Cry Wolf

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Cry_Wolf (2005).

The following firearms were used in the film Cry_Wolf:


WARNING: Minor spoilers ahead.


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Bruni Olympic 5

"The Wolf" (Spoiler Alert: "The Wolf" is actually Dodger Allen (Lindy Booth).) is seen handling a nickel plated Bruni Olympic 5 with black grips in the film. It later turns into a nickel plated Colt Lawman Mk III, due to a continuity error. The Bruni Olympic 380 is a starter/blank gun that fires 9mm blanks, but in the film it's suppose to act as a real gun as it is only seen for a couple of seconds.

Bruni Olympic 5 - .380 blanks
"The Wolf"'s Bruni on a table.
"The Wolf" takes his Bruni.

Colt Lawman Mk III

Owen Matthews (Julian Morris) finds a nickel plated Colt Lawman Mk III with black grips from Rich Walker's (Jon Bon Jovi) office at one point. "The Wolf" is seen shooting Owen Matthews with one in an imaginary sequence, as the main group plays Cry Wolf. He also uses the gun to execute a victim in the beginning of the film. Mr. Walker also handles the Lawman, as does Dodger (Lindy Booth).

Nickel plated Colt Lawman Mk III - .357 magnum
"The Wolf" fires his snubnose revolver.
"The Wolf" with his Lawman in an imaginary sequence.
The Lawman lays in Mr. Walker's drawer.
Owen aims the revolver.
Owen holds the revolver on Mr. Walker.
Owen aims the gun at Mr. Walker.
Mr. Walker holds the revolver.

Glock 19

A cop (Steven Ritzi) pulls out a Glock 19 and aims it at a prankster at one point in the film.

Glock 19 (2nd Generation) - 9x19mm
"Drop it!"
CWG19 2.jpg

Glock 17

Another cop (Antonio D. Charity) has a Glock 17 in a holster in a police station.

A Generation 2 Glock 17 - 9x19mm
The cop has a Glock 17 in his holster.


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