Showdown at Boot Hill
Showdown at Boot Hill is a 1958 B&W Western movie directed by Gene Fowler Jr. and starring Charles Bronson as Deputy Marshal Luke Welsh who comes to Mound City, hunting for outlaw Con Maynor. When Welsh outguns Maynor, he needs a statement identifying the man, but Maynor was well liked in Mound City, and neighter the Judge, nor any of townsmen wants to sign such a statement. Tensions grow as locals begin to speak that they don't want Marshal in their town. Meanwhile Luke makes a love interest in Sally Crane (Fintan Meyler), a quiet and modest girl serving as a maid in the hotel.
The following weapons were used in the film Showdown at Boot Hill:
Single Action Army
Single Action Army "Civilian" Model
Single Action Army "Civilian" model revolvers are used by several characters, including Deputy Marshal Luke Welsh (Charles Bronson), Con Maynor (Thomas Browne Henry) - the outlaw for whom Welsh hunts, Mound City Sheriff Hinkle (George Pembroke), a rich cattleman and one of the most prominent persons in the town Sloane (Robert Hutton), local fastest gun Les Patton (Mike Mason), and Sloane's henchman Tex (Martin Smith).
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Single Action Army "Artillery" Model
Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine
When the armed mob, instigated by Sloane, gathers and bursts into the hotel, several men carry Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbines. Con Maynor's brother Charles Maynor (George Douglas) takes a rifle from his cart when he joins the mob; this gun is also supposed to be a Winchester 1892 but it is seen too unclear.
Colt Model 1878
When Les Patton (Mike Mason), wounded in shoulder by Luke Welsh during Patton's attempt to prove his superiority, hears the rumble next to his room, he grabs a Colt Model 1878 double barreled shotgun from the wall and tries to make his revenge on Luke Welsh.