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Gator (1976)

Gator is the 1976 sequel to 1973's White Lightning. The sequel was directed by Burt Reynolds, who returns as Gator McClusky.

The following weapons were used in the film Gator:


Colt Detective Special

Irving Greenfield (Jack Weston), the federal agent from New York, carries a third generation Colt Detective Special in a holster on his waist. After it is stolen, he inexplicably receives another model.

Colt Detective Special 3rd Gen - .38 Special
Greenfield's Detective Special is visible on his belt as a deputy sheriff's larger frame revolver is seen in his own holster.
A redneck (Charlie) swipes Greenfield's Detective Special in the bar.
Greenfield's Detective Special sits on the table in front of him.
As one of McCall's men suppresses Emmeline, McCall tells Greenfield to reach for the snubnose on the desk.

Colt Official Police

A policeman talking to Greenfield has a Colt Official Police holstered.

Colt Official Police - 4" Barrel
The cop's Official Police sticks out of his holster as he talks to a hospitalized Greenfield.

Smith & Wesson Model 15

One of the policemen who respond to the break-in at the courthouse fires at Gator with a Smith & Wesson Model 15. Smiley (Burton Gilliam) also carries a Model 15, which he threatens to blow Gator's head off with.

Smith & Wesson Model 15 .38 Special
Smiley sticks his Model 15 up to Gator's head.
The police officers at the courthouse fire at Gator as he escapes in their car.



Federal agents and deputy sheriffs carry M16A1s while searching for Gator McKlusky.

M16A1 with 20 round magazine - 5.56x45mm
Bob and Ted hold their M16 on Ned.
A deputy with his soaked M16 after Gator rides through in his high-powered speedboat.

Winchester Model 70

Federal agents and deputy sheriffs carry Winchester Model 70 bolt-action rifles while searching for Gator McKlusky.

Pre-1964 Winchester Model 70 - .30-06
The deputy holds his rifle on Gator.
One of the deputies with Greenfield aims his rifle at Gator.


Winchester Model 1200

Florida state policemen are seen with Winchester Model 1200 Field Guns during the opening of the film.

Winchester Model 1200 with 30" ribbed field barrel - 12 gauge
Some of the Florida law enforcement are armed with Winchester Model 1200 shotguns.

Double Barrelled Shotgun

Ned McKlusky (John Steadman) has a double barreled shotgun that is taken away by revenue agents.

L.C. Smith case hardened hammerless side by side Field shotgun - 12 gauge
The agents, Bob and Ted, take Ned's shotgun away.


Southern crime boss "Bama" McCall (Jerry Reed) carries a "lupara", cut down to the size of a large pistol. His henchman Bones (William Engesser) takes the lupara during one of the final scenes to burst into Gator's motel room.

Stevens 311R (sawed-off) - 12 gauge. Please note that the shotgun in this movie has exposed hammers.
McCall checks his lupara before taking Gator inside the bar to make collections.
Gator and McCall outside the bar.
McCall hands the lupara to Gator McKlusky (Burt Reynolds) while talking to the bar owner.
McCall confronts Greenfield with his lupara.
McCall prepares for his final confrontation with Gator.
Bones with McCall's lupara.

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