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Badlands is a 1973 drama written and directed by Terrence Malick and starring Martin Sheen as Kit Carruthers, a young man who goes on the run along with Holly Sargis (Sissy Spacek), an impressionable 15 year old girl following a murder. The film was loosely based on a true story.
The following weapons were used in the film Badlands:
Harrington & Richardson Model 999 Top-Break Revolver
Mr. Sargis (Warren Oates) uses a Harring & Richardson Model 999 Sportsman Top-Break Revolver when he goes to shoot Holly's dog.
Hi-Standard Sentinel Revolver
Kit (Martin Sheen) carries a Hi-Standard Sentinel Revolver. Charles Starkweather (the inspiration for Kit) carried a 38 revolver during his murder spree.
Single Action Army
The sheriff wields a Single Action Army.
Smith & Wesson Model 10
Bent County deputy Tom (Alan Vint) carries a Smith & Wesson Model 10 revolver as his sidearm.
Kit (Martin Sheen) carries and uses a Savage 99R during most of the film, asking for .300 caliber ammunition towards the end.
Winchester Model 1894
Some of the bounty hunters can be seen carrying Winchester Model 1894 rifles.
Unidentified Bolt-Action Rifle
Some of the bounty hunters can be seen carrying bolt-action rifles. It appears to be a Remington 700 style rifle.
A Bent County deputy, Tom (Alan Vint), chasing Kit uses an Springfield M1903A3. He tells Kit he fired a ".30-06" when Kit asks what kind of ammunition was being fired at him.
The Montana National Guard carries M16A1 rifles, which is an anachronism for a scene set in 1959.
Several National Guard soldiers also carry M14s.
Kit (Martin Sheen) fires a Remington 870 when the bounty hunters come looking for him and Holly.