Talk:Red Mountain

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The idea and screenshots are provided by AVSniff, forum.guns.ru.--Greg-Z (talk) 15:06, 6 March 2020 (EST)

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Colt 1851 Navy (Cartridge Conversion)

Brett looks in the mirror on Lane with the revolver.
Brett fires his revolver to signal to Quantrill's men.
Brett Sherwood (Alan Ladd) holds his revolver on a promotional image. Note that the front end of the lever isn't attached to the barrel, probably due to a damage.
Chris (Lizabeth Scott) holds a Colt 1851 Navy revolver on a promotional image. She doesn't use this gun on screen.
Lane Waldron (Arthur Kennedy holds a revolver on a promotional image.)
Lane Waldron holds a revolver on a promotional image.

Colt 1851 Navy (Richards-Mason Conversion)

Quantrill, disguised as US cavalryman, draws his revolver.
Quantrill's revolver in holster.
Jim Braden (Dan White) (at the left) and Brett Sherwood (Alan Ladd) with revolvers on a promotional image. Both Colts are cartridge conversions but of different models.
William Quantrill (John Ireland) holds his revolver on a promotional image.

Springfield Model 1873 Cavalry Carbine

Little Crow holds his carbine in the scene in the cave.
A Ute warrior holds a carbine.
A Ute warrior fires a carbine.
Little Crow drops his rifle, being gunned by US cavalrymen.
Little Crow (Jay Silverheels) holds a Trapdoor carbine on a promotional image.
A promotional image shows the scene when Brett Sherwood (Alan Ladd) gives his carbine to Lane Waldron (Arthur Kennedy). Chris (Lizabeth Scott) holds a carbine at the background.
Chris fires a Trapdoor carbine on a promotional image.


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