Assassination is a 1987 thriller directed by Peter Hunt and starring Charles Bronson as Jay Killion, a veteran US Secret Service agent assigned to protect Royce Craig (Jill Ireland), the headstrong First Lady of the United States. After an attempt on the First Lady's life, both Killion and Craig must go on the run while attempting to discover who is trying to eliminate her.
The following weapons were used in the film Assassination (1987):
Secret Service Agent Jay Killion (Charles Bronson) carries a Walther PPK as his personal sidearm. It is most notably seen during the train scene. He later gives it to Agent Loudermilk (Randy Brooks) to cover him.
Heckler & Koch P9S
The Heckler & Koch P9S appears to be the onduty weapon carried by Agent Killion. The handgun is only seen holstered. Agent Tyler Loudermilk (Randy Brooks) uses the Heckler & Koch P9S when an assassin riding a jetski makes an attempt on the First Lady.
Heckler & Koch P7M13
USSS Agents and various assassins use the Uzi. The U.S. Secret Service actually did have the Uzi in their arsenal in the 1980's and many agents used them (the most notable example being the assassination attempt on Ronald Reagan on March 30, 1981 when Special Agent Bob Wanko pulled an Uzi out of a briefcase to cover the President).
IMI Micro Uzi
A Micro Uzi is first seen mounted on the motorcycle ridden by Killion. Killion is then firing the micro Uzi when an assassin on a jetski opens fire on them.
An assassin is seen trying to taking out a Presidential helicopter with a FIM-43 Redeye.
Killion uses an M72 LAW to try and take out a motorcycle-riding assassin.
LaFrance Specialties M16K
Pritchard Young (William Hays) uses a LaFrance Specialties M16K to open fire on a hotel room. Killian also is seen with the rifle.
American Derringer Model 1
Killian's backup weapon is a American Derringer Model 1, which he keeps it in an ankle holster and then he offers to the First Lady as a defense weapon. Killian says it fires a .410 Shotgun Shell that will "take a man's face off".
A Secret Service agent attempting to arrest Bunsen carries a Beretta 92F which he fires uncontrollably into the air when he is pushed against a wall.