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M (1931)

M was a 1931 crime film directed by famed German filmmaker Fritz Lang (Metropolis, You Only Live Once, The Big Heat) and was the star-making turn for actor Peter Lorre, who plays a compulsive child killer.

The following firearms are used in the 1931 film M:

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Pistols

Dreyse 1907

During a raid on an underground nightspot whilst searching for the killer, the Berlin police confiscate a variety of automatic handguns from the different criminals they arrest. These range from large handguns to small pocket-size ones. Most of them are Dreyse Model 1907 pistols.

Dreyse 1907 - 7.65mm Browning
4 Dreyse pistols are seen among the pile.

Mauser 1914 Pocket Pistol

A Mauser 1914 Pocket Pistol is seen among the other firearms. Der Schränker (Gustaf Gründgens) is also seen using one.

1914 Mauser Pocket Pistol - .32 acp
The Mauser Pistol is seen among the pile.
Der Schränker (Gustaf Gründgens), disguised as a policeman, points his Mauser 1914 Pocket Pistol at a night watchman.

FN Model 1910

A FN Model 1910 can be seen at the bottom right hand corner of the gun pile.

FN Model 1910 .380 ACP
The FN 1910 is seen in the bottom right hand corner.

Gerstenberger & Eberwein EM-GE Model 3

A Gerstenberger & Eberwein EM-GE Model 3 blank firing pistol is seen in the gun pile during the police raid.

Gerstenberger & Eberwein pre-1939 EM-GE Model 3 Starter Pistol
Several guns in a pile on a table during police inventory.

Percussion Dueling Pistol

What appear to be two Percussion Dueling Pistols are seen displayed in Der Schränker's (Gustaf Gründgens) Berlin apartment.

Mang in Graz Match Percussion Dueling Pistol - .38 inch
The pistols mounted on Der Schränker's wall by the window.

Revolvers

Velo-Dog Revolver

Two Belgian Velo-Dog revolvers are seen in the gun pile during the police raid.

J.G.A Hammerless Revolver, similar to a Velo-Dog Revolver - 6.75 mm Browning
A standard Velo-Dog is on top of the FN 1910, and another pearl-handled one is to the center left.

Webley RIC

A Webley RIC revolver is seen being added to the gun table. Based on the octagonal barrel and muzzle ring and size of the gun in relation to others, it is likely a 9mm German copy of an RIC.

Webley RIC - .442 Webley
A large revolver having just been added to the top of the pile.

Adams Revolver

An Adams revolver is seen in the gun pile during the police raid.

Adams Mk II revolver - .450 Adams
The Adams, with the hexagonal barrel and lanyard loop grip, is in the center under the Mauser M1914.

Unidentified Revolver

One of the policemen finds a revolver during the search.

The policemen inspects the revolver he just found.



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