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American Outlaws

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American Outlaws (2001).

The following weapons were used in the film American Outlaws:

Colt 1851 Navy Percussion

Jesse James (Colin Farrell) carries two Colt 1851 Navy revolvers throughout the film, even carrying four in the opening battle when he fires akimbo from a horse with the reins in his teeth. Cole Younger (Scott Caan) and Bob Younger (Will McCormack) also use a Navy '51s during the opening battle. The soldiers on the train transporting Jesse to prison at the end also have Navys.Al have been converted to fire metalic cardridges but still have the loading lever to look like a percussion revolver.

Colt 1851 Navy .36 caliber.
Bob hides with his Navy.
Bob requests for Frank James to come help.
Jesse ducks with his two Navys as Cole reloads his. Note Frank holding his Henry 1860.
Jesse draws his two Navys as he serves as a "distraction" for Frank.
Jesse draws his two Navys on a Union soldier who shot at him before telling him to "git" away unharmed (Something the real Jesse James would have never done).
Jesse puts on his holster when he decides to go to war with the railroads.
Jesse holds his Navys on a banker during their first robbery.
Jesse aims a Navy at the town sheriff before letting hiim go (Another fictional show of mercy that the real Jesse James wouldn't allow). Behind him, Clell Miller holds a conversion Navy.
Jesse holds his Navy on a train conductor.
Jesse shoves his Navys in a banker's face.
Jesse points his Navy at Cole during their street fight.
In a very John Woo-esque sequence, Jesse goes through a variety of stunts in the Hyperion Bank robbery, firing his Navys akimbo (and without reloading despite firing many more shots than they can hold)..
After Pinkerton tells the train guard to lock up the guns in a safe, the guard stashes away all but one.

Colt 1849 Pocket (Wells Fargo Model)

Jesse James (Colin Farrell) draws two cartridge-converted Colt 1849 Pocket Wells Fargo Model revolvers on the Pinkertons who show up on his farm. They are clearly Wells Fargo Models as they lack loading levers.

Colt 1849 Pocket - .31 caliber.
Jesse holds his Colt Pockets on the Pinkertons as Frank aims his Henry rifle.
Jesse's Colt Pockets.

Colt 1860 Army (with sawn barrel)

Frank James (Gabriel Macht) brandishes two Colt 1860 Army revolvers that have been cut down in size to resemble "Pocket Model" belly guns during the Hyperion robbery.

Frank raises his Colt as Jesse goes on his rampage in the bank.

Colt 1851 Navy (with Richards-Mason cartridge conversion)

Cole Younger (Scott Caan), Frank James (Gabriel Macht), Bob Younger (Will McCormack), Jim Younger (Gregory Smith), and Clell Miller (Ty O'Neal) use Colt 1851 Navy revolvers with a Richards-Mason conversion to fire metallic cartridges. Allan Pinkerton (Timothy Dalton), the gang's pursuer, also carries one that Jesse James (Colin Farrell) disarms him over in the final scene.

Colt 1851 Navy Cartridge Conversion.
Pinkerton wounds Jesse in the shoulder during Cole's near-hanging.
Cole aims his Navy Conversion at the sheriff during the first bank job.
Frank draws his revolvers before the Hyperion Bank robbery.
Frank with his Navy Conversions as Cole holds a shotgun on the Hyperion "customers".
Bob and Jim take cover with their Navys.
Jesse aims Pinkerton's own Navy Conversion at him.
Jesse drops the cartridges from Pinkerton's Navy before handing it back to him.

Colt 1860 Army

One of the soldiers on the train transporting Jesse James to prison has a Colt 1860 Army.

Colt 1860 Army .44 caliber.
The forward soldier aims his Colt Army.

Colt 1860 Army (with Richards-Mason cartridge conversion)

Bob Younger (Will McCormack) uses a Colt 1860 Army converted to file metallic cartridges in several scenes.

Colt 1860 Army with Richards conversion.
Bob tries to build up his reputation as "Bad Bob Younger".
Bob aims his Navy at Cole when he suspects him of turning in Jesse.

Double-barreled Shotgun

Cole Younger (Scott Caan) uses an exposed hammer 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun during the gang's bank robberies. Several lawmen and vigilantes also carry shotguns.

Cole aims at the Pinkertons who destroyed one of his farm houses.
Cole puts his shotgun to a banker's shoulder during the first bank robbery.
The town sheriff aims his shotgun at the James-Younger Gang.
The town sheriff backs off when Jesse talks him into walking away.
A stagecoach driver riding shotgun.
Cole checks his shotgun before the Hyperion Bank robbery.

Henry 1860

Frank James (Gabriel Macht) uses a Henry 1860 throughout the film.

Henry 1860 brass-frame - .44 Rimfire (RF).
Frank aims his Henry at the cannon gunner.
Frank flips up his sight. ".44-40 Cal" can clearly be read under the sight, indicating that the gun is a newer reproduction.
Frank carefully aims.
Frank ejects his spent round.
Frank holds his Henry on the Pinkerton agents.
Frank with his Henry after knocking out the Pinkerton-hired sharpshooter.
Frank nods to Cole after indicating that he is the sharpshooter.

Springfield 1861

All of the Union soldiers in the film can be seen using Springfield 1861 rifles. At one point, Jesse James (Colin Farrell) disarms a soldier of his Springfield, using it against him.

Springfield 1861 - .58 caliber Miné Ball.
Union soldiers in the opening battle aim at the Confederate vigilantes.
Springfield '61s with attached bayonets.
Union soldiers aim their Springfields.
Jesse James fires a Springfield he stole from a Union soldier.
Soldiers walk through Liberty, Missouri with Springfields after the war is over.

Winchester Model 1866 Rifle

The Pinkerton agents that surround the Hyperion Bank use Winchester 1866 "Yellow Boy" Rifles when shooting at the James-Younger Gang.

Winchester 1866 "Yellow Boy" Rifle - .44 RF
Pinkertons fire at the Hyperion bandits.
A Pinkerton fires at the James-Younger Gang.
A Pinkerton shoots at Jim Younger as the gang gets away.

Gatling Gun

The Union soldiers fire a Gatling Gun at the Confederate mercenaries.

An 1865 Gatling Gun.
A cloud of dust surrounds the Gatling as it fires.
The Gatling fires at the Confederates.

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