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Mobsters (1991)

The following weapons were used in the film Mobsters:


Colt Detective Special

During the attack on Faranzano's office, Meyer Lansky (Patrick Dempsey) draws a Colt Detective Special.

Colt Detective Special - .38 Special
During the attack on Faranzano's office, Meyer Lansky (Patrick Dempsey) draws a Colt Detective Special.

Colt Official Police

Vincent "Mad Dog" Coll (Nicholas Sadler) keeps a long heavy barreled Colt Official Police as his sidearm of choice, using it for many hits and shootouts.

Colt New Service Revolver - .45 LC. The military version of this revolver is the M1909 (also chambered for .45 Long Colt)
Coll (Nicholas Sadler) aims his revolver at Arnold Rothstein's (F. Murray Abraham) head.
Coll sneaks into Lucky's apartment.
Coll runs down the fire escape, revolver in hand.
Coll, carrying his revolver and Thompson akimbo, enters Faranzano's office.

Colt Police Positive

After Coll infiltrates his apartment, Charlie "Lucky" Luciano (Christian Slater) grabs a Colt Police Positive from a breadbox in his kitchen.

Colt Police Positive - .38 Special.
Lucky (Christian Slater) grabs a revolver from his breadbox.

Luger P08

Faranzano's second-in-command Rocco (Robert Z'Dar) keeps a Luger P08 in his shoulder holster.

Luger P08 - 9mm.
Rocco (Robert Z'Dar)'s Luger sits in his holster.


Charlie "Lucky" Luciano (Christian Slater) draws and fires a M1911 during several gunfights with Mad Dog Coll. Several other mobsters can be seen with M1911s.

Colt M1911 - .45 ACP
Lucky holds his M1911 during the first shootout with Coll.
Lucky holds a room service waiter hostage while waiting for Coll.
Lucky shoots down at Coll on the fire escape.

Smith & Wesson Military & Police

Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel (Richard Grieco) can be seen on several occasions a nickel plated Smith & Wesson M&P.

Smith & Wesson M&P Nickel - .38 Special
Bugsy (Richard Grieco) ignores gun safety as he trains his M&P on Lucky and Lansky during their game of catch.

Single-Shot Derringer

Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel (Richard Grieco) gives Gaetano "Tommy" Reina (Chris Penn) a derringer that he claimed belonged to Mussolini.

Reina (Chris Penn) holds Mussolini's old gun.

Stevens Single Shot Target Pistol

In an extended cut during the opening scene Benjamin “Bugsy” Seigel (Richard Grieco) draws what appears to a Stevens Single Shot Pistol, it is hard to really tell for sure, as there are no remastered versions of this film.

Stevens Single Shot #35, .22 .
Bugsy Seigel (Richard Grieco) draws his Stevens Pistol.
A Rabbi finds himself on the business end of the Stevens Pistol. The distinct hammer of the Stevens Pistol can be seen, but because of the quality of the film, it is still hard to identify.

Submachine Guns

Thompson M1921

The most commonly seen gun in the film, nearly every character can be seen firing a Thompson M1921 during the film. Vincent "Mad Dog" Coll (Nicholas Sadler) uses them akimbo during his first attempted hit on Luciano. Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel (Richard Grieco) uses one to scare away hijackers (all of whom are also carrying Thompsons) and the hitman hired by Luciano to shoot at Masseria fires a Thompson. "Lucky" Luciano (Christian Slater) himself uses one during the final scene in Faranzano's office.

M1921 Thompson - .45 ACP
Coll (Nicholas Sadler) fires at Luciano's car during a drive-by.
Coll (Nicholas Sadler) fires his Thompsons akimbo while approaching Luciano and Lansky.
Bugsy's Thompson sits next to his flare gun.
Bugsy fires his Thompson at the liquor truck hijackers.
Bugsy stands guard with his Thompson.
Rocco stands behind Faranzano with a Thompson.
Masseria (Anthony Quinn)'s bodyguards leave his house with Thompsons.
Masseria's bodyguards shoot at the assassin with Thompsons.
The hitman hired by Luciano backs away with his Thompson.


Remington 870

Although anachronistic for the setting (April 1931), Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel (Richard Grieco) and Costello (Costas Mandylor) use Remington 870 shotguns during the confrontation with Joe Masseria (Anthony Quinn).

Remington 870 with pistol grip and short barrel - 12 gauge

Bugsy and Costello (Costas Mandylor) approach Masseria with shotguns.
Bugsy and Costello firing the shotguns.
Bugsy fires his shotgun.

Winchester Model 1897

Frank Costello (Costas Mandylor) uses a Winchester Model 1897 towards the end of the film.

Winchester Model 1897 riot gun - 12 gauge
Frank Costello (Costas Mandylor) approaches the assassin with his Winchester.
Costello walks away with his shotgun.
Bugsy and Costello approach Masseria with shotguns.
Bugsy and Costello shoot Masseria with shotguns.
Costello intimidates Faranzano's secretary.
Costello walks through Faranzano's office.

Rossi Overland Sawed Off Shotgun

Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel (Richard Grieco) uses a Rossi Overland Sawed Off Shotgun during the raid on Faranzano's office. Shotgun was supplied by Ellis Mercantile and the Armorer was the late Branko Wohlfahrt.

Rossi Overland Sawed Off Shotgun - 12ga.
Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel (Richard Grieco) holding a Rossi Overland Sawed Off Shotgun.


Remington Mark III Flare Pistol

Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel (Richard Grieco) uses a Remington Mark III Flare Pistol to signal for Luciano's men to surround the truck hijackers.

Remington Mark III Flare Pistol
Bugsy's Thompson sits next to his flare gun.

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