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Scarecrows is a 1988 horror film that focuses on a group of paramilitary commandos who rob a bank and escape in a stolen cargo plane. When a member betrays his comrades and parachutes out with the money, his former comrades then give chase and stumble across an isolated farm teeming with scarecrows and strange incidents begin occurring. As the night wears on, it begins to become clear that that the scarecrows are alive.
The following weapons were used in the film Scarecrows:
The Uzi is the primary weapon of many of the robbers, used with several different types of attachments. Bert (B.J. Turner) and Roxanne (Kristina Sanborn) use basic Uzis without any "frills." The Uzi used by Curry (Michael David Simms) has a flashlight mounted underneath the barrel. The Uzi used by Jack (Richard Vidan) is equipped with a night-vision sniper scope. Numerous times, Jack and others will use the scope to search for things in the darkness (in lieu of night-vision goggles, despite owning some).
The robbers (primarily Bert and Curry) carry M1911 pistols for sidearms.
High Standard Model 10B
Corbin (Ted Vernon) uses High Standard Model 10B equipped with a flashlight. Corbin, a devout Christian, blesses his ammunition. Consequently, his shotgun is the only firearm to actually damage or kill the scarecrows. When Corbin is injured, Kellie (Victoria Christian) uses the shotgun against the scarecrows.
Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snubnose
Al (David James Campbell) keeps a nickel snubnose Smith & Wesson Model 19 with pearl grips in its holster hidden under his seat aboard the plane. It's never seen too clearly outside of the holster and Al gets killed by the scarecrows before getting to use it.
M67 "Baseball" Grenade
An M67 "Baseball" Grenade is used by Bert (B.J. Turner) to try and blow up the plane at the beginning, but Corbin (Ted Vernon) throws it out and it explodes in midair. In the climax, one of these is used to kill the possessed Al (David James Campbell).