The Count of Monte Cristo (2002)
The following weapons were used in the film The Count of Monte Cristo:
A Flintlock Pistol, possibly a Tower Sea Service, is seen used primarily by Fernand Mondego (Guy Pearce).
Tower Sea Service flintlock pistol - Various calibers
Mondego pulls out a possible Tower Sea Service flintlock pistol when he searches through the treasure chests in the film's climax.
Mondego prepares to fire his flintlock pistol at Mercedes in the film's climax.
French Cavalry Flintlock Pistol
At one point, Fernand Mondego is seen using two French Cavalry Flintlock Pistols when he assassinates the father of magistrate J.F. Villefort.
French Cavalry Flintlock - Various calibers
Mondego assassinates Villefort's father with his second French Cavalry Flintlock.
French Cavalry Carbine
French soldiers appear to be carrying the French Cavalry Carbine when going to make the arrest.
A French soldier is seen carrying what appears to be a French Cavalry Carbine.