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Kid, The (2019)

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The Kid
The Kid 2019 Poster.jpg
Theatrical Poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Directed by Vincent D'Onofrio
Release Date 2019
Studio Suretone Pictures
Distributor Lionsgate
Main Cast
Character Actor
Rio Cutler Jake Schur
Sheriff Pat Garrett Ethan Hawke
Billy "The Kid" Bonney Dane DeHaan
Sara Cutler Leila George
Grant Cutler Chris Pratt
Bob Olinger Adam Baldwin
Sheriff Romero Vincent D'Onofrio
Paul Jankowski Keith Jardine


The Kid is a 2019 Western movie directed by Vincent D'Onofrio and starring Dane DeHaan as Billy "The Kid" Bonney and Ethan Hawke as Sheriff Pat Garrett.


The following weapons were used in the film The Kid:


Revolvers

Single Action Army "Cavalry" Model

Single Action Army "Cavalry" model revolvers are used by Billy "The Kid" Bonney (Dane DeHaan), Sheriff Pat Garrett (Ethan Hawke) and his deputies, including Jim East (Ben Dickey) and James Bell (Joseph Santos).

Colt Single Action Army 7 1/2" Cavalry model - .45 Long Colt.
Jim East aims his revolver at manacled Billy "The Kid".
Another view of Jim East's revolver.
Pat Garrett holds his revolver during the confrontation with Sheriff Romero's men in Santa Fe.
Billy disarms James Bell.
Another view of the same scene.
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Billy holds "Cavalry" and "Artillery" revolvers that he took from the drawer in Sheriff Garrett's office.
Pat Garrett holds two revolvers during the shootout in the brothel.
Pat Garrett holds his revolvers during the showdown with Grant Cutler.
Pat Garrett (Ethan Hawke) holds two "Cavalry" revolvers on a production still.
Sheriff Romero (Vincent D'Onofrio) on a production still. His revolver is seen only in holster but due to the size of the holster, the revolver seems to be a "Cavalry" model. Also note the brass trigger guard, same as on Jim East's revolver.

Single Action Army "Artillery" Model

One of the revolvers that Billy "The Kid" (Dane DeHaan) takes from Sheriff Garrett's office during the prison break is a Single Action Army "Artillery" model. "Artillery" revolvers are also seen in hands of outlaw Dave Rudabaugh (Chad Daschnaw), and several of Grant Cutler's henchmen, notably Oran Moler (Hawk D'Onofrio).

Colt Single Action Army with 5.5" barrel known as the "Artillery" model - .45 Long Colt
Dave Rudabaugh fires his "Artillery" revolver during the shootout with Sheriff Garrett's men.
Another view of Dave's revolver.
Billy "The Kid" takes "Artillery" (at the left) and "Cavalry" revolvers from the drawer.
Billy holds two revolvers.
Another view of the same scene.
"Artillery" revolver is seen from another side.
Oran Moler holds Pat Garrett at gunpoint.
An unnamed Grant Cutler's henchman holds an "Artillery" revolver during the shootout in the brothel.

Single Action Army "Civilian" Model

Rio Cutler (Jake Schur) holds a Single Action Army "Civilian" model revolver when he imitates a robbery.

Colt Single Action Army with 4.75" barrel, case colored and blued, referred to as "Quick-Draw" or "Civilian" model - .45 Long Colt
Rio aims his revolver at bank cashiers.
He fires in air. The muzzle flash seems to be a CGI effect.
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Another view of Rio's revolver.
Rio Cutler holds his revolver on a promotional image.

Colt Model 1877 Lightning

In various scenes Colt Model 1877 Lightning revolvers with 3 1/2" barrel are seen in hands of Billy "The Kid" (Dane DeHaan), Rio Cutler (Jake Schur), and his sister Sara (Leila George). This screen gun (possibly a single prop reused) is supposed to be a Cimarron replica, identified by a visible logo on the grip.

Cimarron replica of Colt Lightning with 3 1/2" barrel - .38 Special
Billy holds his revolver during the shootout with Sheriff Garrett's men.
Billy threatens his cowardly accomplice Wilson.
Another view of Billy's revolver.
Sheriff Pat Garrett (Ethan Hawke) holds Billy's revolver when the latter surrenders.
Rio Cutler aims his revolver at his uncle, gang leader Grant Cutler.
Rio's revolver in hands of Sara.
Rio holds his revolver in the final scene.
Another view of Rio's revolver in the final scene.
A promotional image of Rio Cutler (Jake Schur) carrying his revolver tucked into his belt. The logo can be seen on the grip.
A promotional image of Billy "The Kid" (Dane DeHaan) surrendering his gun. The logo can be seen on the grip.

Colt 1871-72 Open Top

In the opening scene, Rio Cutler (Jake Schur) holds a Colt 1871-72 Open Top revolver.

Colt 1871-72 Open Top - .44 Henry rimfire
The revolver is seen during the opening credits, although partially, but still good enough for identification.
Rio aims the revolver at his cruel father.

Colt Walker

A Colt Walker is used by Rio's uncle Grant Cutler (Chris Pratt). The screen revolver is a modern cartridge replica.

One of the original cartridge conversion Colt Walker 1847s - .44 caliber used by Clint Eastwood in The Outlaw Josey Wales.
Grant Cutler holds his revolver at Rio's head. It can be seen that the revolver is a cartridge version, and most likely a modern replica.
The grip is seen.
Another view of the revolver.
A close-up of the cylinder and the frame.
Brass parts of the frame can be seen.
A production still shows Grant Cutler carrying his revolver in holster.
A production still shows Grant Cutler holding the revolver.

Smith & Wesson Schofield

Deputy Bob Olinger's (Adam Baldwin) carries a Smith & Wesson Schofield revolver.

Smith & Wesson Schofield Model 3 with blued finish - .45 Schofield
Bob Olinger holds his revolver during Billy's prison break. The gun is seen blurry but still can be identified as a Smith & Wesson top-break revolver.
Another view of the revolver.
A promotional image allows one to see the grip of Olinger's holstered revolver. Its shape matches Schofield model.

Pistols

Colt 2nd Model Derringer

In one scene Pat Garrett (Ethan Hawke) holds a Colt 2nd Model Derringer pistol.

Colt 2nd Model Derringer - .41 RF
Garrett aims a derringer at Dave Rudabaugh.

Rifles

Henry 1860

Throughout the movie Sheriff Pat Garrett (Ethan Hawke) carries Henry 1860 rifle with iron frame, definitly a modern replica as only 400 Henry rifles were produced with the iron frame. A common brass framed Henry is seen in hands of outlaw Billy Wilson (Charlie Chappell).

New Original Henry Iron Frame - .44-40 WCF. This is a modern replica of rare iron frame Henry 1860.
Henry 1860 brass-frame - .44 Rimfire (RF).
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Wilson fires his Henry rifle during the shootout with Garrett's men. This is a common brass framed gun.
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Garrett fires his Henry rifle in the same scene. Although the receiver looks slightly yellowish, this is only an optical effect, as stains on the frame prove that it is iron. The surface of the receiver of this rifle can be seen more close on one of the following screenshots.
Garrett holds a Henry rifle.
Garrett's Henry rifle leans against a pillar.
Another view of the rifle.
A close-up of the rifle.
Another view of the rifle.
Pat Garrett holds a Henry rifle on a promotional image.

Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy" Rifle

Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy" rifles are seen in hands of outlaw Charlie Bowdre (Chris Bylsma) and Sheriff Romero's deputy, credited as "Young Mob Leader" (Carlos Amorin). Due to a continuity error, Sheriff Pat Garrett's (Ethan Hawke) Henry rifle briefly switches to a Winchester 1866 rifle in one scene.

Winchester 1866 "Yellow Boy" Rifle - .44 RF
Bowdre's "Yellow Boy" rifle is seen at the far right.
A close-up of Bowdre's rifle.
A deputy fires his Winchester 1866.
Same character is seen at the background center. Due to a continuity error, his 1866 carbine (see below) switches to a rifle.
Pat Garrett holds a Winchester 1866 rifle instead of his common Henry rifle.
Romero's deputy (at the left) holds a Winchester 1866 rifle.
"Young Mob Leader" (Carlos Amorin) holds a "Yellow Boy" rifle on a production still.

Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy" Carbine

Two of unnamed Sheriff Pat Garrett's deputies are seen with Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy" carbines. Charlie Bowdre's Winchester 1866 rifle switches to a carbine due to a continuity error.

Winchester 1866 "Yellow Boy" Carbine - .44 RF
A deputy with a "Yellow Boy" carbine in shootout.
Same character is seen in center. Another deputy (at the left) is also armed with a 1866 carbine that later switches to a rifle (see above).
After the shootout, Bowdre's rifle switches to a carbine that is seen leaning against the wall.
Another view of the same carbine at the wall.
A Coach Gun and a Winchester 1866 carbine are seen on the wall in Sheriff Garrett's office.

Winchester Model 1873 Carbine

Billy "The Kid" (Dane DeHaan), Dave Rudabaugh (Chad Daschnaw) and several Sheriff Romero's and Sheriff Garrett's deputies are armed with Winchester Model 1873 carbines in various scenes.

Winchester 1873 - .44-40.
Dave and Billy hold their Winchester 1873 carbines.
A better view of Billy's carbine.
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Sheriff Garrett's deputy at the foreground fires his carbine. The moving hammer is seen.
Dave reloads his carbine during the shootout.
Another view of Dave's carbine.
One of Sheriff Romero's deputies (at the right) holds a Winchester 1873 carbine.
Another deputy (in center) holds a Winchester 1873 carbine.

Remington Rolling Block

Sheriff's deputies Bob Olinger (Adam Baldwin) and Jim East (Ben Dickey) carry Remington Rolling Block rifles.

Remington Rolling Block - .32 rimfire. Screen guns look similar to this version.
Jim East holds a Remington Rolling Block rifle during the shootout with Billy's gang.
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East holds his rifle during the arrest of Billy.
Olinger aims his rifle at Rio Cutler. His gun is seen better on a production still.
A close-up of East's rifle during the shootout in the brothel.
A general view of East's rifle in the same scene.
Bob Olinger (Adam Baldwin) holds a Remington Rolling Block on a production still.

Springfield Rifled Musket

One of Sheriff Romero's deputies holds a muzzleloading long gun that is supposed to be a Springfield rifled musket, likely Model 1861 or 1863.

For comparison: Springfield Model 1861 - .58 caliber Minie ball. Note curved hammer and conventional priming.
For comparison: Springfield Model 1863 - .58 caliber minie ball. Note straight hammer and screw-retained barrel bands.
The gun is seen partially. It has three barrel bands.
The barrel with the ramrod is seen.
The man with his gun is seen at the background center.
The musket is seen in center.

Shotguns

Colt Model 1878

Several double barreled shotguns are seen clear enough to be identified as Colt Model 1878. Such guns (or maybe a single gun reused) are seen in hands of Deputies Bob Olinger (Adam Baldwin) and James Bell (Joseph Santos), Billy "The Kid" (Dane DeHaan) and outlaw Tom Pickett (Clint Obenchain).

Colt Model 1878 reproduction - 12 Gauge
Tom Pickett holds his shotgun (at the left).
Another view of Pickett's shotgun. It can be identified as Colt 1878.
Bob Olinger guards arrested Billy.
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Olinger hands the shotgun to James Bell.
Billy gets two revolvers and a shotgun during the prison break.
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Billy holds the shotgun.

Coach Gun

Two more Coach Guns that are seen in various scenes differ from Colt M1878 as well as they differ from each other.

For reference: Stoeger imported Coach Western side by side shotgun with exposed hammers - 12 gauge. This is a modern version of classic Western coach gun.
A coach gun is seen in hands of Sheriff Romero's deputy at the far right.
The same character with the shotgun is seen at the left.
A coach gun (on the top) is seen on the wall in Sheriff Garrett's office.
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Another view of the same gun.

Double Barreled Shotgun

Double Barreled Shotguns with long barrels are used by outlaw Tom Pickett (Clint Obenchain) and an unnamed Sheriff Romero's deputy.

For reference: J. Stevens and Company Side by Side Shotgun (Circa 1878) exposed hammers and designed to fire Black Powder shotgun shells - 12 gauge
Tom Pickett's shotgun is seen in the corner. The barrels are longer than on a typical coach gun but not as long as on full-length hunting shotguns. In the next scene it switches to a much shorter Colt 1878.
A full-length shotgun in hands of a deputy.

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