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Forsaken (2015)

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Original Theatrical Poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
CAN.jpg Canada
FRA.jpg France
Directed by Jon Cassar
Release Date 2015
Studio Minds Eye Entertainment
Panacea Entertainment
Moving Pictures Media
Main Cast
Character Actor
John Henry Clayton Kiefer Sutherland
Reverend Samuel Clayton Donald Sutherland
James McCurdy Brian Cox
Gentleman Dave Turner Michael Wincott
Frank Tillman Aaron Poole
Mary Alice Watson Demi Moore
Tom Watson Greg Ellis
Emily Chadwick Siobhan Williams

Forsaken is a 2015 co-production American-Canadian-French Western movie directed by Jon Cassar. The movie marked the first onscreen pairing of actor Kiefer Sutherland and his father Donald Sutherland in a feature film (that two had appeared previously in Max Dugan Returns and A Time to Kill, but not in the same scene). The film stars Kiefer Sutherland as a retired gunfighter John Henry Clayton who returns to his hometown to repair his relationship with his reverend father Samuel Clayton (Donald Sutherland), but soon has to return to his old ways when a gang threatens the town.

The following weapons were used in the film Forsaken:


Single Action Army

Single Action Army "Civilian" Model

John Henry Clayton (Kiefer Sutherland) uses a Single Action Army "Civilian" Model revolver during the climactic shootout in the saloon. "Civilian" Model revolvers are also seen in hands of several mercenaries, notably Bob Waters (Chris Ippolito).

Colt Single Action Army with 4.75" barrel, case colored and blued, referred to as "Quick-Draw" or "Civilian" model - .45 Long Colt
Clayton's revolver in holster.
John Henry Clayton dual-wields SAA and LeMat revolvers.
Bob Waters fires a blued SAA "Civilian" model revolver instead of previously seen Starr 1858 Army (see below).
Clayton covers behind the bar.
Another view of Bob Waters holding the SAA revolver.
Clayton fires.
Clayton drops his revolver.
Some mercenary leaves an SAA "Civilian" model revolver with deep blued finish on the table. Clayton arms himself with this gun.
Clayton holds the said revolver in the scene in MacCardy's room.
Clayton fires at MacCardy throught the balcony window.
A production still shows bearded (unlike the movie) John Henry Clayton (Kiefer Sutherland) aiming his revolver. This scene isn't seen in the film itself, supposedly being cut from the theatrical release.
John Henry Clayton dual-wields SAA and LeMat revolvers on a promotional image.

Single Action Army "Artillery" Model

Single Action Army "Artillery" Model revolvers are used by mercenaries Clyde Burnett (Micheal Mitchell) and Tim Slade (Lex Cassar). Due to a continuity error, the "Cavalry" revolver of the leader of the gang Frank Tillman (Aaron Poole) switches to an "Artillery" revolver in one scene.

Colt Single Action Army with 5.5" barrel known as the "Artillery" model - .45 Long Colt
Clyde Burnett with an SAA revolver. This is an "Artillery" model that can be seen on the following screenshot.
Burnett's revolver is seen in midair when the mercenary is gunned down. The screenshot allows to see the barrel length.
Same scene is seen from another angle of view on a promotional image.
Tim Slade fires an SAA during the shootout on Chadwick's farm.
During the same shootout Frank Tillman holds an "Artillery" revolver instead of the "Cavalry" model that he uses both before and after this scene.

Single Action Army "Cavalry" Model

Frank Tillman (Aaron Poole) and one of his men, Dan Thompson (uncredited), use Single Action Army "Cavalry" Model revolvers.

Colt Single Action Army with 7.5" barrel known as the "Cavalry" model - .45 Long Colt
Tillman aims a "Cavalry" revolver during the shootout on Chawick's farm. Then his revolver switches to an "Artillery" model and then back to the "Cavalry" one.
Dan Thompson with a "Cavalry" revolver in the same scene.
Tillman fires at one of his own men whose talkativeness caused the ambush on the gang.
Tillman fires his revolver during the final shootout with John Henry Clayton.
Another view of Tillman's revolver in the same scene.
A close-up of Tillman's revolver.
Tillman fires.

Colt Model 1877 Lightning

Wealthy landowner and saloon owner James MacCardy (Brian Cox) carries a nickel plated Colt Model 1877 Lightning.

Nickel plated Colt Lightning, similar to the one used by Val Kilmer in Tombstone, with a full-length ejector rod housing - .38 Long Colt
MacCardy opens the box with the revolver and ammo.
MacCardy aims the revolver.
A close althouth slightly blurry view of the revolver.
The revolver is seen when MacCardy is gunned down through the window.

Colt 1851 Navy

Several mercenaries, notably Dave Turner (Michael Wincott) and Little Ned (Dylan Smith), carry Colt 1851 Navy revolvers. The screen guns seem to be some kind of cartridge conversion although the details are difficult to consider. It's worth noting that a promotional image shows Michael Wincott holding a dummy (even without the muzzle) of percussion cap Colt 1851 Navy that looks radically different from the gun, used by Wincott's character on screen.

Colt 1851 Navy - .36 caliber
Colt 1851 Navy with a cartridge conversion. This is a reproduction of the gun used by Eli Wallach in The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly and imported by Cimmaron Arms.
Dave Turner aims his Colt 1851 Navy.
The revolver is seen from the back when Turner fires at Clyde Burnett.
Turner stands over the body of killed farmer. The revolver is seen in his hand.
Little Ned (at the left) carries a revolver tucked into his belt.
Little Ned (at the right) carries a revolver tucked into his belt.
One of the mercenaries leaves his revolver on the table in the saloon. Due to a continuity error, the revolver switches to a Single Action Army when John Henry Clayton picks up this gun.
Turner's revolver in holster during the final confrontation.
Dave Turner (Michael Wincott) holds a mockup of Colt 1851 Navy on a promotional image. The gun looks different from the one used in the film itself. Note the lack of the muzzle hole in the barrel that indicates that the revolver is not even a non-firing replica but nothing more than a dummy.

LeMat 1861

John Henry Clayton (Kiefer Sutherland) also uses a LeMat 1861 revolver that he takes from Mr. Parsons' store. The revolver is a cartridge conversion.

LeMat 1861, replica made by Pietta - .44 cal / 20 Gauge
LeMat revolver in Parsons' store.
Mr. Parsons (Dave Trimble) hands the LeMat to Clayton.
John Henry Clayton dual-wields SAA and LeMat revolvers.
The LeMat is seen in action.
The revolver on the floor.
A good view of the grip.
John Henry Clayton dual-wields SAA and LeMat revolvers on a promotional image.

Starr 1858 Army

Due to continuity errors, Bob Waters' (Chris Ippolito) revolver several times switches between a Starr 1858 Army and a Single Action Army.

Starr 1858 Army double-action revolver - .44 Caliber
Waters holds the Starr revolver.
Waters' revolver switches back from an SAA to a Starr.

Smith & Wesson "Wells Fargo" Schofield

During the shootout in the saloon, mercenary Ed Tealy (Justin Michael Carriere) is armed with a Smith & Wesson "Wells Fargo" Schofield revolver.

Smith & Wesson "Wells Fargo" Schofield with barrel cut down to five inches - .45 Schofield
Tealy aims.
Tealy fires his revolver.
Tealy holds his revolver.

Forehand & Wadsworth and Smith & Wesson 4th Model

Two top-break compact revolvers are seen in Mr. Parsons' store together with the LeMat revolver. One of them can be identified as a Forehand & Wadsworth. Due to its size, it may be a .38 rather than a .32 model. The second top-break compact revolver in the store is a Smith & Wesson 4th Model (or maybe but less likely Iver Johnson Safety Automatic).

Forehand & Wadsworth - .32 S&W. The screen gun seems to be a .38 model that looks generally similar but larger.
Smith & Wesson 4th Model Double Action - .32 S&W
Three revolvers in Parsons' store: Forehand & Wadsworth at the bottom right (note the logo on the grip that allows to identify the exact manufacturer), LeMat in center and Smith & Wesson 4th Model at the top left.


Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy"

Frank Tillman (Aaron Poole) uses a Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy" rifle when firing at farmer Chadwick. One of the Chadwick gang members (Terry A. Brown) is also armed with a "Yellow Boy" rifle during the shootout on the farm.

Winchester 1866 "Yellow Boy" Rifle - .44 RF
Chadwick's man fires a Winchester 1866.
The same character holds his rifle.
Tillman holds his Winchester 1866.
He operates the lever.
Tillman takes aim.

Winchester Model 1873

During the same shootout on the farm, one more of Chadwick's men (Joel Jackshaw) is seen with a Winchester Model 1873 carbine.

Winchester Model 1873 carbine - 1st generation rifle - .44-40 WCF
Chadwick's man fires his Winchester 1873.

Winchester Model 1892

An anachronistic Winchester Model 1892 short rifle is seen in hands of an uncredited townsman.

Winchester 1892 - .38-40
A townsman at the left holds a lever action rifle that can be identified as a Winchester 1892 due the size and shape of the receiver.

Unidentified lever action rifle

One more of Chadwick's men (Cliff Liknes) is armed with a lever action rifle. A Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy" rifle is a possible but unproved guess.

A man with the rifle on the rooftop.
He fires.
The rifle is seen blurry but the shape of the forend resembles the Winchester 1866.


Double Barreled Shotgun

In several scenes Daniel Peterson (Christopher Rosamond) and Mr. Chadwick (Don Bland) use Double Barreled Shotguns.

Charles Parker 1878 Side by Side Shotgun - 12 gauge
Peterson holds a shotgun.
Another view of Peterson's shotgun.
Chadwick holds a shotgun.
Chadwick fires.

Sawed-Off Double Barrel Shotgun

John Henry Clayton (Kiefer Sutherland) uses a Sawed-Off Double Barrel Shotgun. The gun is a large caliber, maybe a 10 gauge or even with a bigger bore.

For reference: Belgian made 10 gauge Meteor used by Val Kilmer in the film Tombstone. From the personal collection of the film's armorer Peter Sherayko.
Clayton fires the sawed-off shotgun in the scene in the saloon.
Same scene on a promotional image.

Long Guns in Mr. Parsons' Store

A number of rifles and shotguns can be seen in Mr. Parsons' store. Some of them can be identified quite well.

From right to left: 1 - Double Barreled Shotgun, 2 - Sawed-Off Double Barrel Shotgun (same gun that is used by John Henry Clayton), 3 - Sharps carbine of unclear model, most likely a M1859 or M1863, 4 - Coach Gun, 5 - unidentified rifle with underbarrel tube magazine (or maybe this detail is a ramrod), 6 - another Sharps carbine, 7 - one more unidentified long gun, 8 - one more Sharps carbine.

For reference: Charles Parker 1878 Side by Side Shotgun - 12 gauge
For reference: Belgian made 10 gauge Meteor used by Val Kilmer in the film Tombstone. From the personal collection of the film's armorer Peter Sherayko.
For reference: Sharps 1859 Carbine - .52 caliber
For reference: Colt Model 1878 Coach Gun reproduction - 12 Gauge

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