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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:
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.
Mauser 1914 Pocket Pistol
FN Model 1910
A FN Model 1910 can be seen at the bottom right hand corner of the gun pile.
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.
Percussion Dueling Pistol
Two Belgian Velo-Dog revolvers are seen in the gun pile during the police raid.
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.
An Adams revolver is seen in the gun pile during the police raid.
One of the policemen finds a revolver during the search.