Get Rich or Die Tryin'

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Get Rich or Die Tryin'
GetRichOrDieTryinPoster.jpg
Theatrical Poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
Directed by Jim Sheridan
Release Date 2005
Studio MTV Films
G-Unit Films
Interscope/Shady/Aftermath Films
Distributor Paramount Pictures
Main Cast
Character Actor
Marcus Greer Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson
Bama Terrence Howard
Majestic Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje
Levar Bill Duke


Get Rich or Die Tryin is a 2005 semi-autobiographical crime drama, starring 50 Cent. The film is loosely based on 50 Cent's early life, and contains several events from his real life. The film co-stars Terrence Howard, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, and Bill Duke.


The following weapons were used in the film Get Rich or Die Tryin':

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Handguns

Glock 17

Marcus Greer (50 Cent) uses a 2nd generation Glock 17 as his primary firearm in the film. The Glock changes between a Glock "Non Gun" in several scenes. Justice (Tory Kittles) also uses a Glock 17 during the assassination attempt. He fires 9 rounds into Marcus' body, who amazingly survives. 50 Cent, whose life this film is based on, has survived a similar incident in real life.

Glock 17 (2nd Generation) - 9x19mm
50 Cent holds a Glock 17 in a promotional still for the film.
Marcus Greer loads his Glock 17 before the robbery in the beginning of the film.
Marcus holds his Glock on Bama.
Justice fires his Glock at Marcus.
Justice holds his Glock on Marcus' temple, moments before firing.
Marcus checks his Glock while on the way to retaliate with the Colombians for crippling Antwan.
Marcus holds his Glock at Raoul (Walter Alza).

Glock "Non Gun"

Junebug (Mpho Koaho) uses a Glock "Non Gun" to kill two police officers who are camping outside gangster Levar's house. One of Raoul's (Walter Alza) accomplices also uses a "Non Gun" Glock in the film. Non Guns are used when blanks are not needed, or deemed too dangerous when filming a scene. Non Guns only produce a flash and a puff of smoke and have no moving parts, which make them extremely safe to use in any conditions.

Glock "Non Gun"
Marcus holds his Glock on Bama during the robbery. Note how the Glock is now a non-gun. The Glock later turns back into a real Glock in the scene.
Junebug fires his Glock. In the scene, the slide does not move and no shells exit the gun; all indicative of a "Non Gun" Glock.
One of Raoul's accomplices fires his Glock at a record producer.

Beretta 92FS Inox

One of the cash machine operators during the robbery in the beginning of the film uses a Beretta 92FS Inox to fire at Marcus' crew. Kyrl (Omar Benson Miller) also chambers a Beretta 92FS Inox during one of Marcus' recording sessions.

Beretta 92FS Inox - 9x19mm
The cash machine operator with his Beretta (circled in red).
Kyrl chambers his Beretta.

"Non Gun" Beretta Inox

Several Beretta 92FS Inox "Non Guns" make appearances in the film, obviously standing in for the real 92FS Inox. Raoul (Walter Alza) uses a "Non Gun" Inox during the shootout at a club (crippling Antwan), and to shoot up a recording session of Majestic's protege rap-star Dangerous (Michael Miller). Bama (Terrence Howard) also uses a Non Gun Inox during the climax of the film, to fire on Majestic (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje) as he tries to stab Marcus with his cane-sword.

Beretta Inox "Non Gun"
Raoul fires his Non Gun.
Raoul fires his Non Gun during the club shootout.
Bama fires his Beretta Non Gun.

SIG-Sauer P226

Justice (Tory Kittles) uses a SIG-Sauer P226 during the robbery in the beginning of the film. The store guards also have P226 pistols. Bama (Terrence Howard) disarms and uses one of the SIG-Sauer P226 pistols during the robbery, along with his P14-45. Raoul (Walter Alza) drops a SIG-Sauer P226 as Marcus (50 Cent) comes to retaliate for the club shootout. Bama also has a P226 during one of Marcus' recording session. He offers it to Marcus, as Marcus states they have to get rid of Majestic.

SIG-Sauer P226 - 9x19mm
Justice loads his P226 before the robbery.
Bama holds one of the guards' own P226 on him.
Justice holds his P226 during the robbery.
Raoul's SIG drops on the street (circled in red).
Bama holds his P226.
Bama offers the P226 to Marcus.

Para-Ordnance P-14

Bama (Terrence Howard) uses a Para-Ordnance P14-45 as his main weapon throughout the film. The gun switches back and forth with "Non Gun" M1911A1 during the robbery scene in the beginning.

Para-Ordnance P-14 - .45 ACP
Bama holds his P14 on the errand boy, trying to leverage the cash machine operators open up their safe door.
Bama his P14-45. Notice how the slide says "P14-45".
Bama reveals his P14 as Majestic's men approach him.
Bama holds his P14 on Majestic's men, while backing away from the cafeteria.

"Non Gun" M1911A1

Bama's Para-Ordnance P14-45 changes into a flashpaper M1911A1 replica a few times during the opening robbery.

Non-Gun 1911 (nickel).
Bama fires his Non Gun at one of the guards leg.
Bama holds his Non Gun at the errand boy.

Ruger SP101

After young Marcus (Marc John Jefferies) starts dealing coke when he's 12, he acquires a Ruger SP101 from a street dealer, courtesy of Majestic (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje)

Ruger SP101 - .357 Magnum
A young Marcus Greer inspects the revolver.
A young Marcus poses with his revoler in the mirror.
An older Marcus poses with his reolver. This reveals the five shot cylinder.

Smith & Wesson Model 36

A Korean store clerk uses a Smith & Wesson Model 36 to shoot two young kids who try to rob his store in the film. You can bare make out the Smith & Wesson -style cylinder latch in the scene.

Smith & Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special
The store clerk fires his snubnose revolver. You can barely make out the cylinder latch in this frame and the five-shot cylinder.

Submachine gun

IMI Uzi

Antwan (Ashley Walters) keeps an IMI Uzi at Marcus' grandparents house in case of emergency, when Marcus leaves to perform his rap concert.

IMI Uzi - 9x19mm
Antwan holds his Uzi.

Shotgun

Remington 870

One of the cash machine operators uses a Remington 870 with an Express tactical pistol grip during the robbery.

Remington 870 with a Express tactical pistol grip and vertical foregrip - 12 gauge. The one in the film lacks the vertical foregrip, and has a shorter magazine tube.
The cash machine operator chambers her shotgun.
The cash machine operator fires his 870 on Marcus' crew.

Rifles

AKMS

One of Majestic's (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje) thugs uses an AKMS to fire on Colombians during a drive-by. The AKMS appears to be custom fitted with a side-folding stock usually fitted to a paratrooper model SA Vz.58 assault rifle. A similar setup is seen in the silm Face/Off.

AKMS - 7.62x39mm
SA Vz 58 - 7.62x39mm
The thug fires the AKMS.

Ruger Mini-14

Junebug (Mpho Koaho) inspects a Ruger Mini-14 fitted with a scope in a car after the Colombian hit. One of the Columbians also uses a Ruger Mini-14 during the same scene to shoot up the car with Junebug and thugs.

Blued Ruger Mini-14 Standard Model Semiautomatic Rifle (Pre-2005) with 30 round magazine - 5.56x45mm
Junebug holds the Mini-14.
The Colombian holds his rifle after riddling Junebug's car with bulletholes.



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