Pulp Fiction

Honey Bunny's (Amanda Plummer) Hero Smith & Wesson Centennial Model 40

Stock #37516

Honey Bunny's (Amanda Plummer) Hero Smith & Wesson Centennial Model 40 from Quentin Tarantino's 1994 cult crime classic, Pulp Fiction. This firearm can be seen brandished by Honey Bunny during the film's opening scene, and later the final scene, as she and her lover Ringo (Tim Roth) hold up a diner. This functioning revolver features a hammerless design with a unique grip safety. Based off of the "J-frame," the Centennial model was introduced in 1952 and was named for the company's 100th anniversary.

Due to production use, this item features minor scuffs to the metal, however it remains in excellent condition and includes a copy of the rental paperwork from when it was issued to the production. *Please note that as this item is a firearm, purchase will require the piece to be transferred through an authorized licensed firearms dealer with the proper paperwork. Restrictions may apply, and vary by location. This firearm can be imported to the United Kingdom, however it will require deactivation at a further cost. Please inquire for details prior to purchase. easter

Certificate of Authenticity This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.

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