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The following weapons were used in the film Inside Man:
Dalton Russell (Clive Owen) carries a Ruger GP100 during the bank robbery, referred to throughout the film as a ".357".
Ruger GP100, the Stainless Version; .357 Magnum.
Dalton Russell pulls out his Ruger when his gang enters the bank dressed as painters.
Russell holds his Ruger on Sgt. Collins.
Russell holds his Ruger on a woman who refuses to strip down.
Russell confronts Det. Frazier.
Russell holds his Ruger on Det. Frazier.
An NYPD officer that enters the bank after the hostages and robbers are out uses a Glock 17 with a light attachment.
Glock 17 (2nd gen) - 9 mm.
An NYPD officer with his Glock inside the bank.
Almost all of the NYPD officers carry a Glock 19, including Det. Keith Frazier (Denzel Washington) and Sgt. Collins (Victor Colicchio).
Glock 19 (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm
Sgt. Collins backs away from the bank with his Glock in his holster.
Frazier removes his magazine and places it on the dresser, but the mag was empty! Movie foul perhaps?
Frazier checks his Glock before putting it away.
Frazier's Glock 19 in its case.
The officer on the other side of the officer with the Glock is carrying a SIG-Sauer P226, which was recently added to NYPD's approved carry list. The exact specifications are DAO, 9mm, but the one in this film seems to have a hammer, so it is not DAO. An officer with a shield (or body bunker as NYPD ESU refers to them) can also be seen carrying one when they raid the bank.
The NYPD officer immediately to the left of the one holding the Beretta is seen with his SIG-Sauer drawn.
Colt Double Eagle
Another NYPD officer appears to be holding a Colt Double Eagle.
The NYPD officer in the foreground appears to be holding the Colt Double Eagle.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
Several NYPD ESU officers are armed with Heckler & Koch MP5A3 submachine guns with Surefire 628 dedicated fore-end flashlights.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with Surefire 628 dedicated forend weaponlight and safe-semi-two round burst trigger group
NYPD ESU officers with MP5A3s.
NYPD ESU officers with an MP5A3 and a Glock.
NYPD ESU officers with an MP5A3 and an M4 Carbine.
An NYPD ESU officer aims his MP5A3 in the sequence in which the detectives ponder the consequences of sending in the unit.
The other three bank robbers, Steve Damerjian (Carlos Andres Gomez), Stevie (Kim Director), and Steve-O (James Ransone) carry AK-47 rifles. During an interview with Det. Frazier, Steve-O (posing as one of the bank hostages) has a discussion with Frazier about how "everyone who's seen a halfway decent action movie" knows what an AK-47 looks like after identifying the gun as such. When Frazier enters the bank after the robbery, another detective points out to him that the AKs are "toy guns". (Although identified as toys, the bank robbers can be seen using firing AK models when the detectives consider the consequences of raiding the bank. Since these sequences don't show events that actually happened, it is not a mistake that the guns would be "toys".)
A bank robber aims his AK at the tellers.
Stevie with her AK in the bank.
Stevie with her AK near the bank vault.
A bank robber holds an AK on the women near the vault.
Steve-O with his AK outside the bank.
The Steves with their AKs when releasing a hostage.
An AK sits in the corner of the office.
Steve holds his AK on Det. Frazier.
Det. Frazier is handed the AK, told it is a "toy gun".
Many NYPD ESU officers are armed with M4A1 Carbines.
Colt M4A1 Carbine with M68 Aimpoint reflex optic and Knight's Armament RAS railed handguard and vertical forward grip - 5.56x45mm
An NYPD ESU officer holds his M4 as he heads for the bank.
An NYPD ESU officer with his M4 Carbine.
An NYPD ESU officer aim his M4 Carbine.
An NYPD ESU officer approaches the bank with his M4 Carbine.
An ESU sniper is seen holding a Remington 700PSS fitted with a Harris bipod.
Remington 700PSS sniper rifle with Leupold Mark 4 scope and Harris bipod .300 Win Mag
The NYPD ESU sniper aims his Remington 700.
The NYPD ESU sniper aims his Remington 700.
The NYPD ESU sniper keeps his rifle aimed as hostages emerge from the bank.
Penn Arms L-6 Rotary Launcher
NYPD ESU officers fire less-lethal rounds from Penn Arms L6 Rotary 37mm launchers at the hostages when they emerge from the bank.
The NYPD ESU fires the Penn Arms L-6 Rotary Launcher as hostages spill from the bank entrance.