Fire of Conscience

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Fire of Conscience
火龙
Fire of conscience poster.jpg
Fire of Conscience theatrical poster
Country HKG.jpg Hong Kong
Directed by Dante Lam
Release Date 2010
Language Cantonese
Mandarin
Studio China Film Media Asia Audio Video Distribution Co.
Media Asia Films
Visual Capture
Distributor Indomina Releasing
Main Cast
Character Actor
Captain Manfred Leon Lai
Inspector Kee Richie Ren
Cheung-On Kai-Chi Lu
May Michelle Ye
Blade Tai Kan


Fire of Conscience (Chinese title: For Lung/火龙') is a 2010 crime drama film directed by Dante Lam and starring Leon Lai and Richie Ren. The plot involves a veteran Hong Kong police detective who uncovers connections between a series of seemingly unrelated events that come to blur the lines between the police and a ruthless group of criminals.


The following weapons were used in the film Fire of Conscience:

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Handguns

Smith & Wesson Model 10

Smith & Wesson Model 10 revolvers with black rubber grips are used by uniformed officers of the Hong Kong Police Force. Blade (Tai Kan) seizes a Model 10 from a police officer early in the movie, and uses it during the first part of the teahouse shootout.

Smith & Wesson Model 10 Revolver (Marked Royal Hong Kong Police Issue) with Police Lanyard Ring - .38 Special
Blade shoots a police officer with his own Model 10 revolver in the prologue.
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Blade reloads the Model 10 during a shootout.
A closeup of the revolver in a flashback.

Glock 17

The Glock 17 is the standard sidearm of Detective Manfred (Leon Lai) and his subordinates May (Michelle Ye), Cheung-On (Kai-Chi Lu) and Hoi (Wilfred Lau)and Sam (Charles Ying). Inspector Kee (Richie Ren) also uses a Glock 17 throughout the film.

A Generation 2 Glock 17 in 9x19mm. This model added finger stepping and cuts to the backstrap of the frame to make it easier to hold than the Generation 1 model.
Manfred fires his Glock 17 at Blade during the teahouse shootout. The pistol gets jammed with a bullet casing stuck in the ejection port.
May points her Glock 17 at the gunmen in the teahouse.
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Hoi reloads his Glock 17.
Manfred and May aim their Glocks during the teahouse shootout.
Cheung-On struggles with Blade after the latter manages to seize a Glock from another officer.
Inspector Kee (Richie Ren) aims his Glock 17 in the finale.

Taurus PT92

Most of the criminals, including Blade (Tai Kan) and Lao Er (Laiqin Jin) are armed with Taurus PT92 pistols.

Taurus PT92AF (blued) - 9x19mm
Two PT92 pistols lie among a collection of weapons and drugs at the teahouse.
One of the weapons dealers at the teahouse fires his PT92 as he flees.
Blade fires a PT92 at May during the teahouse shootout.
Huang Yuong readies his PT92 when he helps Blade to escape police custody.
Lao Er points a PT92 when the criminals ambush a police convoy.

Colt M1911A1

Blade attempts to fire a M1911A1 pistol at Manfred as he flees from a police raid on his apartment.

Colt M1911A1 Pistol Commercial - .45 ACP
Blade picks up his dropped M1911A1.
Manfred and Blade struggle over the M1911A1.
M1911 in Blade's hands.

Shotguns

Remington 870

Blade uses a Remington 870 when his gang ambushes a police convoy carrying confiscated goods and in the finale of the film.

Remington 870 with early style Black Synthetic Riot foregrips and buttstock - 12 gauge.
Blade holds a Remington 870 and a Taurus PT92 on HKPD officers in the convoy.
Blade aims the Remington 870.
The 870 held by Blade.
The Remington 870 is fired by Blade during the finale.

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5A2

May is armed with a Heckler & Koch MP5A2 submachine gun with a Surefire forend when she confronts the criminal gang as they attack the police convoy. SDU officers are also briefly seen searching apartments with MP5A2s in hand.

Heckler & Koch MP5A2 9x19mm with Surefire 628 dedicated forend weaponlight
May runs with a MP5A2 in hand.
The MP5A2 slung on her neck.

Rifles

Daewoo K1A1

Lao Er (Laiqin Jin) uses a Daewoo K1A1 carbine that he acquires from South Asian arms dealers during the shootout at the teahouse. Later, Blade uses the K1A1 to hold off police officers before he escapes from his apartment.

Daewoo K1A1 .223 Remington
Lao Er and the arms dealers prepare to shoot their way out of a police raid.
Lao Er takes cover after being fired on by May.
The K1A1 is fired.
Blade fires the K1A1 through a door.

Heckler & Koch G3A3

A Heckler & Koch G3A3 is used by Manfred when he confronts the criminal gang at the scene of the ambushed police convoy.

Heckler & Koch G3A3 - 7.62x51mm NATO
Manfred aims his G3A3 at the criminals as they prepare to leave the scene.
Manfred looks down the sights of the G3A3.
Closeup of Manfred before he fires the G3A3.

Other

F-1 Hand Grenade

The criminals make frequent use of the Soviet F-1 hand grenade throughout the film. Huan Yuong (Baoqiang Wang) is forced to wear a vest consisting of numerous F-1 grenades to hold off the police when the criminals ambush the convoy.

F-1 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
Numerous F-1 grenades lie among a collection of weapons and drugs at the teahouse.
A F-1 hand grenade is dropped by the criminals.
Huan Yuong reveals a series of F-1 grenades strapped to his chest.
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RGD-5 Hand Grenade

Several RGD-5 hand grenades are seen among the weapons that Lao Er acquires from the South Asian weapons dealers, but are never actually used in the film.

RGD-5 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
Several RDG-5 grenades lie among a collection of weapons and drugs at the teahouse.



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