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For a Few Dollars More

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For a Few Dollars More
Per qualche dollaro in più
Country ITA.jpg Italy
ESP 45-77.jpg Spain
GER.jpg West Germany
Directed by Sergio Leone
Release Date December 18, 1965
Language English
Studio Produzioni Europee Associate (PEA)
Arturo González Producciones Cinematográficas
Constantin Film
Distributor Produzioni Europee Associate (PEA)
Main Cast
Character Actor
Manco, the Man with No Name Clint Eastwood
Colonel Douglas Mortimer Lee Van Cleef
El Indio Gian Maria Volonté
Niño Mario Brega
Groggy Luigi Pistilli
Wild Klaus Kinski

All the guns in this film were supplied by Aldo Uberti Inc. of Italy.

The following weapons were used in the film For a Few Dollars More:


Single Action Army

The Single Action Army revolver is prominently used by several characters in the film, most notably Manco (Spanish word meaning "one-handed", referring to the habit of the character of hiding one hand, until he uses it to fire his gun) (Clint Eastwood) aka "The Man With No Name", who once again uses a 5 1/2" Artillery model with a color case hardened frame and a silver rattlesnake grip.

Uberti Replica of Colt Single Action Army 5 1/2" Artillery with rattlesnake grips carried by "The Man with No Name"
Colt Single Action Army w/ 5.5" barrel - .45 Long Colt
Manco takes out the men in the bar with his SAA.
Manco shoots the last guy without looking, and despite hitting him, he is clearly aiming a mile away. But after all, it's just a movie...
Manco holsters his SAA. Note snake grips.
Manco fires his SAA at Col. Mortimer's hat.
Manco holds his SAA at the telegraph operator.
One of El Indio's men, Groggy, shoots out the telegraph pole lines with his Artillery SAA.
Manco shoots down apples from a tree with his SAA.
Manco fires his SAA at the apples.
Niño holds up Col. Mortimer with his Artillery SAA.
Manco loads up his SAA.
One of El Indio's men unloads his SAA.
Manco lets Col. Mortimer borrow his SAA so he can duel with El Indio at the end of the film.
Col. Mortimer holsters the Manco's SAA.
Colt Single Action Army w/ 4.75" barrel - .45 Long Colt
Guy Calloway (José Terrón) fires his 4 3/4" Quickdraw Single Action Army at the beginning of the film.
Groggy holds his Quickdraw SAA to him.

Single Action Army "Buntline Special"

While I usually group all the Single Action Armies together, I figured the Buntline Specials deserved their own section due to the infamy of their usage in the film. Colonel Douglas Mortimer (Lee Van Cleef) makes use of two Buntline Specials, one seen in his saddlebags with an 18" barrel, and the other with a 10" barrel which he fits with a shoulder stock and uses like a carbine rifle. El Indio (Gian Maria Volontè) uses an 8" Buntline as his sidearm in the film as well.

Colt Single Action Army Buntline Special w/ 12" barrel - .45 Long Colt
A 18" Buntline Special is seen in Col. Mortimer's saddle bag.
Mortimer affixes a shoulder stock to his 10" Buntline Special.
Mortimer shoulders his Buntline Special.
Mortimer takes aim at the advancing outlaw with his Buntline Special. His skill with the pistol is evident when he puts a bullet between his eyes of the outlaw at the range shown.
El Indio gets reacquainted with his 8" Buntline Special when his men break him out of prison.
El Indio kills his cellmate with his Buntline Special.
Good side view of the weapon during the duel scene.
El Indio holds his Buntline Special to one of the prison guards.
Mortimer checks his 18" Buntline.
Mortimer readies his Buntline when confronting Monco for the first time.
Mortimer shoots off Monco's hat with his Buntline (something proven impossible on Mythbusters) and keeps it in mid-flight until his gun clicks empty.
Monco admires Mortimer's Buntline.
Mortimer grazes Monco's neck with his Buntline so El Indio won't think he is double-crossing him.
Mortimer shoots down apples from a tree with his Buntline.
Mortimer loads up his Buntline.
Mortimer fires his Buntline during the town shootout.
When El Indio has a flashback, the woman who he rapes kills herself with a Buntline Special.
Mortimer fires his Buntline.
Mortimer's Buntline lay on the ground after being shot out of his hand by El Indio.
The mortally wounded El Indio tries to fire his Buntline at Mortimer.

Lefaucheux Model 1854

The old man who lives near the train tracks keeps a Lefaucheux Model 1854 pinfire revolver and has Manco hand it to him as he rants on.

Lefaucheux Model 1854 - 12mm Pinfire
Manco looks over at the old man's Lefaucheux revolver on the wall.
The old man rants on with his Lefaucheux in hand.


Remington 1866 Derringer

When one of El Indio's men is insulted by Mortimer, he goes for his gun only to be met by death from Mortimer's blued finish Remington 1866 Derringer he had hidden in his sleeve.

Remington 1866 Derringer - .41 RF
Mortimer readies his Remington 1866 Derringer.
Mortimer fires his derringer.
Sideview of the derringer.


Winchester 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine

Col. Douglas Mortimer (Lee Van Cleef) keeps a Winchester 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine in his saddlebag and uses it to shoot out the outlaw's horse at the beginning of the film. Some of El Indio's thugs use them as well.

Winchester 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine - .38-40 WCF
Col. Mortimer chambers his Winchester 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine.
Mortimer takes out the outlaw's horse with his Winchester 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine.
One of El Indio's thugs fires his Winchester '92 carbine during the town shootout.
The same thug armed with a '92 carbine.

Berdan Sharps 1859

While hard to be certain, the prison guards look to be armed with full-length Sharps 1859 Rifles. One of El Indio's men is also briefly seen with a Sharps Rifle.

Berdan Sharps 1859 - .54 caliber
A guard is killed while holding his rifle. Note the large trigger guard.
Another guard on post armed with his Berdan Sharps 1859 rifle.
The muzzle of the rifle is seen.
Another view of the rifle held by the henchman sitting in the center.

Volcanic Repeater Rifle

El Indio is seen brandishing a Volcanic Repeater rifle early in the film and later Manco carries one during the duel between Mortimer and El Indio. Regardless of any indication by Uberti, the weapon seen in the film is not their reproduction.

Henry 1860 - .44 RF
Volcanic Rifle - .41 Volcanic
El Indio holds a Volcanic on Manco.
Manco holds his Volcanic rifle on El Indio during the final shootout.
Manco with the Volcanic rifle.
Manco sits down to watch El Indio and Mortimer face off with his Volcanic rifle in hand.
Note how the Volcanic features an engraved receiver and a receiver mounted sight.

Marlin 1893

While not completely shown, some of El Indio's men appear to be armed with Marlin 1893 rifles.

Marlin 1893 - .30-30 WCF
One of El Indio's men armed with a Marlin 1893 rifle.
Wild the Hunchback (Klaus Kinski) armed with a Marlin 1893 rifle.

Colt Lightning Rifle

A Colt Lightning Rifle is seen in Col. Mortimer's saddlebag and one of the deputies guarding the bank vault is armed with one.

Modern Uberti Colt Lightning Rifle - .38 Special
A deputy guarding the bank vault sets down his Colt Lightning to eat lunch.
Colt Lightning Rifle w/ nickel-plated finish - .38-40 WCF
A Colt Lightning Rifle is seen above Mortimer's Winchester 1892 as he removes it from his saddlebag.

Remington 1863 Zouave

An unused Remington 1863 Zouave carbine is included in Col. Mortimer's saddlebag.

Remington 1863 Zouave carbine - .58 Minie ball
The carbine lies in front of him.
A full view of the rifle seen on the right.


12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun

An unknown model 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun is seen lowest on Mortimer's saddlebag.

J. Stevens & Company 1878 shotgun - 12 gauge
A shotgun is seen lowest in Mortimer's saddle bag.

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