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Total Western is a 2000 French crime movie directed by Eric Rochant. A criminal Gérard Bédécarrax aka Bédé (Samuel Le Bihan) is hiding with a large sum of cash after his boss is killed by rival mobsters. Bédé's hiding place is a reformative school for young criminals in the French countryside. But cruel Ludo (Jean-Pierre Kalfon) and his henchmen are on the trail.
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
The following weapons were used in the film Total Western:
Beretta 92FS pistols are used by various characters, including Bédé (Samuel Le Bihan), Ludo Daes (Jean-Pierre Kalfon) and his henchmen, and George's (Martial Odone) drug dealers. Maybe the pistols are not original Beretta but French-manufactured PAMAS G1.
Ludo's (Jean-Pierre Kalfon) second firearm is a Beretta 93R. In one scene he fires Beretta 93R and Beretta 92FS akimbo.
Colt Combat Elite
In the opening scene José (Marc Andréoni), a nervous nephew of Bédé's boss, plays with his two-tone pistol that appears to be a Colt Combat Elite.
In one scene Aliocha (Emmanuel Avena), one of Ludo's henchmen, is seen with an M1911-style pistol.
Colt Government Model
The Colonel (Jean-Marie Winling) carries an M1911-style pistol that seems to be a Colt Government Model or something like it. He gives it to one of the members of his paintball club.
During the climactic shootout Farida (Kahena Saighi) takes a pistol from the trunk of Ludo's car. In the final scene she gives the pistol to Bédé (Samuel Le Bihan). It is supposed to be some model of SIG-Sauer P220 pistol series, most likely a SIG-Sauer P226.
Heckler & Koch MP5K
In the opening scene one of George's drug dealers (Patrick Rombi) is armed with a Heckler & Koch MP5K.
An FN P90 is The Colonel's (Jean-Marie Winling) personal weapon.
An SMG that appears to be an Uzi with removed stock is seen in the trunk on Ludo's car together with some firearms and ammunition. It is not used in action.
When the members of The Colonel's (Jean-Marie Winling) paintball club throw away paintball markers in favor of real guns, one of them is armed with a Winchester Model 1912 Field Gun with sawn-off barrel and pistol grip.
When the members of The Colonel's (Jean-Marie Winling) paintball club throw away paintball markers in favor of real guns, one of them is armed with a Mossberg 500 pump action shotgun.
Due to a continuity error, the Mossberg 500 shotgun later switches to another one.
Galil 7.62 ARM
Vladimir (Albert Goldberg), one of Ludo's henchmen, is armed with a Galil 7.62 ARM with sniper scope.
A Galil MAR is a personal weapon of Ange (Marco Prince), Ludo's second-in-command. In the final scene Bédé (Samuel Le Bihan) uses Ange's gun.
SIG SG 552
Johan (Jo Prestia) and Aliocha (Emmanuel Avena), two other Ludo's henchmen, are armed with SIG SG 552 rifles. Bédé (Samuel Le Bihan) uses Johan's gun during the climactic shootout while Aliocha gives his gun to Ange (Marco Prince) after the latter lost his Galil MAR.
M16A2 (civilian model)
When the members of The Colonel's (Jean-Marie Winling) paintball club throw away paintball markers in favor of real guns, one of them (Nicky Naudé) is armed with an M16A2 (the lack of the flash hider probably means that it's some civilian version of this rifle).
Mk 2 hand grenade
During the climactic shootout Ludo (Jean-Pierre Kalfon) and Aliocha (Emmanuel Avena) use Mk 2 hand grenades.
F1 hand grenade
Several F1 hand grenades are seen in the trunk of Ludo's car. In the final scene Bédé (Samuel Le Bihan) uses some of them.
The members of The Colonel's paintball club carry painball markers. In one scene Moussa (Youssef Diawara) uses a marker as a weapon.