Company Business

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Company Business
Companybusiness.jpg
Theatrical Poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
Directed by Nicholas Meyer
Release Date 1991
Studio Pathé Entertainment
Distributor Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)
Main Cast
Character Actor
Sam Boyd Gene Hackman
Pyotr Ivanovich Grushenko Mikhail Baryshnikov
Elliot Jaffe Kurtwood Smith
Colonel Pierce Grissom Terry O'Quinn
Mike Flinn Daniel von Bargen




The following weapons were used in the film Company Business:


Contents


Beretta 92FS

Sam Boyd (Gene Hackman) keeps a Beretta 92FS in Germany and uses it over the course of the film until Pyotr Ivanovich Grushenko (Mikhail Baryshnikov) takes it from him.

Beretta 92FS -9x19mm Parabellum
Boyd takes his Beretta 92FS from his glovebox in Berlin before the prisoner trade
Boyd with his Beretta 92FS at the prisoner trade. Note the stainless barrel in this shot
Boyd places his Beretta 92FS in the glovebox of the stolen Trabant
Grushenko forces Boyd out of the car with his own Beretta 92fs
Boyd idly watches as Grushenko uses Boyd's 92FS (fitted with a suppressor) to "ring" the doorbell of the safehouse. The doorbell causes the "safehouse" to explode due to it being rigged to kill Boyd and Grushenko.
Boyd (disguised as the Bellhop) opens up on Mike Flinn (Daniel von Bargen) at the film's climax.

AKMS

When Boyd and Grushenko pass through the East German section of the subway ,KGB agents patrol the area, some armed with AKMSs.

AKM -7.62x39mm
KGB Agent armed with an AKMS

Browning Hi-Power

One of the KGB Agents patrolling the station is armed with a Browning Hi-Power.

Browning Hi-Power -9x19mm Parabellum
KGB Agent with Browning Hi-Power

IMI Uzi

One of the Russians at the prisoner trade is armed with an IMI Uzi.

Uzi -9x19mm Parabellum
Russians attacking Boyd and Grushenko at the prisoner trade
Russian opens fire on the train with his Uzi
Russian moving to cover

Walther P5

The German police in the film are armed with Walther P5s. Mike Flinn (Daniel von Bargen) is armed with a Walther P5 with wood grips and a suppressor when he tries to kill Grishenko.

Walther P5 -9x19mm Parabellum
A German police officer, armed with a Walther P5 discovers Horst van Hoven (Joachim Bliese) tied up in the darkroom.
Mike Flinn screws a suppresor onto his Walther P5
Mike Flinn gets ready to shoot Grushenko in the elevator.

Walther MPK

Faisal's Bodyguard is also armed with a Walther MPK in addition to his sidearm.

Walther MPK - 9x19mm Parabellum
Faisal's bodyguard does not fold the stock of his MPK for some reason.

CZ 75B

Colonel Grigori Golitsin (Oleg Rudnik) opens up on the elevator with a two-tone CZ 75B.

CZ 75B 9x19mm
Golits opens up on the elevator with a CZ.
Another view

Unknown Revolver

When Boyd and Grushenko go to Faisal's mansion for shelter, his bodyguard shows up armed with a revolver.

Faisal's Bodyguard armed with some kind of revolver.



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