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The following weapons were used in the film Get Smart:
Maxwell Smart/Agent 86 (Steve Carell) uses a SIG-Sauer P226 as his sidearm in the film. In some scenes, Agent 86's SIG P226 changes into a SIG-Sauer P228 pistol instead.
Agent 86 with his SIG P226 loaded with SimTech paintball rounds during the training session.
Agent 86 draws his SIG P226 on Agent 99 (Anne Hathaway
) before she disarms him.
Agent 99 holds his SIG P226 on him to demonstrate to Max why he needs to listen to her. According to making-of DVD featurette, Anne Hathaway ad-libbed this scene.
Agent 86 shoots one of Krstic's men with his SIG P226.
Agent 86 gets held up by one of Krstic's men and disarmed, but assures 99 he isn't "totally incompetent without a gun".
Agent 86 tries to calm down Dalip (Dalip Singh
) during the fight on the roof.
For instance, when Agent 99 disarms Agent 86 of his SIG P226 and holds it on him, it changes to a SIG P228.
Also, while infiltrating the nuclear plant hidden in the bakery, his SIG P226 turns into what appears to be a SIG P228 airsoft replica.
Agent 99 (Anne Hathaway) packs a SIG-Sauer P232 as her sidearm, and also on the film's promotional posters.
SIG-Sauer P232 - .380 ACP.
Agent 99 with her SIG P232 on the film's promotional poster.
Agent 99 holds her SIG P232 on Agent 86.
Agent 99, shocked upon recognizing 86.
Agent 99 with her SIG P232 during the false infiltration of CONTROL.
Agent 99 shooting down a pair of shoot-on-sight guards in the plant. She does a good job of not flinching. (Note: This could be because the flash is likely edited in during post-production. The resolution of the flash is slightly higher than the background footage.)
Agent 99 with her SIG P232.
Production image of 99 and her P232
IMI Desert Eagle Mark I
The Desert Eagle Mark I is the weapon of choice for Agent 23 (Dwayne Johnson). It is identical as a Mark I by the teardrop safety.
A matte stainless Desert Eagle MK I - .357 Magnum. The weapon pictured here is an actual movie gun (from the inventory of Weapons Specialists, Ltd. in New York) and has appeared in several motion pictures.
Agent 23 with his Desert Eagle, loaded with SimTech paintball rounds during the training session.
Agent 23 with his Desert Eagle.
Beretta 92FS pistols are seen several times in the film. The first instance is during the training simulation, in which Larabee (David Koechner) uses a Beretta loaded with SimTech paintball rounds. During the mansion fight one of Krstic's guards wield a Beretta 92FS equipped with a silencer. Later, Bruce (Masi Oka) is seen using one to hold on Agent 86 (Steve Carell), in order to trick the security cameras into thinking he truly is trying to capture him. Finally, Agent 86 grabs a Beretta from a display case in the CONTROL lobby, but never uses it.
Larabee with a Beretta 92FS during the training session.
One of Krstic's thugs fires a suppressed Beretta 92FS at Agent 86.
Bruce holds up Agent 86 with a Beretta.
Agent 86 takes a Beretta from a display in the CONTROL lobby. It would seem rather odd that a government agency would have a live firing Beretta with a loaded magazine next to it, in full access to the public.
During the training simulation, Larabee's 92FS changes to a 92SB, as noted by its rounded trigger guard.
Larabee's Beretta 92FS has changed to a Beretta 92SB (as ID'ed by the round trigger guard).
A Glock 17 loaded with SimTech paintball rounds is used by Agent 91 (Terry Crews) during the training session.
Glock 17 2nd generation - 9mm.
Agent 91 with his Glock 17.
Agent 91 holds his Glock 17 on Agent 23. Agent 23 is holding a Desert Eagle.
Agent 23 takes down both Agent 91 and Larabee.
Shtarker (Ken Davitian) used a Walther P38 in the interrogation room with Agent 86.
Shtarker holds his Walther P38 on Agent 86 in the interrogation room.
Agent 86 reaches for the telephone to teach Shtarker the element of surprise...
... which proves ineffective when the telephone cord is found to be too short.
One of Krstic's men fires a Tokarev TT-33 at Agent 86 (Steve Carell) and Agent 99 (Anne Hathaway) as they try to escape.
Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm
A thug fires his pistol at Agent 86 and Agent 99.
Colt Detective Special
Several Colt Detective Special snub nosed revolvers are seen in display cases in the CONTROL lobby. While not seen taking one, Agent 86 (Steve Carell) holds one on Agent 23 (Dwayne Johnson) while he tries to escape in his car.
Colt Detective Special - .38spl.
Seen in the display case in the CONTROL lobby is a "Stereophonic Gun" (two Colt Detective Special upper assemblies mounted left-right on a common trigger base) from the original Get Smart
television series. KAOS had ordered a new weapon to distribute to its agents. (The joke was pulling the trigger activated music; KAOS had commissioned the weapon from a Japanese manufacturer who in misunderstanding the term "stereophonic" instead made and shipped Novelty Radios)
Agent 86 holds his Colt Detective Special on Agent 23 in the car chase.
Agent 86 with his Colt Detective Special.
Smith & Wesson Model 36
A Smith & Wesson Model 36 is seen in a display case in the CONTROL lobby.
Smith & Wesson Model 36 - .38spl.
A Smith & Wesson Model 36 is seen in the display case in the lobby.
Heckler & Koch MP5A2
A SWAT member is seen armed with a Heckler & Koch MP5A2.
Heckler & Koch MP5A2 with Surefire dedicated forend and muzzle break - 9mm.
A SWAT member with a Heckler & Koch MP5A2.
Skorpion SA Vz 61
When Maxwell Smart/Agent 86 (Steve Carell) and Agent 99 (Anne Hathaway) infiltrate Ladislas Krstic's (David S. Lee) mansion, one of his guards holds a Skorpion SA Vz 61 on him before he is rather awkwardly disarmed by 86. When the Skorpion gets knocked out of 86's hands, 99 kicks it up to him just in time to kill Krstic before he kills them.
Skorpion SA Vz 61 - .32 ACP.
Agent 86 pulls the Skorpion SA out of the guard's hand, which doesn't work like he plans.
Agent 86 and the guard fight over the Skorpion.
Here's a bit of movie magic for you: When the gun first lands on the floor, it lands in front of Agent 99's feet. In the next shot, it is on top of her foot, which allows her to kick it up easier. She also moved back about a step and moved to the left.
An AKMS is seen in the hands of an Arab guard making rude remarks about women as they pass, one of which is the wife of the man next to him. Another is seen in the hands of a guard in the nuclear weapons factory hidden inside the bakery.
An Arab guard remarks on his partner's wife armed with an AKMS.
A guard in the nuclear weapons plant with an AKMS, trying to locate Agent 99.
Krstic (David S. Lee) is seen using an AKS-74U when he tries to kill Agent 86 and Agent 99, before 86 kills him.
Krstic chambers his AKS-74U.
Krstic holding his AKS as he is shot.
Still, he will "sleep like a baby".
One of Krstic's men fires his AKS-74U at Agent 86 and Agent 99.
SWAT team members are seen armed with M4A1 carbines fitted with TA31F ACOG scopes and tactical flashlights when they attempt to apprehend Agent 86 (Steve Carell), only to find Lloyd (Nate Torrence) dressed like him, who quickly faints at the sight of so many guns pointed at him.
Colt M4A1 with Aimpoint M68 sight - 5.56x45mm.
SWAT members point their M4A1s at Lloyd.
The SWAT team watches Lloyd faint.
Double Barreled Shotgun
A farmer in Russia runs out armed with a Double Barreled Shotgun when he hears Dalip (Dalip Singh) land in his barn.
Modern Baikal Commercial hammerless side by side shotgun - 12 Gauge. Baikal is a Russian manufacturer and a version of this budget shotgun is known as the Remington Spartan.
A Russian farmer runs out to his barn armed with a Double Barreled Shotgun.
The Russian searches his barn with his shotgun.