Cop Out

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Cop Out (2010)



The following weapons were used in the film Cop Out:

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Handguns

Glock 17

Detective Paul Hodges (Tracy Morgan) carries a Glock 17 as his sidearm. Other officers are seen with Glocks as well.

Glock 17 (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm
"Don't Tap Your Head With Your Gun." Det. Paul Hodges (Tracy Morgan) draws his Glock 17 on Dave (Seann William Scott).
Hodges with his Glock drawn.
Hodges "interrogates" a criminal by holding his Glock 17 under the suspect's chin.
Det. Barry Mangold (Adam Brody) shown with a holstered Glock 17.
Hodges with his Glock.

SIG-Sauer P226

Det. Jimmy Monroe (Bruce Willis) is seen with a SIG-Sauer P226R.

SIG-Sauer P226R - 9x19mm
Monroe holds his SIG after the Thug runs out of ammo.
Monroe aims his SIG at Dave (Seann William Scott).
Monroe (Bruce Willis) pulls the SIG. (If you look closely you can just barely see the double stack bulges on the frame). This is accurate, as NYPD authorizes the P226 R for carry; however the version authorized has a DAO trigger... unlike the weapon used in the movie.
"One,Two,Three then shoot."

Kahr K9 Stainless

The Thug from the Cell Phone Store uses a stainless Kahr K9 during the Subway shootout.

Kahr K9 with stainless steel finish - 9x19mm
The Thug fires his Kahr K9 at Monroe.
The Thug holds his Kahr K9.
The Thug fires his Kahr K9 until he runs out of ammo.
The Thug holds his empty Kahr K9.

Ruger GP100

Laura (Susie Essman) pulls a stainless Ruger GP100 revolver out of her handbag when she finds out there might be an intruder in her home.

A Ruger GP100 Stainless Version - .357 Magnum.
"I know my rights!" The woman pulls a Ruger GP100.

Jericho 941

A IWI Jericho 941R is carried by several of Poh Boy's thugs.

IWI Jericho 941 R, current production model with accessory rail - 9x19mm
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Beretta 92FS

A Beretta 92FS is given out.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm.
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Assorted Handguns

Paul Hodges suits up with a lot of guns at some point in the film.

Hodges appears to carry a Taurus PT92AFS in his right hand, a Smith & Wesson 5906 and a Smith & Wesson 5946 in his pants, a Smith & Wesson Sigma in his right shoulder holster and a Smith & Wesson M&P in his left shoulder holster.

Rifles

SIG SG 552 Pistol

Several of Poh Boy's thugs are seen armed with what seem to be SIG SG 552 Pistols.

SIG SG 552 - 5.56x45mm. The ones in the film appear to be the civilian pistol version do to the fact they lack stocks and have a top receiver rail (probably with a flip up pop-sickle stick style rear sight in the rail)
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A short barreled SIG 556 with fixed hooded front sight, but leave it up to gang bangers to not flip up the pop-sickle stick style rear sight. A two-tone pistol held by the thug on the further right could possibly be a SIG pistol.
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Submachine Guns

Micro Uzi

A Micro Uzi is used in a cell phone store holdup.

Micro Uzi with 32 round magazine - 9x19mm.
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Shotguns

Remington 870

Poh Boy (Guillermo Díaz) holds Gabriela hostage with a shorted Remington 870 modified with a Shortened Aimtech Warhammer Rail System, pachmayr Vindicator grip, and a cropped UTG Tri-rail aluminum Forend to allow the shell to eject properly from the ejection port. it is the only highly customized gun in the movie.

Shorted Remington 870 with rails - 12 gauge
Poh Boy (Guillermo Díaz) holds Gabriela hostage with a railed and shorted Remington 870.

Trivia

In "Green Band" trailers (approved for all audiences), characters are not allowed to point guns at other characters in the same frame. Quite often, the character's weapon will be erased with computer graphics in order to comply with the ratings. Other examples can be seen with the trailers for Iron Man and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.

From the "Green Band" trailer, note how Tracy Morgan seems to be making a fist instead of holding a gun on Seann William Scott.
From the "Red Band" trailer, Tracy Morgan now holds a Glock on Seann.



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