Silver Streak

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Silver Streak (1976)



The following weapons were used in the film Silver Streak:

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Colt Detective Special (1st generation)

FBI agent Bob Sweet (Ned Beatty), posing as a vitamin salesman on the Silver Streak, carries a first generation Colt Detective Special in a waist holster. He gives it to George Caldwell (Gene Wilder), but Caldwell drops it while climbing outside the baggage car. Caldwell later grabs the Detective Special that the villian, art dealer Roger Devereau (Patrick McGoohan), keeps in his holster. After Caldwell fires all six shots during the baggage car shootout (causing the trigger to continuously "click" empty), Grover Muldoon mocks him, asking if he thought he was in a Western. Chief Donaldson (Len Birman) carries a Detective Special as well, firing it at the junction shootout with Devereau's men.

Colt Detective Special .38 Special
Sweet checks his Detective Special.
Sweet hands Caldwell his Detective Special.
Caldwell with Sweet's Colt DS as Ralston the conductor calls him a murderer.
Caldwell holds Devereau's own Detective Special on him as Grover holds the New Service.
Caldwell holds Devereau's own Detective Special on him, calling him a killer.
Chief Donaldson fires his Detective Special at Devereau.

Smith & Wesson Model 19

Devereau's henchman Reese (Richard Kiel) uses a Smith & Wesson Model 19 to kill Sweet and then attempts to use it to kill Caldwell. For some reason, the shots from the Model 19 were made to sound as though they came from a suppressed pistol even though the weapon seen in the film has no suppressor.

Smith & Wesson Model 19 Combat Magnum - .357 Magnum
Reese enters the baggage car.
Reese's Model 19 as he searches for Caldwell.
Reese looks for Caldwell.

Colt New Service

Sheriff Oliver Chauncey (Clifton James) carries a Colt New Service as his sidearm, which George Caldwell (Gene Wilder) takes from him and uses. Grover T. Muldoon (Richard Pryor) also uses the New Service throughout the film.

Colt New Service Revolver - .45 ACP. The Army would adopt its own version of the New Service, called the Colt M1917, with plain wooden grips and a lanyard ring.
Sheriff Chauncey watches TV with his New Service.
After receiving the call to arrest Caldwell, Sheriff Chauncey notices he accidentally left his New Service in the other room.
Chauncey attempts to arrest Caldwell seconds before Caldwell grabs the gun out of his hands.
Caldwell hijacks Sheriff Chauncey's patrol car, not knowing that Muldoon was in the backseat in handcuffs.
Muldoon tells Caldwell he'll need his wallet to get more money for disguises.
Dressed as a train steward, Muldoon draws the New Service on Devereau after Devereau refers to him as the "N-word".
Frightened, Devereau looks at Muldoon. (Continuity Error: In the previous shot, Muldoon was holding the revolver in his left hand but here he has it in his right hand.)
Caldwell shoots Johnson during the shootout in the dining car.

Armalite AR-18

While dressed as the professor, Johnson (Stefan Gierasch) prepares an Armalite AR-18. During the junction shootout, both Devereau (Patrick McGoohan) and Johnson use AR-18s fitted with scopes. Caldwell (Gene Wilder) takes Johnson's AR-18 and fires at Devereau with it.

AR-18 with scope and sling fitted 5.56mm
Johnson loads his AR-18 shortly before Devereau knocks out Ralston (Scatman Crothers) with his own.
Devereau fires at police and federal agents.
Devereau fires before getting back on the Silver Streak.
Devereau shoots a train engineer who refuses to help him.
Devereau with his AR-18 on board the train.
Caldwell fires at Devereau with Johnson's AR-18.

Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine

The security guard at the used car dealer has a Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine before Caldwell knocks him out.

Winchester 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine - .32WCF/.38-40/.44-40/.25-20.
The sleeping guard's Winchester rifle rests against the wall behind him.
The guard aims his WInchester at Grover Muldoon as he attempts to steal a red Jaguar coupe.

Star Model B

Devereau's henchman Edgar Whiney (Ray Walston) carries a Star Model B.

Star Model B - 9x19 mm
Whiney tells Caldwell that Devereau wants to see him.
Whiney with his Model B.
Whiney fires his Model B during the baggage car shootout.
Whiney fires his Model B during the junction shootout.

Colt Detective Special (3rd generation)

Devereau's henchman Johnson (Stefan Gierasch) fires a third-generation Colt Detective Special at Caldwell, Hilly, and Grover inside the baggage car.

Colt Detective Special 3rd Gen - .38 Special
Johnson fires a third-generation Detective Special inside the baggage car.

unidentified bolt-action rifle

An FBI agent during the junction shootout carries a bolt-action rifle.

The rifle-carrying agent meets with other agents and a police officer.
The agent next to Donaldson holds a rifle.

M16

During the junction shootout, many of the FBI agents are armed with M16 rifles. A sharpshooter on a helicopter with Chief Donaldson (Len Birman) uses one to fire back at Devereau (who is on the train), only to be wounded by Devereau's AR-18. Donaldson later commandeers the weapon and fires at Devereau with it.

The original M16, the first version adopted in large numbers by the U.S. Army in Vietnam. It would later be replaced by the upgraded M16A1 - 5.56mm
An agent with an M16 talks to another agent and a police officer at the junction.
Caldwell and M16-carrying agents exit a car at the junction.
An agent fires an M16 at Devereau's men, hitting Whiney.
Donaldson takes the wounded agent's M16.
Donaldson fires the M16.



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