The following weapons were used in the film Balls of Fury:
Agent Rodriguez's (George Lopez) handgun is a SIG-Sauer P225. He only used it once throughout the film when after waking up from a nightmare, and firing three shots at the bedframe just above Randy Daytona's (Dan Fogler's) head.
Randy pulls Agent Rodriguez's P225 from his coat, convinced that it is fake.
Agent Rodriguez shooting his SIG-Sauer P225 blindly above Randy.
Agent Rodriguez holding his SIG-Sauer P225, after almost shooting Randy.
"You wanna pop off a few rounds? Always makes me feel better..."
When Randy shoots off Agent Rodriguez's sidearm nearby FBI Agents draw their SIG-Sauer P229s on Randy.
FBI Agents draw their weapons on Randy.
Agent Rodriguez (George Lopez) uses a IMI Uzi when trying to escape with Randy (Dan Fogler), and the others from Feng's (Christopher Walken) hideout.
An IMI Uzi sub-machine gun.
"You wanna play rough? OK!
Several Beretta M12s are seen on Feng's guards. The Mob Boss (David Proval) also handles one.
"Me, Bonnie, and the Chinese broad are taking off"
One of Feng's (Christopher Walken) guards holds a Custom AKMS with him in the bathroom scene, before Agent Rodriguez (George Lopez) knocks him out. Also several are seen on Feng's guards during the ending shoot-out.
Custom AKMS with shortened barrel
Two of Feng's guards both armed with custom shortened AKMSs
One of Feng's guards holding a Custom shortened AKMS
Another one of Feng's guards (Masi Oka
) holding a Custom shortened AKMS.(actually a rubber prop)
Sten Mk II
A few of Feng's men are armed with Sten Mk II submachine guns.
Feng has an arsenal of AKMs in his armory.
One of Feng's men with an AKM
Fengs armory is partly comprised of M16A2s.
Randy picks up and attempts to rack the slide on a Type 77 pistol but ends up breaking it.
Heckler & Koch MP5A2
Several Heckler & Koch MP5A2s can be seen in Feng's armory.
Heckler & Koch UMP
One FBI SWAT agent uses an Heckler & Koch UMP during the raid on Feng's hideout.
A Heckler & Koch UMP (.45
A FBI SWAT (on the left
) holding his Heckler & Koch UMP.
A UMP with an aimpoint fitted on it.
M203PI grenade launcher
The M203 grenade launcher is used by the FBI during the attack on Feng's tournament.
Schematic of the early model of the standalone version of the M203PI which differs from current production models by having a sliding stock and ventilated sighting rib, and lacking a MIL-STD-1913 rail.
Feng's Armory is partly composed of M4A1 Carbines, Several of the FBI SWAT Agents are seen carrying M4A1 Carbines during the raid on Feng's hideout.
A FBI SWAT Agent (on the right
) holding his M4A1 Carbine at the ready.
Feng's Arsenal contains a large amount of handguns, feel free to identify what you can in the caption.
Milkor MGL Mk 1L
Feng (Christopher Walken) uses a Milkor MGL Mk 1L (MGL-140) grenade launcher to hold up Randy (Dan Fogler) and the sex slaves, during their escape from Feng's hideout.
Fun Fact: Christopher Walken's placement on the stairs changed during the filming of this scene.
Milkor MGL Mk 1L grenade launcher fitted with Armson OEG reflex sight - 40x46mm
Feng holding Randy and the others from escaping, with his M32 MGL grenade launcher.
Another view of Feng's M32 MGL grenade launcher.
Feng started to manufacture polymer guns in the movie. Feng (Christopher Walken) used one to shoot a radio playing Randy's (Dan Fogler) Def Leppard CD during the final match.
Feng shoots Randy's boombox
"We're missing Antiques Roadshow
A woman working for Feng fires a Sig-Sauer P230.
The woman to the right can be seen firing a SIG-Sauer P230
Several of Feng's men utilize the Remington 870 (Identified as a Remington 870 by it's endcap -which is hidden by the muzzleflash in this shot)
Remington 870 Police Magnum Riot Shotgun
Two of Feng's men blast away at the attacking FBI helicopter.
When coming to the distress call sent out by Agent Rodriguez (George Lopez), FBI members infiltrate Feng's (Christopher Walken) hideout. The FBI SWAT leader uses a Beretta 92SB (mocked up as a Beretta M93R) with extended magazine and barrel as a side-arm.
FBI SWAT leader holding his Beretta 92SB
. (Note the rounded trigger guard showing that it's a Beretta 92SB instead of a 92FS)
Another view of the Beretta 92SB in the hands of the Commanding Officer.