The following firearms were used in the film Ma Barker's Killer Brood:
Ma Barker's Killer Brood
Federal L-5 Gas Riot Gun
Doc Barker (Ron Foster) fires a Federal L-5 Gas Riot Gun during the gang's 1933 armored car robbery.
Federal L-5 Gas Riot Gun - 37mm
Doc fires the Federal L-5 Gas Riot Gun.
The Thompson M1921AC is seen throughout the film in the hands of criminals Kate "Ma" Barker (Lurene Tuttle), Arthur "Doc" Barker (Ron Foster), Fred Barker (Eric Morris), Herman Barker (Don Spruance), Alvin Karpis (Paul Dubov), "Baby Face" Nelson (Robert Kendall), John Dillinger (Eric Sinclair) and the (uncredited) Sioux Falls Bank Robber (Myron Healey). All of the criminals use Thompsons with drum magazines. The federal agents Avery (David Carlile) and Baxter (Dan Riss) are also seen wielding Thompsons with box, rather than drum, magazines.
Colt M1921AC Thompson with 50-round drum magazine - .45 ACP.
"Doc" fires his Thompson at an armored car guard during the 1933 robbery.
Karpis with the Thompson during a Barker family picnic.
"Doc" holds Karpis's Thompson on Arthur Dunlop, his stepfather.
Karpis with his Thompson during the Sioux Falls bank robbery.
Avery and Baxter surround Ma and Fred's Florida hideout.
Ma fires her Thompson at the federal agents and sheriffs surrounding her hideout.
Colt Detective Special
The Colt Detective Special is the sidearm of choice of most criminals in the film, including Herman Barker (Don Spruance), Arthur "Doc" Barker (Ron Foster), "Baby Face" Nelson (Robert Kendall), and George "Machine Gun" Kelly (Victor Lundin). Ma (Lurene Tuttle) hands Doc's to Arthur Dunlop (Tristram Coffin) for the game of Russian Roulette. FBI agents Avery (David Carlile) and Baxter (Dan Riss) also keep them holstered on their hips.
Colt Detective Special 1st Gen - .38 Special
Herman draws his Detective Special when he and Doc are cornered by police.
Ma takes hold of Doc's Detective Special from his shoulder holster.
Ma unloads Doc's Detective Special.
Dunlop, with Karpis's assistance, places the Detective Special to his own head.
"Machine Gun" Kelly draws his Detective Special.
Winchester Model 1912
One of "Machine Gun" Kelly's thugs carries a Winchester Model 1912.
Winchester M1912 Riot Gun
The thug stands with his Winchester shotgun.
Remington Model 31
One of "Machine Gun" Kelly's thugs carries a Remington Model 31.
Remington Model 31 - 12 gauge
The thug exits the car with a Remington shotgun.
Colt Official Police
The Florida sheriff (Charles Tannen) and the Deputy (Riley Hill) carry the Colt Official Police during the raid on the Barker hideout.
Colt Official Police - 5" Barrel
The sheriff draws his Official Police.
The sheriff aims his Official Police.