||Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor
Crank is a 2006 action thriller starring Jason Statham as Chev Chelios, a former hitman who wakes up to discover that he's been poisoned with a formula that stops the flow of adrenaline to his heart. In order to keep himself alive, Chelios finds himself resorting to extreme measures to keep his adrenaline up throughout the day as he attempts to discover a way to counteract the poison. The film was directed by Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor, and despite the film's unfortunate ending, Statham would return as Chelios in the 2009 sequel Crank 2: High Voltage.
The following weapons were used in the film Crank:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Springfield Armory XD
Chev Chelios (Jason Statham) uses a Springfield Armory XD pistol chambered in 9mm as his main sidearm throughout the film.
Springfield Armory XD - 9mm
Chelios holds his Springfield Armory XD on Orlando (Reno Wilson
) when interrogating him on finding Ricky Verona (Jose Pablo Cantillo
) for drugging him.
Chelios' Springfield XD miss-fires when he tries to shoot Verona's brother in the alleyway, the result of him diving into a pool while still wearing the gun (which SHOULD have no effect on a SA XD that's tested for such things). He then disposes of it in the garbage bin.
Chelios readies his spare XD for the show down on the roof. You could not ask for a clearer shot.
Chelios fires his XD at Verona on the rooftop. Note how the shell in mid-flight is a blank.
Chelios holds his XD on Carlito (Carlos Sanz
) as he tries to escape in a helicopter.
Chelios gets his hands on a Kahr K9 pistol which he uses to threaten the Warehouse Rooftop Hood (Noel Gugliemi) on the textile mill roof before throwing him off. He then uses it for the start of the shootout in the mill before it runs out of ammo.
Chelios holds the Kahr K9 on the Warehouse Rooftop Hood (Noel Gugliemi
Chelios with the Kahr K9.
Okay *ding*, time's up
Chelios with the Kahr K9.
Chelios tosses away the Kahr K9 when it locks empty.
One of the thugs in the textile mill is armed with a SIG-Sauer P226 and has it taken by Chelios after he jams his hand into a sewing machine. He uses it for the second half of the shootout before trading it with a Glock 17. Also one of Carlito's guards has one tucked away in his pants.
Chelios disarms a thug in the mill of his SIG P226.
Chelios fires the SIG P226 in the mill.
Chelios fires the SIG P226.
Chelios fires the SIG P226.
Chelios fires the SIG P226.
Chelios trades the SIG P226 for a Glock 17.
A thug on the roof top shootout armed with a SIG P226.
When interrogating Orlando in the club, one of the gangsters draws a Glock 17 2nd Generation and holds it on him. Later in the film, one of the shooters in the textile mill uses a Glock 17 to shoot at Chelios before Chelios kills him and takes the gun for his own use.
Glock 17 2nd Generation - 9mm.
A gangster holds a Glock 17 on Chelios.
Another shot of the same scene.
The thug at the mill lays dead with his Glock 17 in hand.
Chelios picks up the Glock 17.
Chelios gets out of the car with the Glock 17.
Chelios takes out the driver of the other car with the Glock 17.
Later in the film during the roof shootout, one of Don Kim's thugs uses a Glock 17 fitted with a sound suppressor.
One of Don Kim's thugs holds a smoking Glock 17 with a suppressor.
The thug fires the suppressed Glock 17. Note blank round in air.
Glock 17 (converted to full auto).
One of Don Kim's thugs is seen using a Glock 17 Converted to full auto. fitted with a 33 round magazine. Although in unfocused background shots the gun is clearly seen firing, in close up shots the gun has the slide locked back and is not firing. Why they chose to do this is unknown.
Glock 17 converted to full auto with 33 round magazine (Note the absence of a selector switch on the slide)
The thug "fires" his Glock 17.
The thug "fires" his Glock 17. Note how this shot is reversed.
Chelios is seen using an FN Five-seveN as he prepares to kill Don Kim (Keone Young). His is fitted with a laser and a thread on suppressor.
FN Five-seveN USG fitted with Gemtech SFN-57 suppressor - 5.7×28mm
Chelios checks the magazine of his FN Five-seveN. The magazine is pretty clearly loaded with 5.7x28mm SS195LF rounds.
Chelios threads a suppressor on the FN Five-seveN.
Note the size of the ejection port and the shape of the gun in general.
Chelios holds the FN Five-seveN on Don Kim.
A Beretta 92FS is seen in the hands of one of the gangster in the club and is the standard issue sidearms of the police department. Chelios steals a Beretta off an officer at one point and taunts his with it before tossing it away to give him enough time to steal his bike.
A gangster readies his Beretta 92FS.
Police pursue Chelios in the hospital with their Berettas drawn.
Chelios eyes the officer's Beretta. Note the KWC logo on the grips, giving away its airsoft origins.
Chelios taunts the officer after snatching his Beretta.
Chelios points the Beretta at the officer.
A thug wounds Chelios with his Beretta. Note where his wound is to where the gun is pointing.
At one point in the film, an assassin tries to kill Chelios and his girlfriend Eve (Amy Smart) with a sound suppressed Beretta 92FS but Chelios kills him before she is even aware.
Chelios struggles with the assassin to stop him from killing Eve with the suppressed Beretta. The gun doesn't cycle at all. And unless Eve is deaf, she would hear the suppressed shots.
The assassin fires his Beretta during the struggle.
ISS Flashpaper Beretta 92FS
Some of the thugs during the rooftop shootout are seen using Beretta 92FS flashpaper guns.
Beretta 92FS "Non Gun" Flashpaper.
A thug fires an ISS Beretta non gun during the roof shootout.
The thug with his ISS Beretta.
Smith & Wesson Model 500
To stay faithful to the character of a typical villain expression, "A little pussy with a big gun in his hand", Ricky Verona (Jose Pablo Cantillo) wields the most powerful production revolver, a Smith & Wesson Model 500 with a 4" barrel as his sidearm in the film. He is most prominently seen using it during the roof shootout, in which Chelios throws a wine bottle at Verona's hand, causing him to drop his Model 500, which fires and blows off four of his fingers. One of the gangsters in the club is seen with one as well.
Smith & Wesson Model 500 with 4" Barrel - .500 S&W Magnum.
A gangster draws a Smith & Wesson Model 500 in the club.
Verona points his Smith & Wesson 500 at Chelios on the roof.
Close up of the Smith & Wesson 500.
Note the "500" stamp on the frame.
Smith & Wesson Model 686
Carlito (Carlos Sanz) is seen using a Smith & Wesson Model 686 revolver during the roof shootout.
Smith & Wesson Model 686 - .357 Magnum.
Carlito takes cover with his Smith & Wesson Model 686 in hand.
Carlito heads for the helicopter with his Smith & Wesson Model 686 in hand.
Magnum Research Inc. Mark I Desert Eagle
When Chelios tries to interrogate Orlando, several of the gangsters in the club draw Desert Eagles. One of these Desert Eagles is an Early Mark I in .357 Magnum, the other is a flashpaper gun. Chelios later acquires one of these Desert Eagles off of Verona's brother in the back alley-way. Since he has to fire it at such close range, the gun is a flashpaper model during that scene. Later when Chelios goes to the hospital in search of epinephrine, the Desert Eagle changes to the Mark I model, which he fires several shots from before leaving it in the hospital elevator.
Matte stainless Desert Eagle MK I - .357 Magnum
A gangster in the club holds the flashpaper Desert Eagle on Chelios.
The gangsters hold their Desert Eagles on Chelios, the right gun being a flashpaper, the left being the blank firing Mark I.
After Chelios chops off Verona's brother's hand, it still holds on to the Desert Eagle.
Chelios readies the Desert Eagle. Apparently the severed hand doesn't get in the way of him effectively using the gun.
Chelios fires the Desert Eagle, which is clearly a flashpaper gun.
Chelios holds the Desert Eagle to the doctor (Glenn Howerton
), ordering him to give him epinephrine. The gun is a chrome plated Mark I .357 Magnum.
Note how the bore diameter is far to small to be .44 Magnum. Definitely a .357 Magnum.
Chelios holds back the officers in the building with the Desert Eagle.
Chelios orders the doctor (Glenn Howerton
) to "juice" him with the defibrillator. With his finger on the trigger, his body would tense up from the shock and cause him to pull the trigger, which would cause him to shoot the doctor.
Chelios fires the Desert Eagle at the cops, the slide locking back on the first shot. In the next shot, Chelios intentionally pull down the slide stop to trick the cops.
Heckler & Koch UMP45
One of Don Kim's thugs is seen firing a Heckler & Koch UMP45 during the roof shootout.
Heckler & Koch UMP45 - .45 ACP.
The thug fires his UMP45.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
One of Don Kim's thugs is seen using a Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with a Navy trigger group and M68 Aimpoint scope during the roof shootout. It also appears to have a cover over the M68 Aimpoint scope. How useful is that?
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 9x19mm
One of Don Kim's thugs fires his Heckler & Koch MP5A3
The thug fires his MP5A3. Keep those eyes open! Also, note that this shot has been flipped.
Heckler & Koch MP5A4
Several of the SWAT officers are seen armed with full stock Heckler & Koch MP5A4 submachine guns with surefire light dedicated forends.
Heckler & Koch MP5A4 - 9mm.
A SWAT officer armed with a Heckler & Koch MP5A4.
A SWAT officer with his MP5A4 at the ready.
A SWAT officer with an MP5A4.
One of Don Kim's thugs is seen firing a IMI Uzi during the roof shootout.
The thug fires his IMI Uzi (right).
Several thugs in the film wield IMI Mini-Uzis submachine guns.
A thug in the textile mill fires his Mini-Uzi at Chelios, using the folded stock as a foregrip.
A thug pursues Chelios as he leaves the mill.
A thug fires his Mini-Uzi at Chelios during the car chase.
A thug during the roof shootout fires his Mini-Uzi (Eyes DEFINITELY closed).
While Doctor Miles (Dwight Yoakam) describes "Excitement, fear, and danger", the image in the middle reveals a hooded terrorist holding an AKMS. The terrorist is a cameo role for the weapons armorer of the film, Guillaume DeLouche.
The terrorist in the left image is armed with an AKMS.
One of Don Kim's thugs is seen firing an AKMSU during the roof shootout.
AKMSU Krinkov - 7.62x39mm. This is a blank adapted full auto transferable AKM (7.62x39mm) pistol that was converted into a Krinkov via parts kit.
The thug fires his AKMSU (And looking rather smug at the same time). (Are his eyes open?)
The SWAT team responding to the shootout on the roof are armed with many M4A1 rifles with the carry handles removed, although some of them have no back sight added.
M4A1 with M68 Aimpoint scope and RIS foregrip - 5.56x45mm.
A SWAT officer armed with an M4A1 with a flip up rear sight.
A SWAT officer armed with an M4A1 with no rear sight.
Sawed-off Double Barreled Shotgun
One of the thugs in the textile mill is armed with a Sawed-off Shotgun and tries to fire it at Chelios, who uses Kaylo's (Efren Ramirez) dead body as a shield from the shots.
Russian model Remington Spartan - 12 gauge.
A thug watches over Kaylo's murder with his sawed-off shotgun in hand.
The thug fires the shotgun at Chelios.
Serbu Super Shorty
One of Carlito's thugs uses a Serbu Super Shorty during the roof shootout.
Serbu Super Shorty - 12 Gauge.
A thug on the roof top fires his Serbu Super Shorty.
Note how the shot is clearly reversed in this scene.
When Chelios goes to visit the man in his pool, a guard on the roof is armed with a Mossberg 500 shotgun fitted with a saddle mounted spare shell holder.
A guard on the roof with his Mossberg 500.
The guard points his Mossberg 500 at Chelios.
Later during the textile mill shootout and car chase, one of the thugs is seen wielding a pistol grip Mossberg 500, likely a Persuader model.
A thug outside the mill fires his Mossberg 500 Persuader.
The thug fires his Persuader during the car chase.
One of the SWAT officers is seen armed with a Mossberg 590 shotgun with a surefire light dedicated forend.
A SWAT officer armed with a Mossberg 590.
Mossberg M500 Bullpup
One of the SWAT officers is armed with a Mossberg M500 Bullpup shotgun.
Mossberg M500 Bullpup - 12 Gauge.
A SWAT officer armed with a Mossberg M500 Bullpup.
M26 hand grenade
The thug on the rooftop with the AKMSU pulls out an M26 hand grenade to throw at Carlito's men on the roof. Carlito then uses one of his own men to deflect the grenade.
The thug pulls the pin on his M26 grenade with his teeth. In the real world, this is a good way to loose your teeth.(Poor dead hooker)
The primed M26 grenade lands.
While this has nothing to do with guns, I figured this was worth noting. At the end of the film when Chelios and Verona fight in a helicopter that seems to fly up to about a 1000ft in the air, Chelios falls out and leaves one last message on his girlfriend Eve's phone. Somehow the wind that would be rushing past his phone does not interfere with the call in anyway, even though in real life the call would be inaudible.
Chelios leaves a message on his girlfriends answering machine as he falls to the ground. Somehow the rapid wind does not make the call any less clear.
At one point in the sequel, we hear the message is nothing but wind, despite the fact we hear it clear as day on Eve's message machine. Although, this was likely the way Chev was imagining it would hear.