Triple Tap is the 2010 sequel to the 2000 HK action film Double Tap. The film follows a top HK cop whose experience as a shooting competition champion leads him to a confrontation with a bank robbing crew. The cast includes Louis Koo Tin-Lok, Daniel Wu and Alex Fong, who returns to reprise his role as Inspector Miu.
The following weapons were used in the film Triple Tap:
Strayer Voigt Infinity
Kwan Yau-Bok (Louis Koo Tin-Lok) uses a Strayer Voight Infinity throughout the film
This SVI 1911 is nearly identical to the one used in the film. The description on the website reads, "IMM Open pistol made of carbon steel with Titanium compensator." (Picture supplied by sviguns.com)
Kwan Yau-Bok (Louis Koo Tin-Lok) practices aiming before the Hong Kong Pistol Shooting Club competition.
Kwan Yau-Bok (Louis Koo Tin-Lok) chambers a round.
His magazine falls out of his gun while sprinting to this next target.
Kwan Yau-Bok (Louis Koo Tin-Lok
) aims his Strayer Voight Infinity 1911 at the thieves.
Kwan Yau-Bok (Louis Koo Tin-Lok
) shoots at flood lights during the final shootout. (Note the ejected round near his head.)
Close up of Kwan's gun while firing. (Note the word "INFINITY" on the slide.)
Prop goof: In this scene, the gun Kwan uses has a different trigger, different hammer, different cocking handle, and the beavertail is black instead of chrome, while the slide release lever is chrome instead of black. Note that from the "OPS-M.R.P." marking on the grip, this should be a modified airsoft prop.
Chong Tze-Wai (Daniel Wu) uses this gun for the HKPSC competition and in the final shootout.
Promotional still of Chong Tze-Wai (Daniel Wu
Chong Tze-Wai (Daniel Wu
) taking his first shot at a HKPSC competition.
Smith & Wesson 439
A Smith & Wesson 439 is used by one of the thieves in the robbery.
Smith and Wesson Model 439 - 9mm. With Pachmayr grips.
The thief out of ammunition.
The Smith and Wesson is seen in the police evidence room.
A Browning Hi-Power used by one of the thieves in the robbery. Pang To uses another Hi-Power to kill the surviving officer later.
Browning Hi-Power "Type 73" - 9x19mm. These Hi-Powers feature elongated bushings different from Hi-Powers Made before 1973 and after the MK II Series.
Evidence Browning Hi-Power.
Pang To hurries out after setting off an alarm.
Pang uses a bottle and towel as an improvised suppressor
Pang measures parts as he assembles his gun.
Smith & Wesson Model 10
A traffic officer (Andrew Lin) is armed with a Smith & Wesson Model 10.
Smith & Wesson Model 10 Revolver - .38 Special
A traffic officer aims his weapon at armed robbers.
The Glock 17 could be seen in Chong Tze-Wai's (Daniel Wu) holster during the briefing of the robbery case. This is probably an error, as the SIG-Sauer P250 Compact was the standard sidearm of HKPF officers in the criminal investigation units at that time the film was released, having replaced the Glock 17 pistols.
Glock 17 3rd Generation - 9x19mm. Note the finger grooves, thumb reliefs, and accessory rail on the frame, which differentiate it from the older model.
Mossberg 500 Cruiser
Thief points his Mossberg 500 Cruiser at an officer.
Used by one of the guards during the robbery.
Remington 870 Police Magnum Riot Shotgun.
Heckler & Koch HK91
What appears to be a Heckler & Koch HK91 is the weapon used by a sniper from Kwan's visualization of a possible scenario.
HK91-A2 Rifle with Standard Stock Note lack of third position for automatic fire - 7.62x51mm NATO.
What appears to be an HK91 is the weapon used by Andrew Lin Hoi who plays twins: the officer at the robbery and a sniper on Hong Kong Police's Hit Team.
The rifle used by sniper from Kwan's visualization of a possible scenario of the final shootout with police.
Kwan uses Pang's zip gun.
Kwan checks the zip gun to see if it's loaded.
A thief uses a smoke grenade to smoke out the guards in the armored truck.
Other raceguns are seen at the Kowloon Gun Club where Kwan keeps his own gun.