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The following weapons were used in the film Serpico:
One of the Spanish drug dealers shoots Serpico in the face with a .22 caliber Colt Woodsman 3rd Series Target, with the doctors later telling Serpico's parents that the low caliber of the bullet most likely saved his life.
Smith & Wesson Escort
A Smith & Wesson Escort, much like the one seen in Taxi Driver, is found by Serpico (Al Pacino) in Rudy Corsaro's (Richard Foronjy) glove compartment.
Towards the end of the film, Serpico (Al Pacino) purchases for himself a Browning Hi-Power with target sights from the famous John Jovino gun shop in New York City. The salesman incorrectly tells him it "takes a 14-shot clip". Although a Hi-Power can have a maximum capacity of fourteen 9 mm rounds, the magazine (not clip!) itself can only carry thirteen. Serpico tries in vain to draw his Hi-Power during the fake drug buy, but is unable to get a shot off.
A Flintlock Pistol is visible on the fireplace in Serpico's apartment.
Smith & Wesson Model 10
Serpico's uniformed partner Becker carries a Smith & Wesson Model 10.
Smith & Wesson Model 10 Snubnose
Inspector Lombardo (Edward Grover) carries a Smith & Wesson Model 10 Snubnose during his raid with Serpico.
Smith & Wesson Model 36
Many of the NYPD officers and detectives throughout the film use Smith & Wesson Model 36 snubnose revolvers. Officer Frank Serpico (Al Pacino) carries a white-gripped model when he becomes a plainclothes officer, Bob Blair (Tony Roberts) carries one on his belt, and Chief Sidney Green (John Randolph) has one by his nightstand in the opening scene.
Colt Official Police
During his early days as a uniformed NYPD officer, Serpico (Al Pacino) carries a Colt Official Police.