Drop Zone is a 1994 action film directed by John Badham and stars Wesley Snipes as a Deputy US Marshal who goes undercover into the extreme skydiving community to get to a group of criminals who are selling a N.O.C. (No Official Cover) list, but who are using a skydiving competition as a ruse to get near a high priority target in Washington D.C. during the Fourth of July weekend.
The following weapons were used in the film Drop Zone:
Deputy US Marshal Pete Nessip (Wesley Snipes) is seen using a Beretta 92FS during the final confrontation with Ty Moncrief (Gary Busey). Deputy US Marshal Terry Nessip (Malcolm-Jamal Warner) also carries a Beretta 92FS while transporting a prisoner aboard a commercial flight. He pulls it when the plane is hijacked.
A Glock 17 fitted with a laser sight is used by several members of Moncrief's crew including Jagger (Luca Bercovici). This appears to be one of the same Glocks originally built for RoboCop 3 and also later re-used in Carnosaur.
Smith & Wesson Model 60
Smith & Wesson Model 27
Some of the uniformed guards at the DEA building use Smith & Wesson Model 27 revolvers when engaging Moncrief's crew.
Kara (Claire Stansfield) is seen using a MAC-11 during the plane hijacking as well as the infiltration of the DEA headquarters.
M16A2 rifles are held by Navy SEALS on a training course.