Baby Driver

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Baby Driver
BabyDriver.jpg
Poster
Country UKD.jpg United Kingdom
Directed by Edgar Wright
Release Date 2017
Studio Working Title Films
Distributor TriStar Pictures
Main Cast
Character Actor
Baby Ansel Elgort
Doc Kevin Spacey
Darling Eiza González
Buddy Jon Hamm
Bats Jamie Foxx


Baby Driver is a 2017 Edgar Wright-directed genre 'send-up' film in the same vein as his previous features Hot Fuzz and Shaun of the Dead. The film stars Ansel Elgort as "Baby", an expert getaway driver who uses music to heighten his skills for various robbery crews. The film was praised for its direction and unique use of sound design. The film's cast includes Kevin Spacey, Jamie Foxx, Jon Bernthal, and Jon Hamm.


The following weapons were used in the film Baby Driver:

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Pistols

Kimber Ultra Raptor

A Stainless Kimber Ultra Raptor is seen used by Monica Costello AKA "Darling" (Eiza González) as her personal sidearm. It is later seen used by Baby (Ansel Elgort). The Kimber is also featured on the film's poster.

Kimber Stainless Ultra Raptor - .45 ACP.
Buddy (Jon Hamm) is kind enough to rack the slide for his wife during the gunfight. What a guy!
The pistol is wielded by Darling (Eiza González) at the left. It appears to have jammed.
Darling (Eiza González) drops a bag with her Kimber and other assorted contraband into Baby's stolen car, which is how he obtains it. Note the "KIMBER" logo on the wood grips.
Closeup of the pistol held by Baby (Ansel Elgort).
Baby (Ansel Elgort) holds the pistol after being cornered by Buddy.

SIG-Sauer P250 Compact two-tone

A SIG-Sauer P250 Compact with a stainless steel slide is used by Jason Van Horn AKA "Buddy" (Jon Hamm). It is his secondary sidearm, shown being used in the gun dealer shootout as well as the diner shootout and the parking garage shootout. It can be identified as a SIG P250 by the slide, the reflection on the metal trigger and the bobbed DAO hammer.

SIG-Sauer P250 Compact two-tone - 9x19mm
The pistol is wielded by Buddy (Jon Hamm) at the right.

SIG-Sauer P229 E2

A SIG-Sauer P229R (a newer "E2"-type model with the taller slide serrations) is used by Buddy (Jon Hamm), possibly a continuity error to aforementioned P250 Compact.

SIG-Sauer P229 E2 - 9x19mm
The pistol is revealed underneath the newspaper.
What appears to be a SIG-Sauer P229 E2 is used by Buddy (Jon Hamm).

Smith & Wesson 4566

Leon Jefferson III AKA "Bats" (Jamie Foxx) carries around a mid-production model Smith & Wesson 4566 with adjustable sights as his sidearm. This was previously identified as a 5906, but this firearm has no double stack bulge and appears to have a larger muzzle, so it's probably a 4566.

Smith & Wesson 4566 - .45 ACP
Bats reloads his 4566 with a fresh magazine during the warehouse shootout.
Bats with his 4566 during the warehouse shootout.
Bats with his 4566 during the warehouse shootout.
Bats with his 4566 while talking to Darling and Buddy in the warehouse. This shot clearly shows the flat-sided frame, meaning this is a single stack pistol.
Baby struggles to keep Bats from using his 4566 on Debora in the diner. This is the best shot of Bats' 4566 in the film. You can clearly see the ambidextrous safety on the slide, which identifies this for sure as a third generation Smith and not a similar S&W automatic , like a 659. Also note how the "dog ear" rear sight base and protector has been removed, leaving just the rear sight. This could also be a custom adjustable rear sight.

Heckler & Koch HK45

The off-duty Marine with the MP5K (Clay Donahue Fontenot) also uses a Tan Heckler & Koch HK45 during the armored car robbery.

Heckler & Koch HK45 with a tan frame - .45 ACP
The HK45 in the glovebox

Heckler & Koch VP9

A Heckler & Koch VP9 is seen on the ground after an shootout with the corrupt cops after an illegal arms deal. Presumably used by a cop during the shootout.

Heckler & Koch VP9 - 9x19mm

Smith & Wesson M&P

Officers of the Atlanta, Georgia Police Department are shown to carry Smith & Wesson M&Ps as their standard-issue sidearms. This is quite accurate, as, in reality, the Atlanta PD carry M&Ps. The M&Ps appear to be 9mm which is not correct for the Atlanta PD as they use the M&P40 in reality.

Smith & Wesson M&P9 - 9x19mm
Inside the pistol cache on the far bottom left, the slide serrations on the pistol next to the SIG identify it as a S&W M&P, likely one used by the Atlanta PD later on in the film.
Atlanta PD officers with their M&Ps aimed during the parking lot shootout.
An Atlanta PD officer's M&P locks empty during the parking lot shootout.

Smith & Wesson M&P Shield

One of the corrupted cops shoots a Smith & Wesson M&P Shield at Baby.

Smith & Wesson M&P Shield - 9x19mm
One of the corrupted cops shoots a M&P Shield at Baby.

M1911A1 variant

Inside the pistol cache on the bottom right is what appears to be some kind of 1911A1 variant with thin front and rear cocking serrations, three-hole trigger, rubber Pachmayr grips and (possibly?) a ring hammer. It is entirely possible that this is simply a Colt XSE or a similar variant with Pachmayr grips.

Colt XSE with wood grips - .45 ACP
The 1911A1 is seen on the bottom right.

Walther P99

A first-generation Walther P99 is seen in the illegal weapons cache. It is never being seen fired and could just be simply a rubber prop.

First-generation Walther P99 - 9x19mm
The Walther is seen on the top left. It is noted as a first-generation model by its hooked trigger guard, a feature which was eliminated on second and third-generation models. Also, note that the trigger is in the rearward position, meaning that the gun is in single-action mode.

Glock 26

A third-generation Glock 26 is seen in the illegal weapons cache. It is never being seen fired and could just be simply a rubber prop.

Glock 26 Gen. 3 - 9x19mm
The Glock is seen on the top row in the center. Note the extended slide release and magazine floorplate. Also, the markings on the gun are sorta weird, so this is probably just a rubber stunt gun.

Submachine Guns

SIG-Sauer MPX

Dual SIG-Sauer MPX Pistols are wielded by Darling (Eiza González).

SIG-Sauer MPX Pistol, Gen 1 - 9x19mm
Promotional still of Eiza González with the MPXs.
Darling fires one of her MPXs beside Buddy.
Dual SIG-Sauer MPX Pistols are wielded by Darling (Eiza González). Here she is firing at a large number of Atlanta Police Officers without any cover and without bothering to aim. You can imagine that this does not end well for her.

Heckler & Koch MP5K

In addition to his HK45, the off-duty Marine (Clay Donahue Fontenot) is seen hilariously using a Heckler & Koch MP5K during the armored car robbery. Apparently, director Edgar Wright put the submachine gun in the film to inject some more over the top humor into the largely serious scene.

Heckler & Koch MP5K - 9x19mm
"Soldier Boy" is seen wielding the MP5K.
The MP5K is fired at the getaway vehicle.

Ingram MAC-10

A gunman during the weapons deal shootout is seen firing an Ingram MAC-10.

Ingram MAC-10 - .45 ACP
A goon with a MAC-10 during the shootout.

Heckler & Koch MP7A1

On the left of the illegal gun cache are two Heckler & Koch MP7A1s. They are never being seen fired and could just be simply rubber props.

Heckler & Koch MP7A1 with 40-round magazine - 4.6x30mm
On the left of the illegal gun cache are two Heckler & Koch MP7s.

CAA Tactical RONI-G1 Glock conversion kit

What is strikingly similar to a CAA Tactical RONI-G1 kit to put over a Glock 17 pistol is seen in the illegal weapons cache. It is entirely possible that this is what is seen here.

Glock 17 mounted in a CAA Tactical RONI-G1.
Inside the illegal gun cache appears to be a CAA Tactical RONI-G1 chassis, presumably over a Glock 17, located at the bottom right of the case.


Assault Rifles

Primary Weapons Systems MK1

The Primary Weapons Systems MK1 is the main weapon of Buddy (Jon Hamm) after the heist groups acquires its weapons from the illegal arms dealer. This is a long stroke piston-driven AR-15 derivative that was first put to market in 2014 and is notably adapted to fire the .223 Wylde cartridge. The weapon is equipped with an EOTech 551 holographic, a Magpul RVG grip, Magpul furniture, and folding sights. Humorously, the firearm appears to fire in full-auto yet the sound effects seem to indicate semi-auto; this is the exact opposite error that Darling's MPX have. In non-firing scenes, the weapon is replaced by a rubber version of the Daniel Defense MK18.

The PWS MK1 from this movie was later re-used in the last season of Hawaii Five-0.

Primary Weapons Systems MK1 - .223 Wylde. The weapon pictured here is the actual screen-used weapon from the film, though it has different accessories (e.g., an EOTech EXPS3-0, rather than the EOTech 551 used in the film) in this image. This picture was posted on the Instagram account of Independent Studio Services, which provided all weapons used in the film.
On the top of the illegal gun cache is the PWS MK1 rifle which is used by Buddy later on in the film. Note the distinctive flash hider, which is a unique characteristic of PWS rifles.
Buddy fires his PWS MK1 beside Darling.
"This is all your fault." Buddy to Baby while reloading his PWS during the parking lot shootout.
Buddy with his PWS MK1 during the parking lot shootout. Note some of the other telltale signs of the PWS MK1: The lower receiver has PWS markings, and on the upper receiver is white writing which reads, ".223 Wylde."
Buddy reloads his AR with a Magpul PMAG during the parking lot shootout.

Daniel Defense MK18

Although Buddy uses a Primary Weapons Systems MK1 as his main weapon in the film, the gun is replaced by a Daniel Defense MK18 in the same configuration for non-firing scenes. This weapon actually appears to be a rubber clone of a MK18, not a live-fire weapon.

Daniel Defense MK18 with Magpul MOE stock and Magpul PMAG magazine - 5.56x45mm NATO.
An on-set photo of Jon Hamm with the rubber Daniel Defense MK18. Note eye protection, since the actors on-set were firing blanks.

AKMS

Two AKMS assault rifles are seen in the Butcher's illegal gun cache, one with wood furniture and one with aluminum rails. The one appears to be Polish by the wood furniture. Bats (Jamie Foxx) later acquires it and uses it during the gun deal shootout.

AKMS - 7.62x39mm
An AKMS sits on top of a number of M67 "Baseball" grenades in the illegal gun cache.
Inside the gun cache is an AKMS with wood furniture and what appears to be another AKMS that has been heavily altered cosmetically, to include a RIS. Note the lack of a muzzle device, meaning this could be a post-ban import civilian AK.
Bats (Jamie Foxx) fires the AKMS alongside Buddy and Darling.

SIG SG-552

A SIG SG-552 "Commando" appears to be located behind the CAA Tactical RONI-G1 Glock conversion in the illegal weapons cache. It is not ever fired and could be a rubber prop.

SIG SG 552 Commando - 5.56x45mm NATO
On the top right of the illegal gun cache appears to be either a SIG SG-552 or 553. It is hard to see, but note the folded stock, charging handle, sights and handguards.

Colt Model 733

A Colt Model 733 "Commando" is seen at the bottom of the Butcher's illegal gun cache.

Colt Model 733 "M16A2 Commando/M4 Commando" - 5.56x45mm
A Colt 733 is seen at the bottom of the illegal gun cache.

Shotguns

Ithaca 37 "Stakeout"

"Doc" (Kevin Spacey) is armed with an Ithaca 37 "Stakeout"-style shotgun during the parking garage shootout.

Ithaca 37 "Stakeout" - 12 gauge
Doc (Kevin Spacey) holds his Ithaca 37 Stakeout.
Doc (Kevin Spacey) with the Ithaca while facing off against Buddy in a police car.

Mossberg 590 Mariner

J.D. (Lanny Joon) uses a Mossberg 590 Mariner shotgun. His shotgun is the only one without a sling, which means he leaves it behind in the panic of swapping cars after the heist.

Mossberg 590 Mariner with extended magazine tube - 12 gauge.
A masked JD at the right with his Mariner shotgun.
JD with his Mariner shotgun.

Remington 870 MCS Masterkey

Bats (Jamie Foxx) is seen with a Remington 870 MCS Masterkey.

Remington 870 MCS Masterkey - 12 gauge
A masked Bats in the center with his shotgun.

Serbu Super Shorty

Bats (Jamie Foxx) is seen with a Serbu Super Shorty with long barrel

Serbu Super Shorty Shotgun made from a Remington 870 - 12 Gauge
Bats (Jamie Foxx) using his Serbu Super Shorty against a security guard of the post office

Grenades

M67 "Baseball" Hand grenade

Several M67 hand grenades are seen in the illegal weapons cache. Later Bats uses one to blow up a vehicle.

M67 "Baseball" hand grenade.
Underneath the AKMS in the illegal weapons cache is a number of M67 "Baseball" grenades.

Other

Weapons Cache

"The Butcher", the illegal gun salesman (played by Paul Williams in a cameo) offers up a weapons cache for sale. Some of the weapons seen in the cache includes some pistols, submachine guns, assault rifles and grenades.

Inside the pistol cache (from left to right in the top row) is a first-generation Walther P99, a third-generation Glock 26, and what appears to be a Glock build done on a Polymer 80 frame. On the bottom row, what appears to likely be the very same SIG-Sauer P229 E2 that is later used by Buddy (Jon Hamm), a third-generation Glock 17 and finally what appears to be a 1911A1 variant (possibly a Colt XSE). Also, the slide serrations on the pistol next to the SIG identify it as a Smith & Wesson M&P, likely one used by the Atlanta PD later on in the film.
Inside the other gun cache are two Heckler & Koch MP7s, and what appears to be a SIG-Sauer SG-552 or 553 "Commando" and a CAA Tactical RONI-G1 Glock conversion kit, as noted by the pistol magazine stored on the stock.
Inside the other gun cache is an AKMS and a number of M67 "Baseball" grenades.
Inside the other gun cache is an AKMS with wood furniture and what appears to be another AKMS that has been heavily altered cosmetically, to include a RIS. Note the lack of a muzzle device, meaning this could be a post-ban import civilian AK.
Inside the other gun cache (from bottom to top) is a Colt Model 733, what appears to be some type of suppressed AR variant and the custom AR-15 variant which is used by Buddy later on in the film.


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