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April Rain is a 2014 action film starring Ryan Guzman, Luke Goss, and Ming-Na Wen. In this high action adventure, an eclectic group of terrorists plot to attack the United States from within. It's up to a quasi-military special investigative unit to identify, infiltrate and neutralize the threat.
The following weapons were used in the film April Rain:
Alex (Ryan Guzman) and Sikes (Luke Goss) use Beretta 92FS pistols for the majority of the movie. Special Agent Singleton (Doug Savant) also uses one in the confrontation with Helen, substituting for the Taurus he has in the final shootout. A pair of police officers are also armed with them.
A Russian thug uses a Taurus PT92AF with wood grips in the opening shootout, and Special Agent Singleton uses one with black plastic grips in the final shootout.
In a few inside scenes, Sikes has a (rubber prop) Browning Hi-Power holstered. It is never drawn.
The Makarov PMM and other Makarov-type pistols, are common weapons in the film, notably used by Nikolai Kotov (Andrew Keegan). In a scene, he uses one, specifically an IJ-70 with target sights, threaded barrel, and suppressor, despite using a PMM with only target sights in the scene directly prior. It is also Mikhail Kotov's (played by the film's producer, Adrian Tudor) weapon of choice in the final shootout. This one, however, is a rubber replica.
A terrorist uses a Makarov PM before he is shot.
Yusef (Jake Lawson) pulls a Llama IX-A in a last-ditch attempt to avoid arrest.
Smith & Wesson Model 64
Helen points a Smith & Wesson Model 64 at Special Agent Thomas in the film when she confronts him.
Smith & Wesson 640
Nikolai's back-up piece is a Smith & Wesson 640.
Alex is shown with a Glock 17 in certain scenes. This is an airsoft replica. Other SWAT officers use them, as well.
One of the SWAT officers (played by Lou Simon, the film's stunt coordinator), carries a Glock 18 in the raid on Yusef's apartment. This is another airsoft replica.
One terrorist is armed with an MP5KA3 in the park. As it is never fired, it was a rubber replica.
Mossberg 500 Cruiser
Dimitri uses a Mossberg 500 Cruiser with a heatshield in the opening shootout. The tactical response unit also has an officer wielding one in the final shootout.
Polytech Legend AK-47
Other terrorists use Type-56s in the final shootout.
Nikolai also uses a Type 56-1 with a bayonet.
SWAT Officers use M4A1s in the film. These are all airsoft replicas, fitted with foregrips and replica ACOG 4x scopes.
In the final shootout, Mikhail is shot by what is described in the script as a .50 caliber gun on a drone. However, the drone used in the film could not possibly fire, and CG flashes were inserted in front of its legs to simulate gunfire.