Let the Bullets Fly
Let the Bullets Fly is a 2010 Chinese dark comedy/action film co-written and directed by Wen Jiang, who also stars as the main character, with Chow Yun-Fat and You Ge. For a time, it was the highest grossing domestic film in Chinese history before being overtaken in 2012. A sequel is in the works for release in the near future.
In the Warlord Era of 1920s China, bandit leader "Pocky" Zhang assumes the identity of a county governor and takes over running Goose Town. Originally planning to plunder the town of its wealth, he soon finds himself in conflict with a tyrannical crime boss that lords over the region.
The following weapons were used in the film Let the Bullets Fly:
The Mauser C96 is the most common handgun in the film, seen in the hands of almost all the major characters. It is the principle weapon of Pocky Zhang's (Wen Jiang) team, Two (Bing Shao), Three (Fan Liao), Four (John Do), Five (Li Jing), Six (Mo Zhang), and Seven (Xiao Wei) (One is Pocky himself). These pistols may be intended to be the German original, or the Chinese-made Hanyang C96 copy.
Pocky Zhang prefers the M1911A1 for his personal sidearm. Note the parkerised finish and markings, showing it's a U.S. Army standard-issue M1911A1.
Smith & Wesson M&P Revolver
Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk. III
Pocky Zhang and his gang use Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III rifles at various points in the film.
Hanyang 88 Carbine
Pocky uses a Hanyang 88 Carbine in one scene. It is a back-up for his SMLE prop-wise, as they are meant to be the same rifle.
Arisaka Type 38 Carbine
Mosin Nagant M91/30
One of the fake bandits is seen firing a Springfield M1903A1 rifle.
One of the fake bandits is seen with an unknown Mauser rifle. There isn't enough detail to make a proper ID.
Ma Bangde's (You Ge) bodyguards are armed with Jingals, a common Chinese type of large matchlock gun.
A number of fake prop guns are seen throughout the film.