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Borsalino and Co.
Borsalino and Co. is a 1974 French-Italian-German crime movie directed by Jacques Deray and starring Alain Delon as crime boss Roch Siffredi who struggles for power in 1930s Marseilles. The movie is the sequel to Borsalino (1970).
The following weapons were used in the film Borsalino and Co.:
Smith & Wesson Victory Model
Roch Siffredi (Alain Delon) uses a Smith & Wesson Victory Model revolver in several scenes. Many of Siffredi's and Volpone's henchmen are also seen with these revolvers (some of them can be Smith & Wesson Military & Police).
FN Model 1910
Roch Siffredi (Alain Delon) fires a FN Model 1910 pistol, taken from his bodyguard, when they are ambushed by Volpone's gangsters.
In one scene Volpone's henchman is seen with a pistol that is supposedly Luger P08.
Several of Siffredi's henchmen are armed with M1928 Thompson with 50-round drum magazine. Roch Siffredi (Alain Delon) is seen with Tommy Gun during the final shootout.
Several of Siffredi's henchmen are armed with M1928A1 Thompson with 50-round drum magazine.
Several of Siffredi's henchmen are armed with Bergmann MP35/I SMGs.
Beretta Model 38A
Beretta Model 38A SMGs are used by Luciano (Adolfo Lastretti) and another one of Siffredi's men.
Double Barreled Shotgun
Roch Siffredi (Alain Delon) uses a double barreled shotgun during the shootout in the night club.
Berthier Fusil Modèle 1916 Carabine
French infantry and cavalry soldiers are armed with Berthier Fusil Modèle 1916 Carabines in the scene of the dispersal of the demonstration.
Mauser Gewehr 1898
Mauser Gewehr 1898 rifles are smuggled from Germany to Spain Nationalists through Marseille. Several of these rifles are of late manufactured model with a conventional tangent-leaf sight instead of early Lange-Visier.