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The following guns were used in the film:
Smith & Wesson Model 36 "Chiefs Special"
The Smith & Wesson Model 36 "Chiefs Special" is used and carried by Detectives at the NYPD Precinct.
Smith & Wesson Model 60
A Smith & Wesson Model 60 is suddenly pulled out by Betty (Anne Pitoniak) the secretary of Donald Quinelles' boss at the office.
Smith & Wesson Model 38
A nickel version of the Smith & Wesson Model 38 (not a Stainless model) is used by Donald Quinelle (Robin Williams) later in the cabin.
Colt Govt. Model
Star Model P
When Donald comes out of the cabin, he uses a M1911A1 clone that has an external extractor, thus strongly indicating that it is a Spanish STAR Model P, impersonating a Colt M1911A1 pistol.
Having had his M1911A1 taken by police, Jack Locke (Jerry Reed) appears again to torment Sonny Paluso (Walter Matthau), this time holding a Browning Hi-Power Pistol with the "Beer Can" Adjustable rear Sights.
Smith & Wesson Model 29
While shopping at the Gun Store, Donald Quinelle asks to see a .44 magnum revolver, whereas, the clerk hands him a Smith & Wesson Model 29 with 8 3/8th " Barrel.
Smith & Wesson Model 10
Colt Detective Special
Ruger Super BlackHawk
Nickel Single Action Army
In an absurdist scene, Sonny Paluso (Walter Matthau) tries to have a heart to heart talk with his 16 yr old daughter, (Kristen Vigard), but a porno is playing on the VCR in the background. In the 'porn' real life porn stars are acting in a feature called "How the West was Wet". Porn star Marc Stevens is seen pointing a nickel Single Action Revolver towards real life porn actress Tiffany Clark where she proceeds to do 'oral things' to it before they have sex.
Winchester Model 1897
One of the Survivalist students carries a Winchester Model 1897 (non-Takedown Model) shotgun during training - 12 gauge.
High Standard Model 10B
One of Wes Huntleys' men carries a High Standard Model 10B Bullpup Shotgun - 12 gauge.
During snow survival training, Donald Quinelle (Robin Williams) uses a full auto Uzi Submachine gun, which, by the way is not a weapon one can buy over the counter from a gun store, even in 1983. This same weapon, however, is seen hanging over the fireplace in Donald's personal cabin which strongly implies that it is his and not a loaner.
Smith & Wesson 76 Model Submachine gun
Several of the survival training students are seen with full automatic firing Smith & Wesson Model 76 submachine guns. At this time, Smith & Wesson were still selling the semi-auto only 16" barrel carbine of the same weapon over the counter. It is assumed (in the context of the story) that these were semiautomatic carbines that were later chopped and converted by their owners.
Heckler & Koch 91
A stainless version of the Ruger Mini-14 is seen in the hands of a survival student. The rifle has the extended flash hider and a blued Scope mounted.
MGC Replica M16
MGC Replica CAR-15
Hudson Replica AK-47
Israeli FALO HB
Donald's Cabin Armory
The Gun Store
Many Handguns and rifles are seen on display at the gun store, however, the shots are out of focus being that the camera focuses on Donald and not the back walls.