Full Contact is a 1992 Hong Kong action film directed by Ringo Lam and stars Chow Yun-Fat as a hardened criminal who returns to exact revenge on the criminals who left him for dead after a botched heist. The film's premise is based on Richard Stark's novel The Hunter, which was also adapted into the 1967 Lee Marvin film Point Blank and the 1999 Mel Gibson film Payback as well as 2013's Parker.
The following weapons were used in the film Full Contact:
Thompson Auto Ordnance 1911A1
FN Model 1910
M26 Hand Grenade
A M26 hand grenade is used in the truck heist.
MkII Hand Grenade
A Mk II Hand Grenade is used to blow up the bar.
M16A1 with (fake) M203 grenade launcher/M16A1
Psycho (Frankie Chin) is seen with a M16A1 with a fake 40mm M203 grenade launcher but he never seen using the grenade launcher. Later in the movie he is seen using a M16A1 instead of his M16A1 with M203 grenade launcher.
A thug in the bar scene is seen with a Norinco Type 56.
Remington 870 (pistol gripped)
Used by Gou Fei (Chow Yun Fat) in the truck hijacking with Judge (Simon Yam)
Double Barreled Shotgun
Used by the a man who lives in the house Gou Fei and Judge are fighting but gets killed and use by Gou Fei (Chow Yun Fat) later in the scene
Gou Fei (Chow Yun Fat) is seen with a Colt Commander in the training scene.
Taurus Model 85
The Taurus Model 85 is used by a several thugs in the warehouse shootout.
Smith & Wesson Model 15
A Ruger GP100 is seen in the warehouse shootout.
Smith & Wesson Model 29
Judge (Simon Yam) hands a Smith & Wesson Model 29 to Sam Sei (Anthony Wong) to kill Gou Fei (Chow Yun Fat)
Other films also based on the novel The Hunter by Richard Stark: