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Hannie Caulder is a 1971 Western starring Raquel Welch as the title character, a woman who wants to exact revenge on the gang of outlaw brothers who terrorized her and killed her husband. Robert Culp co-stars as a bounty hunter whom Hannie asks to train her in the ways of the gun. The film was directed by Burt Kennedy (The War Wagon) and the cast also included Ernest Borgnine, Strother Martin, Jack Elam, and Christopher Lee.
Hannie Caulder (Raquel Welch) carries an English Tranter self-cocking revolver. Based on the size, this is likely a 54-bore (.442 calibre) model. In the film, this revolver is scratch-made by a gunsmith named Bailey (Christopher Lee).
Colt Single Action Army
Smith & Wesson New Model No.3
Thomas Luther Price (Robert Culp) carries two revolvers one in a side holster and one in a cross draw holster. One of these weapons which Hannie takes in order to practice shooting appears to be a Smith & Wesson New Model No.3.
Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine
Hannie Caulder's husband holds a Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine on the Clemens brothers when they first arrive at his home.
12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun
At the beginning of the film the Clemens brothers rob a bank and are subsequently fired on by the Federales.
Coach Guard Weapons
After attacking Hannie at her home, the Clemens brothers get involved in a shootout with a group of stagecoach guards using various weapons.