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Army of Darkness
Army of Darkness is the 1992 sequel to The Evil Dead and Evil Dead II. The film picks up from the end of Evil Dead II, as Ash (again portrayed by Bruce Campbell) finds himself transported to the Middle Ages and searches for a way to return to his own time. Sam Raimi returned as director and this was the first of the series distributed by a major film studio (Universal Pictures) and the decision was made to not use the title Evil Dead III, but rather to have the film stand on its own. Before its original North American theatrical release, the decision was made to change the film's original filmed ending with the one that takes place in the S-Mart (the original ending can be seen in the "Director's Cut" of the film). After two decades of rumors of continuing the franchise, a remake produced by both Raimi and Campbell was released in 2013. In 2015, Bruce Campbell returned to star as Ash in the Starz television series sequel Ash vs Evil Dead.
The following weapons were used in the film Army of Darkness:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Stoeger Coach Gun
Ash (Bruce Campbell) wields what appears to be a 12 gauge Stoeger Coach Gun that he refers to as his "Boomstick". He identifies it as a Remington, but it is not.
Ash displays his gun to a group of "primitive screwheads" in his famous "This is my Boomstick" scene. He fights the "She-Bitch" (Patricia Tallman) soon afterward, has it fired at him by miniature doppelgangers, shoots Evil Ash in the face with it, and uses it once during the final battle. Near the end of the film Ash is seen with the boomstick holstered when he rides off on his horse. Despite only holding two shells, Ash fires this weapon a total of 3 times without reloading during the "This is my Boomstick" scene. He also fires it 4 times without reloading during the "She-Bitch" fight scene. (Every time he fires both shells the shot changes to something else and some soft clicking is heard. Apparently he's a very fast reloader, especially for a guy with only one hand.)
Winchester Model 1300
A Winchester Model 1300 shotgun is briefly seen on a gun case inside the Sporting Goods Department of S-Mart.
Over and Under Shotgun (O/U)
An Over and Under Shotgun is seen in a gun case inside the Sporting Goods Department.
Winchester Model 1892
In the theatrical version of the film's ending, Ash is seen wielding a Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine with a "Trapper" loop handle when a Deadite appears and begins tearing up the S-Mart in the present day. Despite the fact that most lever-actions hold nine to 13 rounds, Ash fires 37 shots in quick succession without reloading. A possible explanation to this is since he has a mechanical hand he can load and fire at the same time, and rather quickly.
Inside the Sporting Goods Department in a gun case along with Shotguns and lever action rifles, a bolt action rifle is seen. It appears to be a Parker-Hale M-85 sniper rifle with a straight bolt.
Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy"
A Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy" is also seen in the sporting goods department of S-Mart.
Single Action Army
In S-Mart's gun section. Multiple long arms and revolvers can be seen. The only revolver that is seen clearly appears to be a Single Action Army or more likely a reproduction version.