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The Death Collector

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The Death Collector (also known as Family Enforcer) is a very low-budget crime film from 1976 and is best known as the first role for Joe Pesci.

The following firearms were used in the film The Death Collector:

The Death Collector (also released as Family Enforcer, 1976)

Smith & Wesson Model 66

While at a firing range, New Jersey Mafia collector Jerry Bolanti (Joseph Cortese) fires a Smith & Wesson Model 66.

Smith & Wesson Model 66.
Jerry fires his Model 66.

Mauser 1934

Jerry (Joseph Cortese) pulls a Mauser Model 1934 and attaches a suppressor when confronting Bernie in his office. Bernie's bodyguard (William Metzo) also carries one in his pocket.

Mauser 1934 - .32 ACP
Jerry fixes a suppressor onto the Mauser while in Bernie's office.
Jerry with the suppressed Mauser 1934.
Bernie's bodyguard shows Bernie his "piece", which he keeps in his pocket, inciting Bernie to tell him to get a holster.

Astra Constable

Marley (Keith Davis), the hitman that eventually finds Serge and Joe, uses a Astra Constable throughout the film, often suppressed.

Astra Constable
Marley shoots Herb Greene and his secretary.
Another hitman takes the suppressor off his Constable in Bernie's office.
Marley eyes his suppressed Constable on a car seat.
Marley watches Serge, suppressed Constable ready.

Smith & Wesson Model 60

Bernie Feldshuh (Frank Vincent) keeps a Smith & Wesson Model 60 in his RHD belt holster, firing it at the bathroom door when he is cornered.

Smith and Wesson Model 60 (Stainless steel counterpart of the Model 36) - .38 Special
Bernie raises his Model 60.
Bernie fires his Model 60.


Serge (Bobby Alto) carries a M1911A1 with white grips, which Joe (Joe Pesci) chides him for having, claiming it can "go through six people."

M1911A1 - .45 ACP.
Joe questions Serge about his M1911A1.
Joe threatens Serge with his own M1911A1.
Serge places his M1911A1 on a motel bathroom counter.

O/U shotgun/rifle

The hitman Marley (Keith Davis) gets a "custom" 18-inch barrel O/U long gun that fires a shotgun shell and a rifle bullet, using it during his confrontation with Jerry. The seller/manufacturer mentions in the scene that he made some modifications (although considering the low budget of the film, it's doubtful that any were actually made.

The shotgun/rifle in its case.
Marley loads his weapon.
Marley pulls back the hammer.
Marley raises the gun to his blindfolded face, showing the seller that he could load and use it blindfolded in 28 seconds.
Marley fires at Jerry.

double-barreled shotgun

Jerry uses a double-barreled side-by-side shotgun during his final confrontation with Marley.

Jerry fires at Marley.

M2 Carbine

One of the hitmen during the finale uses a selective fire M2 Carbine with extended 30-round magazine.

M2 Carbine - .30 Carbine
A hitman reveals his M2 Carbine.
The hitman steps down from his perch, M2 Carbine in hand.

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