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Smith & Wesson 639
Though everyone is given a Smith & Wesson Model 659 for the robbery, Mr. White (Harvey Keitel) is seen using a Smith & Wesson 639 with Pachmayr grips. Being a professional thief, this is most likely White's personal gun, and not a continuity error in the film. During the getaway, he is seen dual wielding his personal Smith & Wesson 639 with his issued Smith & Wesson 659, further strengthening this theory. In the special edition DVD, a deleted scene can be found which briefly shows Mr White's/Larry Dimmick's police record. This informs us that his weapon of choice is a Smith and Wesson 9mm, even further strengthening the personal 639 theory.

Smith & Wesson Model 639 with Pachmayr grips - 9x19mm. This is the Screen used 639 carried and fired by Harvey Keitel in the film.


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Mr. White 'Mexican carries' his Smith & Wesson 639. Note the lack of ambidextrous safety, black, rounded backstrap, and Pachmayr grips.



Mr. Pink and Mr. White have a standoff as Mr. Pink lays on the ground. Mr. Pink draws his issued Smith & Wesson Model 659 while Mr. White draws his personal Smith & Wesson 639.



Mr. White (Harvey Keitel) dual-wields both his personal Smith & Wesson 639 with his issued Smith & Wesson 659 when firing at the police.



"Goddamn you, Joe. Don't make me do this." Mr. White holds his Smith & Wesson 639 on Joe.



Mr. White brandishing his Smith & Wesson 639 in the Mexican standoff with Joe and Eddie at the end. Eddie has his Smith & Wesson Model 66 Snub Nose aimed at Mr. White, prepared to kill him.
 

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Smith & Wesson 6906


When Mr. White hits Mr. Pink, you can briefly see his gun holstered, though it has changed to a Smith & Wesson 6906.

Smith & Wesson 6906 - 9x19mm



Mr Pink gets knocked down by Mr. White, revealing his holstered Smith & Wesson 6906 with a silver magazine baseplate.
 

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And the Oddballs:

Beretta 950 Jetfire
Mr. Orange (Tim Roth) packs two handguns while getting ready to meet Nice Guy Eddie (Chris Penn), Mr. White and Mr. Pink for a meeting with Joe Cabot (Lawrence Tierney). The automatic he holsters at his ankle is a Beretta 950 Jetfire in .25 ACP.

Beretta 950 Jetfire - .25 ACP‎



Mr. Orange loads his Beretta 950 Jetfire.



Mr. Orange checks the chamber of his Beretta 950 Jetfire.



Mr. Orange decocks the Beretta 950 Jetfire before securing it in an ankle holster.


Charter Arms Off DutyMr. Orange's (Tim Roth) second gun is a Charter Arms Off Duty with Pachmayr grips. He checks to make sure the cylinder is loaded, swings the cylinder back in, and then places it in his coat pocket. Mr. Orange is also seen with this gun in a paddle holster in an earlier scene, so it is safe to assume that this is his police issued sidearm.

Charter Arms Off Duty with Pachmayr Grips - .38 Special



Mr. Orange goes to load his Beretta Jetfire, next to his Charter Arms Off Duty revolver.



Mr. Orange checks the cylinder of his Charter Arms Off Duty.
 

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In taking Pelham 123, the cop gives Denzel Washington a SS PPK, but in the end when he catches up with Travolta its a S&W compac, not sure what Model.
 

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OK...First the Colts:

Colt M1911A1


During the film's final chase sequence, the War Boy Slit (Josh Helman) is armed with a Colt M1911A1, which he fires at Max and the War Rig.

Colt M1911A1 (.45 ACP)

Colt Anaconda

Immortan Joe (Hugh Keays-Byrne) keeps a Colt Anaconda as one of his personal sidearms, and brandishes it during the first and last chase scenes.

Colt Anaconda with 6" barrel (.44 Magnum)



Joe with his Anaconda after the Splendid Angharad (Rosie Huntington-Whiteley) uses herself as a human shield to protect Imperator Furiosa (Charlize Theron).



A promotional image of Joe with his Anaconda.


Colt Single Action Army

The Bullet Farmer (Richard Carter) is shown to keep a pair a Colt Single Action Army revolvers in holsters strapped to his upper arms. Whilst searching for the War Rig in the Green Place, he fires two long-barreled "Buntline Special" models fitted with adjustable rear sights before switching to an IMI Uzi. The People Eater's (John Howard) custom limousine rig incorporates the grip and frame of a stainless steel Single Action Army into its gear lever.


Colt Single Action Army (.45 LC)
 

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...now the Tupperware:

Glock 17A 2nd Generation


Glock 17 is featured as the most prominent weapon in the War Rig's extensive arsenal. The pistol is seen in the hands of Max (Tom Hardy), Furiosa (Charlize Theron), and one of Immortan Joe's wives, Toast the Knowing (Zoë Kravitz). Shortly after the brutal fight between Max and Furiosa, the Glock is briefly portrayed as a 3rd Generation model, implying that two distinct, non-identical props were used for the film.

Glock 17 (2nd Generation; 9x19mm)



The Glock 17 revealed after Furiosa smashes the ornamental skulls concealing it along the War Rig's trailer.



During the struggle for control of the Glock, the pistol's magazine is accidentally ejected and lands right in front of Nux, who then desperately attempts to reach for it.



After the magazine gets ejected during Max' and Furiosa's fight, Furiosa attempts to shoot Max in the head with the Glock only for the Glock's chambered round to temporarily disorientate Max and ricochet off the trailer.



Max points the Glock 17 at the Five Wives as he struggles to remove his muzzle with a chisel.



Max hiding in the War Rig with the Glock 17 in his right hand.



Max firing the Glock 17 at one of the pursuing Rock Riders.



Toast the Knowing (Zoë Kravitz) handles the Glock 17.



Glock 17 (3rd Generation; 9x19mm)



Max manages to load the Glock 17 again, fires several rounds into the sand, and threatens Furiosa with the Glock. Note that the Glock 17 here is the 3rd Generation model even though it was the 2nd Generation Model earlier in the screenshot above. This is a continuity error as the Glock then switches back to the 2nd Generation model once Max gets aboard the War Rig.
 

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Now...Browning...Luger...Mauser:

Browning Hi-Power


Max Rockatansky (Tom Hardy) obtains a Browning Hi-Power after killing the Bullet Farmer (Richard Carter) and his men in the Green Place, keeping it as his personal sidearm for the remainder of the film. He later uses it to shoot at Slit (Josh Helman) at the start of the final chase.

Browning Hi-Power (9x19mm)



Max (Tom Hardy) fires off his Browning Hi-Power during the final chase.



"That's MINE!"
Max with his Hi-Power, firing at the War Boys driving his confiscated V8 Interceptor.



Max ejects the empty mag from his Hi-Power, but is forced to drop the gun after realizing he has no reloads.

Browning M2HB
Browning M2HBs decorated with chrome plating are seen mounted on several of the War Boys' vehicles.

Browning M2HB on vehicle mount (.50 BMG)



While the Way Boys perform the "V8" salute during Immortan Joe's speech at the Citadel, a Browning M2HB can be seen mounted on the vehicle to the right.



While riding aboard a pursuit vehicle, a War Boy sits near a heavily rusted M2HB during Furiosa's "detour" through the desert.



Several pursuit vehicles manned by the War Boys have mounted M2HBs during the chase scene with the Buzzards. In the foreground is the Doof Warrior (a blind flame-throwing guitarist), who is portrayed by Australian musician and actor iOTA.





Luger P08

Another weapon included in the War Rig's arsenal is a Luger P08, which Max confiscates and uses against the Rock Riders and one of Immortan Joe's Imperators during the last leg of the initial chase. It is also fired by one of the Vuvalini (played by Joy Smithers) at the People Eater's limousine during the final chase scene.

Luger P08 (9x19mm)



A Luger P08 can be seen inside a weapon holster to Furiosa's left.



Max orders one of the Five Wives to hand over the Luger P08, which he then confiscates.



Max (Tom Hardy) takes aim with the Luger pistol while behind him Furiosa (Charlize Theron) takes aim with the SKS rifle.



Max shoots out a window of the War Rig to clear Furiosa's shot with her flare pistol.



A production image of the above scene.


Mauser C96

Another weapon Max confiscates while on the War Rig is a Mauser C96. The People Eater (John Howard) also carries a C96 as his personal weapon, which he attempts to use on Max during the final chase.

Mauser C96 Broomhandle (7.63x25mm)



A Mauser C-96 Broomhandle can be seen inside the leather bag



The People Eather (John Howard) attempts to pull his own Mauser C-96 on Max (Tom Hardy).



Max disarms The People Eater and takes possession of the Mauser Broomhandle.
 

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and Ruger...

Ruger Vaquero
Both Immortan Joe and his eldest son, Rictus Erectus (Nathan Jones), carry Ruger Vaqueros with stainless steel bodies and ivory grips as personal sidearms. Nux (Nicholas Hoult) is given Joe's Vaquero when the latter orders him to kill Furiosa and stop the War Rig during the last leg of the initial chase, but drops it after tripping and nearly falling from its trailer less than a minute later.

Ruger Vaquero (.45 LC)



Rictus' (Nathan Jones) Stainless Steel Ruger Vaquero with ivory grips can be seen holstered on his leg.



Immortan Joe (Hugh Keays-Byrne) hands Nux (Nicholas Hoult) his Vaquero, pulled from a waist holster next to his Colt Anaconda.
 

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And...S&W:

Smith & Wesson Model 30
Max also confiscates what appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 30 after deciding to ride with Furiosa and the wives on the War Rig. He later uses it to shoot and kill the Rock Rider Chief (Stephen Dunlevy) towards the climax of the film's first chase.

Smith & Wesson Model 30 (.32 S&W)



The Model 30 can be seen inside the leather bag underneath the C-96.



Max (Tom Hardy) prepares to fire the Model 30.
 

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I watch "The Wild Bunch" at least twice a year there is no Gatling gun in it, water cooled browning machine gun. I biggest beef is the '03 rifles are ww2 03a3s, Pike wears a ww2 shoulder holster. I read somewhere they had to use Star 9mms because of blank issues. Crazy Lee uses a model 12. I can recite most of the lines from the movie, and use them in everyday conversation if I can. like, "why the hell don't you go to hell"
My favorite line of all times from "The Wild Bunch"?

"WHY NOT?" (Warren Oates); makes a great motto for life; can get you in trouble, too, though...

But, to add something else: (I think I've posted this in some movie-related thread here before.)

"Pale Rider". Clint Eastwood reloading a Remington by actually switching out the cylinder for spare.
 

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MAD MAX FURY ROAD (CONTINUED )

Russian weapons:

Izhmash AKM
After using up the ammo for his MP5-PDWs in his blind shooting spree, the Bullet Farmer switches to a pair of mounted Izhmash AKMs (according to the graphic novel prequel, the Farmer's previous name was "Major Kalashnikov").

Izhmash AKM (7.62x39mm).



The Bullet Farmer (Richard Carter) dual wields his AKMs after his PDWs run dry.


SKS

An SKS rifle is another weapon on the War Rig. It lacks both a bayonet and cleaning rod, and features a pair of Weaver rails for mounting a scope as well as a wooded grip extension affixed to its forend, presumably to give Furiosa (Charlize Theron) a better grip on it with her mechanical left arm. She uses it during the last leg of the first chase, gunning down several Rock Riders and one of Immortan Joe's Imperators. Afterwards, she attaches a long-range scope to the SKS and uses it as a sniping weapon, first to kill two pursuing Imperators and later to shoot out the Bullet Farmer's spotlight in the Green Place after Max fails to do so, blinding the Farmer in the process. Toast the Knowing (Zoe Kravitz) is seen handling the SKS as well, once to reload it during the first chase and again when sorting the War Rig's available weapons and ammunition.

SKS (7.62x39mm).



As Max (Tom Hardy) piles the guns confiscated from the War Rig's arsenal into a bag, which contains the telescopic sight later mounted on the SKS.



The SKS canbe seen among the weapons confiscated by Max.



Max loading the SKS with one hand before passing it up to Furiosa.



Furiosa (Charlize Theron) with the SKS before taking aim at an airborne Rock Rider. Note the lack of both a bayonet and a cleaning rod.



Max aims the rifle, now fitted with the telescopic sight, at the Bullet Farmer's spotlight.



"Don't breathe."
Furiosa takes aim at the spotlight, using Max's shoulder to steady her shot, all the while having little regard for the latter's eardrums (Max does react a little to the shot afterwards).
 

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The Movie "Angel"

I like this movie where an old former movie cowboy comes in at the end to face the antagonist who thinks he has the blanks he normally performs with in his SAAs. Big mistake. Angel starred Rory Calhoun (who seems to have had an endless supply of movie guns).
 

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"Hickey & Boggs" (1972)

... Cosby carries an OP with the 6" heavy barrel.






Is that barrel really only six inches long? Looks like 7-1/2 to me. When I saw the movie I thought it was a New Service in some .44 or .45 caliber.

There's a scene in the movie where Cosby and Culp are arming up before going into an uncertain situation, and Cosby's Colt is prominently displayed when he takes it out of desk drawer or filing cabinet. There's another good view during the Coliseum shootout. Like an idiot I didn't do a screen capture when I had the disk out from Netflix. Does anybody know?

ADDED LATER: Well, maybe not a .45. I found some clips on YouTube that show the gun has a beveled front sight, and a couple of images that indicate the chambers are less than .45 in diameter. That barrel still looks long to me, though. There are also a couple of additional photos on IMFDB that bear on the question.
 

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Robert Culp also used a 1902 Colt in an I Spy episode involving a little girl genius instead on his usual snubbed P38.
Kind of makes you wonder if the guns might have been from his own collection. Seems funny that a 1902 Colt Sporting would show up with him in two different shows. Kind of a strange gun even back then.
 

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I don't think this one has been brought up yet. I was watching The Silence of the Lambs last night, and not paying too much attention to the various firearms used, until the scenes near the end between Clarice and Buffalo Bill. Buffalo Bill uses 6" Python, (I think Stainless), and Clarice has a 4" S&W, probably a Model 13. I also noted a Browning Hi-Power earlier in the film, in the scene in the elevator while Dr. Lecter is escaping the hospital.

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