Scotland, Pa. is a 2001 black comedy written and directed by Billy Morrissette, adapting Shakespeare's play Macbeth for a more modern setting, with Lord and Lady Macbeth replaced by diner cooks Joe (James LeGros) and Pat McBeth (Maura Tierney) who plan to gain control of the diner they work in by murdering their boss. The setting is shifted to the small town of Scotland, Pennsylvania in 1975.
The following firearms were used in the film Scotland, Pa.:
Joe "Mac" McBeth (James LeGros) keeps a Savage 99 above his fireplace, carrying it with a scope when he goes hunting.
The Savage hangs above Mac's fireplace.
Mac works the lever on his Savage rifle.
Mac aims the Savage rifle.
Winchester Model 1894
One of Mac's friends, Jimmy McMann (David Wike) carries a Winchester Model 1894 during the hunting trip.
Winchester 1894 - .30-30.
Jimmy chugs a Pabst Blue Ribbon with a Winchester in the other hand.
Jimmy holds his Winchester in the air.
Winchester Model 70
Anthony "Banko" Banconi (Kevin Corrigan) carries a Winchester Model 70 during the hunting trip.
Pre-1964 Winchester Model 70 - .30-06
Banko carries the PBRs and a Winchester before heading into Birnam Woods to go hunting.
Andy the Homeless Guy (Glenn Wadman) keeps a Double Barreled Shotgun, which Mac uses in some of his murders.
Modern Baikal Commercial hammerless side by side shotgun - 12 Gauge. Baikal is a Russian manufacturer and a version of this budget shotgun is known as the Remington Spartan.
Andy greets Mac at Joey McLeary's garage.
A policeman holds Andy's shotgun as he walks out of the garage.
Ed (John Cariani), one of the only deputies in Scotland, PA, carries a Colt Python which Mac (James LeGros) later uses.
with 4" Barrel and factory wood grips - .357 Magnum
Ed's Python sits on the table as he talks to Mac.
Mac holds Ed's Python on Ed.
Smith & Wesson Model 36
Lt. Ernie McDuff (Christopher Walken) carries a snubnose revolver that appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 36. Mac (James LeGros) gets his hands on it during the finale.
Smith and Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special
McDuff's revolver is knocked from his hand.
Single Action Army
During the opening credits, scenes from a 1972 episode of McCloud are shown, with Sam McCloud (Dennis Weaver) chasing a thug with his Single Action Army. The episode in question is called "The Park Avenue Rustlers".
Colt Single Action Army w/ 4.75" barrel, case colored and blued, referred to as "Quick-Draw" or "Civilian" model.
McCloud fires at a door lock.
unidentified snubnose revolver
A thug in the episode (Phil Sandler, played by Roddy McDowall) of McCloud carries a snubnose revolver.
The thug aims at McCloud.