Night of the Comet

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Night of the Comet
Comet poster.jpg
Movie poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
Directed by Thom Eberhardt
Release Date 1984
Language English
Studio Thomas Coleman and Michael Rosenblatt Productions
Distributor Atlantic Releasing Corporation
Main Cast
Character Actor
Regina "Reggie" Belmont Catherine Mary Stewart
Samantha "Sam" Belmont Kelli Maroney
Hector Gomez Robert Beltran
Doris Belmont Sharon Farrell
Dr. Carter Geoffrey Lewis
Audrey White Mary Woronov
Willy Ivan E. Roth

The following weapons were used in the film Night of the Comet:



Colt M1911

Hector (Robert Beltran) acquires and uses an M1911 pistol after giving his Iver Johnson to Regina (Catherine Mary Stewart).

Colt M1911A1 Pistol Commercial - .45 ACP
Hector checks the door, M1911 in hand.
Hector points his M1911 at an intruder.

Beretta 950 Jetfire

Dr. Audrey White (Mary Woronov) carries a nickel plated Beretta 950 Jetfire with pearl grips.

Beretta 3032 Tomcat in Stainless Steel - .32 ACP
Audrey points her Tomcat at Hector.
Side view of the Tomcat showing its grips as Audrey puts it aside.


Iver Johnson Revolver

Hector Gomez (Robert Beltran) carries an Iver Johnson Revolver when he first appears.

Iver Johnson - .32 S&W
Hector enters with his Iver Johnson up.
Regina checks Hector's Iver Johnson after he hands it to her.This is okay for date night in the barrio, but we need more firepower.
Regina closes the Iver Johnson.
Regina aims.

Ruger Security Six

One of the stockboys, Willy (Ivan E. Roth), carries a stainless Ruger Security Six with the front sight filed off.

Ruger Security Six. Stainless steel, 4" barrel.
Willy holds Sam hostage with his Ruger.
Willy plays Russian Roulette with a very unwilling Sam.

Smith & Wesson Model 19

The think tank scientists and guards have several Smith & Wesson Model 19s in shoulder holsters. Two are taken and used by Sam and Regina.

Smith & Wesson Model 19 Combat Magnum - .357 magnum
Regina gets this Smith & Wesson off a guard.
Regina with the Smith & Wesson in the car.
Sam has this Smith & Wesson, also presumably acquired from a guard.

Submachine guns

Heckler & Koch HK33A3

Another guard (Karl Johnson) is seen briefly with a Heckler & Koch HK33A3.

HK33A3 Rifle.
The guard's HK33 is slung over his shoulder as he helps Brian out of the helicopter.


Regina (Catherine Mary Stewart) and Sam (Kelli Maroney) acquire two MAC-10's for protection. One of the stockboys also uses a MAC-10 during the mall shootout.

Ingram MAC-10 open bolt submachine gun - .45 ACP
Sam fires at a car she is using for target practice.
The MAC-10 jams. "Daddy would've gotten us Uzis," Sam complains.
Reggie readies her MAC-10 during the mall shootout.
Stockboy firing his MAC-10.


One of the guards (Joel Levine) at the think tank's desert base is armed with an Uzi equipped with a wooden stock. Hector (Robert Beltran) steals it from him after knocking him out.

IMI Uzi 9x19mm with detachable wooden buttstock
The guard on duty with his Uzi.
Hector tosses the Uzi into a trashcan. The wooden stock is visible.


MGC M16 Replica

MGC M16 Replica rifles are seen in the hands of some of the guards at the think tank's desert base. This is actually a HK-93 rifle. You can see the lack of paddle magazine release, clip and pin trigger group and "SF" only markings.

The MGC M16 Assault rifle: a non firing metal replica built by the Model Gun Corp of Japan and one of the most used non firing replicas of the M16 in movies and television.
Guard on duty at the gate resting his M16. Note the fake forward assist of the MGC replica.


Mossberg 500

One of the stockboys at the mall (Dick Rude) wields a Mossberg 500 with a sawn off barrel and shortened stock.

Mossberg 500 with sawed-off barrel and stock - 12 Gauge
The stockboy fires his Mossberg 500.
The stockboy fires his Mossberg 500.

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