|Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me
|| United States
||New Line Cinema
The following weapons were used in the film Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me:
Austin Powers (Mike Myers) uses a Walther PPK/S in .380 as his sidearm throughout the film. The PPK/S pistols seen in the film were custom finished in nickel instead of the standard high polished bluing.
Pearl grips were used for some scenes, but for others they were changed back to standard black plastic grips. This was probably to prevent damage to the pearl grips during stunt work. There were three identical guns used on-set - one was later donated to the Walther Museum, while the other two remain in the inventory of Independent Studio Services (which supplied the guns for the film). These guns were used on all three of the Austin Powers movies.
One of the actual Walther PPK/S pistols used by Mike Myers on all three of the Austin Powers
Another view of the PPK/S from the three Austin Powers
Austin Powers with his Walther PPK/S, distracted after making a joke.
Austin aims his Walther PPK/S at Mini Me.
Austin Powers (Mike Myers
) holding his Walther PPK/S. Note a rare sight, the gun is in single-action mode, the hammer cocked and the trigger back.
Austin aims his Walther PPK/S at Dr. Evil.
Mustafa (Will Ferrell) uses an M1911A1 to try to kill Austin Powers (Mike Myers) and Felicity Shagwell (Heather Graham) in a scene were he chases them in a car.
Mustafa (Will Ferrell
) fires his M1911A1 at Austin and Felicity.
Towards the end of the film, Frau Farbissina (Mindy Sterling) attempts to shoot Austin (Mike Myers) with a Luger P08, but misses him.
Frau Farbissina holding her Luger P08.
Frau with her Luger P08, (quite dangerously) indicating to Dr. Evil that she can't hear a word he is saying.
Smith & Wesson Model 19 (Nickel)
Felicity Shagwell (Heather Graham), Austin's partner in this movie, uses a nickel-plated Smith & Wesson Model 19 with pearl grips.
Smith & Wesson Model 19 (nickel) - .357 Magnum
Felicity Shagwell fires her Smith & Wesson Model 19 at Mustafa's car. You can tell the muzzle flash is added in later -- the cylinder doesn't turn and there's no recoil at all.
Austin Powers aims his Walther PPK/S at Mustafa, as does Felicity Shagwell with her Smith & Wesson Model 19.
Felicity with her Model 19 before raiding the restroom.
Closeup of Felicity's Smith & Wesson Model 19. Note the pearl grips.
Dan Wesson VH-15
At the end of the film, Fat Bastard (Mike Myers) uses a stainless Dan Wesson VH-15 to threaten both Austin (Mike Myers) and Felicity (Heather Graham) before he is disarmed and stopped by Felicity.
Dan Wesson VH-15 - .357 Magnum
Fat Bastard holding his Dan Wesson VH-15.
Fat Bastard aims his Dan Wesson VH-15 at Austin and Felicity.
Bazooka Marksman Joe (Kevin Durand), one of Dr. Evil's assassins, uses an MP40 when Austin travels back to 1969. Instead of killing Austin Powers, the assassin ends up shooting his partner Robin Swallows (Gia Carides) whom Austin uses as a ridiculously hard to kill human shield.
Bazooka Marksman Joe (Kevin Durand
) fires his MP40 at Austin.
Joe holding his empty MP40.
Sten MK II
All of Dr. Evil's (Mike Myers) Henchmen on his private island are armed with Sten Mk II submachine guns.
Sten Mk II submachine gun 9mm Parabellum
Towards the end of the film, Austin Powers (Mike Myers) shoots Dr. Evil (also Mike Myers) in the leg with a satin nicked plated Kimel AP-9 with a custom muzzle brake. Many of Dr. Evil's moon unit henchmen also use theses SMGs. The guns might have been brought back to 1969 with Dr. Evil's time machine, explaining their seemingly anachronistic appearance.
Screen used AA Arms/Kimel Industries AP-9 Pistol - 9x19mm. This is a screen used AP9 from the film, Satin Nickel with muzzle brake (originally a Nickel Ruger Mini-14 Brake and mounted onto the pistol.)
Austin Powers fires his AP-9 at Dr. Evil. Oddly, there is no muzzle flash or ejecting brass even though Mike Myers is flinching.
Austin aims his AP-9 at Dr. Evil.
Rifles / Carbines
FN FAL rifles (standing in for the British Commonwealth L1A1 Self Loading Rifle) were seen in the hands of British troops throughout the film.
FN FAL 50.00 - 7.62x51mm NATO
British soldiers of the Scots Guards with their FN FAL rifles slung over their shoulders.
XM177E1 Carbine (mock-up)
The British soldiers that help Austin and Felicity track down Fat Bastard (Mike Myers) are armed with Colt XM177E1 Carbines. These "XM177s" are actually mock-ups - They have M16A2-style upper receivers and M16/SP1-style lower receivers (the former feature is anachronistic), which means that they are probably full-auto conversions of AR-15A2 Sporter II carbines with the barrels cut down and fake XM177 flash hiders installed.
Colt XM177E2 mock-up similar to those used in the film - 5.56x45mm
Soldiers armed with XM177E1 Carbines
. Note the brass deflector and A2 rear sight, indicating that these are actually XM177 mock-ups built on what are likely Sporter II carbines with chopped barrels.
Slung on the backs of the US Army "privates" in the sequence about the shape of Doctor Evil's rocket-ship are original M16 Rifles.
M16 with 20 round magazine - 5.56x45mm
The private on the left with an M16 rifle slung over his back. Note the three prong flash hider.
M20A1 "Super Bazooka"
After emptying his MP40, Bazooka Marksman Joe (Kevin Durand) fires a modified M20A1 "Super Bazooka" at Austin in 1969. However, the bazooka round doesn't hit its intended target with the round hitting Robin Swallows (Gia Carides) (whom Austin was using as a human shield) instead.
M20A1 "Super Bazooka" - 3.5"
Bazooka Marksman Joe (Kevin Durand
) prepares to fire the Bazooka. Note the humorously fake rocket. Visible in this shot is the sight bracket and loading catch which identify the launcher as an M20A1.
Bazooka Marksman Joe fires the Bazooka at Austin.
The rocket coming forward toward Austin.