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|The Baytown Outlaws|
The Baytown Outlaws is a 2012 action movie set in the Southern United States which tells the story of the redneck Oodie brothers Brick (Clayne Crawford), Lincoln (Daniel Cudmore) and McQueen (Travis Fimmel) who spend their days serving as an unofficial mop-up team for county sheriff Millard (Andre Braugher).
They accept an assignment for Celeste (Eva Longoria), ex-wife to local mobster Carlos (Billy Bob Thornton), to rescue her godson Rob (Thomas Brodie-Sangster) from Carlos's hands and kill Carlos as well. Things do not go quite as planned and the Oodie brothers find themselves being chased by several gangs and the local authorities.
The following weapons were used in the film The Baytown Outlaws:
McQueen (Travis Fimmel) carries a nickel SIG-Sauer P226 as his side arm for most of the movie, usually dual-wielding it with a Glock 17.
SIG-Sauer P226 pistol - 9x19mm
McQueen carefully approaching the Hood Pirates armoured truck after it comes to a stop after an exchange of gunfire with the Oodies.
With his SIG-Sauer P226
in hand, McQueen inspects what remains of the inside of the armoured truck.
A good view of the slide and grips of the SIG-Sauer P226
as McQueen moves around the campground in the final scene.
McQueen’s second weapon of choice is a Glock 17, identifiable by the grip as 2nd generation, that he is usually seen dual-wielding with a SIG-Sauer P226. Several local law enforcement officers also carry the Glock 17.
2nd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm
McQueen picking up a Glock 17
from the Oodie brother’s arsenal in preparation for the final shootout.
In the finale, McQueen goes down with his locked-back Glock 17
in hand, even in this situation maintaining trigger discipline…
Sheriff Millard carries a Glock 17
as he carefully approaches the location of the final shootout.
Celeste (Eva Longoria) picks up a nickel plated Browning Hi-Power when thugs descend on the camp ground in the finale. She’s not seen using it though.
FN Browning Hi-Power Nickel plated with "beer can" adjustable sights - 9x19mm
Celeste picks up a Browning Hi-Power
, note the distinctive "beer can" adjustable sights (visible when enlarging the image).
Large Vatos (Luis Da Silva Jr.), a local drug dealer, answers the door with a Beretta 92FS in hand. ATF Agent Reese (Paul Wesley) also seems to carry one.
It is not wise to start swearing when the Oodie brothers come knocking on one’s door, even with a Beretta 92FS
at the ready…
It is not totally visually confirmed, but the grip with the two screws seem to give Reese’s gun away as a Beretta 92FS
Another view of the grips of what seems to be a Beretta 92FS
in Reese’s holster.
Taurus Model 689
Brick carries a 6” blued Taurus Model 689 revolver as his sidearm throughout the movie. He usually keeps it tucked inside his belt, not using any kind of holster.
Taurus Model 689 Stainless Steel revolver .357 Magnum
With his Taurus Model 689
in hand, Brick has a discussion with the surviving inhabitant of the house that he and his brothers just raided.
Brick walking around what remains of the insides of an armoured vehicle, his revolver tucked in his belt.
Brick filling a magazine in preparation for the final battle, note the customized grips on the Taurus Model 689
Unidentified M1911 Variant
A thug carries an unidentified M1911 pistol series variant. The trigger guard and the match sight are reminiscent of a Safari Arms .45 or a Strayer Voigt Infinity but not enough details are visible for a good identification.
Safari Arms Matchmaster - .45 ACP
Strayer Voigt Infinity 1911 - .45 ACP
FN PS90 TR
One of the members of the Hood Pirates gang (uncredited actor) uses an FN PS90 TR to shoot at the Oodie brothers. Brick later picks up the weapon but does not use it.
From a lookout-point in the back of the ‘Nubian Princess’ armoured vehicle, a Hood Pirate fires his FN PS90 TR
at the Oodie car.
Brick inspects the strange looking weapon but decides on a more traditional shotgun for the final gun battle. Note the long barrel and the rails.
Heckler & Koch MP5K
Pammy (Brea Grant) one of the prostitute assassins, tosses a Heckler & Koch MP5K into the sidecar of her motorcycle after the girls have finished their latest hit. She does not carry it in the confrontation with the Oodie Brothers, and it is never fired.
Heckler & Koch MP5K - 9x19mm
A publicity still of the assassins with their bikes; Pammy, left, holds the MP5K; on the right, Jez (Serinda Swan
) holds the Mossberg 500
Heckler & Koch MP5A2
One of the members of the native American biker gang carries a Heckler & Koch MP5A2 with a Surefire 628 dedicated forend weaponlight, a picatinny-mounted aimpoint and a silencer. The stock is not visible, but since the gun is reloaded while running, and the left hand is not on the grip, it is assumed that the gun is carried by the fixed stock.
Heckler & Koch MP5A2 with Surefire 628 dedicated forend weaponlight - 9x19mm
The Heckler & Koch MP5A2
being reloaded as the gang members run across bush. Note the unusual combination of weaponlight with silencer.
A good view on the middle section of the Heckler & Koch MP5A2
with the picatinny-mounted aimpoint device.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
In one shot, a Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with retracted stock can be seen on the table with the Oodie brothers’ arsenal. It is never picked up or used though.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 - 9x19mm
Angel (Arden Cho) one of the prostitute assassins, tosses a full-sized Uzi into the sidecar of her motorcycle after the girls have finished their latest hit. She does not carry it in the confrontation with the Oodie Brothers, and it is never fired.
IMI Uzi with collapsed buttstock - 9x19mm
EKOL ASI Uzi
Another submachine gun seen in the Oodie brothers’ arsenal is the EKOL ASI Uzi. It is easily identified by the typical front section, the stubby front grip and the two small pieces of picatinny rails on top.
EKOL ASI Uzi - 9mm P.A.K. blanks
A pair of dual-wielded M4A1 carbines are the weapons of choice for Lincoln (Daniel Cudmore), sometimes with the stocks removed. Several members of the Hood Pirates gang, including Montane (Damien Moses), Diggs (Keith Woulard) and Rondo (Tim J. Smith), are also seen using M4A1 carbines, as well as McQueen, who uses one during the final gun battle. Jez (Serinda Swan) also poses with the rifle on the theatrical release poster.
Colt M4A1 with 6 position collapsible stock - 5.56x45mm
Lincoln taking his tools from the trunk of the Oodie car, note the absence of stocks and his shotgun shell-studded bracelet.
Lincoln hiding the M4A1’s
behind his back so as not to alarm the inhabitants of the house.
Diggs loading his M4A1
. Even though the shotgun shell belts look cool, it is kind of senseless because nobody on-board of the armoured vehicle seems to have a shotgun!
McQueen providing cover fire during the final shootout at the camp ground with a M4A1
Mk. 18 Mod 0
One of the members of the native American biker gang carries what seems to be a Mk. 18 Mod 0 when he approaches the camp ground.
Mk. 18 Mod 0 with LMT rear sight, Crane stock, and RIS foregrip - 5.56x45mm
The thug with the Mk. 18 Mod 0
, note the EOTech holographic sight and the thick muzzle.
This shot shows that, next to the EOTech holographic sight, the Mk. 18 Mod 0
is also equipped with some kind of scope. Also note the thick muzzle on this rifle.
Smoke (Quinn Early), a member of the Hood Pirates gang, uses an AKMS to fire at the Oodies care during the highway chase scene. This gun is later seen in the Oodie arsenal in the finale.
AKMS, stamped steel receiver with slant muzzle brake and under-folding stock - 7.62x39mm
Smoke (right) firing his AKMS
at the Oodie car from the Mad Max
inspired ‘Nubian princess’ armoured vehicle that the Hood Warriors drive around in.
Later on, the AKMS
(left) is seen as part of the Oodie brother arsenal for the final shoot-out at the camp ground.
Marlin Model 995
During the final standoff at the campground, what appears to be a scoped Marlin Model 995 without a magazine can be seen in the Oodie brothers arsenal.
Marlin Model 995 - .22 Long Rifle
Unidentified M4A1 Carbine Variants
Two members of the native American biker gang use some kind of M4A1 carbine variants, but model/manufacturer cannot be identified.
This version is characterized by a typically shaped barrel cover, not unlike the one seen on the Magpul Masada
, but this is ruled out by the forward assist (visible when the image is enlarged).
Apart from the RIS handguard, the ‘M4A1’ style carrying handle and new-model collapsible stock, not enough details for a good identification of the exact M4A1 carbine
Brick seems to have a personal preference for shotguns and for the better part of the movie, he carries a Mossberg 590 without heat shield but with ghost ring sights and extended tube.
Mossberg 590 with ghost ring sights and speedfeed stock - 12 Gauge
Brick providing cover fire with the Mossberg 590
, note the shell that is about to be ejected from the shotgun.
A good view of the distinctive front section of the Mossberg 590
after the Oodie brothers experience an emergency during a car chase.
An almost scenic image of Brick with his Mossberg 590
at the camp ground just before the final shootout.
Brick returning fire at members of the native American biker gang. He’s racking the slide very quickly, as evidenced by the two visible shells.
Mossberg 500 Cruiser
In the final scene, McQueen uses a Mossberg 500 Cruiser, it is unclear where he got the weapon from. Pammy (Brea Grant) also poses with the Cruiser on the theatrical release poster.
Mossberg 500 Cruiser - 12 Gauge
McQueen firing the Mossberg 500 Cruiser
at the native American biker gang during the camp ground shootout.
Remington 870 Field Gun
At a gas station, the Oodie gang is held at gunpoint with a Remington 870 Field Gun by the clerk (Thomas Francis Murphy) who recognizes them as wanted fugitives from a television newscast.
Remington 870 Field Gun with raised barrel ribbing and 28" barrel - 12 Gauge
”Do you think you can kidnap some kid and get away with it?”
Rose (Zoë Bell), one of the female assassins sent after the Oodies by drug lord Carlos, fires a Saiga 12K with a 20-round Wraithmaker drum magazine and short barrel without flash hider. Lincoln later takes the shotgun from her and uses it against the Hood Pirates gang.
Saiga 12K with short barrel and drum magazine - 12 Gauge
With a fully loaded Saiga 12K
, Rose enters the bar where her fellow-female assassins are holding up the Oodie brothers.
A nice view of Rose removing the empty drum magazine from the Saiga 12K
after firing at the Oodie brothers.
In preparation of the gun fight with the Hood Pirates gang, Lincoln loads the Saiga 12K
that he has taken from Rose.
Winchester Model 1200 Police
A Winchester Model 1200 Police is seen hanging on the wall at the Oodie’s house plus in their arsenal later on in the movie.
Winchester Model 1200 Police Model - 12 Gauge
Short Barreled Side by Side Shotgun
For most of the movie, Brick uses a short barrelled side by side shotgun of unknown make that he keeps in a low-tech custom holster on his hip. Mona (Agnes Bruckner), one of the prostitute assassins, walks out of the mansion where the girls have finished their latest hit with the same shotgun over her shoulder, though it is never fired.
short barrelled side by side shotgun - 12 Gauge
Brick about to jump up from behind the bar to return fire on Rose who is in the process of reloading her Saiga 12K
12 Gauge Side by Side Shotgun
Another shotgun carried, but not seen fired, by Brick is a 12 Gauge side by side shotgun of unknown make. He carries it around the Oodie farm but leaves it there when he and his brothers go on a mission.
hammerless side by side shotgun - 12 Gauge
As Celeste seems to have convinced Brick, he closes his 12 Gauge side by side shotgun
to finalize the conversation and discuss the matter with his brothers.
An alternate poster, possibly used as a teaser before official release of the movie, with two Mossberg 500 series shotgun’s and several calibres of shells and cartridges to appropriately display the Confederate flag.
Brick’s shotgun holster
Brick keeps his short barrelled side by side shotgun in a low-tech ‘custom made’ holster that seems to consist of a piece of plastic pipe and some pieces of duct tape.
The Oodie brothers present Rob with a t-shirt, the text of which is a tongue-in-cheek reference to both the current gun debate in the US, as well as the fact that the leading figures in this movie are in fact outlaws.