Art of War, The
The Art of War is a 2000 action film that stars Wesley Snipes as Neil Shaw, an operative for a covert unit that works as an arm of the United Nations. Shaw finds himself on the run when he's framed for the assassination of a Chinese ambassador. The film's cast includes Michael Biehn, Anne Archer, and Donald Sutherland. Snipes would return as Shaw in a 2008 DTV sequel and a third DTV film was released in 2009.
The following weapons were used in the film The Art of War:
Shaw (Wesley Snipes) gets a Glock 17 fitted with a suppressor from a former operative's secret cache of weapons. NYPD officers and federal agents in addition to FBI Special Agent Frank Capella (Maury Chaykin) also carry the Glock.
The Beretta 92FS is seen in the hands of NYPD officers.
Ming also is seen with a suppressed Beretta 93R later in the film.
A Beretta 92D is seen used by Operative Bly during a confrontation at the UN. Shaw is also seen shooting his leg chains with a Beretta 92D. The D model of the 92 has a smooth back end of the slide (like a Taurus) aka no decocker/safety. One might confuse it with a Taurus if it were not for the clear view of the rest of the pistol. The "D" model also has a shaved hammer and is a strictly DAO pistol.
What appears to be an Intratec CAT-9 is carried by Neil Shaw while chasing down an assassin.
A Chinese assassin is seen holding a suppressed Para-Ordnance P-13.
Heckler & Koch USP
A female assassin is seen with a suppressed FEG PA-63 when confronting Julia Fang (Marie Matiko) in the hospital.
A sniper is seen using a suppressed Steyr AUG during the assassination attempt on Ambassador Wu. The AUG is later seen being put in the hands of Shaw in order to frame him.
A United Nations honor guard detail is seen holding M16A2s during a funeral ceremony.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
NYPD ESU officers are armed with the Heckler & Koch MP5A3 when confronting Shaw on the street.
Secret Cache of Weapons
Shaw smashes a mirror to reveal a secret cache of weapons.