Bad Girls

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Bad Girls (1994)

Bad Girls is a 1994 Western directed by Jonathan Kaplan that follows four former prostitutes from Colorado: Cody (Madeleine Stowe), Anita (Mary Stuart Masterson), Eileen (Andie MacDowell), and Lily (Drew Barrymore), who are forced to go on the run down to Texas in 1891 and cross paths with a gang of ruthless bank and train robbers led by Kid Jarrett (James Russo) and his father Frank (Robert Loggia).


The following weapons were used in the film Bad Girls:


Handguns

Colt Model 1862 Police (Richards-Mason Conversion)

Cody Zamora (Madeleine Stowe) uses a cartridge-converted Colt 1862 Police with pearl grips as her main sidearm throughout the film.

Colt 1862 Police - .36 caliber.
Cody aims her Colt 1862 Police.
Cody grabs her Colt as she emerges from the river to face McCoy.
Cody de-cocks her Colt after conversing with McCoy.
Cody threatens a shopkeeper who refuses to help her.
Cody holds her Colt over Frank.
The girls aim their guns at the Jarrett Gang during the final shootout. Eileen aims her Winchester, Anita and Lilly both have SAAs, and Cody has her cut-down Colt 1860.
Cody fires a shot from her Colt during the finale.

Remington Model 1858

The deputy city marshal of Agua Dulce, Earl (Cooper Huckabee), carries a Remington 1858 New Army revolver.

Remington 1858 New Army - .44 caliber.
Earl fires the Remington 1858.

Colt 1851 Navy

Colonel Clayborne (Will MacMillan) carries a Colt 1851 Navy in the Colorado whorehouse during the opening scene, even though Anita warns him "No sidearms upstairs".

Colt 1851 Navy - .36 caliber.
Col. Clayborne with his Colt 1851 Navy.

**It's hard to tell from this picture, but it looks more like an 1860 model**

Single Action Army

Most of the characters carry variants of the Single Action Army.

Single Action Army Quickdraw Model (4.75" barrel)

Kid Jarrett (James Russo) primarily carries two Quickdraw SAA revolvers. Eileen Spenser (Andie MacDowell), Anita Crown (Mary Stuart Masterson), and Frank Jarrett (Robert Loggia) also carry Quickdraws. Lilly Laronette (Drew Barrymore) carries two nickel Quickdraw Single Action Army revolvers.

Colt Single Action Army w/ 4.75" barrel, case colored and blued, referred to as "Quick-Draw" or "Civilian" model - .45 Long Colt
Kid Jarrett holds up Det. Graves inside the Texas bank.
Kid Jarrett with his dual revolvers drawn during the U.S. Army train robbery.
Lilly fires her two nickel revolvers.
Frank tries to aim his SAA as he falls off his horse.
Lilly draws her nickel Quickdraw SAAs.
The girls aim their guns at the Jarrett Gang during the final shootout. Eileen aims her Winchester, Anita and Lilly both have SAAs, and Cody has her Colt 1862.
Anita aims her SAA during the stand-off with Kid Jarrett's gang.
Anita reloads her SAA during the shootout.

Single Action Army Artillery Model (5.5" barrel)

The Pinkerton detectives Graves (Jim Beaver) and O'Brady (Nick Chinlund) carry Artillery SAA revolvers. Kid Jarrett (James Russo) and Ned (Neil Summers), one of his gang, also carry Artillery SAAs. Some are reproductions with 5" barrels rather than the full 5.5" barrel of genuine Artillery models.

Colt Single Action Army w/ 5.5" barrel known as the "Artillery" model - .45 Long Colt
Det. Graves arrests Cody inside the Agua Dulce bank.
Ned waves around his Artillery SAA as he cleans it. The cylinder can be seen on the table in front of him.
Guns belonging to the U.S. Army soldiers, including a Winchester Model 1866, Winchester Model 1873, and several Single Action Armys, are seen discarded during the robbery.
Ned fires his Artillery SAA during the shootout after the train robbery.
Kid Jarrett laughs as he holds his Artillery SAA. He typically carries Quickdraw models but is seen with an Artillery for the final shootout.
After Cody ejects a .44-caliber round from her Winchester 1866 "Yellow Boy", she tosses it to Kid Jarrett and tells him to "Pick it up, put it in, die like a man" when facing against her. This is actually not strictly a historical anachronism as a previous user stated. The genuine Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy" repeaters were chambered in .44 Henry rim fire. Only modern reproductions leave the factory chambered in .45 Long Colt (the caliber that the Colt Single Action Army was most commonly chambered for in the Old West) and .44-40 Winchester Center Fire. The Winchester Model 1873 was the first rifle chambered for the .44-40 Center Fire caliber, and it was the second most common chambering for the Colt Single Action Army revolver (which was chambered in a variety of rifle cartridges so the user, if they owned a rifle of the same caliber, would only have to by one type of shell). However, there actually were Colt Single Action Army Revolvers that left the factory chambered in .44 Henry so that owners of the Henry and Winchester "Yellow Boy" rifles could use the same technique that owners of the Winchester '73 and Colt .44-40s could do. The .44 Henry cartridge was also still very popular down in Mexico for a long time, so it is a possibility that this Colt is supposed to be chambered in that caliber. It is also possible (and actually quite simple) to convert a Winchester Model 1866 to fire .44-40 WCF cartridges, though it is less likely that Cody has done this, as .44 Henry rimfire cartridges were still readily available in 1891, and they were still commercially made until the 1930s, so it is likely she would have seen no point in taking the time (or wasting the money) to do this or have a gunsmith do it as it was not necessary at the time to do so.
Kid Jarrett's SAA.

Single Action Army Cavalry Model (7.5" barrel)

Gold prospector Joshua McCoy (Dermot Mulroney) carries a Cavalry Single Action Army with a 7.5" barrel.

Colt Single Action Army w/ 7.5" barrel known as the "Cavalry" model - .45 Long Colt
McCoy fires his SAA while on horseback.
McCoy holds his SAA on Frank.

Colt Single Action Army Bisley

One of the Jarrett Gang aims and fires a Colt Bisley SAA with a 7.5" barrel during the final shootout.

Bisley model Colt Single Action Army w/ 7.5" barrel - 45 Colt.
The gang member draws his Bisley SAA.

Remington 1875

One of the U.S. Army soldiers robbed by the Jarrett gang has a Remington 1875 taken from him and placed with the other soldiers' weapons.

The custom engraved Remington 1875 used by Gene Hackman in The Quick and the Dead (1995) This it the actual revolver used in the film.
Guns belonging to the U.S. Army soldiers, including a Winchester Model 1866, Winchester Model 1873, and several Single Action Armys, are seen discarded during the robbery. A Remington 1875 is seen on top of the Winchester '73.

Rifles

Winchester Model 1866

Many characters throughout the film use Winchester 1866 "Yellow Boy" rifles. The Agua Dulce, Texas city marshal (Nik Hagler) carries one. Later, Cody (Madeleine Stowe), Anita (Mary Stuart Masterson), and Eileen (Andie MacDowell) each use them after taking the shipment hijacked by Kid Jarrett's gang.

Winchester 1866 "Yellow Boy" - .44 RF.
The Agua Dulce marshal aims at the escaping gang of bank robbers.
Guns belonging to the U.S. Army soldiers, including a Winchester Model 1866, Winchester Model 1873, and several Single Action Army revolvers, are seen discarded during the robbery.
Cody with her Winchester Model 1866.
Eileen and Cody unload the Winchesters after stealing the Jarrett gang's guns.
Eileen aims her Winchester Model 1866 at Ned. She is often seen firing it from the hip during the ensuing shootout.
Cody searches for Kid Jarrett with her Winchester Model 1866.

Winchester Model 1873

Eileen Spenser (Andie MacDowell) and several of the Jarrett Gang, including Ned (Neil Summers), use Winchester Model 1873 rifles.

Winchester Model 1873 carbine - 1st generation rifle - 44-40 Cal.
Ned aims a Winchester Model 1873 at the U.S. Army soldiers during the train robbery.
Guns belonging to the U.S. Army soldiers, including a Winchester Model 1866, Winchester Model 1873, and several Single Action Armys, are seen discarded during the robbery.
Eileen waits in the trees with her Winchester Model 1873 to ambush the Jarrett Gang.
Eileen fires the Winchester at the gang members. But it is a Model 1892
William Tucker (James LeGros) waits with his Winchester Model 1873 before jumping up and firing at the gang.
Eileen and Cody unload the Winchesters after stealing the Jarrett gang's guns.
Ned aims his Winchester Model 1892 during the final stand-off.

Shotguns

double barreled shotgun

Rico (Richard Reyes) carries a Double Barreled Shotgun with exposed hammers when "greeting" Cody at the Jarrett gang's hideout.

Kid Jarrett and Rico watch Cody talking to Frank.

Other

Gatling Gun

The Jarrett gang steals a Gatling Gun from the U.S. Army train. After Cody's gang steals it from them, they trade it back for McCoy. Both Cody (Madeleine Stowe) and one of Jarrett's gang fire the Gatling during the shootout. The film treats the Gatling Gun as though it were a newly developed weapon, even though in 1891 (the film's setting) it had been patented for almost thirty years.

Colt Gatling Gun - .45-70.
Cody spots an advertisement for the Gatling in a newspaper inside the Jarrett gang hideout.
McCoy shows the Gatling to Tucker, Eileen, Cody, and Anita.
Two of Jarrett's gang mount the Gatling.
One of Jarrett's gang members fires the Gatling.
Cody takes over the Gatling, firing it at Jarrett's gang.

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