The Crazies (1973)
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The Crazies is a 1973 film by legendary horror filmmaker; George A. Romero. The film depicts the accidental release of a biological weapon upon a real life small town (for the time) called Evans City (located in Pennsylvania), and shows the perspectives of both the surviving townsfolk who are trying to stay alive and remain uninfected from the deadly bio-weapon that's code-named "Trixie" (Which will either kill it's victims or turn them into rage-induced infected individuals), and the United States military dealing out the quarantine protocols which includes locking down the town and killing anyone trying to escape. Despite being another great horror film by George Romero, the film did not do well at the box office, and as a result, garnered some mixed to negative criticism. Despite this, the film became a cult classic following the years after it's release. A remake of the film was released in 2010 under the same title; The Crazies.
The following firearms were used in the 1973 Horror film The Crazies:
Colt Official Police
One of the Evans City police officers that try to overpower the soldiers in the doctor's officer carries a Colt Official Police revolver.
Single Action Army
Another Evans City police officer in the doctor's office draws a nickel Single Action Army.
The main firearm used by U.S. soldiers in Evans City is the M1 Carbine. Most have 30 round magazines, although some are briefly seen with 15 round ones. After escaping from a military convoy, David (W.G. McMillan) and Clank (Harold Wayne Jones) take two M1s and use them for the rest of the movie to fight against the soldiers.
Winchester Model 88
Double Barreled Shotgun
Remington 870 Field Gun
A Trixie infected citizen shoots a soldier with a Remington 870, before being gunned down.