Clear and Present Danger
Clear and Present Danger is the 1994 feature film adaptation of the Tom Clancy bestseller of the same name and is a direct sequel to 1992's Patriot Games. Harrison Ford returns as CIA analyst Jack Ryan and the film was helmed by Patriot Games director Phillip Noyce. The Jack Ryan character was also featured in the films Patriot Games, The Hunt for Red October, The Sum of All Fears and Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit.
The following weapons were used in the film Clear and Present Danger:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Several members of the diplomatic security convoy as well as FBI Special Agent Dan Murray (Tim Grimm) in Colombia can be seen using SIG-Sauer P226 pistols in the scene where the convoy is ambushed. A P226 appears to also be the sidearm carried by Felix Cortez (Joaquim de Almeida).
FBI Special Agent Dan Murray (Tim Grimm
) draws his SIG-Sauer P226 when the FBI director's convoy is ambushed.
Murray fires his P226 as Ryan drives the SUV.
The Beretta 92FS is seen in the holster of a Coast Guard sailor and a drug cartel soldier when the Special Ops team blows up the underground drug factory/lab. The Beretta is also carried by members of the FBI director's security detail during the ambush.
A drug cartel soldier brandishes a Beretta 92FS.
The FBI director's bodyguard (Peter Weireter
) uses the Beretta during the ambush.
The bodyguard on the left fires the Beretta.
A bodyguard holds the Beretta as Ryan prepares to take the wounded director to the SUV.
The bodyguards fire their Berettas while going to the SUV.
John Clark (Willem Dafoe) can be seen with a Glock 17 with an extended barrel when threatening Jack Ryan in Colombia. Later, Clark is seen taking out a guard with his suppressed pistol.
Glock 17 2nd Generation - 9x19mm
Clark threatens Ryan. Here the extended barrel of the Glock is visible.
Clark is seen taking out a guard with his suppressed pistol.
Heckler & Koch USP
A Heckler & Koch USP is carried by one of Ernesto Escobedo's (Miguel Sandoval) henchmen as he disarms Cortez of his SIG P226 at the Cafe Lindo factory. Clear and Present Danger may be the first movie ever to feature this pistol (since the USP debuted in 1993, the same year that this movie was filmed and was released over a month prior to the 1994 film that also featured the pistol: Terminal Velocity).
Heckler & Koch USP - 9x19mm
A Heckler & Koch USP
is carried by one of Escobedo's henchmen as he disarms Cortez at the Cafe Lindo factory.
The cartel guard with the USP. Clear and Present Danger
may be the first movie ever to feature this pistol (since the USP debuted in 1993, the same year that this movie was filmed).
While disguised as motorcycle police officer, Cortez's right hand man Sipo (Jorge Luke) uses an M1911A1 to take out a real officer before the convoy ambush.
Pre-War Colt M1911A1 Pistol Commercial - .45 ACP
While disguised as motorcycle police officer, Cortez's right hand man Sipo (Jorge Luke
) uses an M1911A1
to take out a real officer before the convoy ambush.
Assault Rifles / Carbines
Olympic Arms OA-93
The Olympic Arms OA-93 is the peculiar looking "shortened" M16-like weapon carried by John Clark (Willem Dafoe) in the rescue mission.
Olympic Arms OA-93 - 5.56x45mm
Clark fires at one of the Cafe Lindo factory guards.
Colt AR-15 Sporter-1 Carbine (Mocked up as XM177-type Carbine)
Most of the Reciprocity-team including Captain Ramirez (Benjamin Bratt) can be seen carrying Colt AR-15 SP1 Carbines. The weapons can be identified as Sporter-1 carbines by their lack of forward assist and brass deflector on the upper receiver, and by their slab sided lower receiver with screw type pivot pin. The weapons appear to be fitted with XM177-style flash hiders, most likely a sleeve over the 16" Sporter barrel.
Colt AR-15 Sporter-1 Carbine converted into an XM177 lookalike by addition of a flash hider - 5.56x45mm
A brief shot of an SP1 in the hands of a Reciprocity team member.
Through the scope, the Special Ops soldier with an XM177E2
mockup carbine. Though tough to tell, it appears this carbine actually has an A1-style upper receiver with forward assist, rather than a SP1 slickside upper.
Captain Ramirez (Benjamin Bratt
) fires his SP1 carbine. The 'slab-side' lower receiver (devoid of magazine fencing) and 'slickside' upper receiver (devoid of forward assist and brass deflector) is clearly visible in this image. Note also that his weapon appears to have a tangent sight for an M203 grenade launcher mounted to the carry handle, but no launcher is mounted to his carbine.
Captain Ramirez calls for his demo team while holding the carbine.
M16A1 (with A2 handguards)
The US soldiers participating in the search-and-evade exercise involving Chavez however are equipped with what appear to be M16A2 Rifles. Upon closer inspection, these rifles appear to be M16A1s fitted with A2 handguards to simulate the M16A2. At least two members of the Reciprocity-team in Colombia also carry M16A1s also with A2-style handguards.
M16A1 with A2-style handguards - 5.56x45mm
A soldier searches for Chavez during the exercise carrying an M16A1 fitted with A2 handguards.
A member of the Reciprocity team wields an M16A1 fitted with A2 handguards.
Norinco Type 56
Numerous variants of the Norinco Type 56 can be seen in the hands of Escobedo's men throughout the movie. Fixed stock variants and Type 56-1 under-folding stock variants are seen. They are most visible in the scene in which the reciprocity team attacks and destroys the underground drug lab/factory.
Norinco Type 56 (Imported into the U.S. as the Norinco AKS-47 or AKS-47 Sporter) - 7.62x39mm. Rather than having the underfolder pig sticker Bayonet assembly, this has the standard Bayonet lug underneath the gas block as the AKM and later variants.
Norinco Type 56-1 (under-folding stock variant) - 7.62x39mm
A Norinco Type 56-1 rests to the side.
A cartel soldier fires his Norinco on the DSS agents and Agent Murray.
Mercenaries fire their Norincos into the air in celebration.
What appears to be a customized AKMS with a chopped barrel is held by one of the cartel soldiers in the lab assaulted by the Reciprocity team. The rifle is similar to the one seen in the film Eraser.
Custom AKMS Assault Pistol with folded stock - 7.62x39mm. The Custom rifle has parts from the Norinco Type 56 and the AKMS. In reality, these rifles don't interchange parts, but it was possible since the gun is massively customized and practically rebuilt from scratch.
What appears to be a customized AKMS
with a chopped barrel is held by one of the cartel soldiers in the lab assaulted by the Reciprocity team.
Muzzelite MZ14 Bullpup
When the Reciprocity team prepares to take out a cartel drug plane, one of the cartel soldiers appears to be armed with a Ruger AC556 rifle fitted in a Muzzelite MZ14 Bullpup configuration. Another MZ14 Bullpup is very briefly seen wielded by one of the mercenaries attacking the Reciprocity team.
Ruger Mini-14 in a Muzzelite MZ14 Bullpup stock - 5.56x45mm
On the left, one of the cartel soldiers appears to be armed with a Ruger MZ14 Bullpup.
M24 Sniper Rifle
The M24 Sniper Rifle is carried by Domingo Chavez (Raymond Cruz). It is shown fitted with a silencer & camo paint scheme and makes its first appearance in the shooting range scene, and then can be spotted in a few of the scenes involving the Reciprocity team on its mission. Finally, it is used in the scenes following the ambush of the reciprocity team. Another member of the Reciprocity team uses this rifle, as Chavez is on a mission.
M24 sniper rifle - 7.62x51mm NATO, .300 Winchester Magnum
Closeup of the trigger of the M24 in the hands of Domingo Chavez (Raymond Cruz
As Captain Ramirez (Benjamin Bratt
) observes, another Reciprocity team member handles Chavez's M24 rifle.
Several M1903A3 Springfield rifles with the metal parts chromed can be seen carried by the U.S. Navy honor guard members when the members of the diplomatic convoy killed in Colombia are brought back to the United States.
Springfield M1903 "Parade" rifle - .30-06
The servicemen at the head of the procession have M1903A3 Springfield rifles.
The US Navy and Marine honor guard with the Springfield rifles.
M14 Rifles are carried and used by US troops during a search and evade exercise. M14 rifles also are carried by the U.S. Navy honor guard present at the funeral of Admiral James Greer (James Earl Jones). The M14 is also carried by Marine Corps Honor Guard members. Some of them can be seen fitted with ceremonial M6 bayonets.
On the right, M14 Rifles
are carried and used by US troops during a search and evade exercise.
The Marine and Army honor guard member far left and middle left have M14 rifles.
Members of a US Navy honor guard detail use M14 rifles to perform a rifle volley at a funeral.
Several M1 Garand rifles are seen in the hands of Air Force Honor Guard Members when the victims of the Colombian ambush are brought back to the U.S. Some of them can be seen fitted with ceremonial M1 bayonets.
The Airman (far right) has a M1 Garand.
Heckler & Koch HK91A2
The Heckler & Koch HK91A2 can be seen in the hands of the Colombian military police when Jack Ryan arrives in Colombia. A mercenary is also seen firing on the Reciprocity team with what appears to be a full-auto converted HK91A2.
Heckler & Koch HK91A2 - 7.62x51mm NATO. Note lack of third position on the fire selector and lack of paddle magazine release.
A mercenary opens fire on the Reciprocity team with the HK91 rifle. Note the lack of a paddle release.
The mercenary in the center holds up his HK91.
In the scene where Chavez is scouting one of the drug labs, at least one of the assembled mercenaries hired to hunt down the Reciprocity team can be seen holding an FN FAL rifle.
FN FAL 50.00 - 7.62x51mm NATO
In the center, one of the mercenaries carries an FN FAL.
In the middle, the FN FAL is raised.
Submachine Guns & Machine Pistols
Heckler & Koch HK94A3
The Heckler & Koch HK94A3 (converted to pass for a Heckler & Koch MP5A3) is carried by Chavez. It is prominently seen in two scenes: firstly when Chavez plants a bomb on the drug-runner's plane, and secondly when he scouts the insides of a drug factory. Chavez's HK94 is also equipped with a suppressor. Several of Escobedo's men can also be seen with HK94s.
The "Fake MP5", the chopped-and-converted Heckler & Koch HK94A3 - 9x19mm. This version was used in many films during the 1980s and 1990s
Domingo Chavez (Raymond Cruz
) runs with his suppressed HK94.
A mercenary aims the HK94.
On the right, the mercenary raises his HK94 into the air in celebration.
Closeup of the suppressed HK94 in a scene from the trailer.
A view down the barrel as Chavez fires his HK94.
Chavez with his suppressed HK94.
Full size Uzi SMGs are seen carried by DSS agents guarding the FBI director. Others are seen in the hands of Colombian military and motorcycle police, and also some of the men employed by Ernesto Escobedo (Miguel Sandoval). Also, the bouncer of the nightclub where the pilot is recruited from can be seen holding an Uzi.
Colombian military hold Uzis
as the FBI director lands.
A Colombian officer has a full size Uzi slung.
seen held by the agent on the right.
Escobedo's guard with a Uzi.
A drug cartel member gets ready for the attack by U.S. troops
Colombian soldier at the airport holds the Uzi.
Several members of the diplomatic convoy in Colombia can be seen using Mini Uzis when they are ambushed. Several of Escobedo's men also wield Mini-Uzis, notably when Ryan meets with Escobedo at the Cafe Lindo factory.
Mini Uzi SMG with stock folded - 9x19mm
The agent on the left carries what appears to be a Mini Uzi
. Note the slightly shorter barrel in comparison the one held by the agent on the right.
The cartel soldier to the far left has a Mini Uzi.
The cartel soldier to the left armed with a Mini Uzi.
One of the Cafe Lindo factory guards armed with the Mini Uzi. Note the use of the folded buttstock as a foregrip.
Heckler & Koch MP5K
The Heckler & Koch MP5K is carried by U.S. security personnel during the car ambush scene. Felix Cortez (Joaquim de Almeida) and several of Escobedo's men also carry them during the final scenes in which Cortez hunts the escaping protagonists.
Heckler & Koch MP5K - version with SEF Plastic Trigger Pack - 9x19mm. This is a very well worn Motion picture weapon
Felix Cortez with a MP5K while chasing Ryan.
Cortez fires at Ryan with a MP5K.
One of the Cafe Lindo factory guards is seen with an Intratec TEC-9 before being taken out by Clark.
A factory guard is seen with an Intratec TEC-9
before being taken out by Clark.
A fully automatic Uzi Carbine is seen in the hands of a cartel guard during the firefight at the coffee plant.
IMI Uzi Carbine Model A - 9x19mm
A cartel guard fires at Jack Ryan with his Uzi carbine.
A Remington 870 is carried by one of the U.S. Coast Guard personnel arresting cartel soldiers who were aboard the Enchanter.
Remington 870 Police Magnum Riot Shotgun - 12 Gauge
A Coast Guard officer with a Remington 870 apprehending the cartel soldiers.
The Remington is on the left.
An M60 machine gun can be seen on the deck of the U.S. Coast Guard cutter when the yacht Enchanter is stopped.
M60 machine gun - 7.62x51mm NATO
A Coast Guard member checks his M60.
An M60E3 with a shortened barrel a la Predator is later seen being used by a member of the Operation Reciprocity team.
M60E3 machine gun with short barrel - 7.62x51mm NATO
On the right, the Reciprocity member carries the M60E3.
Special Ops member changes radio frequency with his M60E3 slung on his body.
Browning M2 Aircraft
A Browning M2 Aircraft machine gun is seen on a Colombian military jeep. The Browning is seen being fired by mercenaries on the Reciprocity team.
Browning M2 Aircraft, Flexible - .50 BMG
A jeep mounted Browning M2.
Two Brownings (M1919 on left and M2 on right) seen in a scene from the trailer.
A Colombian mercenary fires a Browning M2 at the Reciprocity team.
Several Browning M1919A4 machine guns can be seen mounted on Colombian military police jeeps in the scenes where Dr. Jack Ryan (Harrison Ford) first arrives in Colombia, and when the ill-fated diplomatic convoy leaves the airport.
Browning M1919A4 on a pedestal mount - .30-06
A Browning M1919A4 mounted on a Colombian military police jeep.
M242 Bushmaster chaingun
An M242 Bushmaster chaingun can be seen on the bow of the Coast Guard ship at the beginning of the movie.
M242 Bushmaster chaingun - 25x137mm
M242 Bushmaster as a Mk 38 or Mk 46 'deck gun,' 25mm.
GE M134 Minigun
The MH-60 Black Hawks transporting the Reciprocity team in the film are armed with GE M134D Miniguns mounted as doorguns.
General Dynamics GAU-17/A, US Air Force version of the M134 Minigun. The US Army uses a similarly-configured minigun for its helicopters, but do not utilize the GAU designation.
The MH-60 Black Hawks transporting the Reciprocity team in the film are armed with GE M134D Miniguns
mounted as doorguns.
The M134 miniguns seen on the side of the Black Hawks.
M203 Grenade Launcher
Members of the Reciprocity team can be seen with M203 grenade launchers mounted on their M16A1's during the film.
M16A1 (5.56x45mm) with M203 grenade launcher mounted - 40x46mm
Vega lies prone with his M16A1/M203.
Type 69 RPG
Several Chinese Type 69 RPGs, fitted with PGO-7 scopes, are used by the Colombian drug dealers to ambush and destroy the American diplomatic convoy. The weapon is fired at least four times.
Chinese Type 69 rocket launcher - 40mm
A cartel soldier fires a Chinese Type 69 at the lead Chevrolet Surburban of the American diplomatic convoy.
A cartel soldier launches another RPG with his Type 69. This footage would later be reused in a Season 1 episode of JAG
A cartel soldier takes out the rear suburban with the Type 69. This Blu-ray screenshot shows the guide wire used to direct the rocket prop.
Another cartel soldier prepares to use the Type 69 RPG
launcher on the convoy. Note that these Chinese launchers are fitted with Russian PGO-7 scopes.