The following weapons were used in the film Miller's Crossing:
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During the attempted assassination of Leo O'Bannion, his bodyguard Dana Cudahy's CZ 27 is seen on a table after he is silently murdered by Caspar's thugs.
Leo's thug's CZ 27 sits abandoned on a table.
After Leo's bodyguard is killed, two of Caspar's thugs (Monte Starr and Don Picard) each get a Thompson M1928 submachine gun and attempt to murder Leo in his upstairs bedroom. Leo (Albert Finney) kills one with his New Service and takes his Thompson, fighting off the rest of the assassins. ("Turns out the old man is still an artist with the Thompson.") According to information and calculations from the IMDb "Goofs" page for this film, around 524 shots are fired from the 100-round drum in the Thompson: a 5-second burst from the gangster (28 shots), then subsequent 20 second bursts from Leo after taking it, each about 233 shots each. Leo's thugs arm themselves with Thompsons, as do police officers in the film.
Leo jumps outside of his burning house with one of his would-be assassins' Thompsons.
The hitman in Leo's bedroom fires his Thompson as he himself is shot and killed by Leo's Thompson fire from below.
Leo stands with his still-smoking Thompson after murdering the thugs sent to kill him by Johnny Caspar.
Leo's thugs line the hallway with Thompsons as Tom Reagan goes to visit Leo.
Colt New Service
Leo O'Bannion (Albert Finney) fights off his would-be assassins with a Colt New Service he keeps on his bedside table.
Colt New Service - .45 Colt
Leo fires his New Service from under his bed, hitting one of his assassins in the leg before firing the final shot into the top of his head.
Winchester Model 1897
Some of Leo's thugs and several policemen are seen carrying Winchester Model 1897 shotguns.
Winchester Model 1897 Riot Gun 12 gauge
A thug holds a Winchester shotgun on the left as Leo punches Tom down the hallway.
A different thug follows Leo down the stairs inside his club with a Winchester '97.
Tic-Tac (Al Mancini) gives Tom Reagan (Gabriel Byrne) an Astra 400 to kill Bernie Bernbaum at Miller's Crossing. Tom fires it twice.
Astra 400 (9 mm Bergmann-Bayard caliber)
Tom looks at the Astra 400 that Tic-Tac hands him.
Tom holds the Astra 400 on Bernie Bernbaum as the latter begs for his life.
Smith & Wesson Safety Hammerless
Verna Bernbaum (Marcia Gay Harden) holds a break-top Smith & Wesson Safety Hammerless with a "Lemon Squeezer" grip safety on The Dane (J.E. Freeman) when he breaks into her apartment.
Smith & Wesson Safety Hammerless "Lemon Squeezer" - .32 S&W.
Verna threatens the Dane with her S&W break-top revolver.
As The Dane fires his Webley, Verna holds her S&W break-top.
Webley Mk VI
Eddie Dane, aka "The Dane" (J.E. Freeman) carries a Webley Mk VI chambered in .455 Webley throughout the film, using it to kill a thug at Verna's and to threaten her and Tom. A policeman at the Sons of Erin club scene is also seen firing a Webley.
Webley Mk VI - .455 Webley
The Dane (J.E. Freeman
) waits to see if he killed the thug through the door.
The Dane (J.E. Freeman
) displays very poor judgement in terms of firearm safety after Verna escapes, both pointing the gun at his face & because the barrel would still be hot.
A policeman outside the Sons of Erin fires a Webley.
Bernie Bernbaum (John Turturro) keeps an Army-issued original Colt M1911 as his personal sidearm, using it to kill Johnny Caspar as he ascends the stairs at the Barton Arms. It can be identified as Army-issue from the lanyard loop and writing on the slide and as an M1911 from the grips and a straight mainspring housing. A man during the Sons of Erin battle also carries a 1911.
Original Colt M1911 (dated 1913) - .45 ACP
Bernie talks to Tom with his M1911 on the table next to him.
A policeman fires his Webley at the Sons of Erin club. Next to him a man fires a 1911.
Bernie outside Tom's apartment in the Barton Arms with his 1911.
Tom plants the M1911 on Bernie's corpse.
Colt Police Positive
Tom Reagan (Gabriel Byrne) keeps a Colt Police Positive on his bedside table, using it to chase down Bernie Bernbaum briefly.
Colt Police Positive - .38 Special
Tom grabs his Police Positive before chasing down Bernie Bernbaum.
Smith & Wesson Model 10
One of Leo's thugs (Charles Gunning) who is wounded at Verna's by The Dane reaches for his Smith & Wesson Model 10 but The Dane keeps it from him. Sam Raimi, during his cameo as a nameless gangster, fires two long-barreled Model 10s.
Smith & Wesson Model M&P Revolver with long barrel and Gold Medallion Grips - .38 Special
aims a Model 10 at one of Leo's men inside the Sons of Erin club.
fires at the Sons of Erin club with his other Model 10 shortly before he too is shot.
One of Caspar's thugs fires a Walther PPK at the Sons of Erin club.
Walther PPK in 7.65x17mm Auto (.32 ACP)
In the lower left corner, a man can be seen aiming a Walther PPK.
The police unveil and fire a Browning M1917 machine gun at the Sons of Erin club gunfight.
The police prepare their Browning M1917.
Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless
Johnny Caspar (Jon Polito) keeps a nickel Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless as his "Rosco", as he refers to it, in his shoulder holster. At the end of the film, Tom Reagan (Gabriel Byrne) uses it to kill Bernie Bernbaum.
Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless (Nickel) - .32 ACP
Caspar reaches for his Model 1903.
Caspar shoots The Dane in the head, telling Tom his personal strategy to "Always put one in the brain".
Tom takes Caspar's Colt 1903 from him.
Tom shoots Bernie Bernbaum.
Colt Pocket Positive
Verna (Marcia Gay Harden) accosts Tom with a nickel plated Colt Pocket Positive but is unable to bring herself to use it.
Verna pulls the Pocket Positive from her purse.
Verna presses her Pocket Positive into Tom's stomach.