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The following weapons were used in the film 88 Minutes:
Forensic psychologist Jack Gramm (Al Pacino) carries a Walther P99 throughout the film.
Walther P99 9mm. Note the ramped trigger guard, small slide serrations, closed and proprietary accessory rail, short magazine release and slightly more curved 'tail' of the pre-2004 models.
A production still shows Jack Gramm (Al Pacino
) holding the Walther P99.
What appears to be a Ruger KP90 is held by Guy LaForge (Stephen Moyer) when he confronts Kim Cummings at her apartment.
What appears to be a Ruger KP90
is held by Guy LaForge (Stephen Moyer) when he confronts Kim Cummings at her apartment.
A helmeted assailant is seen opening fire on Gramm and Kim Cummings with a Beretta 92FS that he has stolen from Gramm's car at the beginning.
Kim Cummings (Alicia Witt) is seen holding a Glock 26 when she and Gramm investigate a victim's apartment.
Kim Cummings (Alicia Witt
) is seen holding a Glock 26
when she and Gramm investigate a victim's apartment.
Frank Parks (William Forsythe) is pulling a Glock 17 on Dr. Gramm. NOTE: Although the Glock 22 is an issue weapon for the FBI, this does not mean that characters who are FBI Agents in movies or TV shows necessarily use them. Hollywood's propmasters and armorers preferred, until recently, to use 9x19mm pistols, due to the difficulties of converting larger calibers to blank-fire. Consequently, there are almost no Glock 22s in movies or TV shows; if a character is supposed to be an FBI Agent, it is most likely that they are using a Glock 17, standing in for the Glock 22.
Glock 17 (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm