Freddy Got Fingered

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Freddy Got Fingered (2001)

Freddy Got Fingered is a notorious 2001 comedy film directed by and starring Canadian-American comedian Tom Green, best known for his shock brand of humor. Upon release Freddy Got Fingered was met with near-universal negativity and was quickly cited as one of the worst films ever made. More recently it has been reevaluated and rebilled as a experimental surrealist film and has developed a cult following. Rip Torn, Anthony Michael Hall, Harland Williams, Marisa Coughlan and Drew Barrymore costar.


The following weapons were used in the film Freddy Got Fingered:

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Handguns

Beretta 92FS

Gord Brody (Tom Green) threatens to commit suicide in front of TV executive Dave Davidson (Anthony Michael Hall) with a Beretta 92FS if his cartoon career fails. Later in the film, the "Cop at Fancy Restaurant" (Irene Karas Loeper) holds and fires a Beretta 92F flash paper gun at the ceiling in order to stop Gord from continuing one of his manic episodes at the Fancy Restaurant.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Gord (Tom Green) threatens to kill himself in front Dave Davidson (Anthony Michael Hall) with a Beretta 92FS while dressed as an English bobby in the event that his cartoons aren't successful.
Another angle of the same scene as Dave convinces Gord to spare himself. Note that there appears to be a seam running across the top of the slide, indicating that this is likely just a plastic or rubber prop gun.
Beretta 92F Non Gun
"Cop at Fancy Restaurant" (Irene Karas Loeper) fires her Beretta 92F Non Gun at the ceiling to calm Gord down. The flashpaper burst is obvious, as are the molding seams around the trigger guard, not to mention that the gun has no moving parts when firing. It's actually entirely possible that this gun and the gun above are actually the same prop.

Single Action Army

After being imprisoned by a militia in Pakistan, Gord and his father Jim (Rip Torn) re-enact the Russian roulette scene from The Deer Hunter with a Single Action Army revolver.

Cimarron Model P (Copy of the Single Action Army) Nickel Finish - .45 Long Colt (Similar looking to the firearm in the film)
Gord insanely prepares himself for a round of Russian roulette with a Single Action Army revolver. Luckily (or unluckily, depending on your outlook for this character), he accidentally pulls the trigger and reveals a loaded chamber while its pointing away from his head.

Rifles

Mosin Nagant

A Pakistani militiaman near the end of the film can be seen carrying a Mosin Nagant variant, likely a M91/30 or something similar.

Full-length, Soviet Mosin Nagant M91/30 - 7.62x54mm R
The barrel of the Mosin Nagant (circled in purple) is visible while protruding from the back of a Pakistani militiaman.

Behind the scenes footage

The actor on the left has a Mosin Nagant slung over his shoulder, possibly a M91/30 model or something similar.

Mauser variant

A Mauser rifle variant of some form can be briefly glimpsed on the back of a Pakistani militiaman during the Russian roulette scene near the end of the film, although an exact variant is hard to identify. Other militiamen can also be seen carrying various bolt guns, some of which appear to be other Mauser variants.

Mauser Gewehr 1898 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
What appears to be a Mauser rifle variant is seen circled in pink. Another, impossible to discern rifle appears in the background.

M1 Garand

One of the Pakistani militiamen seen near the end of the film can be seen carrying an M1 Garand. Though difficult to see in the film itself, its more clearly visible in behind the scenes footage.

M1 Garand with leather M1917 sling - .30-06
What appears to be an M1 Garand is visible here circled in red.

Behind the scenes footage

The centermost actor plays with an M1 Garand rifle.

M16A2

US Army personnel at the end of the film can be seen armed with M16A2-styled rifles as Gord and Jim are brought home from Pakistan after an apparent rescue mission.

Colt M16A2 - 5.56x45mm
US Army personnel carry M16A2 rifles while a crowd cheers for Gord's and Jim's return from Pakistan.

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5SD

At one point during the film, Gord breaks into Jim's home with a Heckler & Koch MP5SD, which is treated as a dart-firing weapon, to subdue Jim and kidnap him to Pakistan (so they can sew soccer balls together). Later, US Army personnel bringing Gord and Jim off of a plane after rescuing them from a Pakistan militia are also seen carrying MP5SD variants with telescoping stocks.

Heckler & Koch MP5SD3 with S-E-F trigger group and stock extended - 9x19mm
Gord stalks his father's home with a Heckler & Koch MP5SD while dressed in tactical gear and nightvision. Strangely, when seen drawing it, it's clear that the gun doesn't have a magazine inserted.
US Army personnel stepping off of a plane are seen carrying slung MP5SDs with the stocks folded in.


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