Hot Fuzz is a 2007 British action comedy directed by Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead) that spoofs the conventions of the American "buddy cop" film genre popularized in such films as the Bad Boys and Lethal Weapon series. Sergeant Nicholas Angel (Simon Pegg) is sent from London to the small, English countryside town of Sandford because his extreme dedication to being a London constable consistently upstages his colleagues. When he arrives in Sandford, he uncovers a plot by a small cabal of residents to rid the town of anything and anyone they find disrupts the peace and harmony they strive for.
The following weapons were used in the film Hot Fuzz:
Heckler & Koch USP Compact
Heckler & Koch USP Match
Jericho 941 F
A Two Tone (stainless frame, black slide) Jericho 941 F "Baby Eagle" is used by Sergeant Nicholas Angel (Simon Pegg) in the supermarket and pub shootouts, which he dual wields with his Taurus PT92AFS. In one of the DVD special features, Simon Pegg is shown answering questions at a Q&A, getting the Jericho "Baby Eagle" correct but mistakenly refers to the Taurus as a Beretta.
Note: The Jericho 941 is neither a standard issue nor an authorized weapon of the British police. Since Sgt. Angel is an Authorised Firearms Officer (AFO), he can only carry department-issued firearms instead of his private ones. Probably because of dramatic purposes, the prop crew did not get the Glock 17 (the standard sidearm for the firearms officers in the UK) for the actors.
When Danny and Angel watch Point Break, the infamous scene is shown when Johnny Utah (Keanu Reeves) aims his SIG-Sauer P226 pistol at Patrick Swayze's character and fires his gun empty into the air, a scene which is later replicated by Danny and his father.
Smith & Wesson 5906
Danny Butterman (Nick Frost) uses a Smith & Wesson 5906 as one of his sidearms, sometimes dual wielding it with a Charter Arms Snub. He is seen using it during the pub shootout and during the car chase to shoot at Simon Skinner's (Timothy Dalton) car. His father, Inspector Frank Butterman (Jim Broadbent) gets a hold of it in the final scene in the mini-village and threatens his son with it. Danny then retains the weapon while Frank runs off - unwilling to shoot his own father, Danny angrily fires the S&W into the air while lying on his back (spoofing a scene from Point Break).
Note: The S&W 5906 is neither a standard issue nor an authorized weapon of the British police. Since Butterman is an Authorised Firearms Officer (AFO), he can only carry department-issued firearms instead of his private ones. Probably because of dramatic purposes, the prop crew did not get the Glock 17 (the standard sidearm for the firearms officers in the UK) for the actors.
Sergeant Nicholas Angel (Simon Pegg) uses a Taurus PT92AFS as his main sidearm during his assault on the town, sometimes dual wielding it along with his Jericho 941 "Baby Eagle". In one of the DVD special features, Pegg is shown answering questions at a Q&A, mistakenly refers to the Taurus as a Beretta., however gets the Jericho "Baby Eagle" correct.
Note: Like the Jericho 941 and the S&W, the Taurus PT92 is neither a standard issue nor an authorized weapon of the British police. Since Sgt. Angel is an Authorised Firearms Officer (AFO), he can only carry department-issued firearms instead of his private ones. Probably because of dramatic purposes, the prop crew did not get the Glock 17 (the standard sidearm for the firearms officers in the UK) for the actors.
Charter Arms Snub (Unknown)
Danny is seen wielding a snub nose revolver, which looks like a Charter Arms Undercover, mainly dual wielding with his Smith & Wesson 5906.
Note: Like the Jericho 941, the Taurus and the S&W, the Charter Arms Snub is neither a standard issue nor an authorized weapon of the British police. Since Butterman is an Authorised Firearms Officer (AFO), he can only carry department-issued firearms instead of his private ones. Probably because of dramatic purposes, the prop crew did not get the Glock 17 (the standard sidearm for the firearms officers in the UK) for the actors.
Inspector Frank Butterman (Jim Broadbent) uses two engraved Colt 1851 Navy revolvers with gold cylinders and ivory grips when he confronts Angel and his officers in the pub. They can also be seen mounted on the wall of his office. Since Frank seems to be a bit of a Western lover, these guns seem to fit him well.
Smith & Wesson Model 10
Smith & Wesson Model 64
Smith & Wesson Model 629
A revolver is seen in Angel's hip holster, which he never draws but appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 629.
NAA Mini Revolver
Heckler & Koch G36C
Early in the film, Sergeant Nicholas Angel (Simon Pegg) fires a round from his Heckler & Koch G36C fitted with a standard G36 carry handle, laser sight, and tactical flashlight during a CO19 operation.
Norinco Type 56-1
During the opening scene Sergeant Nicholas Angel (Simon Pegg) fires his G36C into "a crack-head with a Kalashnikov" (Garth Jennings). The type of AK-47 the crack-head was armed with appears to be a Chinese-made, folding stock Norinco Type 56-1 assault rifle.
Berthier Mle 1892 Carbine
A French-made Berthier Mle 1892 bolt-action artillery carbine can be seen in the evidence room sharing the window sill with an M1 Thompson.
When Sergeant Nicholas Angel (Simon Pegg) takes on the town, he brings the British variant of the FN FAL, the L1A1 SLR. This is an early model L1A1 with wooden furniture and the original cylindrical wood carry handle.
Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk III* SMLE
Sgt. Tony Fisher (Kevin Eldon) uses a Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III* bolt-action rifle during the Somerfield supermarket shootout. A number of No.1 Mk III* rifles (along with a couple of Lee-Enfield No.4 rifles) were also found in Arthur Webley's (David Bradley) barn earlier in the film. It is interesting to note that in the director commentary, this rifle is referred to as an M1 Garand by the director.
Annette Roper (Patricia Franklin) tries to snipe Angel with an M14 Rifle fitted with a scope. Luckily for him, she misses every time and is forced to stop when her rule of 1 school student in the shop at a time is broken as Angel herds the children through the door.
Several Martini-Henry rifles are seen on the racks in Mr. Webley's barn.
Mauser Karabiner 98k
Several Mauser Kar98k rifles were seen among the firearms in Mr. Webley's barn.
Remington Rolling Block
Several Remington Rolling Block rifles are seen in Mr. Webley's barn.
A mid-to-late nineteenth century era North African 'Altit' or 'Kabyle' type snaphaunce musket (missing its trigger) is seen in Mr. Webley's barn.
Spencer 1860 Carbine
A Spencer 1860 Carbine is seen in Mr. Webley's barn.
An M1 Thompson is seen in the evidence room.
Steyr-Solothurn S1-100/MP34 submachine gun
Joyce Cooper (Billie Whitelaw) uses a World War II-vintage Austrian Steyr-Solothurn S1-100 (or better known as the "MP34" in WWII German service) submachine gun when Nicholas Angel (Simon Pegg) starts to take on Sandford. PC Doris Thatcher (Olivia Colman) uses the same S1-100/MP34 for the rest of the film.
Squires-Bingham Model 30
DC Andy Cartwright (Rafe Spall) uses a Squires-Bingham Model 30R, the original name for the Armscor M30R6, to aid Angel and his fellow officers during the assault on the Somerfield grocery store. Andy's shotgun is not a Mossberg 500, as previously stated, as it has a cross bolt safety, is marked Squires Bingham, and lacks a magazine extension.
Double Barreled Exposed Hammers Shotgun
A Double Barreled Exposed Hammers Shotguns is seen in the hands of the elderly Mrs. Reaper (Maria Charles), who fires it at Angel when he first enters the town, and subsequently takes a flying kick to the face before she can reload. DS Andy Wainright (Paddy Considine) is also seen using this shotgun during the shootout in the Somerfield grocery store.
Double Barreled Hammerless Shotgun
Arthur Webley (David Bradley) is seen armed with a hammerless 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun when Angel and Danny come to inspect his house. Roy Porter (Peter Wight) is also seen using one during the shootout in the pub.
Winchester 1300 Defender
Nicholas Angel's (Simon Pegg) partner, Danny Butterman (Nick Frost) uses a Winchester 1300 Defender provided by Angel during the shootout in the town. The Model 1300 Defender in the movie is fitted with a synthetic stock, tactical flashlight on the fore-grip, and spare 12 Gauge shell holders. Doctor Robin Hatcher (Stuart Wilson) also uses a Defender which he pulls from the trunk of his car. He fires several shots at Angel when he first enters the town and holds both Angel and Danny at gunpoint before Danny blows his foot off.
Mary Porter uses a 28" barreled Stevens Model 520-30 shotgun in the pub shootout.
Winchester Model 1887
A Winchester Model 1887 with a large lever loop and sawed-off barrel similar to the one used in Terminator 2: Judgement Day is used by Mr. Treacher (Tim Barlow) when Nicholas Angel (Simon Pegg) first takes on the town of Sandford. Since Winchesters aren't made anymore and are harder to find, this is likely a replica model such as a Chinese Norinco YL1887L shotgun, sawed-off "T2" style (though it seems that the stock is not sawed-off and is hidden by his coat to give the appearance of being sawed-off)
Model 24 Stielhandgranate
Seen in one of the boxes Danny carries to the evidence room is a Model 24 Stielhandgranate.
Mk. 2 hand grenade
Seen in one of the boxes Angel carries to the evidence room is a Mk. 2 hand grenade.
German Contact Sea Mine
The most unique item in Mr. Webley's barn is an old World War II German contact-type Sea Mine, which is said to be deactivated but Tom Weaver is unlucky enough to prove otherwise when Angel kicks him into it and it blows up the entire police station, though Weaver is the only one killed.
Air Rifle (BSA Cadet)
While on duty during the town's festival, Danny begs Angel to try out at the Rifle Range. Angel picks up an Air Rifle, most likely a B2 Deluxe Air Rifle with Monte Carlo Stock, and takes out all six man targets in about two seconds. Anyone who has ever uses one of these air rifles should know that they are a single shot weapon and that it takes at least 5 seconds to break open and cock the spring and load it. Angel must be an uber-shooter in order to accomplish such an impossible task. However, it's possible the film is simply intentionally edited to skip any reloads, as a similar style of jump-cutting is used elsewhere in the film (such as in the brief pursuit of a speeding motorist near the beginning).
Beretta 92SB (stage prop)
Eve Draper (Lucy Punch) uses a stainless steel Beretta 92SB stage prop to "kill" herself when playing Juliet Capulet in the horrendous "Romeo + Juliet" play that was based off Baz Luhrmann's 1996 film of the same name.