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 film's plot involves the President of the United States covertly declaring war on the Colombian Drug Cartel Lindo in order to avenge the assassination of a close friend. When Admiral James Greer (James Earl Jones) is diagnosed with cancer, Jack assumes the position of Acting Deputy Director Intelligence of the CIA. There, he is misled to believe that there will be a "no-troops" enforcement for aiding Colombia. Instead, Robert Ritter, the CIA Deputy Director of Operations, employs former CIA operative John Clark (Willem Dafoe) to lead a Special Ops team to take out Cartel targets in Colombia. When the team is betrayed and Ryan discovers the lies, he heads to Colombia to rescue the surviving members. The Jack Ryan character would also appear 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:
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 plant. The Beretta is also carried by members of the FBI director's security detail during the ambush.
John Clark can be seen with an early-model Glock 17 with an extended barrel when threatening Jack Ryan in Colombia.
Rifles & Carbines
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.
At least two members of the Reciprocity-team carry M16A1 rifles equipped with A2-style handguards. The soldiers participating in the search-and-evade exercise involving Chavez however are equipped with actual M16A2's.
Colt AR-15 Sporter-1 Carbine
Most of the Reciprocity-team can be seen carrying Colt AR-15 Sporter-1 carbines. The weapons can be identified as Sporter-1 carbines by their lack of forward assist and brass deflector, and by their slab sided lower with screw type pivot pin. The weapons appear to be fitted with XM-177 style flash hiders, most likely a sleeve over the 16" Sporter barrel.
Several M1903 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.
Several M14 rifles are carried and used 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.
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.
Heckler & Koch G3A3
The Heckler & Koch G3A3 can be seen in the hands of the Colombian military police when Jack Ryan arrives in Colombia.
Norinco Type 56-1
Numerous variants of the Norinco Type 56-1 can be seen in the hands of Escobedo's men almost throughout the movie. They are most visible in the scene in which the reciprocity team attacks and destroys the underground drug lab.
In the scene where Chavez is scouting one of the drug labs, at least one of the mercenaries hired to provide additional security can be seen holding an FN L1A1 rifle.
A fully automatic Uzi Carbine is seen in the hands of a drug dealer during the firefight at the coffee plant.
Submachine Guns & Machine Pistols
Olympic Arms OA-93 Pistol
Several Uzi's are seen in the movie. Some are carried by the diplomatic security agents. Others are seen in the hands of Colombian motorcycle police, and also some of Ernesto Escobedo (Miguel Sandoval)'s men. Also, the bouncer of the nightclub where the pilot is recruited from can be seen holding an Uzi.
Several members of the diplomatic convoy in Colombia can be seen using Mini Uzis when they are ambushed, as well as one of Escobedo's men when Ryan meets with him.
Heckler & Koch HK94
The Heckler & Koch HK94 (converted to pass for a Heckler & Koch MP5A3) is carried by Chavez, and it can be seen in at least 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 silencer. Several of Escobedo's men can also be seen with HK94s.
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.
A Remington 870 is carried by one of the U.S. Coast Guard personnel arresting the two murderers aboard the Enchanter.
M60 Machine Gun
The first M60 machine gun can be seen on the deck of the U.S. Coast Guard cutter when the yacht Enchanter is stopped. An M60E3 with a shortened barrel a la Predator is later seen being used by a member of the Operation Reciprocity team.
Browning M2HB Heavy Machine Gun
A Browning M2HB heavy machine gun is seen on a Colombian military jeep and a mercenary is seen wielding it.
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.
M242 Bushmaster chaingun
An M242 Bushmaster chaingun can be seen on the bow of the Coast Guard ship at the beginning of the movie.
Grenade and Rocket Launchers
M203 Grenade Launcher
Members of the Reciprocity team can be seen with M203 grenade launchers mounted on their M16A1's during the film.
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.