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Young, Violent, Dangerous (Liberi armati pericolosi)
This article currently has one or more unidentified weapons.
Young, Violent, Dangerous (original title Liberi armati pericolosi ("Free, armed, dangerous")) is a 1976 Italian crime movie directed by Romolo Guerrieri. A company of three young men starts a havoc of armed robberies and senseless murders in Milan. Lea, Luis' girlfriend, tries to stop him from crimes but Luis is too heavily under the influence of Mario, the leader of the gang.
The following weapons were used in the film Young, Violent, Dangerous (Liberi armati pericolosi):
Mario's Unidentified revolver 1
In the opening scene Mario (Stefano Patrizi) is armed with an unknown revolver. Later it switches to another one.
Mario's Unidentified revolver 2
During the heist of the gas station Mario's (Stefano Patrizi) revolver switches to another one. Mario uses this revolver until the end of the movie. The shape of the frame, cylinder latch and front sight looks similar to Röhm Revolvers though the exact model is still unknown. Maybe the revolver is visually modified by dressing a shroud on barrel and ejector rod.
Mario's Unidentified revolver 3
During the bank robbery Mario (Stefano Patrizi) disarms a security guard and uses his revolver.
Mario's Unidentified revolver 4
While on Lucio's villa, Mario examines one of the revolvers of the firearms collection until Lucio orders him to put it back.
Joe's Unidentified revolver
In several scenes Joe (Benjamin Lev) is seen with a nickel plated long barrelled revolver
In several scenes various characters carry revolvers that are seen very briefly.
The police comissioneer (Tomas Milian) is briefly seen holding a pistol that appears to be a Beretta M1934.
In one scene Mario (Stefano Patrizi) gives a Beretta M1951 to Luis (Max Delys). Beretta M1951 pistols are also seen in hands of police detectives.
Customised FNA-B 43
During the supermarket heist Mario (Stefano Patrizi), Joe (Benjamin Lev) and three of their accomplices are armed with FNA-B 43 submachine guns with removed barrel shrouds and shortened barrels.
In several scenes carabiniers carry Beretta M12 SMGs.
An MP40 is seen in Lucio's (Diego Abatantuono) collection of firearms.
What appears to be the TZ-45 is seen in Lucio's (Diego Abatantuono) collection of firearms.
Unidentified SMG is seen in Lucio's (Diego Abatantuono) collection of firearms.
Carcano M91/38 Short Rifle
In one scene a forest ranger carries a Carcano M91/38 Short Rifle.
A Chauchat machine gun is seen in Lucio's (Diego Abatantuono) collection of firearms.
Numerous firearms are seen on Lucio's (Diego Abatantuono) villa.