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Godless is a 2017 Netflix original miniseries Western that was created by Scott Frank, the screenwriter of such films as Get Shorty (1995) and 2017's Logan and the writer/director of A Walk Among the Tombstones and The Lookout. Set in the New Mexico territory in the 1880s, Godless tells the story of a ruthless outlaw who will stop at nothing to find and kill a member of his gang who betrayed and injured him during a heist, which leads him to a town populated almost entirely by women in the wake of a mining disaster. The miniseries stars Jack O'Connell, Michelle Dockery, and Jeff Daniels. This miniseries also is notable for its very accurate depiction and dialogue regarding firearms of the Old West, as well as including many period firearms besides the Colt Single Action Army. All 7 episodes were released on Netflix on November 22, 2017.
The following weapons were used in the miniseries Godless (2017):
Single Action Army "Civilian" Model
A number of Griffin's gang members, notably Bud Ledbetter (Rio Alexander) and Floyd Wilson (Justin Welborn), as well as some of the women, defending La Belle, are armed with Single Action Army "Civilian" Model revolvers.
Colt Single Action Army with 4.75" barrel, case colored and blued, referred to as "Quick-Draw" or "Civilian" model - .45 Long Colt
Colt Single Action Army w/ 4.75" barrel, custom engraved with ivory - .32-20 Winchester. Martha Bishop's revolvers look similar to this sample.
A drunk cowboy (Brad Chavez) holds a "Civilian" revolver in the night scene in La Belle.
In Roy Goode's flashback, he is held at gunpoint by one of landowner Ben Broome's men.
In Roy Goode's flashback, Bud Ledbetter cleans a nickel plated "Civilian" revolver. The cylinder is removed.
An unnamed gang member at the foreground fires a "Civilian" revolver. Another outlaw at the background holds an "Artillery" model.
Martha Bishop (Christiane Seidel
) fires a matched pair of nickel plated engraved revolvers during the shootout with Frank's gang.
Floyd Wilson loads his blued "Civilian" revolver with stag horn grips.
One more view of Wilson's revolver.
Single Action Army "Artillery" Model
Sheriff's deputy Whitey Winn (Thomas Brodie-Sangster) carries a matched pair of nickel plated Single Action Army "Artillery" Model revolvers with ivory grips, keeping them in two gun belts worn over one another, and drawing and spinning them quite often. Mary Agnes McNue (Merritt Wever) and Sarah Doyle (Audrey Moore) carry blued "Artillery" revolvers.
Colt Single Action Army with 5.5" barrel known as the "Artillery" model - .45 Long Colt
Whitey Winn perfors heroic poses, looking at a mirror.
One of Ed Logan's men holds an "Artillery" revolver with deep blued finish.
Winn confronts two drunk cowboys.
Mary Agnes aims her revolver at the storeowner Asa Leopold.
Another view of the same scene.
Mary Agnes competes Winn in quick drawing.
Winn with two revolvers in hands.
Mary Agnes fires at gang member Daryl Devlin.
Sarah Doyle holds an "Artillery" revolver during the shootout with the gang.
Sarah holds her revolver after the shootout.
Whitey Winn carries his revolvers in holsters on a promotional image.
Mary Agnes McNue holds a revolver on a production still.
Single Action Army "Cavalry" Model
Sheriff Bill McNue (Scoot McNairy) carries a Single Action Army "Cavalry" Model revolver. "Cavalry" revolvers are also used by several outlawas, notably Bill Chick (Luke Robertson), and by women of La Belle. Roy Goode (Jack O'Connell) uses a "Cavalry" revolver in the scene in Alice Fletcher's house.
Colt Single Action Army with 7.5" barrel known as the "Cavalry" model - .45 Long Colt
Sheriff McNue's revolver in holster.
Roy Goode fires at a rattlesnake that is a threat to a baby.
Bill Chick, wounded in the hand, holds a "Cavalry" revolver during the shootout in Hobbs' house.
A gang member holds a "Cavalry" revolver.
A woman with a "Cavalry" revolver in hand is gunned down.
A good view of Chick's revolver.
Sheriff McNue holds his revolver after the shootout.
Colt 1871-72 Open Top
Colt 1871-72 Open Top revolvers are main handguns of Roy Goode (Jack O'Connell) and Frank Griffin's righthand man Gatz Brown (Adam David Thompson). Roy's revolver is described as .38 caliber, it has black grips. Gatz Brown's revolver has ivory grips.
Colt 1871-72 Open Top - .44 Henry rimfire
A close-up of Roy's revolver in a flashback scene.
Frank Griffin (Jeff Daniels
) gives a Colt Open Top revolver to Roy in a flashback scene.
Gatz Brown carries his revolver in a flashback scene. The ivory grip is seen.
Gatz holds his revolver at the background.
Roy holds the holstered revolver that was hidden on the graveyard.
Blackdom resident Grandfather Damon (Mathew Greer) aims his Colt Open Top during the shootout in Hobbs' house.
Gatz is gunned down during the shootout in La Belle.
Roy fires at Frank Griffin.
A close-up of Roy's revolver on a promotional image.
Colt 1860 Army (Richards Conversion)
One of the bodyguards of mining tycoon J.B. Sloan carries a Colt 1860 Army with Richards conversion during the attack of Frank's gang on the train. Same looking revolver is seen in hands of one of women of La Belle.
Colt 1860 Army with Richards conversion.
Another view of the revolver.
A woman with a Colt 1860 Army revolver is gunned down.
Colt 1860 Army "Avenging Angel" (Richards-Mason conversion)
One of the revolvers, used by the outlaw Donnie Devlin (Matthew Dennis Lewis), is a "belly gun" version of Colt 1860 Army, commonly referred as "Avenging Angel" or sometimes "1860 Civilian". Judging by the cylinder, this is a Richards-Mason conversion. The screen gun is probably build upon an Uberti replica of Colt 1860.
Uberti replica of 1860 Army "Avenging Angel" with Richards-Mason conversion. The screen gun looks nearly the same except for sightly shorter barrel.
Donnie Devlin holds a Colt 1851 Navy and a short-barreled Colt 1860 Army in the scene in Hobbs' house.
Donnie fires his revolvers.
Donnie Devlin's (Matthew Dennis Lewis) second revolver is a Colt 1851 Navy with a cartridge conversion that retains the loading lever of the original cap and ball revolver. It looks similar to very rare Thuer Conversion, designed by F. Alexander Thuer in 1868. This conversion uses front-loaded, tapered cartridges that don't require a cylinder with bored-through chambers, thus avoiding troubles with the Rollin White patent. Similar revolvers are seen in hands of several more outlaws and residents of La Belle and Blackdom.
For comparison: Colt 1851 Navy - .36 caliber.
For comparison: Colt 1851 Navy with Thuer cartridge conversion - .36 Thuer
A gang member with a Colt 1851 Navy revolver is gunned down during the chase after Roy Goode.
A good view of Donnie Devlin's Colt 1851 Navy during the shootout in Hobbs' house.
Same looking revolver is seen in hands of a Blackdom resident in the same scene.
One of women of La Belle fires a Colt 1851 Navy.
A Colt 1851 Navy revolver is seen in hands of a gang member.
Colt 1877 Lightning / Thunderer
One of Daryl Devlin's (Russell Dennis Lewis) revolvers is a Colt 1877 Lightning or Thunderer.
For comparison: Colt 1877 "Thunderer" Double Action revolver. - .41 Colt.
Daryl carries his Colt in holster. The typical grip of Lightning and Thunderer models is seen.
Another view of Daryl's Colt in holster in a flashback scene that shows Devlins twins joining the gang.
Daryl fires both revolvers at Blackdom residents.
A Colt Lightning or Thunderer (maybe same prop reused) is attached below the table in Hobbs' house. The Colt logo can be seen on the grip.
Colt 1849 Pocket
One of Roy Goode's flashbacks shows 15 Year Old Roy (Griffin Kane) holding a Colt 1849 Pocket revolver.
Colt 1849 Pocket with 4" barrel - .31 caliber
Young Roy aims his revolver when he meets Frank Griffin (Jeff Daniels
Another view of the same scene.
A close-up of Roy's revolver in Frank's hands.
Frank Griffin (Jeff Daniels) carries a Remington 1875 revolver. Several of his men, as well as La Belle residents, including deputy Whitey Winn (Thomas Brodie-Sangster), also are seen with Remington 1875 revolvers.
Remington 1875 - .45 Long Colt.
The Remington 1875 revolver is seen in hands of Frank Griffin during the train robbery.
One of Ed Logan's men (in center) holds a nickel plated Remington 1875 revolver.
Griffin holds his revolver in the scene in the camp of Norwegian settlers.
Griffin fires his revolver during the chase after Roy Goode.
Griffin aims his revolver at Sheriff McNue.
Storeowner Asa Leopold (Randy Oglesby
) loads a nickel plated Remington 1875.
Gang member Alonzo Bunker (Joe Pingue
) breaks into the hotel in La Belle and fires at the defenders.
One of women of La Belle fires a Remington 1875.
Griffin reaches his revolver when he meets Roy Goode during the shootout in La Belle.
Gang members fire Remington 1875 and Single Action Army "Artillery" revolvers.
Wounded Griffin hands his revolver to Truckee (Samuel Marty).
Truckee holds the revolver.
A good view of Griffin's Remington 1875 on a promotional image.
Remington 1875 (short-barreled)
Short-barreled Remington 1875 revolvers are seen in hands of 10 Year Old Roy Goode (Jack McGrew) in a flashback scene about Roy's childhood, and of Elias Hobbs (Erik LaRay Harvey) during the attack of the gang on the latter's house. These revolvers may be Cimarron 1875 "Outlaw" or Uberti 1875 "Frontier" replicas.
Cimarron 1875 "Outlaw" with 5 1/2" barrel - .44 WCF
Young Roy Goode holds a short-barreled Remington 1875 revolver while his elder brother Jim holds a Henry 1860
Another view of the same scene.
Young Roy aims his revolver.
Elias Hobbs draws his revolver...
...and fires at an invader.
Remington 1858 New Army
What appears to be a Remington 1858 New Army revolver is seen in hands of a gang member during the chase after Roy Goode. Similar revolver is seen among the firearms in Sheriff's office.
Remington 1858 New Army - .44 caliber
An outlaw in center aims his revolver.
He is gunned down by Roy.
A Remington 1858 is partially seen on the table at the far left.
Unidentified Smith & Wesson
Webster (Nathan Darrow), a detective of Pinkerton agency, carries a nickel plated top break Smith & Wesson revolver. Strangely, it combines features of various versions of Model 3, such as the Model 3 style frame, Russian Model or Schofield style extractor shroud and frame latch, and the angular rear part of the frame and the grip are similar to the New Model No. 3. Exactly the same revolver is seen in News of the World and Deadwood: The Movie, which have the same armorer, Joey "Rocketshoes" Dillon.
Smith & Wesson Model 3 Russian 1st Model
Smith & Wesson Schofield Model 3 with nickel finish
Smith & Wesson New Model No. 3 with nickel finish
Webster carries his revolver in shoulder holster.
Martha Bishop (Christiane Seidel) takes the revolver from wounded Webster, opens and unloads it.
Webster draws his revolver during the shootout with the gang.
Webster in action. The scene reveals the revolver as a single action gun.
Wounded Webster holds his revolver.
Smith & Wesson No.3 Russian Model
Ed Logan (Kim Coates), the head of the security of the mining company, carries a Smith & Wesson No.3 Russian Model revolver. Similar revolver is seen in hands of a gang member.
Uberti No 3 New Model Russian Top Break - replica of the Smith & Wesson No. 3 Russian Model - .44 Russian/.45 Long Colt
Logan (at the right) holds a Smith & Wesson Russian Model revolver.
Logan carries the revolver in holster in another scene. The typical finger spur on the trigger guard is seen.
An outlaw at the far left holds what is supposed to be a Russian Model revolver, judging by the general shape and especially by the finger spur.
Smith & Wesson Schofield
Marshal John Cook (Sam Waterston) carries a Smith & Wesson Schofield revolver with deep blued finish and ivory grips. This gun is seen only in holster. An ordinary Schofield is used by one of women of La Belle.
Smith & Wesson Schofield Model 3 with blued finish - .45 Schofield (right side)
Marshal Cook carries his revolver in holster.
Marshal Cook carries his revolver in holster.
Mary Agnes McNue gives a Schofield revolver to an aged woman (during the shootout the same character holds a Bulldog revolver).
Marshal Cook carries his revolver in holster on a promotional image.
Smith & Wesson "Wells Fargo" Schofield
Daryl Devlin's (Russell Dennis Lewis) second revolver is a nickel plated Smith & Wesson "Wells Fargo" Schofield. A nickel plated Schofield "Wells Fargo" is also used by Callie Dunne (Tess Frazer) during the shootout with the gang (when the women get weapons, Callie is armed with a Single Action Army revolver). Another woman of La Belle holds a blued Schofield "Wells Fargo" revolver.
Smith & Wesson "Wells Fargo" Schofield with nickel plating
Daryl's Schofield "Wells Fargo" revolver is seen in holster.
Daryl holds the revolver during the shootout in Hobbs' house.
Callie Dunne fires her revolver.
Daryl fires his revolver.
Daryl is gunned down and drops his revolver.
Callie reloads her revolver.
One of women of La Belle fires a blued Schofield "Wells Fargo" revolver.
Daryl's Schofield "Wells Fargo" revolver is seen on a promotional image (at the far left).
Smith & Wesson New Model No. 3
Gang member Dyer Howe (Keith Jardine) carries a Smith & Wesson New Model No.3 revolver. It is seen only in holster.
Smith & Wesson New Model No. 3 with 5 inch barrel
Howe carries the revolver in holster during the confrontation with Roy Goode in a saloon.
The grip and the rear part of the frame are seen when Howe is gunned down.
The brown, probably plastic grip of Howe's holstered revolver can be seen on a promotional image.
Merwin & Hulbert First/Second Model
A bright nickel plated Merwin & Hulbert First or Second Model revolver with "skullcrusher" butt is used by Charlotte Temple (Samantha Soule).
Nickel plated Merwin & Hulbert Second Model with 7 inch barrel and "skullcrusher" butt - .44-40. The screen gun looks the same, except for shorter, probably 5.5 inch barrel.
Mary Agnes teaches Charlotte how to load the revolver. The unique ejection system of Merwin & Hulbert models is seen.
Charlotte with the revolver.
The "skullcrusher" butt is seen.
Another view of the revolver.
Charlotte empties her revolver at the already dead Bud Ledbetter.
Charlotte holds the revolver after the shootout.
A perfect view of the revolver on a promotional image.
An aged woman holds a Bulldog revolver during the shootout. This revolver may be an original Webley production or an American copy, for example a Forehand & Wadsworth British Bulldog.
For reference: Forehand & Wadsworth British Bulldog. This is a genuine screen gun used by Joanna Pacula
The aged woman in action.
She holds the revolver after the shootout.
Alice Fletcher (Michelle Dockery) carries an iron-framed Henry 1860 throughout the series, wielding it many times at visitors approaching her ranch, and using it to great effect in the final shootout. This rifle is also seen being held by her son Truckee (Samuel Marty) and by Roy Goode (Jack O'Connell). In a flashback scene, 15 Year Old Jim Goode (Austin Kane), Roy's elder brother, holds a standard Henry rifle with brass receiver.
It is notable that both Alice and Truckee demonstrate the proper technique when holding the Henry rifle: gripping it by the front of the receiver, not the magazine tube. This is done since the gun has no handguard and magazine tube is open along the bottom, and the spring can pinch the shooter's fingers when firing multiple rounds. Alice also often wears a heavy glove on her left hand to prevent burning her hand on the barrel when firing.
New Original Henry Iron Frame - .44-40 WCF. This is a modern replica of iron-framed Henry 1860.
Brass-framed Henry 1860 - .44RF
Alice Fletcher aims a Henry rifle.
A good view of the iron-framed Henry.
Alice wielding her Henry rifle. Note her proper hold on the rifle; by the receiver with a gloved hand.
Roy hands the rifle to Truckee during the hunt.
Roy reminds Truckee to cock back the hammer on the Henry. Note his good grip on the receiver of the rifle. This is the proper way to shoot a Henry.
Truckee aims the rifle at an elk.
Jim Goode holds a brass-framed Henry in a flashback scene.
Alice fires her rifle during the shootout in La Belle.
A perfect view of Alice Fletcher's rifle on a promotional image.
Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy" Carbine
Roy Goode (Jack O'Connell) uses a Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy" carbine in numerous scenes, including the escape from the gang and the shootout in La Belle. "Yellow Boy" carbines are also seen in hands of Frank Griffin (Jeff Daniels), Gatz Brown (Adam David Thompson), Norwegian settler Nicholas Gustavson (Ali Agirnas), Louise Hobbs (Jessica Sulla) and several women of La Belle. As flashback scenes are intentionally filmed in more dull colors, the yellow brass receivers sometimes look too greyish that leads to misidentifying of Model 1866 as Model 1873 (promotional images, made in full color, show the brass receiver of Roy's Winchester).
Winchester 1866 "Yellow Boy" Carbine - .44 RF
Masked Roy Goode holds a Winchester 1866 carbine in a flashback scene that depicts the train robbery. Dull colors in this scene make the brass frame look greyish.
Nicholas Gustavson holds a Winchester 1866 carbine.
Roy fires his carbine in the flashback scene that depicts his escape from the gang. A spent ammo is seen in the midair.
Roy reloads and fires his carbine.
A close-up of the muzzle and magazine tube.
Gatz Brown holds a carbine in a flashback scene.
Frank Griffin shows a carbine to young Roy.
Louise Hobbs with a carbine during the shootout with the gang.
Roy fires his carbine during the shootout in La Belle.
Roy Goode holds his Winchester 1866 carbine on a promotional image. The black grips of Roy's holstered Colt 1871-72 Open Top
can be seen.
Roy Goode aims his Winchester 1866 carbine on promotional image that matches the scene of Roy's escape from the gang. It allows to compare the greyish color of the receiver on the screenshots of the same scene with the real color of the rifle.
Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy" Rifle
Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy" rifles are used by a number of women of La Belle. Due to continuity errors, Model 1866 rifles and carbines sometimes switch to each other.
Winchester 1866 "Yellow Boy" Rifle - .44 RF
One of Ed Logan's men (at the far right) holds a Winchester 1866 rifle in a night scene.
One of the women of La Belle is armed with a Winchester 1866 rifle.
A woman of La Belle fires a Winchester 1866 rifle.
A Winchester 1866 rifle is seen in hands of a woman at the foreground.
A woman is gunned down and drops her rifle.
A promotional image shows women of La Belle with Winchester 1866 rifle (at the foreground) and carbine (at the background).
Winchester Model 1873 Carbine
Winchester Model 1873 carbines are used by deputy Whitey Winn (Thomas Brodie-Sangster), Anna McNue (Whitney Able), Martha Bishop (Christiane Seidel), Julie Ann (Barbie Robertson), Callie Dunne (Tess Frazer) and some other women of La Belle. Due to continuity errors, Model 1873 rifles and carbines sometimes switch to each other.
Winchester Model 1873 carbine - 1st generation rifle - .44-40 WCF
A pair of Winchester 1873 carbines in Sheriff's office.
Anna McNue holds a carbine in a flashback scene.
Whitey Winn draws his carbine from the saddle holster.
One of women of La Belle with a Winchester 1873 carbine.
Callie Dunne aims her carbine. The saddle ring is seen.
Martha and Julie fire at bandits.
One of women of La Belle fires a Winchester 1873 carbine.
Martha holds a Winchester 1873 carbine on a promotional image. Her pair of SAA revolvers are seen in holsters.
Winchester Model 1873 Rifle
Winchester Model 1873 rifles are used by Sheriff Bill McNue (Scoot McNairy), Ed Logan (Kim Coates) and a number of La Belle and Blackdom residents.
Winchester Model 1873 "Short Rifle" model with octagon barrel - .44-40 WCF
A Winchester 1873 rifle is seen in the gun rack in Sheriff's office together with several carbines.
Another view of Winchester 1873 rifle and carbines in the gun rack.
Sheriff McNue loads his rifle.
Bill McNue holds his rifle in a flashback scene.
Ed Logan aims his rifle at Roy in a night scene.
One of the Blackdom residents fires at bandits.
Julie Ann (Barbie Robertson) holds a Winchester 1873 rifle. During the shootout, she is armed with a carbine.
Callie Dunne (Tess Frazer) holds a Winchester 1873 rifle. During the shootout, she is armed with a carbine.
Sheriff fires his rifle during the shootout with the gang.
Sheriff Bill McNue holds his rifle on a promotional image.
Winchester Model 1876
Mary Agnes McNue (Merritt Wever) carries a Winchester Model 1876 rifle throughout the series. Unlike the widely renowned 1873 Model, the Winchester '76 was built with a much larger receiver for accommodating larger, more powerful ammunition. It's chambered in .50-95 Sharps, which Mary Agnes specifically mentions when buying ammunition, prompting the store owner to ask if she's hunting buffalo (A resonable and accurate question, being that the .50-95 Sharps cartridge was developed as a buffalo round, specifically for single-shot Sharps rifles). She uses it to great effect during the final gun shootout.
Winchester Model 1876 rifle.
Mary Agnes holds her Winchester 1876 rifle.
A close-up of the barrel.
Mary Agnes with the Winchester 1876 and Alice Fletcher with the Henry rifle.
Mary Agnes operates the lever.
Mary Agnes loads the rifle.
Mary Agnes and Alice fire at the gang from the rooftop.
A close-up of the receiver of the Winchester on a promotional image.
A perfect view of the very battered rifle in hands of Mary Agnes on a promotional image.
Aged Paiute woman Iyovi (Tantoo Cardinal) uses a Sharps Carbine on hunt. The exact model of the carbine is unclear, possibly M1863, M1869 or M1874.
Sharps 1874 Cavalry Carbine - .45-70 caliber
Iyovi's Sharps carbine in saddle holster.
A close-up of the carbine.
Another view of Iyovi's Sharps carbine.
A Spencer 1860 is briefly seen among the guns of women of La Belle.
Spencer Model 1860 Carbine - .56-56 Spencer rimfire
Very typical details of Spencer 1860 are seen.
Springfield 1873 Trapdoor Carbine
Springfield 1873 Trapdoor Carbines are used by women of La Belle.
Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor Cavalry Carbine, replica by Uberti Arms - .45-70
One of the women holds a Trapdoor carbine. Another carbine can be seen among the guns, leaning against the wall.
Production stills of the extras. Two Trapdoors carbines are seen.
Springfield 1861 or 1863 Rifled Musket
Two percussion cap muskets, most likely Springfield 1861 or 1863, are seen among the guns of women of La Belle.
Springfield Model 1861 - .58 caliber Minie ball. Note curved hammer and conventional priming.
Springfield Model 1863 - .58 caliber minie ball. Note straight hammer and screw-retained barrel bands.
A percussion cap musket is seen on the table in Sheriff's office.
Two percussion cap muskets lean against the wall when Mary Agnes distribute the weapons.
Sawed-off Percussion Cap Musket
A Cheyenne warrior holds a sawed-off percussion cap musket in a flashback scene. The base gun hardly can be identified.
Coach Guns are used by Donnie Devlin (Matthew Dennis Lewis) and Gatz Brown (Adam David Thompson).
For reference: Colt Model 1878 reproduction - 12 Gauge
Gatz fires at Marshal Cook.
Gatz stands over Cook with his shotgun in hands.
Another view of the same scene.
Donnie Devlin holds the Coach Gun on a promotional image.
Gatz Brown holds the Coach Gun on a promotional image.
Double Barreled Shotgun
Full-size Double Barreled Shotguns are used by Mary Agnes (Merritt Wever), Elias Hobbs (Erik LaRay Harvey), and Hiram (Russel G. Jones).
For reference: Charles Parker 1878 Side by Side Shotgun - 12 gauge
Mary Agnes holds a shotgun on hunt.
She holds the opened shotgun.
Another view of Hobbs' shotgun.
During the shootout with the gang, Hiram fires at Bud Ledbetter.
Mary Agnes fires her shotgun on a promotional image.
Mary Agnes holds the shotgun on a promotional image.
Elias Hobbs holds the shotgun on a promotional image.
Firearms in Animation Sequences
Various firearms can be seen in animation sequences during the opening credites.
A revolver in holster. It looks more like Colt or Smith & Wesson revolvers of the 20th century.
A woman aims a rifle that distantly resembles Winchester models.
A bandolier with ammo. A percussion cap gun is seen at the background left.
A pair of percussion cap muskets, resembling Springfield models.
An over and under shotgun. Such guns appeared only in the 20th century.
Two revovlers and a percussion cap musket on the table. The revolver, partially hidden in snake's coils, is definitly a Smith & Wesson
model with swing-out cylinder that was introduced only in 1899