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A Special Cop in Action (Italia a mano armata)
A Special Cop in Action (original title Italia a mano armata ("Italy armed")) is a 1976 Italian crime movie, directed by Marino Girolami (credited as Franco Martinelli). This is the third and final chapter in the trilogy about Commissioner Betti (Maurizio Merli), after Violent City (1975) and Violent Naples (1976). In this movie Betti wages war against the crime syndicate in Turin, Milan and Genoa.
The following weapons were used in the film A Special Cop in Action (Italia a mano armata):
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Smith & Wesson Military & Police
During the bank heist in Turin the second robber (uncredited) is armed with a Smith & Wesson Military & Police revolver.
Smith & Wesson Model 10 Snub Nose
What appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 10 Snub Nose revolver is used by criminal Attardi (Dino Mattielli) during rhe shootout in Genoa port.
In one scene an undercover cop Massimo Fabbri (Massimo Vanni) draws a compact revolver when he is uncovered.
During the chase on rooftops Rocchi (Carlo Valli) fires a snub nose revolver at pursuing Betti. Possibly this is the same Smith & Wesson Model 10 Snub Nose that is later reused as Attardi's handgun.
A Beretta M1951 is Commissioner Betti's (Maurizio Merli) sidearm. A Beretta M1951 is also seen in hands of criminal Bertoli (Franco Borelli) during the shootout in Genoa port.
Beretta M1934 pistols are service sidearms of police officers.
In the scene in nautical club crime boss Jean Albertelli (John Saxon) hands an M1911A1 pistol to his henchman and formal owner of the club Lazzari (Adolfo Lastretti).
The third bank robber (uncredited) uses a Walther P38 during the bank heist in Turin. A P38 is briefly seen in hands of Luzzi (Daniele Dublino), a member of kidnappers gang.
One of the trio of bank robbers holds what appears to be a Browning Hi-Power during the heist in Milan. A Hi-Power is used by drug trafficer Forestier (Stelio Candelli) during the shootout in Genoa port.
During the shootout in Genoa port a compact pistol is very briefly seen in hands of Commissioner Arpino (Raymond Pellegrin).
The first bank robber (uncredited) uses a FNA-B 43 during the heists in Turin and Milan.
The leader of kidnappers gang Salvatore Mancuso (Sergio Fiorentini) holds an MP40 during the release of kidnapped children.
M3 "Grease Gun"
Torri (Marcello Monti), one of the kidnappers, holds an M3 "Grease Gun" during the releasing of kidnapped children.
Sten Mk II
During the car chase Luzzi (Daniele Dublino) uses a Sten Mk II SMG with custom pistol grip. In the final scene a Sten is seen in hands of Forestier (Stelio Candelli).
Numerous police officers carry Beretta M12 SMGs in several scenes.
Bolt Action Sniper Rifles
During the release of kidnapped children police snipers use bolt action rifles of unclear model.