El Infierno, also known as as El Narco, is a 2010 Mexican black comedy film.
The following weapons were used in the film El Infierno:
A man who robs Benny García (Damián Alcázar) on a bus wields a Beretta 92FS. One is also used by a Cartel Member with pearl grips. Benny later gets one with pearl grips when he begins working for Don José Reyes (Ernesto Gómez Cruz). Benny's nephew Benjamín (Kristian Ferrer) later gets one after joining the Panchos. A Beretta is also seen as part of the selection during the arms deal.
Beretta 92FS Inox
Benny García's brother is seen with a Colt M1911A1 in a photo. A rival Cartel gunman is later seen with a stainless one. A Mexican policeman uses one during Benny's and Cochiloco's arrest. Don José Reyes (Ernesto Gómez Cruz) briefly switches to a golden 1911 with a threaded barrel during a meeting. Nickel and gold 1911s are part of the selection during the arms deal.
A 3rd Generation Glock 17 is seen during the arms deal.
Smith & Wesson Model 27
Cochiloco (Joaquín Cosio) jokingly pulls a nickel Smith & Wesson Model 27 with pearl grips on Benny García after calling Cochiloco by his old name. He later switches to a blued model for the rest of the film.
A Cartel member is seen with an unknown shotgun during a drug deal.
Sub Machine Guns
A Cartel gunman is seen with an IMI Uzi during an ambush.
Mexican soldiers and SWAT are seen with what appears to be airsoft M16 rifles. M16s are also seen as part of the selection during the arms deal.
A Cartel Gunman fleeing a crime scene uses an unknown AKM variant. The Gunman's target and members of Benny García's family are also seen with them. Cochiloco (Joaquín Cosio) examines an AKM during an arms deal. He later uses it during an ambush. A Cartel member also uses one during the capture of Don Rogaciano (Salvador Sánchez).
Benny uses an AKMS with the folding stock removed to tie up one last loose end.
An M72 LAW is part of the selection of the arms deal.
Mk 2 Hand Grenade
Many weapons are seen during an arms deal.