Shanghai Noon

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Shanghai Noon (2000)

Shanghai Noon is a 2000 Western comedy and martial arts film that stars Jackie Chan as a Chinese Imperial Guard who in the 19th century travels to the Western United States only to find himself having to work with a luckless outlaw (Owen Wilson) to try to rescue a Chinese princess (Lucy Liu). A sequel, Shanghai Knights, was released in 2003.


The following weapons were used in the film Shanghai Noon:

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Single Action Army (Quick Draw)

The Single Action Army revolver is the main firearm seen in the film. Roy O'Bannon (Owen Wilson) carries a pair of Colt Single Action Army Quick Draw revolvers with custom pearl grips for the majority of the movie. He later is seen teaching Chon Wang (Jackie Chan) on how to use it. Marshal Nathan Van Cleef (Xander Berkeley) later steals Roy's SAAs and uses them in the final duel.

Colt Single Action Army w/ 4.75" barrel, referred to as "Quick-Draw" or "Civilian" model, custom engraved with ivory grips - .38 Special
Roy O'Bannon (Owen Wilson) carries a pair of Colt Single Action Army Quick Draw revolvers with custom pearl grips.
Roy holds one of his custom SAA's.
Closeup of Roy's SAA as he shows off his skills to a lady.
Roy does some trick shooting as Chon holds an SAA.
Marshal Nathan Van Cleef (Xander Berkeley) with Roy's dual SAA's.
Van Cleef reloads his SAA.
Roy holds dual SAA's after a shootout with Van Cleef (what happened to his Chamelot and Schofield?).
Roy and Chon Wang (Jackie Chan) are armed with the SAA.
Roy and Chon charge out in a homage to Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.

Single Action Army (Artillery Model - 5.5" barrel)

Wallace (Walton Goggins) carries dual Single Action Army Artillery Models with 5.5" barrels.

Colt Single Action Army w/ 5.5" barrel known as the "Artillery" model - .45 Long Colt
Wallace (Walton Goggins) carries dual Single Action Army Artillery Models with 5.5" barrels.
Wallace with his SAA.

Smith & Wesson Schofield

After his Single Action Army pistols are taken away by Marshal Van Cleef, Roy can be seen using a Smith & Wesson Schofield in conjunction with Lo Fong's Chamelot-Delvigne 1873 during the church shootout.

Smith & Wesson "Wells Fargo" Schofield with barrel cut down to five inches - .45 Schofield
The Schofield is in Roy's left hand.
Roy holds the empty Schofield.
Roy prepares to use the Schofield.

Remington 1875

Vasquez (Rafael Báez), one of Wallace's gang, carries a Remington 1875 as his sidearm of choice.

Remington Model 1875.
Vasquez (Rafael Báez), one of Wallace's gang, carries a Remington 1875 as his sidearm of choice.

12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun

Several different models of the 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun are used in the film. Blue, one of Wallace's goons, carries a sawed-off double barrel as his weapon of choice and is seen using it during the opening train robbery. When Roy and Chon get into a bar fight, the local sheriff fires his double barrel into the ceiling to break it up. Falling Leaves (Brandon Merrill) also used one to spook cattle as she breaks Roy and Chon out of a local jail.

Colt Model 1878 reproduction - 12 gauge
The 12 gauge double barreled shotgun is fired into the roof of a boxcar.
When Roy and Chon get into a bar fight, the local sheriff fires his double barrel into the ceiling to break it up.
Falling Leaves (Brandon Merrill) also used one to spook cattle as she breaks Roy and Chon out of a local jail.
The shotgun is seen on the right.

Henry 1860

Falling Leaves (Brandon Merrill), the Native American wife of Chon Wang (Jackie Chan), can be seen using a Henry 1860 rifle (as identified by the way she loads it by rotating the end of the gun to expose the tubular magazine) during the rescue of Chong and Roy at the Gallows.

Henry 1860 - .44 Rimfire (RF).
Falling Leaves loads the Henry rifle by rotating the end of the gun to expose the tubular magazine.
Cocking the rifle.
Falling Leaves prepares to fire the rifle.

Remington Rolling Block Pistol

At the beginning of the film, Andrews (Jason Connery), the man who brought Princess Pei Pei (Lucy Liu) to America, pulls what appears to be a Remington Rolling Block Cavalry single shot pistol as he threatens Lo Fong.

Remington Rolling Block Pistol .50 caliber.
At the beginning of the film, Andrews (Jason Connery), the man who brought Princess Pei Pei (Lucy Liu) to America, pulls what appears to be a Remington Rolling Block Cavalry single shot pistol as he threatens Lo Fong.
Lo Fong is threatened with the pistol.

Chamelot-Delvigne Model 1873

Lo Fong (Roger Yuan) pulls a Chamelot-Delvigne Model 1873 on John while in the church. Roy is later seen using the revolver.

Chamelot-Delvigne Model 1873 revolver - 11 x 17mmR
Lo Fong (Roger Yuan) pulls a Chamelot-Delvigne Model 1873 revolver on John while in the church.
The Chamelot-Delvigne Model 1873 revolver in Roy's right hand.



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