Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood

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Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood home release poster (1996)

Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood is a 1996 comedy which lampoons the "growing up in the ghetto" sub-genre of African-American cinema. The films mocked by this movie include (most notably) Boyz N The Hood, Menace II Society, Juice, and Higher Learning. The film was written by its two stars, brothers Shawn Wayans and Marlon Wayans, and their older brother Keenen Ivory Wayans also makes several appearances.


The following weapons were used in this movie:

Contents

Handguns

Desert Eagle Mark VII

Loc Dog (Marlon Wayans) carries an IMI Desert Eagle Mark VII as his main weapon throughout the movie. His Desert Eagle is fitted with a scope and a BA-2 laser pointer under the barrel. Frequently, Loc Dog fires the Desert Eagle with the sideways "gangsta grip" that is stereotypically associated with gangbangers in cinema.

Desert Eagle MK VII - .357 Magnum
Loc Dog points his Desert Eagle at the door to his room after nearly killing Ashtray.
Loc Dog chambers his Desert Eagle as he tells Ashtray about his plan to get a job as a bank manager so that he can "rob that muthaf**ka blind" once he knows the place.
After betting with Ashtray that he can get a girl's number, Loc Dog holds his Desert Eagle on the girl and forces her to write down her number.
Loc Dog fires his Desert Eagle with the "gangsta grip" (one of several scenes in the movie where he is seen firing the weapon this way).

Glock 17

The Glock 17 is by far the most common pistol in the movie, used by gangbangers, police officers, and many other characters. Both Loc Dog (Marlon Wayans) and Ashtray (Shawn Wayans) handle Glock 17s in several scenes.

Glock 17 (2nd Generation) - 9x19mm
Toothpick (Darrel Heath) points his Glock 17 at Ashtray.
"The Man" holds a Glock 17, which (due to a continuity error) replaces the Beretta 92F that he used earlier.
Ashtray's Driver's Ed instructor robs a bank and then forces Ashtray to drive away at gunpoint.
In a scene spoofing Menace II Society, Doo Rag (Isaiah Barnes) threatens to "weigh out" Ashtray by pulling a Glock 17 on him.
Ashtray: "What's that?" Doo Rag: "My gat, fool!"
"I hate black pepper!" In a scene spoofing Boyz N The Hood, Ashtray is held at gunpoint by a self-hating, racist police officer (played by Bernie Mac in a cameo). Notice that he appears to have accidentally pulled the trigger on his Glock 17, causing it to lock back in the fired position.

Beretta 92F

When "The Man" (Benjamin N. Everitt) kills the Korean couple that manages the convenience store (in a scene spoofing the opening of Menace II Society), he uses a Beretta 92F. Due to a continuity error, the Beretta becomes a Glock 17 when he tosses his weapon to Loc Dog (Marlon Wayans) in order to frame him for the murder. The Beretta 92F is also used by a thief who is seen pulling a "jack move" on an ice cream truck and later an old lady's walker.

Beretta 92F - 9x19mm
A carjacker steals an ice cream truck with a Beretta 92F.
"The Man" fires his Beretta 92F at the Korean grocers.
The same carjacker from the first picture steals an old lady's walker.

Sphinx AT 2000

In a deleted scene (which appears only in certain versions of the movie), a girl at the party draws a Sphinx AT 2000 on Loc Dog (Marlon Wayans) after he tries to get her phone number by threatening her with his Desert Eagle.

Sphinx AT 2000 - 9x19mm
A girl at a party draws a Sphinx AT 2000 on Loc Dog, while he holds his Desert Eagle on her.

SIG "Non Gun"

At the end of the movie, Grandma (Helen Martin) pops out of a garbage dumpster wearing face paint and firing two flashpaper SIG-Sauer "Non Guns" (spoofing Dead Presidents).

SIG-Sauer Non Gun
Grandma fires her SIG Non Guns at Toothpick's gang, spoofing Dead Presidents.

Mauser C96

A Mauser C96 is seen in Loc Dog's (Marlon Wayans') closet arsenal.

Mauser C96 - 7.63x25mm Mauser
In addition to the various weapons on his walls, Loc Dog keeps more guns on the door of his closet, surrounding a poster of the famous image of Malcolm X brandishing an M1 Carbine. The guns are as follows: (1.) Intratec TEC-9s, (2.) IMI Micro Uzi, (3.) Heckler & Koch HK91A3, (4.) IMI Uzi, (5.) Scoped Desert Eagle, (6.) Mauser C96, (7.) Heckler & Koch MP5SD3.

Submachine Guns/Semi-Auto Assault Pistols

Intratec TEC-9

Loc Dog (Marlon Wayans) keeps two Intratec TEC-9s in his closet arsenal. He takes one of the TEC-9s off the door and asks Ashtray (Shawn Wayans) whether he should wear it with his high tops, or a Micro Uzi with his low tops. Later in the movie, another TEC-9 is seen being loaded by one of Toothpick's (Darrel Heath's) gangbangers (though the TEC-9 used in this scene appears to be a rubber prop, not a blank-adapted firearm). A TEC-9 is also held by Ashtray (Shawn Wayans) on the poster, though he never handles the TEC-9 in the movie itself.

Intratec TEC-9 - 9x19mm
In addition to the various weapons on his walls, Loc Dog keeps more guns on the door of his closet, surrounding a poster of the famous image of Malcolm X brandishing an M1 Carbine. The guns are as follows: (1.) Intratec TEC-9s, (2.) IMI Micro Uzi, (3.) Heckler & Koch HK91A3, (4.) IMI Uzi, (5.) Scoped Desert Eagle, (6.) Mauser C96, (7.) Heckler & Koch MP5SD3.
Loc Dog asks Ashtray if he should wear one of his TEC-9s with high tops.
A gangbanger (Alex Thomas) loads up a TEC-9. The TEC-9 in this scene appears to be rubber, since there is no light visible through the holes on the barrel shroud.

IMI Micro Uzi

Loc Dog (Marlon Wayans) has a Micro Uzi in his closet arsenal. He takes it off the door and asks Ashtray (Shawn Wayans) whether he should wear a TEC-9 with his high tops, or the Micro Uzi (which he refers to simply as an "Uzi") with his low tops.

Micro Uzi with 32-round magazine - 9x19mm
In addition to the various weapons on his walls, Loc Dog keeps more guns on the door of his closet, surrounding a poster of the famous image of Malcolm X brandishing an M1 Carbine. The guns are as follows: (1.) Intratec TEC-9s, (2.) IMI Micro Uzi, (3.) Heckler & Koch HK91A3, (4.) IMI Uzi, (5.) Scoped Desert Eagle, (6.) Mauser C96, (7.) Heckler & Koch MP5SD3.
Loc Dog asks Ashtray if he should wear his Micro Uzi with his low tops.

IMI Uzi

An IMI Uzi is seen in Loc Dog's (Marlon Wayans') closet arsenal.

IMI Uzi - 9x19mm
In addition to the various weapons on his walls, Loc Dog keeps more guns on the door of his closet, surrounding a poster of the famous image of Malcolm X brandishing an M1 Carbine. The guns are as follows: (1.) Intratec TEC-9s, (2.) IMI Micro Uzi, (3.) Heckler & Koch HK91A3, (4.) IMI Uzi, (5.) Scoped Desert Eagle, (6.) Mauser C96, (7.) Heckler & Koch MP5SD3.

Heckler & Koch MP5SD3

A Heckler & Koch MP5SD3 is seen in Loc Dog's (Marlon Wayans') closet arsenal.

Heckler & Koch MP5SD3 - 9x19mm
In addition to the various weapons on his walls, Loc Dog keeps more guns on the door of his closet, surrounding a poster of the famous image of Malcolm X brandishing an M1 Carbine. The guns are as follows: (1.) Intratec TEC-9s, (2.) IMI Micro Uzi, (3.) Heckler & Koch HK91A3, (4.) IMI Uzi, (5.) Scoped Desert Eagle, (6.) Mauser C96, (7.) Heckler & Koch MP5SD3.

Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW

Toothpick (Darrel Heath) can be seen loading a Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW with the folding stock removed prior to the drive-by at the end of the movie, which is also seen in the hands of one of his thugs. The MP5K-PDW used in this scene is a Tokyo Marui airsoft gun - when Toothpick cocks the weapon, the ejection port does not move (as it would on a real MP5 variant). Also, when the shooting starts, Toothpick has changed over to a real Heckler & Koch SP89 (firing blanks).

MP5K-PDW 9x19mm with extended barrel (with 3 lugs & folding stock
One of Toothpick's gangbangers (Samuel Monroe Jr.) who spoofed his own character who was Ilena's cousin in Menace II Society and got "ghetto stomped" again in this film this time by Loc Dog and his crew earlier. He sits in the back seat with a stockless airsoft H&K MP5K-PDW.
Toothpick loads up the MP5K-PDW.
Toothpick chambers the MP5K-PDW. Notice that as he's pulling back the charging handle, the bolt is not moving and the ejection port remains closed - an indication that the weapon is an airsoft gun.

Heckler & Koch SP89

Toothpick (Darrel Heath) uses a Heckler & Koch SP89 during the drive-by shooting at the end of the movie. It replaces an airsoft MP5K-PDW that he is seen loading prior to the shooting.

Heckler & Koch SP89 pistol with factory 15rd magazine - 9x19mm
Toothpick aims his H&K SP89 at Ashtray.
Toothpick fires the SP89.

RPB M11

An RPB M11, a semi-automatic MAC-11 clone, is used by one of Toothpick's (Darrel Heath's) gangbangers during the drive-by shooting at the end of the movie.

RPB Industries MAC-11, .380 ACP (this is the full-auto version, whereas the movie uses the semi-auto over the counter version)
A gangbanger (Alex Thomas) with an RPB M11 gets shot by Grandma during the drive-by. Notice also the Steyr SPP being wielded by one of the other gangbangers (in the background).

Steyr SPP

A Steyr SPP is used by one of Toothpick's (Darrel Heath's) gangbangers during the drive-by shooting at the end of the movie.

Steyr SPP - 9x19mm
The drive-by begins; Toothpick wields an H&K SP89 while one of his bangers aims a Steyr SPP from the car.

Rifles

Colt AR-15 A2

A Colt AR-15 A2 semi-automatic rifle is seen hanging from the wall in Loc Dog's (Marlon Wayans') bedroom, amongst the many firearms in his sizable arsenal. It is possible that this might be an M16A2, but there do not appear to be any real NFA weapons in this movie (only semi-automatic assault weapon clones).

Colt AR-15 A2 HBAR - 5.56x45mm
Loc Dog prepares to let Ashtray into his bedroom, which has guns lining the walls. Visible in this picture are an AR-15 A2 (right) and a double-barrel 12-gauge (left, near the poster for Ice Cube's "Predator" album).

Norinco MAK-90

One of the weapons seen hanging from the wall in Loc Dog's (Marlon Wayans') bedroom is a Norinco MAK-90 semi-automatic rifle, the "post-ban" civilian version of the Chinese Norinco Type 56 (AK-47).

Norinco MAK-90 7.62x39mm
More of Loc Dog's weapons visible in his bedroom; visible in this picture is the Norinco MAK-90 (top, center) and a Norinco Type 84 (left, hanging vertically on the wall).

Norinco Type 84S

Loc Dog's (Marlon Wayans') bedroom also contains a Norinco Type 84 assault rifle.

Norinco Type 84S - 5.56x45mm
More of Loc Dog's weapons visible in his bedroom; visible in this picture is the Norinco MAK-90 (top, center) and a Norinco Type 84 (left, hanging vertically on the wall).

Heckler & Koch HK91A3

A Heckler & Koch HK91A3 is seen in Loc Dog's (Marlon Wayans') closet arsenal.

Heckler & Koch HK91A3 with factory telescoping Stock - 7.62x51mm NATO
In addition to the various weapons on his walls, Loc Dog keeps more guns on the door of his closet, surrounding a poster of the famous image of Malcolm X brandishing an M1 Carbine. The guns are as follows: (1.) Intratec TEC-9s, (2.) IMI Micro Uzi, (3.) Heckler & Koch HK91A3, (4.) IMI Uzi, (5.) Scoped Desert Eagle, (6.) Mauser C96, (7.) Heckler & Koch MP5SD3.

Remington Model 700

The white supremacist who kills Malik (Omar Epps) (in a scene spoofing Higher Learning) uses a Remington Model 700 with a scope and synthetic stock.

Remington Model 700 - .308 Winchester
The white supremacist cheers as he kills Malik, with his Remington 700 in hand.

Shotguns

Unknown Double-Barrel Shotgun

Loc Dog (Marlon Wayans) keeps an unknown model sawed-off double-barrel shotgun in his room, hanging from his wall along with other firearms.

Stoeger IGA Coach Shotgun - 12 Gauge.
Loc Dog prepares to let Ashtray into his bedroom, which has guns lining the walls. Visible in this picture are an AR-15 A2 (right) and a double-barrel 12-gauge (left, near the poster for Ice Cube's "Predator" album).

Mossberg 590

Loc Dog (Marlon Wayans) has a Mossberg 590 with a heat shield and a pistol grip (from a Remington 870) in his room.

Mossberg 590 (with pistol grip) - 12 gauge
Loc Dog embraces Ashtray, while a Mossberg 590 with a Remington 870 pistol grip hangs from his wall.

Heavy Weapons

RPG-7

During one scene (mocking Boyz N The Hood), Loc Dog (Marlon Wayans) and Toothpick (Darrel Heath) square off against each other by pulling out larger and larger weapons. When Toothpick points a Glock 17 at Loc Dog and Ashtray, Loc Dog flashes his Desert Eagle at Toothpick, and then Toothpick points an RPG-7 at Loc Dog. Besides the fact that the RPG-7 seems to be a replica (similar to those used in Red Dawn), what is notable is that the fake rocket-propelled grenade has been inserted into the wrong end of the launcher tube!

RPG-7 - 40mm
Toothpick tries to intimidate Loc Dog and Ashtray in a contest with an RPG-7. Hilariously, he has the projectile in the wrong end of the launcher, and is holding the launcher itself backwards. (This may or may not be intentional.)

Comedy Weapons

Because Don't Be a Menace is a slapstick comedy, there are several scenes in the movie in which characters are seen using comedic weapons other than firearms. These weapons are included here solely for completion's sake (and laughs).

Loc Dog's Nuclear Bomb

During one scene (mocking Boyz N The Hood), Loc Dog (Marlon Wayans) and Toothpick (Darrel Heath) square off against each other by pulling out larger and larger weapons. When Toothpick points a Glock 17 at Loc Dog and Ashtray, Loc Dog flashes his Desert Eagle at Toothpick, and then Toothpick points an RPG-7 at Loc Dog. In response, Loc Dog opens the back of his mail truck and reveals that he has a nuclear bomb, along with the detonator for the bomb.

Loc Dog asks Toothpick if he still has a problem thus winning the contest: "You better get yo stank asses out of here before I cause a nuclear holocaust up in here, foo...it'll be like Hiroshima and Niggasaki!"

Slingshot

When Toothpick (Darrel Heath) and his gangbangers are loading weapons prior to the drive-by scene, Toothpick is seen preparing a slingshot.

Toothpick readies the slingshot.

Super Soaker

When Toothpick (Darrel Heath) and his gangbangers are loading weapons prior to the drive-by scene, one of the gangbangers pumps up a Super Soaker. The Super Soaker is also held by Loc Dog (Marlon Wayans) on the poster, though he never uses it in the movie itself.

A banger (Alex Thomas) from Toothpick's crew gets a Super Soaker ready for the drive-by.


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