|David S. Cass Sr.
|Grand Army Entertainment
Lone Rider is a 2008 Western made for TV movie directed by David S. Cass Sr. and starring Lou Diamond Phillips, Stacy Keach, and Vincent Spano. Bobby Hattaway (Phillips) returns to his native town after many years of army service. He finds out that the town is controlled by the ruthless landowner Stu Croker (Spano), and that the business of Bobby's father Robert Hattaway (Keach) is the next target. Bobby has to stand against Stu who was his childhood friend.
The following weapons were used in the film Lone Rider:
Single Action Army "Cavalry" Model
Bobby Hattaway (Lou Diamond Phillips), the retired US Army Sgt. Maj., carries a Single Action Army "Cavalry" Model revolver. Croker's henchman Lloyd (Mike Star) also carries a "Cavalry" revolver.
Colt Single Action Army with 7.5" barrel known as the "Cavalry" model - .45 Long Colt
Bobby aims his revolver at bartender Charlie (Jake Crawford).
Bobby holds the revolver in the scene in Croker's bar.
Lloyd aims his revolver at Curtiss during the attack on Hattaway's store.
During the shootout, Lloyd fires his revolver...
...but is gunned down and drops the gun.
A close-up of the grip and the cylinder of Lloyd's revolver.
Bobby holds his revolver during the final shootout with Stu Croker.
Bobby aims his revolver at dying Croker who holds a nickel plated Remington 1875
Single Action Army "Artillery" Model
Croker's henchmen Vic (Robert Baker) and "Mexican Husband" (Phillip Sanchez) are armed with Single Action Army "Artillery" Model revolvers.
Colt Single Action Army with 5.5" barrel known as the "Artillery" model - .45 Long Colt
The Mexican aims his revolver during the attack on the wagon that delivers goods to Hattaway's store.
Vic fires his revolver during the shootout at the Hattaway's store.
It can be seen that Vic's revolver is an "Artillery" model. In the following scene he is armed with a "Civilian" revolver.
The Mexican holds a revolver in the same scene.
He tries to kill wounded Curtis.
Single Action Army "Civilian" Model
Vic's (Robert Baker) "Artillery" revolver switches to a Single Action Army "Civilian" Model in the following scenes. A "Civilian" revolver is also seen in hands of a guard at Croker's house.
Colt Single Action Army with 4.75" barrel, case colored and blued, referred to as "Quick-Draw" or "Civilian" model - .45 Long Colt
A guard at the right holds a "Civilian" revolver in his lowered hand.
Vic holds a "Civilian" revolver instead of previously seen "Artillery".
Another view of Vic's revolver.
Colt 1871-72 Open Top
Gus Keagle (Timothy Bottoms), the sheriff of the town of Pelton, and Bobby Hattaway's cousin Curtis (Terry Maratos) carry Colt 1871-72 Open Top revolvers. Both revolvers, judging by the brass parts of the frame, seem to be Uberti/Cimarron replicas.
Cimarron replica of Colt 1872 Open Top Navy - .38 Colt/Special
Sheriff arrests Bobby in the scene at Croker's house.
Sheriff holds his revolver in the same scene.
Curtis holds a Colt Open Top revolver when defending the Hattaway's store against Croker's gang.
The revolver of wounded Curtis is seen on the ground. The brass parts of the frame are seen.
Sheriff holds his revolver after he saves Curtis from the Mexican. The brass parts of the frame can be seen.
Colt 1847 Walker
Bobby Hattaway (Lou Diamond Phillips) takes a venerable Colt Walker that belonged to his late father Robert.
Colt 1847 Walker - .44 caliber.
Bobby takes the revolver.
Bobby holds the Colt Walker.
The Colt Walker is seen in Bobby's left-side holster while a SAA revolver is in his right-side holster.
Stu Croker (Vincent Spano) carries a nickel plated Remington 1875 revolver. A nickel plated Remington 1875 is also used by Cleet Utley (Dale Gibson) when he sneaks into Croker's house. One of Croker's henchmen holds a common blued Remington 1875 during the shootout at the Hattaway's store.
The film poster shows Bobby Hattaway holding a nickel plated Remington 1875 that he doesn't use in the movie (as the revolver is blood-stained, it is meant that this revolver is taken from the dying Croker). Also note that the revolver is mirrored on the poster.
Ubertl replica of a nickel plated Remington 1875 - .45 Long Colt
A close-up of Cleet's revolver. While it seems to be blued, due to the darkness, the flash of the lightning reveals that the revolver is nickel plated.
Cleet's Remington is seen in the flash of a lightning.
Stu Croker fires at Robert Hattaway.
A close-up of Croker's Remington 1875.
Stu Croker loads his revolver.
Croker fires his revolver during the shootout at the Hattaway's store.
Croker's henchman fires a blued Remington.
Croker holds the revolver during the final shootout with Bobby.
The revolver is seen in Croker's dead hand.
Smith & Wesson Schofield
Bobby Hattaway's army buddy Sgt. Maj. Mike Butler (Tom Schanley) carries a Smith & Wesson Schofield revolver.
Smith & Wesson Schofield Model 3 with blued finish - .45 Schofield
Butler carries the revolver in holster.
Butler holds the revolver.
Butler (at the left) holds the Schofield revolver in his lowered hand.
Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy" Carbine
A pair of Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy" carbines is seen in the Hattaway's house. Robert Hattaway (Stacy Keach) takes one of these guns when a stranger appears at his house. Later the same carbine is used by Curtis (Terry Maratos).
Winchester 1866 "Yellow Boy" Carbine - .44 RF
Two "Yellow Boy" carbines in the Hattaway's house.
Robert Hattaway unfriendly meets a stranger who turns out to be Bobby's buddy Mike Butler.
Another view of the same scene.
Curtis (at the right) holds the Winchester 1866 carbine.
Winchester Model 1873 Rifle
Curtis (Terry Maratos) holds a Winchester Model 1873 Rifle. Then his gun is used by Bobby Hattaway (Lou Diamond Phillips). The bright yellow wood of the stock allows to guess that the Winchester is a modern replica.
Uberti replica of Winchester Model 1873 Rifle
Curtis holds a Winchester 1873 rifle.
The receiver of the Winchester is seen.
Bobby holds the Winchester.
Bobby hands the rifle to his mother Dora (Marta DuBois).
Bobby stands at the doors with the Winchester in hands.
Bobby fires the Winchester during the shootout with Croker's gang.
Bobby aims the rifle during the final shootout.
Winchester Model 1892 Carbine
One of the guards at the Croker's house is armed with a Winchester Model 1892 carbine.
Winchester 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine
A guard at the left holds a Winchester 1892.
He holds Bobby at gunpoint.
Springfield 1873 Trapdoor Carbine
Mike Butler (Tom Schanley) is armed with a Springfield 1873 Trapdoor Carbines.
Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor Cavalry Carbine, a replica by Uberti Arms - .45-70
Mike holds his carbine at Lloyd's head.
Mike cocks the hammer in the same scene.
Mike aims at Stu and Lloyd. The rear sight is raised what is rarely seen on screen.
Mike fires his carbine during the shootout at Hattaway's store.
Mike reloads the carbine.
Mike holds the carbine during the shootout. The saddle ring is seen.
A Rossi Overland Coach Gun is bartender Charlie's (Jake Crawford) gun. Lloyd (Mike Star) uses a Coach Gun (possibly same prop reused) when firing at Cleet Utley.
Rossi Overland Shotgun - 12 gauge. The screen gun has shorter barrels but otherwise it looks the same.
Charlie is trying to reach for the shotgun when the knife thrown by Bobby plunges into the shelf.
Another view of the shotgun.
A close-up of the shotgun.
During another confrontation in the bar, Charlie again is trying to reach for his shotgun but this time the knife is well-aimed.
Double Barreled Shotgun
Bobby Hattaway (Lou Diamond Phillips) fires a full length Double Barreled Shotgun with exposed hammers in the scene in Stu Croker's bar.
For reference: Charles Parker 1878 Side by Side Shotgun - 12 gauge
Bobby shoots at bottles in the bar.
He holds the opened shotgun.
Another view of Bobby's shotgun.