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Romanzo criminale - La serie - Season 1

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Romanzo criminale - La serie - Season 1 (2008-2009)

The following weapons were used in Season 1 of the television series Romanzo criminale - La serie (TV Series):


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Revolvers

Kimar Competitive

Dandi uses an Kimar Competitive in episode 8.

Kimar Competitive - .380 Knall
Dandi holds the Kimar Competitive; note the placement of the screws.
Dandi holds the Kimar Competitive.
A close-up shot of the Kimar Competitive.

Smith & Wesson Model 15

Sergio Buffoni uses a snub-nose Smith & Wesson Model 15 in episode 1. Dandi uses a Smith & Wesson Model 15 in episode 2. Maurizio Gemito (Simone Mori) uses an Smith & Wesson Model 15 during the shootout in episode 7.

Smith & Wesson Model 15 w/ 2" barrel - .38 Special
Buffoni points the gun at Libanese.
A good side shot of the Smith & Wesson Model 15.
Dandi holds the Smith & Wesson Model 15 during the robbery.
Gemito open the chamber of the Smith & Wesson Model 15.
A close-up shot of Gemito's Smith & Wesson Model 15.

Smith & Wesson Model 36

Scrocchiazeppi (Riccardo De Filippis) uses an Smith & Wesson Model 36 in episode 1. Bufalo uses a Smith & Wesson Model 36 in episode 10.

Smith & Wesson Model 36 w/ nickel-plated finish - .38 Special
Scrocchiazeppi fires the Smith & Wesson Model 36 into the air during the kidnapping in episode 1.
Note its compact size and short barrel.
A closer look at the Model 36
Bufalo plays Russian roulette with a waiter.

Taurus Model 66

In a continuity error, Scrocchiazeppi's Model 36 changes to what appears to be a Taurus Model 66 in episode 1.

Taurus Model 66 w/ 4" barrel and blued finish - .357 Magnum
The weapons appears to have adjustable rear sights.
Scrocchiazeppi holds the Taurus Model 66 after reaching the hideout.

Pistols

Beretta M1934

What appears to be a Beretta M1934 isused by Bufalo in episode 1. In episode 10, the neo-fascists borrow several pistols from the gang, two of them appear to be Beretta M1934 pistols, considering the size and iconic style of Beretta pistols (The dialog claims four berettas were borrowed).

Beretta M1934 - .380 ACP
Beretta M1934 w/ stainless steel finish - .380 ACP
Bufalo points the gun at Canizzaro
The weapon is seen up close, note the hammer
Bufalo holds the gun
The guns are seen on the table.
Freddo takes a pistol from the table after hearing a knock on the door.
Note: In a continuity error, the Beretta M1934 held by Freddo in this scene is replaced by a Beretta M1951.

Beretta M1951

The Beretta M1951 is used by various characters on episode 1. A security guard uses a Beretta M1951 during the bank robbery in episode 8. A Beretta M1951 is among the weapons borrowed by the neofascists in episode 10 (The dialog claims four berettas were borrowed). Later in the same episode a Beretta M1951 is seen next to the corpse. A gunman uses an Beretta M1951 in episode 11.

Beretta M1951 - 9x19mmm Parabellum
Libanese holds the Beretta.
Freddo points the gun at Libanese.
Dandi holds the gun.
Dandi points the gun at Freddo. Note the safety and the screw above the trigger guard.
Freddo lowers his gun.
Freddo points the gun at Canizzaro
The security guard draws the pistol from his ankle holster. Note that the Beretta M1951 is a rather large pistol and would be impractical to carry in this manner.
The security guard falls to the ground after being shot. For some reason he is wearing a second empty holster on his hip.
Nero inspects the Beretta.
Freddo answers the door, with a M1951 in hand.
The Beretta M1951 is seen on the floor.
The gunman's weapon jams.
The gunman clears the jam.
A closer look at the Beretta.
the hammer appears to be cocked and partially obscure by his hand.

Beretta Model 70

Libanese uses a Beretta Model 70 during a hit in episode 10; he later hands it over to Freddo and Dandi who shoot the corpse to leave a message.

Beretta Model 70 - .32 ACP
Libanese fires the Beretta Model 70.
Note the unique Model 70 trigger guard.
Freddo hands over the pistol to Dandi.
Dandi reluctantly shoots the corpse.

Beretta 92SB-C

Shangai's bodyguard uses what appears to be a Beretta 92SB-C in episode 3. It is anachronistic since it was introduced in 1981 and the episode takes place in 1978.

Beretta 92SB-C - 9x19mm Parabellum
The bodyguard holds the pistol, note the brown grips.
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Beretta 92FS

Freddo uses a Beretta 92FS in the shootout in episode 7. What appears to be the same Beretta is used by Nero (Emiliano Coltorti) in episode 9. Nero uses an Beretta 92 with two-tone finish during the bank robbery in episode 8. It is anachronistic since it was introduced in 1984; although it might be standing in for the earlier Beretta 92.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm Parabellum
The variant used on the series appears to have target sights.
Freddo fires the gun.
Beretta 92FS w/ suppressor - 9x19mm Parabellum
Nero fires the pistol. Note that it has been fitted with a suppressor.
Nero sticks the pistol into his waistband.
Beretta 92FS w/ reverse two-tone (inox frame and blued slide) - 9x19mm Parabellum
Nero holds the two-tone Beretta 92FS.
It could also be a PT92, as Taurus also offers these pistols with a two-tone reverse finish.

Browning Hi-Power

Bufalo uses a Browning Hi-Power in episode 1. The same gun is later used by a police officer in episode 10.

Classic Commercial Browning Hi-Power (Belgian manufacture) - 9x19mm Parabellum
Bufalo holds the gun during a kidnapping; note the dent in the slide.
The police officer holds the Hi-Power.
The police officer holds the Hi-Power; note that it seems to have the same dent in the slide.

Bruni M1911

The Bruni 1911 is used by multiple characters. Commissioner Scialoja (Marco Bocci) uses it in episode 9. Patrizia (Daniela Virgilio) uses one in episode 10. An Bruni 96 is used by a police officer in episode 10. Puma (Ivano De Matteo) uses an Bruni M1911 in episode 11.

Bruni M1911 - 8mm Blank
Dandi dual wields his Bruni 1911 and the P38.
Comissioner Scialoja points his pistol at the secret service agents. Note his shooting stance; which would have been very unusual for a police officer in that period (it appears to be inspired by the modern center axis relock stance).
Patrizia threatens Bufalo with her M1911 replica.
Note the lack of the two screws on the grip, the sights, and the distinctive marks on the slide that identified it as a Bruni replica.
The Bruni M1911 can be seen in his waistband.
The police officer holds the Bruni M1911.
Dandi disarms Puma with a bottle

Bruni 96

Freddo uses a Bruni 96 in episode 7.

Bruni 96 - 8mm Blank
Freddo threatens a witness with the pistol.
Terribile's bodyguard carries the pistol

Colt M1911A1

In a continuity error Bufalo's Hi-Power turns into an an M1911-style pistol. Freddo uses an Colt M1911A1 in episode 5. M1911 style pistols are used by police in some episodes.

Colt M1911A1 - .45 ACP
Freddo holds the M1911A1.
Freddo surrenders to the police.
Dandi holds an M1911 during the kidnapping
Bufalo points the gun at Baron Rosselini
The police officer holds the gun

M1911-style Pistols

Fredddo uses an M1911 style pistol in episode 1; the scene is seen again in a flashback in episode 4. Remo Gemito (Alberto Gasbarri) uses a similar style pistol during the shootout in episode 7.

Freddo shoots Canizzaro
A closer look at the gun
Freddo holds the gun
For comparison: Colt Goverment Model - .45 ACP
Gemito fires the pistol
Gemito is ran over by Libanese
The gun is seen up close

SIG-Sauer P226

What appears to be an anachronistic SIG-Sauer P226 is used by one of the Bordini brothers in episode 11.

SIG-Sauer P226 - 9x19mm Parabellum
Bordini holds the P226.
Bordini fires the P226.
Bordini flees the crime scene.
The Bordinis attempt to draw their gun.

Tanfoglio TZ-75

One of the Canizzaro brothers uses what appears to be a Tanfoglio TZ-75 in episode 1. It is anachronistic since it was introduced in 1981 and the episode takes place in the 1970s, although it may be standing in for the CZ-75, which the TZ-75 is based on.

Tanfoglio TZ-75 "Pre-88" with chrome finish - 9x19mm Parabellum
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Walther PPK

Libanese uses what appears to be a Walther PPK throughout the series.

Walther PPK - .32 ACP
The weapon is seen up close
Libanese realizes someone brokes into his home
Libanese racks the slide
A good shot of the grips.
Libanese threatens Gemito.

Walther P38

The Walther P38 is used by multiple characters. Sardo (Antonio Gerardi) carries one in episode 3. Trentadenari (Orlando Cinque) uses a P38 in episode 7. Nero uses a P38 with dark grips in episode 8. When the neofascists return the borrowed guns in episode 10, one of the missing Berettas is replaced with a Walther P38.

Walther P38 - 9x19mm Parabellum
Dandi disarms Sardo
Dandi dual wields his Bruni 1911 and the P38.
Trentadenari holds the P38.
Nero threatens Libanese with the P38.
Buffoni realizes this is not the same gun that was borrowed.

Walther P99

A young Freddo (Umberto Morelli) uses an anachronistic Walther P99 during a flashback in episode 6.

Walther P99 - 9x19mm Parabellum
Freddo commits his first robbery.
A good shot of the Walther P99 silhouette.

Unknown Pistols

The old man uses an unknown pistol in episode 1.

The old man shooots the thug in the knee
The old man holds the gun
The old man finishes off the thug

Ruggero Buffoni uses what appears to be a Beretta 92 variant in episode 1.

Buffoni threatens Bufalo.
The pistol is seen up close.

One of Shangai's bodyguards uses an unknown pistol in episode 3.

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Maurizio Gemito draws what appears to be a Beretta 92 variant in episode 9, it's only briefly seen.

Gemito draws the gun
The pistol is seen up close.
The gun is seen in his waistband.

An unknown pistol is used by a gunman in the season finale. It's probably a Smith & Wesson style pistol.

The gunman fires the gun
The gun is seen up close, note the stovepipe jam
The gunman approaches Libanese

Shotguns

Beretta Model RS-202

A police officer uses an anachronistic Beretta Model RS-202 in episode 10.

Beretta RS-202 M2 - 12 gauge
The heat shield and muzzle can be seen in this shot.
The police officer holds the shotgun during the raid.

Franchi PA7

Freddo (Vinicio Marchioni) uses a Franchi PA7 in episode 9.

Franchi PA7 - 12 gauge
Freddo threatens the secret service agents.
Close-up shot of the Franchi PA7.

Double-Barreled Percussion Shotgun

A Percussion Shotgun is seen during Professor Sargeni's lecture in episode 9.

Double-Barreled Percussion Shotgun - 10 gauge
Sargeni gives a lecture on his plans for a new fascist regime.
The Double-Barreled Percussion Shotgun is seen up close.
A better shot that helps identify the weapon as a Double-Barreled Percussion Shotgun.

Sawed-Off Double Barreled Shotgun

Libanese uses a Sawed-Off Double Barreled Shotgun in episode 2. Sergio Buffoni (Lorenzo Renzi) appears to use the same shotgun in episode 7. This style of shotgun, known in Italian as lupara, is considered a classic Mafia weapon.

Sawed-off Zabala Shotgun used by The Skull (Geno Silva) in Scarface - 12 gauge
Libanese robs the car dealership.
The shotgun is seen in Buffoni's waistband.
Buffoni holds the shotgun.

Dandi (Alessandro Roja) uses a sawed-off double barrel shotgun in episode 9; it appears to be a different gun.

Dandi threatens the secret service agents.


Submachine Guns

Beretta M12

A police officer uses a Beretta M12 in episode 10.

Beretta M12 - 9x19mm
The police officer holds the M12.

IMI Uzi

Fierolocchio (Mauro Meconi) uses an IMI Uzi in episode 7.

IMI Uzi with buttstock extended - 9x19mm Parabellum
Fierolocchio holds the Uzi with his finger on the trigger. Note that he is using the shoulder stock (unlike many depictions of the weapon in media).
The Uzi is seen up close. Note that the bolt is closed, which means the weapon would not be able to fire without being cocked first.

IMI Micro Uzi

Bufalo use a Micro Uzi in episode 7. It is anachronistic since it was introduced in 1986 and the episode takes place in the 1970s.

IMI Micro Uzi with 32-round magazine - 9x19mm Parabellum
Bufalo holds the Uzi.

Ingram MAC-10

Ruggero Buffoni (Edoardo Pesce) uses a MAC-10 with the stock removed in episode 7.

Ingram MAC-10 w/ stock removed - .45 ACP
Buffoni holds the MAC-10.
The weapon is seen up close. Note that the bolt is closed, which means the weapon would not be able to fire without being cocked first.

Sa vz. 61 Skorpion

Libanese (Francesco Montanari) uses a Sa vz. 61 Skorpion.

Sa vz. 61 Škorpion - .32 ACP
Libanese fires the Skorpion into the air during the kidnapping in episode 1.
The Skorpion is seen up close; the position of the charging handle indicates it's empty.
Libanese holds the Skorpion after reaching the hideout.
Terribile's bodyguard uses a Skorpion in episode 7.
Libanese retrieves the Skorpion from under the bar.
A closeup of the Skorpion firing
Libanese guns down the Bordinis

Rifles

AKS-47

Bufalo (Andrea Sartoretti) use an AKS-47 in episode 7.

Type 3 AKS-47 with stock folded - 7.62x39mm
Bufalo holds the rifle.
Note the open front sight which identifies it as an AKS (rather than the Chinese Type 56).

Beretta BM59

A police officer uses a Beretta BM59 to fire a rifle grenade during the riots in episode 1.

Beretta BM59 - 7.62x51mm NATO
Beretta BM59 with 22mm gas grenade
The policeman aims the rifle; note the rifle grenade attached to muzzle. It is larger and has a slightly different shape from the real gas grenade; so it is probably a mock up.
The policeman fires the grenade.


Other

Bag of guns

Libanese buys a bag of guns from Terribile in episode 1. The dialog says it has "Three Skorpions, four Tanfoglios and a couple of Berettas".

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Bullets

Two bullets are recovered from a dead body in episode 11.

Scialoja examines the evidence
Scialoja compares one of the bullets to a bullet from another crime scene in the season finale

Airguns

A number of airguns are seen at an amusement park in episode 4.

The air gun is fired.
A perfect side shot of the Beretta air gun.
A distant shot of the Beretta air gun as Freddo arrives at the amusement park.
The Beretta air gun is seen on the table.
A close-up shot of the Beretta air gun.
Freddo loses interest after a flashback to the first episode

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