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El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie

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El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie
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Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
Directed by Vince Gilligan
Release Date 2019
Language English
Studio Sony Pictures Television
Distributor Netflix
Main Cast
Character Actor
Jesse Pinkman Aaron Paul
Todd Alquist Jesse Plemons
Ed Galbraith Robert Forster
Neil Kandy Scott MacArthur
Casey Scott Shepherd
Jane Margolis Krysten Ritter


El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie is the 2019 Netflix original film set in the universe of the series Breaking Bad. The film follows Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) on the run following the events seen in the finale of the series. Many characters from Breaking Bad return for this film, which was written and directed by Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan, and also features the one of the final starring roles for actor Robert Forster.


The following weapons were used in the film El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie:


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Handguns

Kimber Ultra Raptor II "Custom Shop"

A Kimber Ultra Raptor II "Custom Shop" model is carried by Neil Kandy (Scott MacArthur) as his sidearm. It is first seen pulled on Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) in Todd Alquist's apartment. The pistol is later picked up Jesse during a shootout. Kenny carries a similar model in Season 5, which was handled by Jesse as well.

Kimber Ultra Raptor II with wood grips - .45 ACP
Neil puts the Kimber Ultra Raptor II to Jesse Pinkman's (Aaron Paul) head.
The Kimber Ultra Raptor II in Neil's holster
Jesse points the pistol at Neil and Casey's friends.
The Kimber Ultra Raptor II is handled by Jesse.

Glock 17

A third-generation Glock 17 is carried by Casey (Scott Shepherd). Jesse disarms him of his Glock in Todd's apartment before surrendering. Casey later fires his Glock 17 during the final shootout.

Glock 17 - 9x19mm
Jesse holds the Glock in his left hand.
Jesse with the Ruger and the Glock.
Jesse holds Casey's (Scott Shepherd) own Glock to his head. The pistol is marked as "17" on the slide, confirming the exact model.
Casey wildly fires at Jesse during the final shootout. The rapid nature of this scene results in the Glock being quite blurry.

Ruger KP89

A Ruger KP89 is seen in the glovebox of Todd's Chevrolet El Camino. Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) later takes the pistol for himself when he escapes the Neo-Nazis in Todd's car. It appears to to be the DC variant. The appearance of this pistol represents a continuity error with Season 5, in which Todd carried a Ruger KP95.

Ruger KP89 - 9x19mm
The P89 is pointed by Jesse.
Jesse handles the Ruger in the right hand along with a Glock 17 in his left. Notice no safety cut on the back meaning it's a de-cocker (DC) only model.
Jesse with the Ruger.
The Ruger sits in the shower window. A higher quality screenshot will reveal a "9mmx19" stamp on the barrel as well as a "Terhune Anticorro" stamp on the slide, which appeared on some P-Series guns.

Colt Woodsman

Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) gets his hands on a pre-war Colt Woodsman Sport from his parents' house. He later uses it during a showdown, where it is correctly referred to as a .22.

Colt Woodsman, 4.5" barrel - .22 LR
Jesse looking at his Woodsman.
The pistol on the floor.

Harrington & Richardson Bicycle Hammerless Revolver, .32 S&W

Like the Colt Woodsman, Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) gets a H&R Bicycle Hammerless Model revolver with a 2-inch barrel from his parents' house

Harrington & Richardson Bicycle Hammerless Revolver - .32 S&W
Jesse with the H&R revolver in his hand
Another view of the revolver.



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