Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2
Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2 is a 1987 horror film written and directed by Lee Harry, co-written by Joeseph P. Earle, and starring Eric Freeman. A sequel to 1984's Silent Night, Deadly Night, the film focused on Billy Caldwell's younger brother, Ricky. Comprised largely of footage reused from the first film framed as flashbacks, the sequel was panned by critics and is mainly remembered for Freeman's unintentionally hilarious acting.
The following weapons were used in the film Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2:
Colt Government Model
In flashbacks to the first film, a police officer searching for Billy uses a Colt Government Model, and in a very metafiction-y movie Ricky sees (which is really just more reused footage), the murderer dressed as Santa from the first film uses a Colt Government to rob a convience store.
Smith & Wesson Model 15
A rookie police officer draws a Smith & Wesson Model 15 while attempting to arrest Ricky (Eric Freeman). Ricky disarms him and shoots him with his own sidearm, then proceeds to go on a killing spree that ends when he runs out of ammunition. Police responding to Ricky's spree also carry Model 15s.
The police lieutenant searching for Ricky carries a stainless Colt Python with a 4" barrel.
Ithaca 37 Shotgun
An officer aims what appears to be an Ithaca 37 shotgun at Ricky when responding to the shootings. From the angle, it's rather hard to identify.