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Mechanic, The (1972)
The Mechanic is a 1972 thriller starring Charles Bronson as Arthur Bishop, a professional assassin who takes under his wing Steve (Jan-Michael Vincent), the young son of one of the heads of the organization he works for. A feature film remake starring Jason Statham was released in 2011.
The following weapons were used in the film The Mechanic:
Arthur Bishop (Charles Bronson) is seen pulling a Walther PPK during the assassination job at the mansion.
Bishop also is seen pulling a Walther PPK/S during the same job.
Steve (Jan-Michael Vincent) is armed with a Colt Python during the mansion job.
Bishop is seen using a suppressed Colt "Pre-Woodsman" when confronting Big Harry (Keenan Wynn).
Smith & Wesson Model 10
One of the guards at the mansion pulls a Smith & Wesson Model 10 revolver when answering the door.
One of the men who engage Bishop and Steve on the mountain road uses a Luger P08.
After his shotgun runs out, Steve (Jan-Michael Vincent) pulls a Unique BCF-66 during the mountain road shootout. Arthur Bishop (Charles Bronson) also uses one as a backup.
Both Bishop and Steve are seen using Browning Auto-5 shotguns when skeet-shooting.
Winchester Model 1200
Bishop and Steve use sawed-off Winchester Model 1200 shotguns for their boat assassination job. They later use them during the mountaintop shootout.
M3 Grease Gun
M3 Grease Guns are seen held by the backup who goes to check on the yacht.
One of the men who engage Bishop and Steve on the mountain road uses a Beretta M12.
In the opening assassination job, Bishop uses a scoped air rifle to shoot the explosive hidden in a book on the victim's book shelf.