|Max et les ferrailleurs
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Max et les ferrailleurs (English title: Max and the Junkmen) is a 1971 Franco–Italian crime drama directed by Claude Sautet ("The Big Risk", "The Dictator's Guns") on based the novel of the same name by Claude Néron. Starring Michel Piccoli and Romy Schneider.
The following weapons were used in the film Max and the Junkmen (Max et les ferrailleurs):
FN Model 1922
Policeman Max (Michel Piccoli) and some next police officers carry a FN Model 1922 pistols.
Inspector Loiselle (Robert Favart
) (right) holds FN Model 1922 in his hand.
Max pulls a gun from his pocket ...
The Maresco´s henchman Jean-Marie 'Jean-Jean' Patinet (Jacques Canselier) cleans a Astra 600 pistol.
Some police officer and robbers are equipped with Browning Hi-Power pistols.
The first version of the classic pistol, developed by John Browning and Dieudonné Saive, and adopted by Belgium in 1935, the FN P-35 - 9x19mm.
One of policeman, who arrested Abel Maresco, also holds this gun in his hand.
Various characters in movie use a Walther P38 pistol.
Walther P1 - 9x19mm Parabellum
The robbers chief Abel Maresco (Bernard Fresson
) came to the bank with a gun in his hand.
The thug Lui 'P'tit Lu' Serafino (Boby Lapointe
) fired his gun on policemen.
The police officer (center) holds an Arminius HW-3 in his hand.
Note the 8-shot cylinder and typical Arminius ejector rod.
Lui 'P'tit Lu' Serafino (Boby Lapointe) and one cop are seen with MP40s.
MP40 submachine gun - 9x19mm
A policeman on right is equipped with a MP40.