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The following weapons were used in the film Sleepers:
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Colt Detective Special
In a flashback explaining the notoriety of King Benny (Vittorio Gassman), a Colt Detective Special is used by a young King Benny (Sean Patrick Reilly) to shoot the "man in tub" (Mick O'Rourke). In 1967, an old man draws a nickel Detective Special to fend off two criminals trying to steal from young Lorenzo 'Shakes' Carcaterra (Joseph Perrino).
Blued Colt Detective Special - .38 Special
Nickel Colt Detective Special - .38 Special
King Benny fires, and hits his target twice in both knees.
The old man draws his Detective Special.
Tommy Marcano (Billy Crudup) keeps a Walther PPK/S as his sidearm in 1981. Highlight for Spoilers: He uses it, along with John Reilly, to gun down his former prison guard Sean Nokes (Kevin Bacon) in a public restaurant. .
Marcano places his Walther on the table.
Browning BDA 380
In 1981, John Reilly (Ron Eldard) uses a Browning BDA 380 as his preferred firearm. It appears that both Reilly and Marcano prefer .380 ACP handguns.
Browning BDA 380 - .380 ACP
Reilly fires his Browning under the table.
John Reilly (Ron Eldard
) and Marcano continue to fire at their target.
Smith & Wesson Model 66 (Snub)
During a confrontation with Addison (Jeffrey Donovan), several revolvers, including a Smith & Wesson Model 66 snubnose, are seen in the hands of gunmen employed by Little Caesar (Wendell Pierce).
Smith & Wesson Model 66 Snub Nose with 2.5" barrel - .357 Magnum