The Following firearms were seen in the 1981 film Wolfen
The Van der Veer's Bodyguard fails to defend himself with a Colt Python.
The severed hand of the Van der Veer's Bodyguard; Still clutching his Colt Python.
Smith & Wesson Model 10 Snubnose
Rebecca Neff (Diane Venora) carries a Smith & Wesson Model 10 Snubnose and uses it to defend herself in the film.
Smith & Wesson Model 10 Snubnose-.38 Special
Rebecca Neff (Diane Venora
) reacts to a noise outside, discovering it to only be her cat.
Rebecca quickly draws her Model 10 Snubnose when the elevator doors slide open.
Colt Detective Special
Detective Dewey Wilson(Albert Finney) carries a Colt Detective Special as his duty weapon throughout the film.
Colt Detective Special -.38 Special
Dewey Wilson retrieves his duty weapon as he leaves his apartment.
Dewey Wilson fires his Colt Detective Special.
Dewey Wilson reloads his Colt Detective Special.
Dewey Wilson (Albert Finney) and Whittington (Gregory Hines) arm themselves with M16 Rifles fitted with Nightvision Scopes when they stake out the church.
Whittington (Gregory Hines
) provides overwatch as Dewey Wilson searches the Church.