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Shaft's Big Score!
Shaft's Big Score! is the 1972 sequel to 1971's Shaft. The sequel was directed by Gordon Parks and Richard Roundtree returns as John Shaft, who has to deal with large sum of missing mob money and the murder of a personal friend. Roundtree would then return in 1973's Shaft in Africa and then in the 2000 and 2019 sequels.
The following weapons were used in the film Shaft's Big Score!:
Smith & Wesson Model 36
Instead of using a Colt Detective Special like in the previous film, John Shaft (Richard Roundtree) uses a nickel Smith & Wesson Model 36 with pearl grips throughout this film.
Colt Detective Special
Some of Gus Mascola's (Joseph Mascolo) thugs carry blued Colt Detective Specials. They are also used by the hitmen disguised as flowermen sent to kill Shaft.
High Standard Model 10
During the finale, Shaft uses a High Standard Model 10 shotgun with a shoulder strap, which he keeps behind a row of fake books in his apartment.
One of the gangsters chasing Shaft in the helicopter carries an original M16 assault rifle.
Smith & Wesson M76
While the helicopter is chasing Shaft, The gangster's M16 Assault Rifle changes to a Smith & Wesson M76 Submachine gun.
Colt Model 1903 Hammerless
Pascal (Joe Santos) shoots Kelly during the deal and pursues Shaft through the shipyard with a Colt Model 1903.
Smith & Wesson Escort
Kelly carries a Smith & Wesson Escort when meeting Mescola, which Pascal (Joe Santos) calls "A lousy .25". Rita (Kathy Imrie) also uses this pistol to fire at Capt. Bollin (Julius Harris).
One of Willy's (Drew Bundini Brown) men is briefly seen with a Colt Woodsman holstered in his pants.