|| United States
||George Tillman Jr.
Castle Rock Entertainment
Faster is a 2010 action film starring Dwayne Johnson as an ex-con who sets out to avenge the death of his brother (Matt Gerald) after they were double-crossed during a heist years ago. During his campaign of revenge, he's tracked by a veteran cop (Billy Bob Thornton) and an egocentric hit man (Oliver Jackson-Cohen).
The following weapons were used in the film Faster:
WARNING! MAJORS SPOILERS AHEAD!
Killer (Oliver Jackson-Cohen) uses a 3rd Gen Glock 21 with a custom carbon fiber pattern frame as his sidearm for a good portion of the film. While the director of the film referred to the pistol as a "Glock Model 22" in an interview, the weapon is in fact a -21, as evidenced when Killer is seen loading the magazine with .45 ACP ammunition. The Glock 21 from this movie was later seen in Season 2 of Ray Donovan.
Rubber prop model of Glock 21 used in film - 10mm. Note the prop is molded from a 2nd Gen model, unlike the 3rd Gen used for live fire.
Killer shoots glass bottles with his Glock 21.
Killer's Glock 21 laid out. Note custom frame pattern.
Killer holds his Glock 21 on Driver.
Note the large bore diameter.
In the alternate ending, Killer loads and brass checks his Glock 21. These are clearly .45 ACP rounds, confirming identity of the pistol as a Glock 21.
Killer fires the last shot in his Glock 21 in the alternate ending. Note, the slide returns to full battery.
It then magically locks empty, as movie guns tend to do when it's most unfortunate.
Cop (Billy Bob Thornton) carries a 2nd Gen Glock 22 as his sidearm in the film. In an interview with the director, he describes it as "Glock Model 20", perhaps confusing it with Killer's weapon, which is in fact a Glock 21. The Glock 22 in this movie was one of the same guns originally bought for U.S. Marshals.
Cop with his Glock 22 at the ready.
Cop slowly approaches Driver in the hospital.
The Glock 22 quivers in Cop's hand.
Cop holds his Glock 22 on Killer.
Heckler & Koch P30
A Heckler & Koch P30 is used by Killer (Oliver Jackson-Cohen), fitted with a sound suppressor.
Heckler & Koch P30 - 9mm.
Lily takes a Heckler & Koch P30 out of the armory.
Heckler & Koch P30 w/ Suppressor - 9x19mm
Killer affixes a suppressor to his Heckler & Koch P30.
Killer loads his H&K P30.
Killer fires his H&K P30 at Driver. Note large muzzle flash, which a real-life suppresor would dampen significantly.
The H&K P30 trembles in Killer's hands.
Killer with his H&K P30 at the ready.
Heckler & Koch USP
A full sized two-toned Heckler & Koch USP (caliber unknown) is seen in Killer's (Oliver Jackson-Cohen) armory, being taken by his girlfriend, Lily (Maggie Grace). Killer is later seen cleaning this same USP.
Heckler & Koch USP-45 two-toned - .45 ACP.
A Heckler & Koch USP with a polished chrome slide inside the armory.
The USP in Killer's case, along with his Glock 21, Beretta 92FS, spare magazines, binoculars, and knives (makes unknown).
(The Push knife at the bottom of the case looks like a Cold Steel Safe Maker II)
(The 2 fixed blades appear to be Busse and/or Swamprat knives)
Killer rubs down the USP with a towel.
Kimber Ultra Raptor
A sub-compact Stainless Kimber Ultra Raptor is seen used by Killer's girlfriend Lily (Maggie Grace) during their honeymoon, and is stored in the armory along with the other weapons. She is also seen shooting bottles at the same honeymoon location with it in the alternate ending.
Kimber Stainless Ultra Raptor - .45 ACP.
Lily aiming her Kimber Stainless Ultra Raptor in a promotional still of the alternate ending. Note visible Kimber logo on slide.
Kimber Stainless Ultra Raptor in the armory, circled in red.
Kimber Stainless Ultra Raptor in the armory, circled in red.
Lily firing and reloading her Kimber Stainless Ultra Raptor at her honeymoon.
Lily firing her Kimber Stainless Ultra Raptor during the alternate ending.
A Beretta 92FS is one of the pistols seen in Killer's armory.
A news report features a stock footage image of a police officer aiming a Beretta 92FS.
Beretta 92FS in the armory, circled in red.
Beretta 92FS in Killer's case, circled in red.
Beretta 92FS locked back, on the right.
The Telemarketer (Courtney Gains) and The Evangelist (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje) both use M1911A1 pistols when they take down the bank robbers.
Pre-war Colt M1911A1 - .45 ACP.
Telemarketer holds an M1911A1 on Driver's brother.
A clearer shot of the M1911A1.
An M1911A1 in Telemarketer's hand.
Two shots of the M1911A1 in Telemarketer's hand.
Springfield Armory Tactical Response Pistol (TRP)
A Springfield Armory Tactical Response Pistol (TRP) is seen in Killer's armory.
Springfield Armory Tactical Response Pistol (TRP) - .45 ACP.
Springfield Armory Tactical Response Pistol (TRP) in the armory, circled in red.
Springfield Armory TRP right, circled in red.
An FN Five-seveN pistol is seen in Killer's armory.
FN Five-seveN - 5.7x28mm.
An FN Five-seveN in the armory, circled in red.
Smith & Wesson 5904
Two Smith & Wesson 5904 pistols, one early and one later model, are seen in Killer's armory.
Early Model Smith & Wesson 5904 - 9mm. This has the finger step contoured trigger guard that would later be replaced by the round trigger guard.
Late Model Smith & Wesson 5904 - 9mm. The early model 5904 pistols had the finger step trigger guard, but S&W changed it to the rounded trigger guard for "ease of production".
Two Smith & Wesson 5904s in the armory, the late model to the left, the early model to the right.
Early model S&W 5904, right.
Smith & Wesson SW99
A Smith & Wesson SW99 pistol is seen in Killer's armory.
Smith & Wesson SW99 - 9mm.
A Smith & Wesson SW99 in the armory, circled in red.
Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan
Driver (Dwayne Johnson) uses a 2.5" barreled Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan throughout the movie. The unfluted cylinder indicates that it is chambered for the .454 Casull cartridge or the .480 Ruger. However the .480 Ruger model has been discontinued, and shots in the film confirm it is loaded with .454 Casull rounds.
Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan - .45 Long Colt and .454 Casull.
Driver With the Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan in a promotional still.
Driver's Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan hidden under his seat. Note hollowpoint ammunition.
Driver checks the load in his Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan. Note that the shells are marked "WIN .454 CASULL".
Driver kills "Old Guy" (John Cirigliano
) with a shot to the head. This shot looked promising in film trailers, but motion blur took some of the quality out of this shot.
Driver opens fire on Killer (Oliver Jackson-Cohen
), the tremendous firepower of the .454 Casull rounds decimating the wall he uses for cover.
Driver reloads with a speedloader.
Driver's Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan next to a picture of him and his brother (Matt Gerald
Killer holding Driver's Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan, providing an excellent close-up.
Smith & Wesson Model 15 Snub
A 2" Smith & Wesson Model 15 snub revolver is used to shoot Driver in the back of the head during the flashback where his brother is killed.
Smith & Wesson Model 15 2" Snub - .38 Special.
A Smith & Wesson Model 15 Snub is held to Driver's head during retrieved footage on TV.
Driver is shot in the back of the head.
Driver being shot with the Smith & Wesson Model 15. The shooter's face is pixelated to avoid plot spoilers.
Driver takes a .38 to the head like a champ.
Heckler & Koch MP5A2
A Heckler & Koch MP5A2 fitted with a Harris bipod and a scope is seen being reassembled by the Killer's girlfriend Lily (Maggie Grace) in a deleted scene.
Heckler & Koch MP5A2 - 9mm.
Lily attaches the lower and upper receivers together.
Lily attaches the stock...
... and locks it in place with the pin.
Finally, Lily attaches a scope. One could question the effectiveness of a high-power scope and bipod on a CQB to mid-ranged submachine gun.
A Heckler & Koch MP5A3 Navy fitted with a tri-rail forend and an M68 Aimpoint scope is seen in The Killer's armory.
Heckler & Koch MP5-N with Navy trigger group, threaded muzzle, railed handguard, RIS foregrip, and M68 Aimpoint red dot scope - 9x19mm
Heckler & Koch MP5A3-N circled in red.
Heckler & Koch HK416
A Heckler & Koch HK416 fitted with a Leupold CQ/T scope and Harris bipod is seen in Killer's armory.
Heckler & Koch HK416 w/ 10" barrel - 5.56x45mm.
Heckler & Koch HK416 circled in red.
Remington 700 AICS
A Remington 700 AICS fitted with a Harris bipod and a sound suppressor is taken out of the Killer's armory by Lily (Maggie Grace), but never used.
Remington 700 in AICS 2.0 stock with Harris bipod and 10 round magazine - 7.62x51mm NATO
Lily picks up the Remington 700 AICS.
Mossberg 500 "Cruiser"
A Mossberg 500 "Cruiser" is seen used by one of the bank robbers in a flashback.
Mossberg 500 "Cruiser" sans heat shield - 12 Gauge.
A robber wielding a Mossberg 500 "Cruiser"
Stoeger IGA Coach Shotgun
A Stoeger IGA Coach Shotgun with the stock sawed off is briefly seen used by Driver's Brother (Matt Gerald) during the flashback bank robbery.
Stoeger IGA Coach Shotgun - 12 Gauge.
Driver's brother holds his Stoeger IGA Coach shotgun on a hostage in the bank.
Curiously, in early trailers of the film, muzzle flash and gunfire were edited into the footage.
A Remington 870 with a synthetic stock and extended magazine tube is used by one of the shooters that takes down the bank robbers.
Remington 870 w/ synthetic stock and extended magazine tube - 12 Gauge.
"Old Guy" (John Cirigliano
) follows the shooter with a Remington 870, filming with a camcorder.
The shooter runs with his Remington 870.
Weapons in the film that are unidentifiable as of now.
A guard in the prison tower armed with an unknown long arm.
Driver's father holding an unknown rifle in a photograph.