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A Man Called Magnum (Napoli si ribella)
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A Man Called Magnum (original title Napoli si ribella, "Naples rebels") is a 1977 Italian crime movie directed by Michele Massimo Tarantini. Commissioner Dario Mauri (Luc Merenda) investigates the activities of the drug ring lead by Don Domenico Laurenzi (Claudio Gora).
The following weapons were used in the film A Man Called Magnum (Napoli si ribella):
Commissioner Dario Mauri's (Luc Merenda) personal firearm is a revolver that appears to be a Llama Comanche. In the final scene Mauri's revolver is briefly used by Sgt. Nicola Capece (Enzo Cannavale).
Riva Esterina Dobermann
In one scene Bonino's henchman fires a snub nose revolver. Due to the high profile of the front sight it appears to be a Riva Esterina Dobermann.
Beretta Model 70
Police Sgt. Nicola Capece (Enzo Cannavale) carries a Beretta Model 70 pistol. Beretta Model 70s are also seen in hands of Commissioner Mauri (Luc Merenda), Don Domenico Laurenzi (Claudio Gora) and some other characters.
In one scene Commissioner Mauri (Luc Merenda) is seen with a Beretta M1951. Beretta M1951s are also used by criminals.
A Walther P38 pistol is used by the hitman "Dogheart" (Adolfo Lastretti). Sometimes it is fitted with sound suppressor.
In the opening scene a drug smuggler carries a pistol, tucked at his belt.
Beretta M12 SMGs are seen in hands of various criminals.
Bolt Action Rifle
In the final scene several police detectives are seen with bolt action rifles. They are supposed to be sporterized Mausers.