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The following weapons were used in the film If Looks Could Kill:
Blade (Roger Daltrey) uses Taurus PT92 as his primary weapon during his assault on the Chateau Richelieu.
Taurus PT92AF (blued) - 9x19mm
Blade, in a parka, takes aim with the Taurus. In a blooper, the slide is already visibly locked back despite the fact Blade has yet to fire the Taurus.
Blade fires at one of Steranko's henchmen.
Tanfoglio GT Targa
Blade (Roger Daltrey) uses a Tanfoglio GT Targa as a backup weapon inside the chateau. However it is knocked from his hand by Ilsa Grunt (Linda Hunt).
Tanfoglio GT Targa - .380 ACP
The Tanfoglio GT Targa lying on the floor.
Bruni/BBM "ME-8 Police"
Thanks to a continuity break, Blade's (Roger Daltrey) Tanfoglio GT is briefly replaced by a different gun, a stainless Bruni/BBM "ME-8 Police" blank-firing prop gun, in the shot where he attempts to retrieve it after it is knocked from his hand by Ilsa. At the climax, Ilsa is seen shooting a "ME-8 Police", probably the same one taken from Blade when she killed him.
A Bruni/BBM "ME-8 Police" 8mm blank firing gun (used to impersonate a Walther PPK)
Ilsa, in the helicopter, fires on Corben with Blade's Bruni/BBM "ME-8 Police".
Smith & Wesson Model 629
CIA Agent Kramer (Gene Mack) pulls a Smith & Wesson Model 629 with a 3" full lug barrel and unfluted cylinder on Mrs. Grober while aboard the Trans-Atlantic flight from Detroit to France.
Smith & Wesson Model 629 with 3" Barrel - .44 magnum.
"Stay away from Michael Corben, or I'll splatter your brains all over this aircraft!"
The Ruger Redhawk is seen used by Agent Richardson (Michael Siberry) in the French airport as soon as Michael Corben (Richard Grieco) arrives with the French class.
Ruger Redhawk - .44 Magnum
Richardson takes aim with the Ruger.
Riding in the Rolls-Royce later, Richardson examines his Ruger in bemusement. "Nasty business!"
Desert Eagle MK VII
A silenced Desert Eagle fitted with a red dot sight is used by Zigesfeld (Tom Rack) at the airport. It looks as though it is slightly out of battery.
Desert Eagle MK VII - .357 Magnum. The most commonly seen Desert Eagle pistol in films before 1999.
Zigesfeld takes aim at Mrs. Grober.
Kelly (Travis Swords) when driving the French Club bus first uses the Beretta 92FS with a silencer to kill the previous "bus driver" hired to hijack the French Class. A Beretta 92F is used by Richard Grieco for movie promotional shots as well.
Kelly conceals the Beretta from view by holding it against his thigh as the bus approaches a police car. Apologies for the dark screenshot, but this is the best it looked even on the DVD.
Beretta 92FS Inox
Two of Steranko's henchmen hold Corben at gunpoint outside the casino with Beretta 92FS Inox handguns.
The henchmen aiming their guns at Corben.
The henchmen still clutching the guns after being knocked out.
The Mauser C96 is used by Augustus Steranko (Roger Rees) at the end of the movie to hold Mariska (Gabrielle Anwar) hostage and later to fire at Corben from his helicopter.
Pre-War dated Mauser C96 "Broomhandle" Commercial Version - 7.63x25mm Mauser.
Steranko holds the Mauser on Corben
Steranko threatens to kill Mariska.
The Uzi is used by Steranko's henchmen in the Chateau Richelieu but is also used by Michael Corben (Richard Grieco) and Mrs. Patricia Grober (Robin Bartlett) and others.
A henchman fires with his Uzi.
Corben chambers an Uzi purloined from a henchman during the firefight in the gold foundry.
Corben fires around a corner.
Twin Sterling SMGs are seen mounted on the handlebars of Zigesfeld's (Tom Rack) Polaris 250 quadbike as he chases Blade.
The police officers at the French airport hold (but do not use) Beretta PM12S submachine guns.
The French police officers watch Zigesfeld drive off.
Steyr AUG A1
A Steyr AUG A1 is used by Vendetta Galante (Geraldine James) at the end of the movie.
Steyr AUG - Austrian Army Version 5.56x45mm
Vendetta (left) holds the Steyr AUG
on Mrs. Grober, alias "The French Teacher."
A Franchi SPAS-12 is used by the British soldiers at the end.
Franchi SPAS-12 12-gauge with optional screw-on choke
The British soldier to the left holds one.
SAAB Machine Guns
Zigesfeld's (Tom Rack) black SAAB 900 Turbo has machine guns that pop out from behind the license plate. However these appear to merely be hollow tubes installed by the prop department.
The gun barrels emerge from behind the license plate when it flips down.
An M72 LAW is used by Zigesfeld (Tom Rack) when he is sent to kill Corben at his hotel. He only succeeds in blowing up femme fatale Areola Canasta, though.
Zigesfeld extends the launcher.
Zigesfeld takes aim through the door.
Beeman Model 2261 Hurricane
A mysterious person (later revealed to be Mariska (Gabrielle Anwar) holds this dart gun against Corben and fires a tranquilizer dart into his neck.
Beeman Model 2261 "Hurricane"
The dart gun held on Corben from inside his Lotus.
Closeup of the dart gun's barrel.
- The Chateau Richelieu in Orenbourg was filmed at the Manoir Richelieu in Québec.
- According to the film's press kit, Steranko's henchmen were played by members of a Montreal SWAT team.
- The film's poster features a Heckler & Koch MP5A3 submachine gun, a weapon not seen in the film.