Blues Brothers 2000
Blues Brothers 2000 is the 1998 sequel to The Blues Brothers. Directed by John Landis, the film finds Elwood Blues (Dan Aykroyd) who after being released from prison, once again has to get the band back together while being pursued by Russian mobsters. The film's cast includes John Goodman and Joe Morton.
The following weapons were used in the film Blues Brothers 2000:
Ivan opens with a Beretta 92FS when the Band crashes the funeral.
Beretta 92FS Inox
Bruni Automatic 8mm CAL (M1911 Blank firing gun)
The Indiana State Trooper who tracks down Elwood Blues in the dinner draws an 8mm blank firing M1911 made by Bruni.
Russian mafiosos shoot up Willie's strip club armed with Mini Uzis.
A couple of the Russian mafiosos use MAC-10s.
AR15 A2 Sporter II
The AR15 A2 Sporter II is used by multiple characters throughout the film. Most notably used in the attempted assassination of Elwood Blues (Dan Aykroyd).
A Prison guard is briefly seen armed with an M16A1.
The militia man guarding the explosive filled boat is armed with a Steyr AUG.
Ruger Mini-14 GB
Ruger 10/22 fitted with a Choate folding stock.
Several militia are armed with Remington 7400 rifles.
One of the militia men is armed with an Ithaca 37 fitted with a Choate skeletonized pistol grip stock.
The Militia men take Winchester 1300s to crash the Battle of the Bands.