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Stagecoach (1939)

Stagecoach is the classic 1939 Western directed by John Ford that provided the breakthrough role for John Wayne. In the film, Wayne appeared as the "Ringo Kid", who joins a group traveling in a stagecoach as they must pass through dangerous Apache territory.

The following weapons were used in the film Stagecoach:

Single Action Army

The Single Action Army revolver is used by several characters in the film including Doc Boone (Thomas Mitchell) and Hatfield (John Carradine) .

Colt Single Action Army 4 3/4" barrel "Quick Draw" model - .45 Long Colt.
Hatfield (John Carradine) uses the SAA in the stagecoach.
Doc Boone (Thomas Mitchell) defends the stagecoach with the SAA.

Winchester 1892 "Saddle Ring Carbine" - Trapper Model

Henry "The Ringo Kid" (John Wayne) uses a Winchester 1892 "Saddle Ring Carbine" with a large lever loop. It is the shorter "Trapper" model that was often the weapon of choice for the actor throughout many of his films.

The Winchester 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine with large lever loop used by John Wayne in the film True Grit, similar to the one he used in Rio Bravo. Serial #501892. Pictured with .44-40 shells. (Source: Photocopied from book "The Peacemakers: Arms and Adventure in the American West" written by R.L. Wilson.)
Henry "The Ringo Kid" (John Wayne) holds a Winchester 1892 "Saddle Ring Carbine" with a large lever loop. The large lever loop allows for one-handed reloading that the actor would make famous in numerous Westerns.
Ringo aims the Winchester.
Ringo opens fire with the Winchester.

Winchester Model 1892

The Winchester Model 1892 rifle is seen in a rack of rifles in the office as well as used by Luke Plummer in the final shootout with Ringo.

Winchester Model 1892 carbine
Rifles in the rack in the sheriff's office.
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12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun

Marshal Curly Wilcox (George Bancroft) carries the Coach Shotgun while riding in front with the stage driver Buck.

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Marlin 1875 Pocket Revolver

When all hope appears lost, Hatfield is seen pulling what appears to be a Marlin 1875 No. 32 Pocket Revolver so Lucy Mallory will not have to suffer.

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Springfield 1873 "Trapdoor" Carbine

The Apache Indians who attack the stagecoach are armed with the Springfield 1873 "Trapdoor" Carbine.

Replica Springfield Model 1873 Cavalry Carbine "Trapdoor Springfield" built by Uberti Arms - .45-70
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