Mr. Majestyk

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Mr Majestyk (1974)

Mr. Majestyk was a 1974 action-vehicle for Charles Bronson that was directed by Richard Fleischer (Soylent Green) and written by Elmore Leonard (Last Stand at Saber River, Jackie Brown) who based the screenplay on his own novel.


The following weapons were used in the film Mr. Majestyk:

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Winchester Model 1200 Ranger

Vince Majestyk (Charles Bronson) is threatened by Bobby Kopas (Paul Koslo) with a ribbed-barrel Winchester Model 1200 shotgun during an early scene of the film, though Majestyk quickly takes it from him and fires at a speaker fitted to Kopas' truck, Majestyk then places the shotgun in the trunk of Kopas' car. Later Majestyk has his own Winchester Model 1200 Ranger on a gun rack in his home, the shotgun lacks the ribbed barrel of the one used earlier but could be the same gun with the barrel switched by the film's weapon master. At one point, he gives the shotgun to Nancy Chavez (Linda Cristal) and asks her if she knows how to use it, to which she naively replies "...just point and pull the trigger, right?". During the film's finale Majestyk uses this shotgun to take down Frank Renda (Al Lettieri) and his henchmen.

Winchester 1200 - 12 Gauge
Bobby Kopas holds the shotgun, before it is taken my Majestyk. Note the ribbed barrel.
Majestyk aims at Kopas' truck.
Majestyk asks Nancy if she knows how to use the shotgun.
Hiding in the back of his truck as Nancy drives, Majestyk gets ready to fire at Renda's henchmen. The shotgun's ejection port indicates that it's converted to fire blanks. Also, this is an obvious stunt man for Charles Bronson.
Majestyk with his shotgun. Note the lack of ribbing above the barrel.

Colt Python

During Frank Renda's (Al Lettieri) breakout, both several mobsters and police use 4" Colt Pythons. Wiley (Lee Purcell) has a Python in her car, which Renda takes and uses for the rest of the film. His right-hand man Gene Lundy (Taylor Lacher) also keeps a Python.

4" Colt Python - .357 Magnum
One of the mobsters fires a Python at the police. In this shot, he has two revolvers, though previously, he had only one
A policeman fires back with his Python
Renda fires at Majestyk
Renda fires at Majestyk's melons, then tells his henchmen to do the same
Lundy firing his own Python
Despite Renda previously having his own Python, he orders Lundy to give him his. Lundy then draws another
Renda moments before being blown back several feet (and through a window) by Majestyk's Winchester Model 1200

Smith & Wesson Model 10

Both mobsters and police during Renda's breakout also make extensive use of Smith & Wesson Model 10s.

Smith & Wesson Model 10 - .38 Special
A mobster firing a Smith & Wesson Model 10
An officer with a Model 10
Another officer firing a Model 10, eyes closed
A mobster continuing to fire at police
An officer keeps his Model 10 on the prisoners

Ithaca 37

One of the local jail guards holds an Ithaca 37; one of Renda's gangsters also uses one to fire at police during his breakout.

Ithaca 37 - 12 Gauge
A jail guard holds an Ithaca
A mobster fires out a window at police

Smith & Wesson M76

To send Majestyk a message Renda's has some of his mobsters shoot up Majestyk's watermelons using Smith & Wesson M76s.

Smith & Wesson Model 76 - 9mm
Renda's mobsters fire at Majestyk's melons

Bolt-Action Rifle

During the final gunfight, Majestyk briefly uses a Bolt-Action Rifle of unknown make or model to fire at Renda. He then drops it in favor of a more "hands on" approach switching back to his Winchester Model 1200 Ranger.

Savage 14 Euro Classic, the rifle in the film was very similar to this
Majestyk hiding with his bolt action rifle

Smith & Wesson Model 27

While searching Majestyk's melon farm, Renda's Colt Python briefly changes to a Smith & Wesson Model 27.

3.5" Smith & Wesson Model 27 - .357 Magnum
Renda searching for Majestyk with a Smith & Wesson

Smith & Wesson Model 15

While outside Majestyk's home, Lundy loads a Smith & Wesson Model 15.

Smith & Wesson Model 15 - .38 Special
Lundy loading the Smith & Wesson



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