Love and Bullets
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Love and Bullets is a British 1979 crime drama directed by Stuart Rosenberg and starring Charles Bronson as Phoenix PD Lt. Charlie Congers who is sent by FBI in Switzerland to brink back in USA Jackie Pruit (Jill Ireland), a former mistress of a crime boss Joe Bomposa (Rod Steiger).
The following weapons were used in the film Love and Bullets:
During the hunt for Congers and Jackie in Swiss mountains one of Farroni's henchmen carries a Browning Hi-Power pistol.
A Sterling SMG is used by one of Farroni's henchmen during an assassination attempt in funicular.
A suppressed MAC-10 is briefly seen in hands of Farroni's henchman in the night scene.
In the scene in Geneva several FBI agents are armed with Uzi SMGs.
Double Barreled Shotgun
M1 Carbine-style rifle
A semi auto rifle with sniper scope and sound suppressor is used by Farroni's henchman during the assassination attempt in train. In the scene in Geneva a sniper uses supposedly same rifle. Generally the rifle resembles M1 Carbine but it has a shorter stock and a different barrel.
In one scene Farroni's henchman is armed with what appears to be a "Suadanese" type Armalite AR-10. One of the FBI agents in the scene in Geneva can also be seen with this rifle.
Unidentified assault rifle
One of the FBI agents in the scene in Geneva carries an assault rifle with collapsible buttstock. It resembles HK91 but it's hard to say for sure.