Jane Got a Gun (2016)
Jane Got a Gun is a 2016 Western directed by Gavin O'Connor (The Accountant). The film follows Jane (Natalie Portman), a woman who must defend her family from a vicious gang who seriously wounded her husband. The film is notable for reuniting Natalie Portman, Ewan McGregor, and Joel Edgerton (who also co-wrote the script), three cast members from the Star Wars Prequel Trilogy.
The following weapons were used in the film Jane Got a Gun (2016):
Colt Walker 1847
The Colt Walker 1847 is the main sidearm of Jane (Natalie Portman) and her husband Bill "Ham" Hammond (Noah Emmerich) throughout the film. Bill Hammond keeps two of the massive revolvers, both of which have been converted to accept .44 metallic cartridges. Jane loads both Walkers in the beginning of the film, keeping one for herself and leaving the other for her husband. Fitchum (Rodrigo Santoro) recognizes the Walker Jane is carrying holstered, noting that it's a particular model of firearm and Bill Hammond's weapon of choice. In a continuity error, Jane is seen practicing with her revolver, which switches back and forth between a Walker and a Single Action Army.
Colt 1860 Army Cartridge Conversion
Dan Frost (Joel Edgerton) carries a matching set of Colt 1860 Army (Richards-Mason Conversion) revolvers throughout the film. This is true to the time period, as the Single Action Army didn't begin production until around two years after the events of the film (which takes place in 1871). However according to Wikipedia Richards and Mason were granted the patent for the cartridge conversion in 1871 and actual production did not begin until 1873. However such historical nitpicking doesn't detract from the fact that the production made an effort to use a more period correct revolver.
Colt 1860 Army
Starr 1858 Army
Fitchum (Rodrigo Santoro) also pulls a Starr 1858 Army revolver when confronted by Dan Frost and his Henry rifle. While it is obviously a double-action Starr, Frost mistakenly refers to is as a "Colt" when suggesting that Fitchum lower his weapons.
During a flashback, John Bishop (Ewan McGregor) shows Dan Frost a brass-framed Remington 1858 with ivory grips sporting Confederate "CS" medallions, which Bishop says belonged to General Beauregard who carried it at the Battle of Shiloh (1862) and calls it "the prize of his collection." There are two things worth noting here: 1) The Remington shown in the scene has a brass frame, which was never produced in original models and is a feature exclusively seen in modern reproductions. 2) General P. G. T. Beauregard was actually known for carrying a LeMat, and also being an official backer of Jean Alexander Le Mat's design. Bishop later wields the revolver alongside a Colt 1860 Army in the climactic shootout.
Single Action Army
Despite being the star of most westerns, only one Colt Single Action Army is seen in the film. When Jane practices shooting with Dan Frost, she misses hitting an ax handle with 5 shots from her revolver. In a continuity error, this gun switches back and forth between the Single Action Army and the Colt Walker Jane carries earlier in the film. Jane carries the revolver for the rest of film following this scene, holding it on John Bishop (Ewan McGregor) during the film's climax. It's unclear why Jane switches to this firearm, but it's likely that the Single Action Army would simply be more manageable in her small hands then the immense Walker. The Single Action Army is also an anachronism by around two years, as the film takes place in 1871 and the gun didn't enter production until around 1873.
Frost owns at least one Henry 1860 lever-action rifle, using it when seeing Jane in the beginning of the film and when confronting the Bishop gunman who tries to kidnap her. Jane also uses either a second or the same Henry while practicing her target shooting, using it to blast an ax handle in half after missing it with her revolver. Jane and Frost then both use Henry rifles to great effect during the climactic shootout. It's worth noting that while some western films have used brass-framed rifles such as the Winchester 1866 "Yellow Boy" with the fore-ends removed to represent Henrys, the rifles in this film are genuine Henry 1860 rifles which can be determined by the lack of a loading gate on the receiver and spring follower under the magazine tube.
Kentucky Flintlock Rifle
During the flashback in which Bishop shows Frost his Remington revolver, at least one Kentucky Flintlock Rifle can be seen hanging on the wall of his office. The rest of them are too obscured to accurately identify.