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The Howling is a 1981 horror film about a traumatized reporter who goes to a therapeutic retreat colony only to find it populated with dangerous werewolves. Although the film was criticized in other aspects, it was lauded for its ambitious, influential special effects, which go down even today as some of the best, most influential werewolf effects alongside An American Werewolf in London.
WARNING: THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS
The following firearms were seen in the film The Howling:
Two separate revolvers are seen in the film that are never seen clearly enough to positively identify.
Remington Model 760
Sam Newfield (Slim Pickens) is seen with a Remington 760 "Gamemaster" pump-action rifle on several occasions.
Bill Neill (Christopher Stone) owns a Savage Model 99C which he uses during the wolf hunt.
Winchester Model 70 Super Grade
One of the residents at The Colony carries a Winchester Model 70 Super Grade bolt-action rifle.
Griffin & Howe sporterized M1903 Springfield
One of the residents at The Colony is seen using a Griffin & Howe sporterized M1903 Springfield rifle (distinguishable by its distinctive rear sight).
Parker-Hale 1200 Rifle
Chris Halloran (Dennis Dugan) uses a Parker-Hale Sniper Rifle bolt-action rifle chambered in .30-06 near the end of the film.
Bonus - Silver .30-06 Bullets
Before he heads up to The Colony, Chris stops by a bookstore that he and Terri Fisher (Belinda Balaski) had visited earlier in the film, where he picks up a box of .30-06 bullets that the store owner Walter Paisley (Dick Miller) had special ordered for another customer.