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My New Partner II (Ripoux contre ripoux)

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My New Partner II (Ripoux contre ripoux)
Ripoux contre ripoux Poster.jpg
Original French Poster
Country FRA.jpg France
Directed by Claude Zidi
Release Date 1990
Language French
Studio Films 7
Orly Films
Sédif Productions
Main Cast
Character Actor
René Boirond Philippe Noiret
François Lesbuche Thierry Lhermitte
Simone Line Renaud
Natasha Grace De Capitani
Commissioneer Bloret Michel Aumont
Guy Brisson Guy Marchand
Jean-Pierre Portal Jean-Pierre Castaldi

My New Partner II (original title Ripoux contre ripoux ("Corrupted against corrupted")) is a 1990 French crime comedy directed by Claude Zidi. It's a sequel to My New Partner (Les ripoux) and depicts new adventures of the same buddy cops René Boirond (Philippe Noiret) and François Lesbuche (Thierry Lhermitte).

The following weapons were used in the film My New Partner II (Ripoux contre ripoux):


Manurhin MR-73

François Lesbuche (Thierry Lhermitte) carries a Manurhin MR-73 revolver in the first part of the film. In the final scene MR-73s are seen in hands of policemen.

MR-73 Gendarmie with Duty Sights - .357 Magnum
Boirond's pistol and Lesbuche's MR-73 revolver on the table.
A policeman at the right aims an MR-73.

Smith & Wesson Model 686

A Smith & Wesson Model 686 revolver is the second gun used by François Lesbuche (Thierry Lhermitte).

Smith & Wesson Model 686 4" Barrel - .357 Magnum
François' revolver on the bedside table.

Unidentified revolvers

In the final scene several policemen are armed with unidentified revolvers. These revolvers have short barrels and exposed ejector rods.

Two policemen aim their revolvers.


Smith & Wesson 39

In the first part of the film René Boirond (Philippe Noiret) carries a nickel plated pistol with pearl grips that appears to be a Smith & Wesson 39.

Smith & Wesson Model 39-2, nickel plated - 9x19mm
A pearl grip is seen.
Boirond puts his pistol on the table. The frame appears to match the thickness of a single stack model so it's most likely S&W 39.
Boirond's pistol and Lesbuche's MR-73 revolver on the table. The distinctive adjustable rear sight used on the 1st generation S&W automatics is visible in this shot, which remains blued on the nickel plated models.

Beretta 92FS

A Beretta 92FS (or its French clone PAMAS G1) is carried by Guy Brisson (Guy Marchand). In one scene François Lesbuche (Thierry Lhermitte) takes Brisson's pistol.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
PAMAS G1 - 9x19mm. Note the slide nomenclature and different logo on the grip
François Lesbuche threatens Brisson with his own pistol.
Brisson loads his pistol.
Portal and Brisson with their pistols in the final scene.

Walther P5

A Walther P5 is carried by Jean-Pierre Portal (Jean-Pierre Castaldi).

Walther P5 - 9x19mm
Portal draws his pistol.
Portal and Brisson with their pistols in the final scene.
Another view of Portal's pistol.

Submachine Guns


Several policemen are armed with MAT-49 SMGs.

MAT-49 Submachine Gun - 9x19mm
A policeman with MAT-49 is seen at the background.


Mossberg 500

A jewelry store owner (Christian Bouillette) appears with a Mossberg 500 shotgun during the theft from his store.

Mossberg 500AT Shotgun - 12 gauge. Note the wood furniture.
The jeweler runs in the store when the alarm woke him.
A close view of the barrel with heat shield and the pump.

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