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|My New Partner (Les ripoux)
Original French Poster
My New Partner (original title Les ripoux, a French criminal slang word for corrupted cops) is a 1984 French crime comedy directed by Claude Zidi and starring Philippe Noiret as an experienced rascal police detective René Boirond and Thierry Lhermitte as his young and idealistic partner François Lesbuche. The film was followed by two sequels, My New Partner II (Ripoux contre ripoux) (1990) and Ripoux 3 (2003).
The following weapons were used in the film My New Partner (Les ripoux):
François Lesbuche's (Thierry Lhermitte) service handgun is a Manurhin MR-73 revolver with 4" barrel and duty sights. MR-73 revolvers are also seen in hands of other police detectives.
MR-73 Gendarmie with Duty Sights - .357 Magnum
François Lesbuche and René Boirond compete in fast drawing of the weapon in Wild West style. François holds an MR-73 while René is armed with a Smith & Wesson 639
"You look like Belmondo!". François in his new outfit with a revolver tucked at his belt.
François arrests a drug dealer.
A view of the grip of the revolver.
A police detective at the right holds an MR-73.
Smith & Wesson Military & Police
During the night shootout one of the police detectives is armed with a revolver that appears to be a Smith & Wesson Military & Police. It can be not an original Smith & Wesson but one of its numerous Spanish copies.
Smith & Wesson Model M&P Revolver - .38 Special
A detective fires his revolver.
Smith & Wesson Model 15
In the same scene another police detective is armed with a revolver that appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 15.
Smith & Wesson Model 15 with factory target grips - .38 Special
A detective fires his revolver (at the left). It has target sights and seem to have unshrouded ejector rod rather than a shrouded one.
The same man (at the right) holds his revolver after the shootout.
Several characters carry unidentified revolvers.
A criminal in Camoun's hideout carries a revolver with a typical Colt grip tucked at his belt. Its size seem too large for Colt Detective Special
, maybe it's a Colt Trooper
Camoun's bald henchman fires a stainless steel or a nickel plated revolver during the car chase. Camoun (Bernard Bijaoui
) himself is armed with a M1911A1
Camoun fires the revolver taken from his henchman after he ran dry with his pistol.
Another Camoun's henchman is armed with a long-barreled revolver with full-length underlug. It can be a Smith & Wesson Model 586
but it's seen too blurry to be identified for sure.
Smith & Wesson 639
René Boirond's (Philippe Noiret) sidearm is a Smith & Wesson 639 pistol.
Smith & Wesson Model 639, early model with fixed sights - 9x19mm
René Boirond holds his pistol in the opening scene.
François Lesbuche and René Boirond compete in fast drawing of the weapon in Wild West style. François holds a Manurhin MR-73
while René is armed with his Smith & Wesson 639.
François and René during the night scene.
A grip of René's pistol can be seen.
René fires at Camoun's car.
In the final scene the crime boss Camoun (Bernard Bijaoui) is armed with a M1911A1-style pistol.
Camoun carries a pistol in shoulder holster.
Camoun fires his pistol during the car chase. The pistol seems to be nickel plated.
In one scene Marcel, Camoun's henchman, uses his pistol to open a bottle of Champagne. The pistol resembles a Colt Commander.
Colt Combat Commander - 9mm
FN Model 1910/MAB Model D
In the opening scene one of the police detectives holds a pistol that is supposed to be an FN Model 1910 or MAB Model D.
MAB Model D Type I - .32 ACP
A detective at the left holds a pistol.
Several troopers of the special police unit are armed with MAT-49 SMGs.
MAT-49 Submachine Gun - 9x19mm
A member of the special unit hangs his MAT-49 with folded magazine.
A man at the right holds a MAT-49 during the attack on Camoun's hideout.
Stevens Model 67
One of the troopers of the special police unit is armed with a Stevens Model 67 shotgun with an extended magazine tube.
Savage/Springfield Model 67 - 12 gauge. This is the same firearm, built under contract by Savage, but branded 'Springfield' for 3rd party sales
During the night shootout the old criminal Dédé la Mitraille (Henri Attal) is armed with a pump action shotgun.
SIG SG 542
SIG SG 542 assault rifles with sniper scopes are seen in hands of several troopers of the special police unit.
SIG SG 542 - 7.62x51mm NATO
A trooper holds his rifle.
Two men with SG 542 rifles enter the room.
A man in the middle holds his SIG rifle during the attack on Camoun's hideout.
In one scene Natasha (Grace De Capitani) shows a gas pistol to François Lesbuche (Thierry Lhermitte).
Natasha draws a gas pistol from her bedside table.
François examines the pistol and claims it not working.
Natasha shoots at François to prove otherwise.