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The following guns were used in the film The Incredibles:
M1911A1 based pistol
The standard issue sidearm of the police in the film is a handgun based off the real world M1911A1 pistol. At one point a mugger is also seen using one.
A police officer fires his M1911 pistol at a robber's vehicle. Seems somewhat unbecoming of an officer, since they are speeding through an area filled with cars and civilians.
A robber aims his M1911 at Mr. Incredible (V.O. Craig T. Nelson
). But is knocked out by Elastigirl a few seconds later.
A police officer aims his M1911 at Mr. Incredible and Frozone (V.O. Samuel L. Jackson
) in a parody of a similar scene in Die Hard with a Vengeance
, mistaking them for robbers breaking into a jewelry store.
The officer after being frozen by Frozone. Note the frozen bullet in mid-flight, while the other officers have their M1911's out after rushing into the store.
Armed Gunman's Submachine Gun
At the start of the film, an armed gunman is seen using a submachine gun that resembles both an M3 / M3A1 "Grease Gun" and an MP40.
M3/M3A1 "Grease Gun" - .45 ACP.
The robber cocks his submachine gun.
The robber fires on the police car. Note how the gun has a bolt lock like an MP40, but it is reversed to the front, which seems somewhat pointless.
The robber fires his submachine gun at the police car.Here it's has the stock of the Sten Mark VI
Syndrome's Guards' Submachine Gun
Syndrome's (V.O. Jason Lee) guards are seen carrying submachine guns with optical sights which resemble M3 / M3A1 "Grease Gun"s, when Elastigirl infiltrates the island base.
M3A1 "Grease Gun" - .45 ACP.
A guard is seen holding a submachine gun that strongly resembles the M3/M3A1 "Grease Gun".
Two other guards walk by armed with their submachine guns.
A guard pokes Elastigirl's (V.O. Holly Hunter
) leg with his submachine gun.
Guards cock their submachine guns when they encounter Dash and Violet in the jungle. Interestingly, a whirring, futuristic sound is heard when they do so.
A guard searches for Violet (V.O. Sarah Vowell
) in the river. For some odd reason, the bolt handle is either missing or it blends in with the color scheme of the gun in this shot (Probably due to an animation error).
National Guard Assault Rifle
National Guard privates are seen firing rifles at Syndrome's (V.O. Jason Lee) robot when it attacks the city. They seem to be very loosely based on the FN FAL rifle, though they aren't an exact match.
FN FAL 50.00 - 7.62x51mm NATO (Pictured here for comparison purposes)
National Guard privates are seen armed with their assault rifles that weakly resemble the FN FAL as they approach the robot. The guns here have bolt handles that are on the wrong side of the weapon (the right side) when you look closely enough.
Browning M2HB-based Turrets
When Edna "E" Mode (V.O. Brad Bird) shows off the indestructibility of the baby's superhero costume, she test-fires on it with four machine gun turrets that heavily resemble Browning M2HB machine guns.
Edna shows off the strength of the baby's costume by having it fired upon by the four machine gun turrets which strongly resemble the Browning M2HB.
When Edna "E" Mode (V.O. Brad Bird) is first entering her underground workshop, a turret trains on Helen Parr (V.O. Holly Hunter) before Edna tells it she has a guest.
A fictional turret aims at Helen Parr.
When Dash Parr (V.O. Spencer Fox) races for a school sporting event, a man fires a starter pistol into the air to start the race. The gun appears to be a recycled animation taken from the police officers' M1911 pistols and modified to look more like a starter gun.
The man fires the starter pistol into the air.