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Theatrical Release Poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Directed by Arthur Marks
Release Date 1975
Studio American International Pictures
Distributor American International Pictures (AIP)
Main Cast
Character Actor
Duke Johnson Fred Williamson
Aretha Pam Grier
Roy Thalmus Rasulala
T. J. Tony King
Harley Bernie Hamilton
Clete Jim Bohan
Hambone Carl Weathers
Sam Morgan Upton
Merle Robert Burton
Josh Gene Simms

The following firearms were used in the film Bucktown:

Smith & Wesson Model 10

The Bucktown deputies, including Sam (Morgan Upton) and Clete (Jim Bohan), all carry Smith & Wesson Model 10 revolvers as their sidearms. Josh (Gene Simms) is seen with a Model 10 several times, but a continuity error switches it to a S&W Model 15 in one shot.

Smith & Wesson Model 10 Revolver - .38 Special
Sam holds his Model 10 on a hoodlum as Duke arrives off the train in Bucktown, MO.
Clete takes a Model 10 from his car.
Sam takes a woman hostage with his Model 10 during a poker game.
Sam fires at Duke and Roy before being gunned down by T.J.'s PPK.
Josh stands with his Model 10 drawn in Duke's front yard. In the next shot, he is seen holding a S&W Model 15 instead (continuity error).
Josh fires at Duke with his Model 10 inside the police station.

Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless

Chief Patterson (Art Lund) carries a nickel Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless with pearl grips in his holster but never draws it during the film.

Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless Pistol Nickel - .32 acp
Chief Patterson's Colt in his holster as he leads Duke into his office.

Smith & Wesson Model 19

Duke Johnson (Fred Williamson) strips a Smith & Wesson Model 19 from Deputy Merle (Robert Burton) during the fight inside his bar.

Smith & Wesson Model 19, 6 inch "patridge" front sight barrel - .357 Magnum.
Duke stands over Merle with his Model 19.

Colt Python Snub

Merle (Robert Burton) also carries a Colt Python with a 2 inch barrel, which is taken by T.J. (Tony King) later in the film. Roy (Thalmus Rasulala) carries one as his standard sidearm (most likely the same revolver).

Colt Python, .357 Magnum with 2.5 in barrel
Roy sneaks into Clete's girlfriend's apartment.
Roy holds Clete's girlfriend (Jody Maxwell) with his Python Snub.
Merle's Python sits on his nightstand.
T.J. fires Merle's Python.
Roy draws his Python.
Roy with his Python inside Patterson's bedroom.

double barreled shotgun

During the attack on Duke's house, Merle (Robert Burton) carries a double-barreled shotgun. Roy (Thalmus Rasulala) and some of his men, including Josh (Gene Simms) and Hambone (Carl Weathers), also carry shotguns, with Roy using chrome-barreled shotgun during his final confrontation against Duke.

Merle aims his shotgun at Duke's house.
Merle gives another deputy a "thumb's up" while shooting up Duke's house.
Josh walks through a deputy's house with his shotgun.
Hambone walks through Duke's bar with a shotgun over his shoulder.
Josh and Hambone prepare to burn the bar down.
Roy holds his shotgun on Duke.
Roy with his shotgun upstairs in the police station.

Winchester Model 1897

Some of the deputies, including Clete (Jim Bohan) and Sam (Morgan Upton) fire Winchester Model 1897 shotguns at Duke's house. Hambone (Carl Weathers) also uses one to shoot up a deputy's car and while facing off against Duke towards the end.

Winchester Model 1897 Riot Gun - 12 gauge. This is an imported copy of the non-takedown 1897 shotgun, which is the version seen in the film.
A deputy fires his Winchester '97 at Duke's house.
Clete chambers his shotgun.
Clete holds the shotgun.
Another deputy fires at the house.
The deputy ejects a shell from the Winchester while firing at Duke's house.
Hambone fires a Model 1897 at a deputy's car, blowing it up.
Hambone is shot in the back while running up the stairs with his Winchester shotgun.

unidentified shotguns

Several other pump shotguns are visible inside the police station.

The bagman (Bruce Watson) next to a shotgun inside the station.
A rack of police shotguns behind Aretha (Pam Grier) as she talks to T.J.

Star Model B

Duke Johnson (Fred Williamson) carries a nickel Star Model B with wooden grips as his sidearm.

Star Model B with a custom bright nickel plated finish and pearl grips - 9mm. This is a screen used Star Model B from the film Pulp Fiction carried by Samuel L. Jackson.
Duke with his Star Model B while confronting Sam at the poker game.
Duke's Star Model B before he wakes up Chief Patterson.
Chief Patterson (Art Lund) wakes up, confronted by Duke's Model B and Roy's Python.
Duke with his Star Model B while Roy's gang decides what to do with Patterson.
Duke pulls his Star Model B from his drawer.

Walther PPK

T.J. (Tony King) carries a Walther PPK as his sidearm.

Walther PPK - 9mm Kurz aka 9x17mm (.380 ACP)
T.J. aims at Sam.
T.J. pretends to blow smoke away from the barrel.
T.J. threatens Chief Patterson.
T.J. holds his PPK on Aretha (Pam Grier).

Smith & Wesson Model 15

In a continuity error, Josh's (Gene Simms) Model 10 briefly switches to a Smith & Wesson Model 15 (distinguished by the front sight) while in front of Duke's house.

Smith & Wesson Model 15 .38 Special
Josh puts his S&W Model 15 in his waistband.


After stealing the U.S. Army tank, Duke Johnson (Fred Williamson) also takes an M16, which he never uses but hands off to Harley (Bernie Hamilton) when he runs off to confront Roy.

M16 aka SP1 (flat "slab side receiver") with an A1 "birdcage" Flash hider, used to imitate the M16A1 in many Vietnam era movies. This version has a 20 round magazine - 5.56x45mm
Duke climbs out of the tank with his M16 and Star Model B.
Duke hands the M16 to Harley.

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