Body of My Enemy (Le corps de mon ennemi)
Body of My Enemy (original title Le corps de mon ennemi) is a 1976 French crime movie directed by Henri Verneuil and starring Jean-Paul Belmondo. François Leclercq was framed in double murder and sentenced for prison. Seven years later he returns to his native town to find who was standing behind this case.
The following weapons were used in the film Body of My Enemy (Le corps de mon ennemi):
MAB Model D
A MAB Model D pistol is used as a murder weapon.
Winchester Model 70
A bolt action sniper rifle is used by a hitman in the final scene. It appears to be a Winchester Model 70 (though not for sure).
A collection of antique firearms, including two Jezail muskets and a flintlock cavalry carbine, is seen on the wall of Di Massa's apartments.