Ricco (original Italian title Un tipo con una faccia strana ti cerca per ucciderti (A guy with a strange face looking for you to kill you); also released in English as Ricco the Mean Machine and Cauldron of Death) is an Italian-Spanish English language 1973 crime drama directed by Tulio Demicheli. The boss of Turin mafia is killed by his rivals. Two years later his son Ricco (Christopher Mitchum) is released from prison and now plans to avenge his father's death.
The following weapons were used in the film Ricco:
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Star Model A
Star Model A pistols are widely used by the criminals (it is possibly the same movie prop). In the opening scene Don Vito (Arthur Kennedy) uses a Star to finish Gaspare Aversi. Later Cyrano (Eduardo Fajardo) uses a suppressed Star. The pistol has a curved mainspring housing in M1911A1 style that matches 1931 version of Model A.
Some of Don Vito's henchmen carry Walther P38 pistols.
Some of Don Vito's henchmen carry Arminius HW-10 revolvers. When Ricco escapes from Don Vito's estate, he disarms a henchman and uses his revolver.
Revolvers that are seen in hands of Don Vito's henchmen resemble Smith & Wesson Military & Police or some of its Spanish counterparts but as they are seen only in darkness, a positive identification is hampered.
Bolt Action Sniper Rifle
In one scene The Marsigliese (Jose Maria Caffarel), Don Vito's partner in crime business, holds a bolt action rifle with sniper scope. Ricco (Christopher Mitchum) disarms him in brawl and uses the rifle as a club.