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Thor: Ragnarok
Dual M16/SP1 rifles are seen in the hands of Skurge (Karl Urban) in Thor: Ragnarok.
Skurge (Karl Urban) fires dual M16/SP1 rifles in Thor: Ragnarok.

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Officer Tackleberry (David Graf): I use a factory accurised Detonics .45 Scoremaster. It's got the extended barrel for the silencer, short hammerfall, and I load it with 230 grain full patch rounds. It's primarily for stopping power.
Sgt. Kirkland (Colleen Camp): On the other hand, if you want penetration, a .357 round will crack the engine block of a truck.
Officer Tackleberry: I can see where that would be useful. -- Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment

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One of the earliest appearances of the Heckler & Koch USP in a major motion picture was in 1994's Terminal Velocity.

The M134 minigun used by Blaine (Jesse Ventura) in Predator was later modified and used by the Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger) in Terminator 2: Judgment Day.

The "Auto 9" handgun that was first seen in the film RoboCop also was seen in the films City Hunter and Sin City.

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FN Herstal
A production image of Jack with the FN SCAR-L, the laser designator visible, in Season 8 of 24.

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