The following weapons were used in the film Trading Places:
Smith & Wesson Model 10
When Billy Ray Valentine (Eddie Murphy) is surounded and arrested by the police, the officers are seen armed with Smith & Wesson Model 10 revolvers.
Smith & Wesson Model 10 - .38 Special.
Billy Ray stares down the barrels of multiple Smith & Wesson Model 10s.
An officer checks Billy Ray with his Model 10 to his head.
Louis Winthorpe III (Dan Aykroyd) sees a Colt Commander with pearl grips at a pawn shop, then buys it. He uses it to threaten Billy Ray Valentine (Eddie Murphy), then, later, try to commit suicide, only for it to misfire, but fire by itself when he throws it away.
Colt Combat Commander - .45 ACP.
Winthorpe looks at the Colt Commander in the pawn shop.
Winthorpe points the Colt Commander at Billy Ray.
Billy Ray (Eddie Murphy
) is threatened by Winthorpe with the Colt Commander.
Winthorpe points the Colt Commander at the partygoers when they enter the room.
Winthorpe attempts to commit suicide with the Colt Commander, only for it to misfire.
When Winthorpe and Billy Ray join together to take down Randolph Duke (Ralph Bellamy) and Mortimer Duke (Don Ameche) for wrecking their lives with a simple bet, Winthorpe takes out several 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotguns, planning to shoot the Dukes' knee caps.
Stevens Hammerless 60s era shotgun - 12 Gauge.
Browning Over and Under (O/U) shotgun - 12 Gauge.
Winthorpe opens up his shotgun.
Winthorpe runs a bore brush down his shotgun.
Coleman (Denholm Elliott
), Winthorpe's butler, carries out another side-by-side and an O/U shotgun.
Winthorpe loads his shotgun.
Clarence Beeks (Paul Gleason) draws an Astra Constable on Winthorpe when he realizes he is in disguise and holds it on Ophelia (Jamie Lee Curtis) before he is knocked unconscious by a caged gorilla and has it taken away by Coleman (Denholm Elliott).
Astra Constable .22 LR, .32 ACP, .380 ACP
Beeks holds his Astra Constable on Winthorpe, disguised as a Rastafarian.
Clarence Beeks (Paul Gleason
) cocks the hammer on his Astra.
Coleman, disguised as an Irish priest, holds Beeks' Astra on him.