The following weapons can be seen in the film Hunt to Kill:
The Beretta 92FS is the U.S. Border Patrol agents' secondary weapon in the film. It can be seen in Rhodes' (Steve Austin) leg holster, while Davis (Eric Roberts) is actually using it to shoot a thug at the drug lab.
The Beretta 92FS visible in agent Rhodes' holster.
Agent Davies fires his Beretta 92FS.
Dominika (Emilie Ullerup) pulls out a two-tone Walther P99 at the police station when Rhodes enters the building.
Walther P99 with silver slide - 9x19mm
Dominika points her P99 at Rhodes.
The other side of the Walther P99.
Dominika puts the P99 to Kim's head.
Banks (Gil Bellows) pulls out a suppressed 3rd Generation Glock 17 at the police station.
Banks holds his suppressed Glock 17.
Crab (Adrian Holmes) uses an M1911A1 in the film. Rhodes (Steve Austin) is also seen with the Colt, when he disarms Crab at the police HQ. Later Geary (Michael Eklund) takes the M1911A1 from Crab and uses it at the forest.
Banks shows Crab that his M1911A1 was not loaded during the heist for safety reasons.
Agent Rhodes disarms Crab.
Rhodes points the Colt at Banks and Dominika.
Geary pulls out the M1911A1 when he hears footsteps.
After capturing Rhodes and his daughter, Banks (Gil Bellows) is seen with a Colt Anaconda instead of his Glock 17. The Anaconda is also used by Jensen (Gary Daniels) and Dominika (Emilie Ullerup).
Colt Anaconda with 6" barrel - .44 Magnum
Banks fires his Anaconda to the air.
Jensen holds the Anaconda.
Banks gives orders with his Anaconda in hand.
Dominika fires the Anaconda.
Banks fires his revolver at Rhodes eyes closed.
Another image of Banks with his favourite handgun.
U.S. Border Patrol agent Jim Rhodes (Steve Austin) and agent Lee Davis (Eric Roberts) use shortened Valtro PM5 shotguns as their service weapon when they investigate the abandoned house during the intro of the film. The exact same shotgun was used by Dolph Lundgren in the film Icarus (both movies had the same armorers).
Valtro PM5 with 14" barrel and LPA sights - 12 Gauge
Agent Davis holds his shotgun. The Valtro logo can be clearly seen on this image.
The agents run to the abandoned house.
Agent Rhodes holds his PM5 shotgun.
Agent Davis with his Valtro PM5.
The thug takes the PM5 from Rhodes and points it on him.
Mossberg 500 Mariner Cruiser
A thug uses a pistol-gripped Mossberg 500 during the opening shootout.
Mossberg 500 Mariner Cruiser - 12 gauge
The thugs climb up when the agents leave the scene.
The thug holds his 500 Mariner.
The thug fires his shotgun.
The shotgun on the ground.
Custom Shortened Mossberg 500
The third thug (Darcy Laurie) uses what appears to be a shortened Mossberg 500 Cruiser with a custom foregrip in place of the forestock.
Mossberg 500 shothgun with pistol grip and MP5K foregrip - 12 gauge
The custom shotgun on the ground.
The custom shotgun on the ground.
Heckler & Koch MP5K
A Heckler & Koch MP5K is used by a thug at the drug hideout.
A thug opens fire with his MP5K.
As he falls down the magazine release paddle is visible.
Heckler & Koch P2A1
Banks (Gil Bellows) takes a Heckler & Koch P2A1 flare pistol from Canadian border guards and uses it against Rhodes. Rhodes (Steve Austin) finally takes the flare gun from him, and uses it to blow up an ATV. A total of three flares are launched without reloading this single-shot flare gun.
Heckler & Koch P2A1 - 26.5mm
Banks takes the P2A1 from an ATV.
Then he checks the chamber.
Rhodes fires the flare gun.
Rhodes and his daughter cover their faces from the explosion.
PSE TAC 15 Crossbow
Rhodes (Steve Austin) uses a PSE TAC 15 crossbow during a deer hunt and later to kill the robbers kidnapping him and his daughter. A similar crossbow was used in the film RED.
PSE TAC-15 Crossbow upper for the AR-15 rifle platform (seen here with a VLTOR EMOD buttstock)
Rhodes holds his crossbow.
Rhodes fires the crossbow
Rhodes with his crossbow.
Close view on the crossbow and optical sight.