Theatrical release poster
||Tom Laughlin (as T. C. Frank)
||National Student Film Corporation |
Eaves Movie Ranch
||Warner Bros. |
Billy Jack Rights
The following weapons were used in the film Billy Jack:
Smith & Wesson Model 10
Sheriff Cole (Clark Howat), the Drama Teacher (Howard Hesseman), the Student (Beans Morocco), another Drama Teacher (Ed Greenberg), a henchman and the Highway Patrol Sergeant carry Smith & Wesson Model 10s.
Smith & Wesson Model 10 with 4" barrel - .38 Special.
The Drama Teacher points a S&W Model 10 at the Student.
The Student points a S&W Model 10 at the Drama Teacher.
Another Drama Teacher points a S&W10 at the Student while the Sheriff points his S&W10 at the Drama Teacher, the Student, and the other Drama Teacher.
Sheriff Cole holds his S&W Model 10 at the ready.
After exchanging hats, the Student points a S&W Model 10 at Sheriff Cole.
The Drama Teacher points a S&W Model 10 at Sheriff Cole.
A henchman holds a S&W Model 10 while restraining Martin (Stan Rice
The Highway Patrol Sergeant aims his S&W Model 10.
Smith & Wesson Model 20
Deputy Mike (Kenneth Tobey) and Bernard Posner (David Roya) carry Smith & Wesson Model 20s.
Smith & Wesson Model 20 with 5" barrel - .38/44.
Deputy Mike points his S&W Model 20 at Cindy (Susan Foster
Closer view as Deputy Mike points his S&W Model 20 at Cindy.
Deputy Mike fires his S&W Model 20.
Bernard aims his Smith & Wesson Model 20.
Winchester Model 1897
Model 1897 Riot Shotgun
A policeman and a Highway Patrol officer use Winchester Model 1897 riot shotguns.
Winchester M1897 riot shotgun - 12 gauge.
A policeman pumps the slide to the rear.
The Highway Patrol officer in the right background holds a Model 1897.
Model 1897 Field Shotgun
Billy Jack uses a Winchester Model 1897 field shotgun.
Winchester Model 1897 field shotgun - 12 gauge.
Billy Jack points the Model 1897 out the window.
Remington Model 870
In a continuity error, Billy Jack's Winchester Model 1897 becomes a Remington Model 870. Martin (Stan Rice), Sheriff Cole and a Highway Patrol officer also use Remington Model 870s.
Remington Model 870 field shotgun - 12 gauge.
Billy Jack fires a Remington Model 870 out the window.
Martin holds a Model 870.
Sheriff Cole points a Model 870.
A Highway Patrol officer (left) fires a Model 870. The officer in the center holds a Winchester Model 1894, and the Highway Patrol officer in the background holds a Winchester Model 1897 riot shotgun.
Winchester Model 1892
Billy Jack (Tom Laughlin), Deputy Mike, Mr. Stuart Posner (Bert Freed), Bernard Posner, four henchmen, Cindy (Susan Foster) and a Highway Patrol officer carry Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbines.
Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine - various calibers.
Billy Jack holds a Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine.
Billy Jack cocks his Saddle Ring Carbine one-handed.
Billy Jack holds a Saddle Ring Carbine.
Deputy Mike aims his Saddle Ring Carbine.
Bernard Posner throws the Saddle Ring Carbine to his father.
Mr. Posner holds the rifle.
A henchman holds a Saddle Ring Carbine.
Cindy takes Bernard's rifle.
Two henchmen and Deputy Mike in the background hold Saddle Ring Carbines.
A Highway Patrol officer fires a blank round with a Saddle Ring Carbine.
Winchester Model 70
Bernard Posner uses a Winchester Model 70 with a scope.
Winchester Model 70, 1970s manufacture - various calibers.
Bernard aims the Model 70.
Bernard holds the Model 70.
Federal Gas Riot Gun
A Highway Patrol officer carries a zinc Federal L-5 Gas Riot Gun.
Federal L-5 Gas Riot Gun - 37mm (1.5 caliber) CS gas or smoke grenades.
A Highway Patrol officer holds a zinc Federal L-5 Gas Riot Gun.
The riot gun has a prop CS grenade in the barrel.
As the officer falls, the prop CS grenade protrudes from the barrel.