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Badland is a 2019 Western movie written and directed by Justin Lee. A decade after the American Civil War, a Pinkerton detective Matthias Breecher (Kevin Makely) travels to the West with a mission to track down several Confederate war criminals and carry out the death sentence. But meeting with the daughter of one of those men changes Bricher's plans.
The following weapons were used in the film Badland:
Single Action Army "Artillery" Model
Matthias Breecher (Kevin Makely) carries a matched pair of nickel plated, pearl gripped Single Action Army "Artillery" model revolvers (funny, on the film poster Breecher is armed with not two but three revolvers, two in hands and the third one in shoulder holster). Common "Artillery" revolvers are used by numerous characters, including former Confederate General Corbin Dandridge (Trace Adkins), bounty hunter Harlan Red (Wes Studi), landowner Fred Quaid (James Russo) and his men Hector (Omid Zader) and Omar Ferrer (Oscar Leiva), and Sheriff Wainwright's deputies Jasper Mortenson (Ryan Kelley) and Deacon Ryader (Aidan Bristow).
Colt Single Action Army with 5.5" barrel known as the "Artillery" model - .45 Long Colt
Dandridge draws his revolver during the shootout in the barn.
Breecher carries one of his revolvers in shoulder holster.
Hector holds his revolver in the scene at Cooke's house.
An unnamed Quaid's henchman holds his revolver in the same scene.
Quaid fires his revolver.
Breecher holds his revolver during the shootout with Quaid's henchmen.
Another view of Breecher's revolver.
Breecher grabs Mortenson's revolver from holster and fires it.
Breecher holds Mortenson's revolver.
Breecher dual-wields his revolvers during the shootout with deputies.
Breecher reloads one of his revolvers. The grip of the second revolver is also seen.
Matthias Breecher dual-wields his revolvers on promotional images.
Single Action Army "Civilian" Model
Some minor characters are armed with Single Action Army "Civilian" model revolvers.
Colt Single Action Army with 4.75" barrel, case colored and blued, referred to as "Quick-Draw" or "Civilian" model - .45 Long Colt
Gen. Dandridge's henchman holds a "Civilian" revolver.
An unnamed Sheriff's deputy takes a prostitute as hostage.
The barrel of the revolver is seen when the man is gunned down.
A townsman carries a "Civilian" (judging by the length of the holster) revolver with deep blue finish and stag horn grips.
Umarex Single Action Army
A Single Action Army revolver in holster of a man in the saloon turns out to be an Umarex airsoft gun, judging by the screw hole of the CO2 cartridge compartment in the grip.
Umarex Colt Single Action Army 45 Nickel - .177. A CO2 replica of Single Action Army "Artillery" Model revolver.
A man at the right carries an airsoft SAA revolver in holster.
Single Action Army (mockup)
In one scene Breecher's revolver is substituted with a mockup gun.
The grip of the mockup, supposedly wooden revolver is seen.
Same mockup gun is seen on a production still.
Colt 1860 (Richards Conversion)
Terminally ill Reginald Cooke (Bruce Dern) holds a Colt 1860 (Richards Conversion) revolver during the confrontation with Fred Quaid.
Colt 1860 Army with Richards conversion.
A good view of Cooke's revolver.
Cooke fires towards Fred Quaid.
Remington 1858 New Army (Cartridge Conversion)
Sheriff Huxsley Wainwright (Jeff Fahey) carries a Remington 1858 New Army (Cartridge Conversion) revolver.
Remington 1858 New Army (Cartridge Conversion) - .45 Long Colt
Sheriff Wainwright fires at a prostitute.
Sheriff carries his revolver in holster.
Sheriff carries his revolver during the showdown. When he draws the gun, it is seen only in far distance.
Sheriff Huxsley Wainwright holds the Remington revolver on a promotional image.
Smith & Wesson Model 3
A Smith & Wesson Model 3 revolver is a handgun of a gambler in the saloon.
Smith & Wesson Model 3 Russian 1st Model - .44 Russian
A Smith & Wesson Model 3 revolver is seen at hand of a gambler.
One of the saloon patrons carries a long barreled revolver that may be a Single Action Army "Cavalry" model or a cartridge conversion 1851 Navy or 1860 Army.
For comparison: Colt Single Action Army w/ 7.5" barrel known as the "Cavalry" model with ivory grips
One of Gen. Dandridge's henchmen is armed with an open-top cartridge revolver that may be a Colt 1872 Open Top or some cap and ball revolver with Richards-Mason Conversion.
For comparison: Colt 1871-72 Open Top - .44 Henry rimfire
A man in center draws his revolver.
He has no chance to shoot, being gunned down.
Matthias Breecher's (Kevin Makely) long gun is a Spencer 1860 carbine.
Spencer Model 1860 Carbine - .56-56 Spencer rimfire
Breecher holds his Spencer carbine. The pearl grip of the revolver in shoulder holster is also seen.
Breecher holds his carbine when he approaches Cooke's house and is met unfriendly.
A close-up of the carbine.
Breecher readies his Spencer.
Breecher holds the carbine during the shootout with Sheriff's deputies.
Matthias Breecher holds the Spencer 1860 carbine on a promotional image.
Sarah Cooke (Mira Sorvino) holds a Henry 1860 rifle in several scenes. An uncredited Sheriff's deputy holds a Henry rifle during the confrontation with Breecher in hotel room.
Henry 1860 - .44 Rimfire (RF)
Sarah meets Breecher by an aimed rifle.
Sarah fires the rifle during the shootout with Quaid's henchmen.
She reloads the rifle. The spent cartridge is seen in the midair.
A deputy holds a Henry rifle.
A Henry rifle is seen in the gun rack in Sheriff's office together with a Colt 1878 shotgun.
Sarah Cooke holds the Henry rifle on a promotional image.
Colt Model 1878
Colt Model 1878 shotguns are used by Sheriff Huxsley Wainwright (Jeff Fahey), one of his unnamed deputies and Quaid's henchman Leonard Black (Todd A. Robinson).
Colt Model 1878 reproduction - 12 Gauge
Black holds the shotgun when Breecher visits Quaid.
A shotgun is seen in the gun rack in Sheriff's office together with a Henry rifle.
Sheriff Wainwright holds his shotgun during the showdown.