Friday is a 1995 comedy starring Ice Cube and Chris Tucker as two friends who find themselves having to get out of trouble with a drug dealer in their neighborhood over the course of one fateful day. The film was directed by F. Gary Gray and would spawn two sequels: 2000's Next Friday and 2002's Friday After Next.
The following weapons were used in the film Friday:
A Glock 17 can be seen in the hands of Craig (Ice Cube) on multiple occasions, the first being when he points it at Smokey (Chris Tucker) for breaking his curtains, and then later on in the film during the drive-by shootout and when he tries to shoot Deebo, but decides against it.
Beretta 84FS Cheetah
A Beretta 84FS Cheetah is seen in the hands of Big Worm (Faizon Love). He puts it on his lap to warn Smokey that he will be coming after him if Smokey does not pay him the drug money by 10:00PM that night.
A Desert Eagle can be seen when Big Worm's crew attempts to do a drive-by on Craig and Smokey.
An Uzi is seen pointing out of the van's door very slightly when Big Worm's crew attempts the drive-by shooting on Smokey and Craig.
A MAC-10 is used by one of the gunmen in the drive-by attempt. He hops out of the van and fires it at both Craig and Smokey as they run into a neighbor's driveway and over a garage.