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|Det. JJ Wilson
|Det. Robbie Walsh
|Det. Lamz Fry
|Det. Chris Hill
|Det. Toni Johnston
|Det. Bingo Wright
|Det. Toni Johnston
||Det. Rix Dixakos
|Det. Maxie Malleson
|Sr. Det. Mike Brown
The following weapons were used in the film Redball:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Det. Chris Hill (Frank Magree) gave Beretta 92FS to convict Ronny Spinks (Dan Wyllie).
Beretta 92F - 9x19mm. The cosmetic differences are very slight and hard to see between this gun and the newer 92FS. Most of the changes are the inner workings of the gun.
Det. Chris Hill (Frank Magree) draws the pistol.
Scarred Ronny accidentely posses the beretta.
Blured shot of the pistol.
Smith & Wesson 3913
Smith & Wesson 3913 is the personal sidearm of Det. JJ Wilson (Belinda McClory) from the second part of the movie.
Smith & Wesson 3913 - 9x19mm.
Det. JJ Wilson draws her pistol...
Smith & Wesson 4506
Incontynity error, Det. JJ Wilson Smith & Wesson 3913 switches to Smith & Wesson 4506.
Early model Smith & Wesson 4506 - .45 ACP. Also known as the "no dash" or "4506-0". This was an actual screen used pistol that was used by Ving Rhames
and Bruce Willis
in Pulp Fiction
Det. JJ Wilson covers with her pistol.
Another view of the same scene.
Det. JJ Wilson aims her pistol in climatic scene.
Smith & Wesson Model 36 Chief's Special
Smith & Wesson Model 36 Chief's Special is the duty sidearm of several detectives, include Det. JJ Wilson (Belinda McClory), Det. Robbie Walsh (John Brumpton) and Sr. Det. Mike Brown (Robert Morgan)
Smith & Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special - 5 shot. First pattern with flat latch cylinder release.
Det. JJ Wilson with the holstered revolver.
Det. JJ Wilson draws her revolver...
Det. Robbie Walsh (John Brumpton
) aims his revolver in climatic scene.
Perfect view of the barrel and cylinder.
Smith & Wesson Model 10 HB
Det. Chris Hill (Frank Magree) uses Smith & Wesson Model 10 HB during the shootout in apartments.
Smith & Wesson Model 10 HB (heavy barrel) revolver (Post 1950s Model) - .38 Special. Later incarnations of the Model 10 had a non-tapered heavy barrel, which leads it to be commonly mistaken for a .357 revolver.
Det. Chris Hill (Frank Magree) draws his revolver.
Good view of the ejector rod.
Det. Chris Hill fires his revolver.
Close view of the revolver.
Near all constable carry an unknown holstered revolvers. Only grips can be seen.
Constable with the holstered revolver in the oppening scene.
Female constable runs. The revolver grip is seen.
Constable with the holstered revolver. Grip is seen.