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Night at the Museum
Night at the Museum is the 2006 fantasy film directed by Shawn Levy and stars Ben Stiller as Larry Daley, a divorced father who takes a job as night security guard at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. During one night, he slowly discovers that something has caused the museum exhibits to come to life. Night at the Museum was based on the 1993 children's book of the same name and the cast features Robin Williams and Owen Wilson. The film also would be followed by two sequels: 2009's Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian and 2014's Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb.
The following weapons were used in the film Night at the Museum:
Smith & Wesson Schofield Model 3
Jedediah (Owen Wilson) carries a pair of Smith & Wesson Schofield Model 3 revolvers, which he tries to use to shoot Larry Daley (Ben Stiller), but is sad to find they don't work due to the fact he is a come-to-life miniature, and ammunition was never a part of the guns.
Colt 1860 Army
Teddy Roosevelt (Robin Williams) has a holster on his hip which indicates he carries a Colt 1860 Army revolver, even though he wears a Spanish-American conflict uniform, which means he would carry a Colt Single Action Army revolver.
Teddy Roosevelt (Robin Williams) is seen armed with a Winchester 1894 when he first briefs Larry Daley (Ben Stiller) on the museum at night. This gun seems like a strange choice for him to carry on the display, since Teddy Roosevelt was known to have carried two different Winchester rifles for hunting (the Winchester 1876 and the Winchester 1895 "Big Medicine" rifles), and never carried the Winchester 1894. His uniform indicates he is displaying Teddy during the Spanish-American conflict, so he would likely be carrying the Winchester 1895.
Enfield Pattern 1853
The Union and Confederate soldiers who battle during the night in the museum fire at each other with what appear to be Enfield Pattern 1853 rifles. It seems strange that no one can hear the rifles fire at night, since many residential areas surround the Museum of Natural History.