|Once Upon A Time In America
Theatrical release poster
||The Ladd Company|
The following firearms can be seen used in the film Once Upon A Time In America:
Smith & Wesson Model 10
One of the Syndicate mobsters, Beefy (Frank Gio), in the beginning of the film searches for Noodles with a Smith & Wesson Model 10. Patrick "Patsy" Goldberg (James Hayden) also carries a Model 10 in addition to his P210, most notably using it to kill Joe Minoldi (Burt Young) with a bullet in the eye, and holding it to the head of Crowning (Gerard Murphy).
Smith & Wesson Model 10 - .38 Special
Beefy smashes Noodles' picture with his Model 10.
Beefy shows Eve the picture of Noodles, indicating with his Model 10.
Beefy investigates an amorous couple in the Chinese opium theater.
Patsy (eyes shut) shoots Joe and two other gangsters in his car.
Patsy holds his Smith & Wesson Model 10 to the back of Crowning's head.
Patsy keeps his Smith & Wesson Model 10 on Crowning.
One of the Syndicate mobsters, Trigger (Ray Dittrich), searching for Noodles uses a suppressed SIG P210 to kill Eve (Darlanne Fluegel). Patrick "Patsy" Goldberg (James Hayden) also carries one with his New Service on several occasions. (This is a major anachronism as this sequence of the film takes place in 1933 and the P210 wasn't introduced until 1949).
Trigger fixes a suppressor onto his P210.
Trigger puts away his P210.
Trigger uses his suppressed P210 to intimidate Fat Moe.
Patsy puts away his P210 during the diamond heist.
Patsy holds his P210 in his left hand as he talks with Crowning's henchmen. Max stands behind him with a Detective Special.
FN Model 1910
David "Noodles" Aaronson (Robert De Niro) draws and fires a FN Model 1910 to kill the mobster guarding Fat Moe in 1933.
Noodles aims at the mobster.
Noodles approaches his kill.
Colt Police Positive
Bugsy (James Russo) uses a Colt Police Positive to kill Dominic (Noah Moazezi) just before Noodles stabs him to death in 1921.
Colt Police Positive - .38 Special.
Bugsy looks for Noodles and his gang.
Bugsy heads for Patsy, Colt in hand.
Colt Detective Special
David "Noodles" Aaronson (Robert De Niro), Max Bercovicz (James Woods), and Philip "Cockeye" Stein (William Forsythe) all carry Colt Detective Specials during the 1933 sequences. "Chicken Joe" (Richard Bright) also carries a Detective Special.
Colt Detective Special - .38 Special
Noodles pulls out his Detective Special during the diamond robbery.
Max intimidates one of the jewelers during the diamond heist with his Colt DS.
Max places his Detective Special next to the diamonds they are stealing.
Noodles looks for the escaped gangster from the massacre.
Noodles aims his Detective Special.
Chicken Joe hides with his Detective Special.
Max stands behind Patsy with a Detective Special.
Max Bercovicz (James Woods) shoots up Joe's car with a Thompson M1928 after the diamond heist. "Chicken Joe" (Richard Bright) later uses one during the attempted assassination of James Conway O'Donnell (Treat Williams). Noodles and Max's hitmen subsequently uses Thompsons to kill Chicken Joe and one of his associates.
M1928 "Tommy Gun" - .45 ACP.
Chicken Joe aims at O'Donnell.
Chicken Joe firing his Thompson.
Philip "Cockeye" Stein (William Forsythe) uses a M1911A1 to shoot up Joe's car after the diamond heist.
Cockeye fires his 1911 at Joe's car.
Winchester Model 1300
All of the New York Federal Reserve Bank guards are carrying Winchester Model 1200/1300 shotguns.
Winchester Model 1300 - 12 gauge
The bank guards line up with their Model 1300's.
Smith & Wesson Model 38 Bodyguard
In 1968, Secretary Christopher Bailey/Max Bercovicz (James Woods) gives David "Noodles" Aaronson a Smith & Wesson Bodyguard to exact his revenge with, but Noodles turns him down.
Smith and Wesson Model 38 - .38 Special.
"Bailey" sets the revolver on the end of the table.
Noodles looks down at the revolver.
The S&W Bodyguard sits on Bailey's table.