Navy Arms 1875 Schofield The Smith & Wesson Schofield wasn't as popular as the Colt back in 1875, but the clone became popular after one was featured in the Clint Eastwood movie "Unforgiven." The gun loads by swinging down the hinged barrel, which activates the ejector rod that, in turn, pops out all six shells at once. New Cowboy Guns Of The Old West -
SMITH WESSON MODEL 29: This pistol was used by Clint Eastwood in Dirty Harry and Magnum Force (1972). It was a gift from Eastwood and Warner Brothers to film writer/director John Milius, who wrote significant parts of Dirty Harry and is credited with writing the screen play for Magnum Force. The pistol received notoriety as being the "most powerful handgun in the world" and prompted civilian Model 29 purchases to skyrocket following the film's success.