La Femme Nikita (1990)

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La Femme Nikita (1990)

La Femme Nikita is a 1990 French action film directed by Luc Besson and starring Anne Parillaud as Nikita, a juvenile delinquent who has her identity erased and subsequently is recruited into a secret spy organization as an assassin. The film was remade as the 1993 American film Point of No Return starring Bridget Fonda and then in two subsequent television series: 1997's La Femme Nikita starring Peta Wilson and 2010's Nikita starring Maggie Q. While La Femme Nikita is the US title for the film, it was also released in some formats under the title Nikita.


The following weapons were used in the film La Femme Nikita (1990):

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Handguns

Beretta 92SB

Rico (Marc Duret) dual-wields a Beretta 92SB along with a revolver during the opening shootout. One of the bodyguards in the restaurant also carries a Beretta 92SB.

Beretta 92SB - 9x19mm (note rounded trigger guard and flat bottom magazine).
Beretta in his left hand.
Rico (Marc Duret) dual-wields a Beretta 92F along with a revolver during the opening shootout.
One of the bodyguards in the restaurant also carries a Beretta 92SB.
The bodyguard fires the Beretta.

Smith & Wesson 629 Classic Hunter

Bob (Tchéky Karyo) carries a blue-steel Smith & Wesson 629 Classic Hunter. Nikita is later seen with the revolver.

Smith & Wesson Model 629 Classic Hunter - .44 Magnum
Nikita (Anne Parillaud) holds Bob's blue-steel Smith & Wesson 629 Classic Hunter.
Nikita holds the revolver. Note the Classic Hunter's characteristic unfluted cylinder and target front sight.
"Rule 1. The first bullet's not for you." Bob (Tchéky Karyo) holds his blue-steel Smith & Wesson 629 Classic Hunter.

Beretta 93R

At the shooting range, Nikita (Anne Parillaud) is handed a Beretta 93R.

Beretta M93R - 9mm
The Beretta 93R is picked up.
Nikita handles the Beretta 93R.
Nikita fires the Beretta 93R.

Colt Python

A Colt Python is seen pulled on Nikita before a mission.

Colt Python with 4" Barrel and factory wood grips - .357 Magnum
A Colt Python is seen pulled on Nikita before a mission.

Desert Eagle Mk. I

Nikita (Anne Parillaud) uses a two-tone Desert Eagle Mark I chambered in .357 Magnum in the restaurant hit and shootout.

Magnum Research Desert Eagle MK I - .357 Magnum.
Nikita (Anne Parillaud) finds a two-tone Desert Eagle Mark I in the case.
Nikita (Anne Parillaud) uses a two-tone Desert Eagle Mark I to take out her target.
Nikita with the Desert Eagle during the kitchen shootout. Note the handgun appears to be empty.
Nikita holds the Desert Eagle.
Nikita fires the Desert Eagle.
Nikita reloads the Desert Eagle (it appeared to be empty already).
Nikita opens fire with the Desert Eagle.

High Standard Supermatic Citation .22 Target Pistol

Nikita (Anne Parillaud) uses a High Standard Supermatic Citation .22 Target Pistol fitted with a suppressor during a mission.

High Standard Supermatic Citation - .22
Nikita (Anne Parillaud) pulls the High Standard Supermatic Citation .22 Target Pistol fitted with a suppressor
Closeup of the pistol.

Röhm RG-14S

Rico (Marc Duret) uses a Beretta 92SB and what appears to be a snub-nosed Röhm RG-14S during the opening shootout. Nikita (Anne Parillaud) later also grabs it.

Röhm RG-14S - .22 LR
Röhm RG-14S and Beretta 92SB in Rico’s hands.
Rico (Marc Duret) dual-wields a Beretta 92SB along with a revolver during the opening shootout.
The revolver lying on the floor.
Closeup of the revolver.
The revolver put to the cop's chin.
An operative pulls the revolver on Victor.

Walther GSP

Victor the Cleaner (Jean Reno) carries as his primary weapon in the film a Walther GSP with a sound suppressor and an extended magazine.

Walther GSP - .22 LR
Victor the Cleaner (Jean Reno) pulls out his suppressed Walther GSP.
Victor the Cleaner (Jean Reno) fires his suppressed Walther GSP.

Various Revolvers

Various revolvers are seen at the gun range when Josephine is given a choice to choose a weapon to use for protection.

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A guard tries to pull out the revolver on Victor.

Submachine Guns

D-Technik SA Vz 61

A police officer in the shootout at the beginning of the film uses a D-Technik SA Vz 61 pistol.

Skorpion D-Technik SA Vz 61 semi-auto pistol - .32 ACP.
A police officer in the shootout at the beginning of the film uses a D-Technik SA Vz 61 pistol.
Firing the D-Technik SA Vz 61 pistol.

IMI Micro Uzi

A cop is seen using a IMI Micro Uzi during the store shootout.

Micro Uzi - 9mm.
The officer holds the Micro Uzi.
The officer reloads the Micro Uzi.

Rifles

SIG SG540 with prop grenade launcher

Jose uses a SIG SG 540 been fitted with a prop grenade launcher during the restaurant hit. Strangely, he appears to be loading an M9A1 rifle grenade into the weapon.

Sig SG-540 - 5.56x45mm (.223 Rem)
Jose uses a SIG SG 540 that has been fitted with grenade launcher during the restaurant hit.
He loads a M9A1 rifle grenade into the Grenade Launcher.
About to use the launcher.

SIG SG542

Various police officers are seen carrying SIG SG 542 rifles. Another SG 542 fitted with a scope can be seen at the gun range.

SIG SG 542 - 7.62x51mm NATO
An officer with the SIG SG 542 rifle during the opening shootout.
Another SG 542 fitted with a scope can be seen at the gun range.
An embassy guard opens fire with the rifle.

M16A1

Full Sized M16A1s are seen being used by guards at the embassy.

M16 with 20-round magazine and original 3-prong flash hider - 5.56x45mm.
Full Sized M16A1s are seen being used by guards at the embassy.

LaFrance Specialties M16K

Nikita is seen handling what appears to be LaFrance Specialties M16K while at the gun range. A bodyguard uses one during the kitchen shootout.

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Nikita is seen handling what appears to be LaFrance Specialties M16K while at the gun range.
A bodyguard uses one during the kitchen shootout.

IMI Galil

One of the guards at the embassy carries a Galil.

IMI Galil AR - 5.56x45mm.
One of the guards at the embassy carries a Galil.

Steyr AUG A1

Nikita (Anne Parillaud) uses a two-tone Steyr AUG with a sound suppressor in the bathroom to assassinate a target during her mission in Venice.

Steyr AUG A1 - 5.56mm
Nikita (Anne Parillaud) begins to assemble the two-tone Steyr AUG.
Nikita charges the two-tone Steyr AUG.
Sideview of the two-tone Steyr AUG.
The Steyr AUG is aimed by Nikita.
Business end of the suppressed Steyr AUG.

Shotguns

Franchi SPAS-12

Franchi SPAS-12 shotguns are seen being carried by a cop in the courtroom and by a bodyguard in the restaurant.

Franchi SPAS-12 - 12 Gauge.
Franchi SPAS-12 shotgun carried by a cop in the courtroom.
Franchi SPAS-12 shotgun on the left.
Firing the Franchi SPAS-12 shotgun.

Mossberg 500

A Mossberg 500 is used by the store owner in the opening sequence and by cops during the court sentencing.

Mossberg 500 12 gauge with extended mag tube.
A Mossberg 500 is held by the store owner.
A Mossberg 500 is carried by a cop during the court sentencing.

Grenades

M9A1 Rifle Grenade

Jose loads a M9A1 Rifle Grenade into his grenade launcher during the restaurant shootout. The M9A1 is an American anti-tank grenade from the Second World War, and should properly be fired from the muzzle with an overcharged grenade-launching blank cartridge, not loaded into a under barrel launcher.

M9A1 Rifle Grenade
Jose drops a M9A1 into the Grenade Launcher.



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