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Pale Rider

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Pale Rider (1985)

The following weapons were used in the film Pale Rider:



Remington 1858 New Army

Preacher (Clint Eastwood) carries a Remington 1858 New Army with a cartridge conversion as his sidearm in the film, and carries several pre-loaded cylinders to use like a modern speed loader.

Remington 1858 New Army (Cartridge Conversion) - .45 Long Colt.
Preacher aims his Remington 1858 New Army at Josh LaHood (Chris Penn).
Preacher reloads his revolver by completely changing the cylinder.
Preacher pushes the cylinder rod back, locking the cylinder in place.
Preacher folds up the loading lever.
Preacher shoots Deputy Mather (Billy Drago) with his Remington 1858 after hiding behind a water trough.
Preacher holds his Remington 1858 on Stockburn (John Russell).

Remington 1858 Pocket

Preacher (Clint Eastwood) uses a Remington 1858 Pocket .31 caliber as a backup, carrying it stuck into his belt. The gun used has had a regular trigger with trigger-guard fitted in place of factory stud-trigger. Like all the other guns in the film, it is converted to fire metallic cartridges.

Remington 1858 Pocket Percussion - .31 Caliber.
Preacher's Remington 1858 Pocket stuck in his belt.
A closer shot of the Remington Pocket stuck in Preacher's belt as he draws his full sized Remington on Stockburn (John Russell).
Preacher delivers the coup de grace to Stockburn.

Colt 1860 Army

Stockburn (John Russell) has six "deputies" who carry Colt 1860 Army revolvers that are converted to fire metallic blank cartridges. Many other characters in the film carry them as well, including Josh LaHood (Chris Penn).

Colt 1860 Army - .44 Caliber.
Josh LaHood tries to draw his Colt 1860 Army on Preacher but is too slow.
Josh tries to pick up his Colt Army after it is shot from his hand but is shot in the hand by Preacher. Note how you can see metallic cartridges in the cylinder.
Stockburn's men level their Colt Army revolvers on Spider Conway (Doug McGrath).
Deputy Grissom (Jack Radosta) fires his Colt Army at Spider.
Deputy Mather (Billy Drago) fires his Colt Army at Spider.
Deputy Sedge (Jeffrey Josephson) fires his Colt Army.
Deputy Tucker (John Dennis Johnston) fires his Colt Army.
Another image of Deputy Sedge (Jeffrey Josephson) firing his Colt Army.
Deputy Kobold (Robert Winley) fires his Colt Army.

Colt 1860 Army with Richards Conversion

Stockburn (John Russell) carries a Colt 1860 Army with a Richards conversion to shoot metallic cartridges.

Colt 1860 Army with Richards Conversion.
One of LaHood's thugs kills Megan Wheeler's (Sydney Penny) dog with a Richards conversion Colt Army.
Stockburn (John Russell) makes Spider (Doug McGrath) dance.
Stockburn (John Russell) shoots Spider's gold clump. Note the frame ring-mounted rear sight, an indication this is a Richards conversion, and not a Richards-Mason.
Stockburn (John Russell) kills Spider with a head shot, since a hail of his deputies' bullets apparently isn't enough to kill him.
Stockburn (John Russell) tries to draw his Colt Army after being shot up by Preacher.

Colt Paterson 1836

Spider Conway (Doug McGrath) has a Colt Paterson 1836 tucked in his belt while visiting the town and tries to draw it when his clump of gold is shot by Stockburn (John Russell).

Colt Patterson 1836 with loading lever - .36 caliber.
A Colt Paterson 1836 is tucked in Spider's belt.

Colt Single Action Army "Cavalry"

One of LaHood's thugs kills gold panners' cattle with a Single Action Army 7 1/2" Cavalry revolver at the start of the film.

Colt Single Action Army 7 1/2" Cavalry - .45 Long Colt.
One of LaHood's thugs kills cattle with his Cavalry Single Action Army.

Rifles & Carbines

Sharps 1874

Hull Barret (Michael Moriarty) carries a Sharps 1874 rifle, referred to as a "Buffalo Gun" in the film.

Sharps 1874 - .45-70.
Hull holding his Sharps 1874.
Hull with his Sharps 1874.
Hull shoots Coy LaHood (Richard Dysart) with his Sharps.
Hull watches Preacher leave.

Trapdoor Springfield 1873 Carbine

Josh LaHood (Chris Penn) tries to shoot Preacher (Clint Eastwood) with a Trapdoor Springfield 1873 Saddle Ring Carbine but is disarmed by Club (Richard Kiel) before he can fire.

Trapdoor Springfield 1873 Cavalry Carbine (Uberti Replica) - .45-70.
Josh peaks out the window at Preacher while holding his Trapdoor Springfield.
Josh aims his Trapdoor Springfield at Preacher.

Kentucky Flintlock Rifle

A Kentucky Flintlock Rifle is seen in the hands of one of the gold panners in the small town.

Kentucky Flintlock Rifle - .50, .45, or .36 caliber.
A town member with a Kentucky Rifle.

Winchester 1866 "Yellow Boy" (Mocked up as Henry 1860)

Coy LaHood (Richard Dysart) tries to shoot Preacher (Clint Eastwood) from his office with a Winchester 1866 "Yellow Boy" mocked up as a Henry 1860 by removing the forend, but is killed by Hull Barrett (Michael Moriarty) before he can fire.

Winchester 1866 "Yellow Boy" - .44 RF.
Henry 1860 - .44 RF.
Coy readies his Winchester 1866 "Yellow Boy" mocked up as a Henry 1860. Note the loading gate on receiver and lack of magazine slit and follower on the tube, indications that it is not a Henry.
Coy aims at Preacher.

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