Dragnet is the 1987 feature film continuation of the 1967 television series. The film, which was more of a comedic take on the series, stars Dan Aykroyd as the nephew of the legendary Sgt. Joe Friday (portrayed by Jack Webb in the original series). Tom Hanks co-stars as his new partner and Harry Morgan reprises his television role of Bill Gannon in the film.
The following weapons were used in the film Dragnet (1987):
Smith & Wesson Model 10 HB
LAPD Detective Sgt. Friday takes a Taurus PT92 off of one of the Reverend's men during the shootout at the Griffith Observatory.
LAPD Detective Sgt. Joe Friday uses a Mossberg 500 shotgun notably after using the LAPD battering ram to smash the gates of Jerry Caesar's mansion.
A SWAT officer uses a Remington 870 notably the shootout at Jerry Caesar's mansion.
P.A.G.A.N. (People Against Goodness And Normalcy) henchmen are seen with Uzis during the shootout at the Caesar mansion.
SWAT officers are seen armed with M16A1 rifles during the shootout at the Caesar mansion. The rifles have M16A2 handguards on them, but appear to have the thinner, lighter barrel of the A1.
Colt Sporter I Carbine
SWAT officers are also seen armed with Colt Sporter I Carbines during the shootout at the Caesar mansion.
Heckler & Koch HK91
A SWAT officer is seen with a Heckler & Koch HK91 during the shootout at the Caesar mansion.
A P.A.G.A.N. henchman is seen with an AKM during the shootout at the Caesar mansion.
A P.A.G.A.N. henchman is seen with a Steyr AUG during the shootout at the Caesar mansion.