Denzel Washington

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[[Image:Ricochet001.jpg|thumb|right|400px|Denzel Washington as Officer Nick Styles draws his [[Smith & Wesson Model 15]] in ''[[Ricochet]]'' (1991).]]
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[[Image:Ricochet001.jpg|thumb|right|400px|Denzel Washington draws a [[Smith & Wesson Model 15]] as Officer Nick Styles in ''[[Ricochet (1991)]]''.]]
[[Image:Siege-P226-7.jpg|thumb|right|401px|Denzel Washington as FBI ASAC Anthony "Hub" Hubbard with his [[SIG-Sauer P226]] drawn in ''[[The Siege]]'' (1998).]]
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[[Image:Vir018.jpg|thumb|right|400px|Denzel Washington aims a [[SIG-Sauer P228]] as Parker Barnes in ''[[Virtuosity]]'' (1995).]]
[[Image:Vlcsnap-314137.jpg|thumb|right|400px|Denzel Washington as Det. Alonzo Harris holds one of his [[Smith & Wesson 4506]] pistols in ''[[Training Day]]'' (2001).]]
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[[Image:Siege-P226-7.jpg|thumb|right|400px|Denzel Washington with a modified [[SIG-Sauer P226]] drawn as FBI ASAC Anthony "Hub" Hubbard in ''[[The Siege]]'' (1998).]]
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[[File:Vlcsnap-314137.jpg|thumb|right|400px|Denzel Washington holds a [[Smith & Wesson 4506]] as Det. Alonzo Harris in ''[[Training Day]]'' (2001).]]
 
[[Image:AG-1911.jpg|thumb|right|400px|Denzel Washington wields a [[Fegvergyar PJK-9HP|FEG PJK-9HP]] as Frank Lucas in ''[[American Gangster]]'' (2007).]]
 
[[Image:AG-1911.jpg|thumb|right|400px|Denzel Washington wields a [[Fegvergyar PJK-9HP|FEG PJK-9HP]] as Frank Lucas in ''[[American Gangster]]'' (2007).]]
[[Image:EliSitRem870.jpg‎|thumb|right|400px|Denzel Washington as Eli with his [[Remington 870]] "Witness Protection" shotgun in ''[[The Book of Eli]]'' (2010).]]
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[[Image:EliSitRem870.jpg‎|thumb|right|400px|Denzel Washington with his [[Remington 870]] "Witness Protection" shotgun as Eli in ''[[The Book of Eli]]'' (2010).]]
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[[File:Eq_306.jpg|thumb|right|400px|Denzel Washington aims a [[Springfield Armory XD]] as Robert McCall in ''[[The Equalizer (2014)|The Equalizer]]'' (2014).]]
  
'''Denzel Washington can be seen using the following firearms in the following films:'''
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Denzel Washington is an American actor/director who has appeared in such acclaimed films as ''[[A Soldier's Story]]'', ''Cry Freedom'' and ''[[Malcolm X]]''.  He has received nine Academy Award nominations, and was the recipient of the Best Supporting Actor Award for 1989's ''[[Glory]]'' and the Award for Best Actor for 2001's ''[[Training Day (2001)|Training Day]]''. He also has directed several features, including ''Antwone Fisher'' and ''Fences''. He also is the father of actor [[John David Washington]].
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==Film==
 
==Film==
 
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| [[Enfield Pattern 1853]] || Pvt. Silas Trip || ''[[Glory]]'' ||  || 1989
 
| [[Enfield Pattern 1853]] || Pvt. Silas Trip || ''[[Glory]]'' ||  || 1989
 
|-
 
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| [[Smith & Wesson Model 15]] || Officer Nick Styles || ''[[Ricochet]]'' || || 1991
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|[[Colt Official Police]]||Officer Nick Styles||''[[Ricochet (1991)|Ricochet]]''||||1991
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Beretta 950 Jetfire]] || Officer Nick Styles || ''[[Ricochet]]'' || || 1991
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| [[Smith & Wesson Model 15]] || Officer Nick Styles || ''[[Ricochet (1991)|Ricochet]]'' || || 1991
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Colt MK IV Series 70]] || Officer Nick Styles || ''[[Ricochet]]'' || || 1991
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| [[Beretta 950 Jetfire]] || Officer Nick Styles || ''[[Ricochet (1991)|Ricochet]]'' || || 1991
 
|-
 
|-
| [[M1 Carbine#M2 Carbine|M2 Carbine]] || Malcolm X || ''[[Malcolm X]]'' || || 1992
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| [[Colt MK IV Series 70]] || Officer Nick Styles || ''[[Ricochet (1991)|Ricochet]]'' ||  || 1991
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|-
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| [[M2 Carbine]] || Malcolm X || ''[[Malcolm X]]'' || || 1992
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[M1911]] || Malcolm X || ''[[Malcolm X]]'' || || 1992
 
| [[M1911]] || Malcolm X || ''[[Malcolm X]]'' || || 1992
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|-
 
|-
 
| [[Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless]] || Ezekiel "Easy" Rawlins || ''[[Devil in a Blue Dress]]'' || pearl grips || 1995
 
| [[Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless]] || Ezekiel "Easy" Rawlins || ''[[Devil in a Blue Dress]]'' || pearl grips || 1995
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|-
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| [[SIG-Sauer P228]] || Parker Barnes || ''[[Virtuosity]]'' || two-tone; Wilcox Industries UITC laser sight  || 1995
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Beretta 93R]] ||  Parker Barnes || ''[[Virtuosity]]'' || wood grips || 1995
 
| [[Beretta 93R]] ||  Parker Barnes || ''[[Virtuosity]]'' || wood grips || 1995
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|-
 
|-
 
| [[Franchi SPAS-12]] || Parker Barnes || ''[[Virtuosity]]'' |||| 1995
 
| [[Franchi SPAS-12]] || Parker Barnes || ''[[Virtuosity]]'' |||| 1995
|-
 
| [[SIG-Sauer P228]] || Parker Barnes || ''[[Virtuosity]]'' || laser sight || 1995
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Heckler & Koch USP]] || Parker Barnes || ''[[Virtuosity]]'' ||  || 1995
 
| [[Heckler & Koch USP]] || Parker Barnes || ''[[Virtuosity]]'' ||  || 1995
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|-
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| [[Skorpion SA|Skorpion SA Vz 61]] || Parker Barnes || ''[[Virtuosity]]'' ||  || 1995
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Browning M2HB]] || Lt. Colonel Nathaniel Serling || ''[[Courage Under Fire]]'' ||  mounted on (fake) M1 Abrams || 1996
 
| [[Browning M2HB]] || Lt. Colonel Nathaniel Serling || ''[[Courage Under Fire]]'' ||  mounted on (fake) M1 Abrams || 1996
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| [[Glock 17]] || Det. John Hoobes || ''[[Fallen]]'' || Gen.2 || 1998
 
| [[Glock 17]] || Det. John Hoobes || ''[[Fallen]]'' || Gen.2 || 1998
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Smith & Wesson 4506]] || LAPD Officer Alonzo Harris || ''[[Training Day]]'' || || 2001
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| [[Smith & Wesson 4506]] || LAPD Officer Alonzo Harris || ''[[Training Day (2001)|Training Day]]'' || || 2001
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Glock 17]] || LAPD Officer Alonzo Harris || ''[[Training Day]]'' ||  || 2001
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| [[Glock 17]] || LAPD Officer Alonzo Harris || ''[[Training Day (2001)|Training Day]]'' ||  || 2001
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Glock 19]] || LAPD Officer Alonzo Harris || ''[[Training Day]]'' || || 2001
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| [[Glock 19]] || LAPD Officer Alonzo Harris || ''[[Training Day (2001)|Training Day]]'' || || 2001
 
|-
 
|-
| [[M1911A1]] || LAPD Officer Alonzo Harris || ''[[Training Day]]'' || || 2001
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| [[M1911A1]] || LAPD Officer Alonzo Harris || ''[[Training Day (2001)|Training Day]]'' || || 2001
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Mossberg 500 Cruiser]] || LAPD officer Alonzo Harris || ''[[Training Day]]'' || || 2001
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| [[Intratec TEC-38]] || LAPD Officer Alonzo Harris || ''[[Training Day (2001)|Training Day]]'' || || 2001
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Remington 870]] || LAPD Officer Alonzo Harris ||  ''[[Training Day]]'' |||| 2001
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| [[Mossberg 500 Cruiser]] || LAPD officer Alonzo Harris || ''[[Training Day (2001)|Training Day]]'' ||  || 2001
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|-
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| [[Remington 870]] || LAPD Officer Alonzo Harris ||  ''[[Training Day (2001)|Training Day]]'' || || 2001
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Beretta 92FS]] || John Quincy Archibald ||  ''[[John Q.]]'' || || 2002
 
| [[Beretta 92FS]] || John Quincy Archibald ||  ''[[John Q.]]'' || || 2002
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| [[Glock 34]] || John Creasy || ''[[Man on Fire]]'' || || 2004
 
| [[Glock 34]] || John Creasy || ''[[Man on Fire]]'' || || 2004
 
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| [[12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun]] || John Creasy || ''[[Man on Fire]]'' || with sawed-off barrels and stock || 2004
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| [[12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun]] || John Creasy || ''[[Man on Fire]]'' || sawed-off barrels and stock || 2004
 
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|-
 
| [[Browning Hi-Power]] || John Creasy || ''[[Man on Fire]]'' ||  || 2004
 
| [[Browning Hi-Power]] || John Creasy || ''[[Man on Fire]]'' ||  || 2004
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| [[Glock 17]] || ATF Agent Doug Carlin || ''[[Déjà Vu (2006)|Déjà Vu]]'' || || 2006
 
| [[Glock 17]] || ATF Agent Doug Carlin || ''[[Déjà Vu (2006)|Déjà Vu]]'' || || 2006
 
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| [[Smith & Wesson Model 640 Centennial]] || ATF Agent Doug Carlin || ''[[Déjà Vu (2006)|Déjà Vu]]'' ||  || 2006
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| [[Smith & Wesson Model 642]] || ATF Agent Doug Carlin || ''[[Déjà Vu (2006)|Déjà Vu]]'' ||  || 2006
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Fegvergyar PJK-9HP]] || Frank Lucas || ''[[American Gangster]]'' || stainless steel finish, standing in for Browning Hi-Power || 2007
 
| [[Fegvergyar PJK-9HP]] || Frank Lucas || ''[[American Gangster]]'' || stainless steel finish, standing in for Browning Hi-Power || 2007
 
|-
 
|-
| [[M16A1]] || Frank Lucas ||''[[American Gangster]]'' || With [[M16 rifle series#M16 with M203 Grenade Launcher|M203 grenade launcher]] || 2007
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| [[Colt Python]] || Frank Lucas || ''[[American Gangster]]'' || || 2007
 
|-
 
|-
| [[M203 grenade launcher]] || Frank Lucas || ''[[American Gangster]]'' || mounted on M16A1 || 2007
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| [[12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun|Over and Under Shotgun]] || Frank Lucas || ''[[American Gangster]]'' || || 2007
 
|-
 
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| [[Kahr K9]] || Walter Garber || ''[[Taking of Pelham 123, The (2009)|The Taking of Pelham 123]]'' || with stainless steel finish || 2009
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| [[CAR-15]] || Frank Lucas ||''[[American Gangster]]'' || || 2007
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| [[Kahr K9]] || Walter Garber || ''[[Taking of Pelham 123, The (2009)|The Taking of Pelham 123]]'' || stainless steel finish || 2009
 
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| [[Heckler & Koch HK45]] || Eli ||''[[The Book of Eli]]'' || || 2010
 
| [[Heckler & Koch HK45]] || Eli ||''[[The Book of Eli]]'' || || 2010
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| [[Remington 870]] || Eli || ''[[The Book of Eli]]'' || sawed-off "Witness Protection" model || 2010
 
| [[Remington 870]] || Eli || ''[[The Book of Eli]]'' || sawed-off "Witness Protection" model || 2010
 
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| [[Steyr M9A1]] || Tobin Frost || ''[[Safe House]]'' || || 2012
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| [[Steyr M9A1]] || Tobin Frost || ''[[Safe House (2012)|Safe House]]'' || || 2012
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Vektor Z88]] || Tobin Frost || ''[[Safe House]]'' || || 2012
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| [[Vektor Z88]] || Tobin Frost || ''[[Safe House (2012)|Safe House]]'' || || 2012
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Heckler & Koch USP Compact]] || Tobin Frost || ''[[Safe House]]'' || || 2012
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| [[SIG Pro SP 2022]] || Tobin Frost || ''[[Safe House (2012)|Safe House]]'' || || 2012
 
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| [[Double Barreled Shotgun]] || Whip Whitaker || ''[[Flight]]'' || || 2012
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| [[SIG-Sauer P226]]|| Tobin Frost || ''[[Safe House (2012)|Safe House]]'' || || 2012
 
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|-
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| [[Heckler & Koch USP Compact]] || Tobin Frost || ''[[Safe House (2012)|Safe House]]'' || || 2012
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|-
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| [[Double Barreled Shotgun]] || Whip Whitaker || ''[[Flight]]'' || || 2012
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|-
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| [[SIG-Sauer P226]] || DEA Agent Robert "Bobby" Trench || ''[[2 Guns]]'' || nickel-plated  || 2013
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|-
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| [[Beretta 92FS]] || DEA Agent Robert "Bobby" Trench || ''[[2 Guns]]'' || || 2013
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|-
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| [[Smith & Wesson 4506]] || DEA Agent Robert "Bobby" Trench || ''[[2 Guns]]'' || || 2013
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|-
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| [[Ruger Redhawk]] || DEA Agent Robert "Bobby" Trench || ''[[2 Guns]]'' || || 2013
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|-
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| [[Heckler & Koch HK45C]] || DEA Agent Robert "Bobby" Trench || ''[[2 Guns]]'' || || 2013
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|-
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| [[Springfield Armory XD]] Tactical || Robert McCall || ''[[The Equalizer (2014)|The Equalizer]]'' ||  || 2014
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|-
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| [[Glock 17]] || Robert McCall || ''[[The Equalizer (2014)|The Equalizer]]'' ||  || 2014
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|-
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| [[Sa. Vz.61 Skorpion]] || Robert McCall || ''[[The Equalizer (2014)|The Equalizer]]'' ||  || 2014
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|-
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| [[Single Action Army]] || Sam Chisolm || ''[[The Magnificent Seven (2016)|The Magnificent Seven]] ||  || 2016
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|-
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| [[Winchester Model 1873]] || Sam Chisolm || ''[[The Magnificent Seven (2016)|The Magnificent Seven]] || || 2016
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|-
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| [[Springfield Armory TRP]] || Robert McCall || ''[[The Equalizer 2]]'' ||  || 2018
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|-
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| [[Ingram MAC-10]] || Robert McCall || ''[[The Equalizer 2]]'' ||  || 2018
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|-
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| [[Smith & Wesson M&P Compact]] || Robert McCall || ''[[The Equalizer 2]]'' ||  || 2018
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|-
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| [[Glock 17]] || Robert McCall || ''[[The Equalizer 2]]'' ||  || 2018
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|-
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| [[SIG-Sauer MPX]] || Robert McCall || ''[[The Equalizer 2]]'' ||  || 2018
 
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Latest revision as of 15:08, 23 December 2019

Denzel Washington draws a Smith & Wesson Model 15 as Officer Nick Styles in Ricochet (1991).
Denzel Washington aims a SIG-Sauer P228 as Parker Barnes in Virtuosity (1995).
Denzel Washington with a modified SIG-Sauer P226 drawn as FBI ASAC Anthony "Hub" Hubbard in The Siege (1998).
Denzel Washington holds a Smith & Wesson 4506 as Det. Alonzo Harris in Training Day (2001).
Denzel Washington wields a FEG PJK-9HP as Frank Lucas in American Gangster (2007).
Denzel Washington with his Remington 870 "Witness Protection" shotgun as Eli in The Book of Eli (2010).
Denzel Washington aims a Springfield Armory XD as Robert McCall in The Equalizer (2014).

Denzel Washington is an American actor/director who has appeared in such acclaimed films as A Soldier's Story, Cry Freedom and Malcolm X. He has received nine Academy Award nominations, and was the recipient of the Best Supporting Actor Award for 1989's Glory and the Award for Best Actor for 2001's Training Day. He also has directed several features, including Antwone Fisher and Fences. He also is the father of actor John David Washington.

Denzel Washington can be seen using the following weapons in the following films:

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Gun Character Title Note Date
M1911 PFC Peterson A Soldier's Story 1984
Smith & Wesson Model 10 Chief Xavier Quinn The Mighty Quinn 1989
Heckler & Koch P9S Chief Xavier Quinn The Mighty Quinn suppressed 1989
Enfield Pattern 1853 Pvt. Silas Trip Glory 1989
Colt Official Police Officer Nick Styles Ricochet 1991
Smith & Wesson Model 15 Officer Nick Styles Ricochet 1991
Beretta 950 Jetfire Officer Nick Styles Ricochet 1991
Colt MK IV Series 70 Officer Nick Styles Ricochet 1991
M2 Carbine Malcolm X Malcolm X 1992
M1911 Malcolm X Malcolm X 1992
Winchester 1894 Gray Grantham The Pelican Brief 1993
Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless Ezekiel "Easy" Rawlins Devil in a Blue Dress pearl grips 1995
SIG-Sauer P228 Parker Barnes Virtuosity two-tone; Wilcox Industries UITC laser sight 1995
Beretta 93R Parker Barnes Virtuosity wood grips 1995
Beretta 92FS Parker Barnes Virtuosity 1995
Franchi SPAS-12 Parker Barnes Virtuosity 1995
Heckler & Koch USP Parker Barnes Virtuosity 1995
Skorpion SA Vz 61 Parker Barnes Virtuosity 1995
Browning M2HB Lt. Colonel Nathaniel Serling Courage Under Fire mounted on (fake) M1 Abrams 1996
Beretta 92FS Lt. Colonel Nathaniel Serling Courage Under Fire 1996
SIG-Sauer P226 FBI ASAC Anthony "Hub" Hubbard The Siege 1998
Glock 17 Det. John Hoobes Fallen Gen.2 1998
Smith & Wesson 4506 LAPD Officer Alonzo Harris Training Day 2001
Glock 17 LAPD Officer Alonzo Harris Training Day 2001
Glock 19 LAPD Officer Alonzo Harris Training Day 2001
M1911A1 LAPD Officer Alonzo Harris Training Day 2001
Intratec TEC-38 LAPD Officer Alonzo Harris Training Day 2001
Mossberg 500 Cruiser LAPD officer Alonzo Harris Training Day 2001
Remington 870 LAPD Officer Alonzo Harris Training Day 2001
Beretta 92FS John Quincy Archibald John Q. 2002
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 John Quincy Archibald John Q. 2002
SIG-Sauer P228 Police Chief Mathias Lee Whitlock Out of Time 2003
Glock 17 John Creasy Man on Fire 2004
Glock 34 John Creasy Man on Fire 2004
12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun John Creasy Man on Fire sawed-off barrels and stock 2004
Browning Hi-Power John Creasy Man on Fire 2004
Type 69 RPG John Creasy Man on Fire 2004
Colt Commander John Creasy Man on Fire 2004
M60 Maj. Bennett "Ben" Marco The Manchurian Candidate 2004
M16A2 Maj. Bennett "Ben" Marco The Manchurian Candidate 2004
Glock 23 Maj. Bennett "Ben" Marco The Manchurian Candidate 2004
Remington 700PSS Maj. Bennett "Ben" Marco The Manchurian Candidate 2004
Glock 19 Det. Keith Frazier Inside Man 2006
Glock 17 ATF Agent Doug Carlin Déjà Vu 2006
Smith & Wesson Model 642 ATF Agent Doug Carlin Déjà Vu 2006
Fegvergyar PJK-9HP Frank Lucas American Gangster stainless steel finish, standing in for Browning Hi-Power 2007
Colt Python Frank Lucas American Gangster 2007
Over and Under Shotgun Frank Lucas American Gangster 2007
CAR-15 Frank Lucas American Gangster 2007
Kahr K9 Walter Garber The Taking of Pelham 123 stainless steel finish 2009
Heckler & Koch HK45 Eli The Book of Eli 2010
Remington 870 Eli The Book of Eli sawed-off "Witness Protection" model 2010
Steyr M9A1 Tobin Frost Safe House 2012
Vektor Z88 Tobin Frost Safe House 2012
SIG Pro SP 2022 Tobin Frost Safe House 2012
SIG-Sauer P226 Tobin Frost Safe House 2012
Heckler & Koch USP Compact Tobin Frost Safe House 2012
Double Barreled Shotgun Whip Whitaker Flight 2012
SIG-Sauer P226 DEA Agent Robert "Bobby" Trench 2 Guns nickel-plated 2013
Beretta 92FS DEA Agent Robert "Bobby" Trench 2 Guns 2013
Smith & Wesson 4506 DEA Agent Robert "Bobby" Trench 2 Guns 2013
Ruger Redhawk DEA Agent Robert "Bobby" Trench 2 Guns 2013
Heckler & Koch HK45C DEA Agent Robert "Bobby" Trench 2 Guns 2013
Springfield Armory XD Tactical Robert McCall The Equalizer 2014
Glock 17 Robert McCall The Equalizer 2014
Sa. Vz.61 Skorpion Robert McCall The Equalizer 2014
Single Action Army Sam Chisolm The Magnificent Seven 2016
Winchester Model 1873 Sam Chisolm The Magnificent Seven 2016
Springfield Armory TRP Robert McCall The Equalizer 2 2018
Ingram MAC-10 Robert McCall The Equalizer 2 2018
Smith & Wesson M&P Compact Robert McCall The Equalizer 2 2018
Glock 17 Robert McCall The Equalizer 2 2018
SIG-Sauer MPX Robert McCall The Equalizer 2 2018



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