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The following guns were used in the film The Pacifier:
IMI Uzi submachine guns are used by a majority of the thugs on the boat at the beginning of the film.
A thug on the boat armed with an IMI Uzi.
Heckler & Koch MP5K
One of the thugs circling the boat on a jetski readies a Heckler & Koch MP5K when the Navy SEALs begin their assault.
Heckler & Koch MP5K - 9mm.
A thug readies his Heckler & Koch MP5K.
Steyr AUG A1
One of the thugs circling the boat on a patrol helicopter is seen armed with a Steyr AUG A1 fitted with a brass catcher over the ejection port.
Steyr AUG A1 - 5.56x45mm.
A thug aims his Steyr AUG A1 fitted with a brass catcher.
One of the thugs on the boat is briefly seen armed with a Franchi SPAS-12 shotgun.
Franchi SPAS-12 - 12 Gauge.
A thug is seen on the boat armed with a SPAS-12, lower right.
Mrs. Chun (Mung-Ling Tsui) uses a SIG-Sauer P225 as her sidearm at the end of the film. It is easily identified as a P225 since it has a squared trigger guard.
SIG-Sauer P225 - 9x19mm. This is actually a SIG-Sauer P6, as noted by the cutaway hammer.
Mrs. Chun aims her SIG-Sauer P225, left.
Mrs. Chun with her SIG P228.
Shane Wolf (Vin Diesel
) wields a SIG P225 in his left hand.
Mr. Chun (Dennis Akayama) uses a chrome Desert Eagle in .50 Action Express as his sidearm at the end of the film.
Mr. Chun aims his Desert Eagle, right.
Shane Wolf (Vin Diesel
) wields a Desert Eagle in his right hand.
Mr. Chun with his Desert Eagle tucked in his armor sling.
Mr. Chun aims his Desert Eagle at the kids during the car chase.
The kids drive Mr. Chun off the road by throwing used diapers at him. It wouldn't be a kid's movie without some toilet humor.
Heckler & Koch USP-45
Capt. Bill Fawcett (Chris Potter) uses a tutone Heckler & Koch USP, presumably a USP-45 based on the muzzle diameter to hold up Shane Wolf (Vin Diesel) and Julie Plummer (Faith Ford) in her husband's secret basement before being knocked out by Shane. There is a Continuity error where we see the gun's hammer is cocked, but in the next shot, the hammer is not.
Heckler & Koch USP-45 - .45 ACP.
Cpt. Fawcett knocks out Wolf with the butt of his tutone Heckler & Koch USP-45.
Cpt. Fawcett holds his USP-45 on Wolf in the secret basement.
Cpt. Fawcett with his USP-45.
Cpt. Fawcett holds his USP-45 on Wolf.
Another shot of the same scene.
The Montgomery County (Maryland) police officers responding at the house all use Glock 17 pistols. Some of these pistols have a shiny finish, which is not correct for a true Glock, indicating they are props.
Glock 17 2nd generation - 9mm.
Police with their Glock 17s at the ready.
The police drop their Glocks when ordered to by Mr. Chung.
Mr. Chung (Dennis Akayama) uses a M4A1 carbine to hold the police and the family at gun point.
M4A1 with M68 Aimpoint scope - 5.56x45mm.
Mr. Chung with his suppressed M4A1. The weapon has a Gemtech suppressor, an M68 Aimpoint sight, an AN-PEQ2 IR designator and a flashlight on a side rail and a laser on the opposite rail. Contrary to common knowledge, red dot sights can be used with the front caps on, using both eyes open as an 'instinctive' point and shoot sight.
Mr. Chung forces the police to drop their guns. Note that the rear cap on the red dot sight is also down.
M203 grenade launcher
Underslung on Mr. Chung's (Dennis Akayama) M4A1 is an M203 grenade launcher, which seem to have unfamiliar parts seen inside the muzzle (possibly devices created by the pyrotechnical special effects crew).
M203 grenade launcher - 40mm.
Mr. Chung points his M4A1 fitted with an M203 launcher. Note the out of place parts seen inside the muzzle.
A better sideshot of the M203 launcher.