammers can be seen. Al Neri (Richard Bright) uses one to blast out of the Atlantic City meeting, one of Vincent's hitmen uses one during the street parade shooting, Mosca (Mario Donatone) uses one when shooting at Don Tommasino's car, and some of the actors during Anthony's opera in Sicily can be seen handling some.
Colt Model 1878 reproduction - 12 Gauge
Al Neri blows a door open to help Vincent and Michael escape.
One of Vincent's hitmen reveals a shotgun from under his costume.
An actor picks up a shotgun on stage.
A bodyguard checks the shotgun wielded by a man on the opera house steps.
The helicopter hitmen sent by Joey Zasa (Joe Mantegna) use Uzi submachine guns during the hit on Michael Corleone (Al Pacino) and other mob bosses at the Atlantic City meeting.
A hitman fires an Uzi from a helicopter.
One of Vincent's hitmen during the street parade hit carries a MAC-10.
Ingram MAC 10 open bolt submachine gun - .45 ACP
Vincent's hitman reveals his MAC-10.
Carcano M38 Cavalry Carbine
Mosca (Mario Donatone) loads but never gets a chance to fire his Carcano M38 Cavalry Carbine stashed in the opera house.
Carcano M38 Cavalry Carbine with folded bayonet - 6.5mm.
Mosca loads a round into the rifle. This appears to be a 7.35x51mm instead of the more common 6.5x52mm.
Mosca fixes a scope onto the rifle.