Death Wish (2018)
Death Wish is the 2018 feature film remake of the 1974 cult thriller that starred Charles Bronson and was based on the novel of the same name written by Brian Garfield. In the remake, Bruce Willis stars as Paul Kersey, a quiet Chicago surgeon whose wife and daughter are brutally attacked during a home invasion. When the authorities are unable to apprehend the suspects, Kersey decides to take the law into his own hands and becomes a vigilante in order to find out who was responsible. The film was directed by Eli Roth from a screenplay written by Joe Carnahan.
The following weapons were used in the film Death Wish (2018):
A 4th Generation Glock 17 is the handgun used by Paul Kersey (Bruce Willis) in the film. Kersey acquires the gun from a criminal patient who attempts to hide it in the hospital. Kersey is inexperienced with firearms, so he has to learn how to use it by reading a manual.
Springfield Armory XDM
Beretta 92FS Inox
A Beretta 92FS Inox is used by the criminal "Fish" during the bar shootout.
A drug dealer known as the "Ice Cream Man" pulls his gold-plated Colt M1911A1 when confronted by Kersey.
Carpati Md 1974
A compact pistol that resembles a Carpati Md 1974 can be briefly seen in the hands of one of the men who confront the Kerseys at their home. This was probably used as a substitute for the Walther PPK.
Smith & Wesson Model 640
A Smith & Wesson Model 640 is used to threaten Jordan Kersey (Camila Morrone).
A Walther PPK can be briefly seen in the hands of one of the men who confront the Kerseys at their home. A Walther PPK also is used by a gunman confronted by Kersey during a street shootout.
Salient Arms International Glock 19
The woman in the Jolly Roger's gun shop video is seen firing a Salient Arms International Glock 19 Tier 1 pistol on a firing range.
CZ Scorpion Evo 3 A1
Gunmen who enter Kersey's home are seen carrying the CZ Scorpion Evo 3 A1. The weapon is later used by Kersey.
F-1 Firearms BDR-15-3G
Marlin Model 336
The Jolly Roger's video shows the woman firing an unidentified AR-15 variant with a red dot sight, modular handguards and Magpul furniture.
Kersey is seen visiting "Jolly Roger's", a sporting goods store where several pistols and rifles are displayed.
Jolly Roger's Video
Kersey is also seen viewing an online video promoting Jolly Roger's where a woman fires off several weapons.