Monster Squad, The

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The following firearms are used in the film The Monster Squad (1987):

The Monster Squad (1987)

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12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun

The vampire hunters assisting Professor Van Helsing at the beginning of the film are armed with 12-gauge shotguns.

J. Stevens and Company Side by Side Shotgun (Circa 1878) exposed hammers and designed to fire Black Powder shotgun shells - 12 Gauge
A vampire hunter enters Dracula's castle with his shotgun in hand.
Another vampire hunter reacts to a zombie coming out of the floor.

Webley Mk IV

One of the vampire hunters carries a Webley Mk IV revolver. He drops it when attacked by one of Dracula's zombies.

Webley Mk.IV WW2 British Army version chambered for .38 S&W
The vampire hunter to the right holds the Webley

Smith & Wesson Model 15

Smith & Wesson Model 15 revolvers are the sidearm of choice for the town cops in the film.

Smith & Wesson Model 15 .38 Special
The rookie cop (Bryan Kestner) pulls his gun on the desperate man (Jon Gries) in the police station.
The rookie cop shoots at the Wolfman later in the film.
Rudy (Ryan Lambert) takes a revolver off of a slain policeman and contemplates the silver bullet he made.
"Bang." Rudy kills the Wolfman.

Smith & Wesson 3000 Shotgun

Horace (Brent Chalem), a.k.a. "Fat Kid," takes a Smith & Wesson 3000 Shotgun, with a folding stock off of a dead policeman and uses it to kill the Gillman. Why the officer himself didn't use the weapon against the easily-killable Gillman is never addressed.

Smith & Wesson 3000 shotgun with black synthetic furniture and folding stock - 12 Gauge.
Smith & Wesson 3000 shotgun with black synthetic furniture and folding stock - 12 Gauge.
Horace retrieves the shotgun from the dead officer. The folding stock is visible.
Horace brings the shotgun up.
Horace attempts to use the shotgun's folding stock to break open the locked door of a store so he can escape, rather than confront the Gillman.
Ultimately he does turn the gun against the creature and fire, killing him. Upon being called "Fat Kid" by an onlooker, he dramatically cocks the weapon and declares, "My name...is Horace!"

Unidentified Revolvers

One of the vampire hunters uses a revolver that looks like a Webley. Detectives Del Crenshaw (Stephen Macht) and Rich Sapir (Stan Shaw) use snub-nosed revolvers.

Del Crenshaw's snub-nose seen in his shoulder holster on the bedpost.
Rich Sapir's gun stuck in the waistband of his pants.
Del points his snub-nose as Dracula.
Reverse angle.


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