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The Stone Killer

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The Stone Killer
The Stone Killer Poster.jpg
Cinema Poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Directed by Michael Winner
Release Date 1973
Language English
Studio De Laurentiis International Manufacturing

Company S.p.A

Distributor Columbia Pictures
Main Cast
Character Actor
Lou Torrey Charles Bronson
Al Vescari Martin Balsam
Lawrence Stuart Margolin
Det. Mathews Ralph Waite
mob soldier Ernie Orsatti

The Stone Killer is a 1973 action movie by Michael Winner starring Charles Bronson as LAPD detective Lou Torrey.

The following weapons are seen in the movie The Stone Killer:


Smith & Wesson Model 10

Lou Torrey (Charles Bronson) carries a 4" Smith & Wesson Model 10 as his main sidearm. Several other characters also are seen with this revolvers, including police officers and mafia hitmen.

Smith & Wesson Model M&P Revolver - .38 Special.
Lou Torrey (Charles Bronson) with his revolver.
Another view on Lou Torrey.
Police officer with S&W Model 10.
A shot hitman with S&W Model 10.

Colt Detective Special

Several characters are seen using the Colt Detective Special.

Colt Detective Special 1st Gen - .38 Special.
LAPD Detective Mathews (Ralph Waite), Lou Torrey's partner, with his revolver.
Detective Mathews with his revolver during the police raid.
NYPD Detective with his revolver.

Smith & Wesson Model 30

Gus Lipper (David Moody) uses a Smith & Wesson Model 30 during the prison break.

Smith & Wesson Model 30 - .32 S&W Long. This is the actual screen used Model 30 carried and used by Ringo (Tim Roth) in the film Pulp Fiction.
Gus Lipper (David Moody) aims his revolver at the police officer.
Gus Lipper with his Model 30 while he ejects the rounds from a police officer's Smith & Wesson Model 20.

Smith & Wesson Model 20

During the prison break Gus Lipper (David Moody) takes a Smith & Wesson Model 20 from Officer Hart (John Ritter).

Smith & Wesson Model 20 - .38/44.
Gus Lipper (David Moody) takes Hart's Smith & Wesson Model 20 at gunpoint.
Gus Lipper unloads the Model 20 taken from Officer Hart.

Unidentified revolvers

Several more unidentified revolvers are seen in hands of LAPD police officers.

Stone Killer-Revolver-7.jpg
Officer Hart (John Ritter) holds an unknown revolver.

Remington 1875 ?

A Western-style revolver is seen on the wall in LAPD office. It looks similar to Remington 1875.

Remington 1875 - .45 Long Colt.
Stone Killer-Revolver-9.jpg

Submachine guns

Smith & Wesson 76

Lawrence (Stuart Margolin), Graham (Hunter von Leer) and several other mafia hitmen use Smith & Wesson 76 submachine guns in several scenes.

Smith & Wesson M76 - 9x19mm.
Graham (Hunter von Leer) fires his S&W 76.
Lawrence (Stuart Margolin) and his men fire their S&W 76s in the final scene.
The same scene.


Winchester Model 1912

Many LAPD and NYPD detectives, including Lou Torrey (Charles Bronson), police officers and mafia hitmen are seen with Winchester Model 1912 shotgun in many scenes.

Winchester Model 1912 Riot Gun - 12 Gauge.
Lou Torrey (Charles Bronson) with his shotgun at the shooting range.
NYPD officer with the shotgun in the opening scene.
Mafia hitman fires his shotgun.
Same scene, a close view.
NYPD officer with his shotgun in the final scene.
NYPD detective with his shotgun in the final scene.

Double barrelled shotgun

Mafia hitman used a sawn-off double barrelled side by side shotgun to kill a witness in New York airport.

Stone Killer-Shotgun-1.jpg


Bolt-action rifles

Several LAPD police officers and mafia hitmen are seen with bolt-action rifles. They are mostly seen too briefly and too far to be identified.

Mafia hitman with a bolt-action rifle.

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