Loaded Weapon 1

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Loaded Weapon 1 (1993)

Loaded Weapon 1 is a 1993 feature film spoof (in the spirit of The Naked Gun) of police/buddy movies of the 1980s and 1990s, notably the Lethal Weapon series in addition to mocking First Blood, Dirty Harry, Die Hard, and Basic Instinct.The film stars Emilio Estevez as Sgt. Jack Colt and Samuel L. Jackson as Sgt. Wes Luger (each taking his name from the famous guns). Loaded Weapon 1 also features appearances from several famous movie/TV cops, including Bruce Willis, Paul Gleason, Erik Estrada, and Larry Wilcox. A sequel was initially planned (with the tagline: "Oh, come on! You KNEW it was coming!") but was canceled after this film's poor box office reception.


The following weapons were used in the film Loaded Weapon 1:

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Pistols

Beretta 92FS

LAPD Sergeant Jack Colt (Emilio Estevez) carries a Beretta 92FS, drawing it in almost every scene of the film. Anytime he is shown drawing the weapon, the sound of a slide being pulled is played to mock other action films. Colt's character appropriately carries the Beretta 92FS as he is almost a direct parody of Mel Gibson's Beretta-carrying character of Martin Riggs in Lethal Weapon and its sequels.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Colt ducks with his Beretta during the convenience store shootout.
"I know what you're thinking, punk. You're thinking 'Did he fire 173 shots or 174?" Well, do you feel lucky, punk?"
Colt holds his Beretta on a robber outside the store, channeling Clint Eastwood in Dirty Harry.
Colt pulls his Beretta from his waistband, pulling his underwear out with it.
Colt with his Beretta before Jigsaw gets to him.
Luger (Samuel L. Jackson) holds Colt's Beretta before Jigsaw tells him to drop it.
Colt (Emilio Estevez) reloads his Beretta while chasing Mr. Jigsaw.
Colt enters Billie York's home with his Beretta drawn.
The grips on Colt's Beretta 92FS.

Beretta 92F Non Gun

At several points during the film, Colt's (Emilio Estevez) Beretta turns into a Beretta "Non-Gun".

Beretta 92F Non Gun
When moving into the "Silence of the Lambs"-style prison, Colt is seen with his Beretta drawn on a prisoner inside the cell block. The Beretta here appears to be a "Non Gun".

Wildey Magnum

General Mortars' chief henchman Mr. Jigsaw (Tim Curry) keeps a Wildey Magnum as his primary sidearm throughout the film.

Wildey Hunter, 8" barrel - .475 Wildey Magnum
Jigsaw pulls out his Wildey Magnum at Mike McCracken's (Denis Leary) house.
Jigsaw holds his Wildey Magnum on Colt, telling him to drop his gun.
Jigsaw once again holds his Wildey Magnum on Colt.

Ruger Mk I

Mr. Jigsaw (Tim Curry) uses a suppressed Ruger Mk I to assassinate LAPD Sgt. Billie York (Whoopi Goldberg) in her home. It is identified as a Mk I by the simple rear sights.

Ruger Mk I pistol - .22 LR
Jigsaw takes off his wig, revealing to Sgt. York that he was not a "Wilderness Girl" selling cookies.
Jigsaw holds his Ruger Mk I on Sgt. York (Whoopi Goldberg).
Jigsaw with his Ruger Mk I before asking Sgt. York another question.

Ruger Mk II Long Barrel

Destiny Demeanor (Kathy Ireland) has a long-barreled Ruger Mk II that she uses when she confronts General Mortars.

Ruger Mk II pistol with a standard heavy barrel - .22 LR
Destiny aims at Gen. Mortars.
Destiny looks over to see Colt enter.

M1911A1

General Curtis Mortars (William Shatner) carries a M1911A1 with custom grips as his main sidearm.

Airsoft Colt MK IV Government Model 1911 made by Western Arms.
Mortars' 1911 on the desk in front of him.
Mortars turns to look at Colt, his 1911 still on the desk.
Mortars fires his 1911 with the microfilm in his mouth.
Mortars holds his 1911 on Colt.

Desert Eagle

A robber fires a stainless Desert Eagle in .357 during the convenience store shootout.

A matte stainless Desert Eagle MK I - .357 Magnum. The weapon pictured here is an actual movie gun (from the inventory of Weapons Specialists, Ltd. in New York) and has appeared in several motion pictures.
A robber and Colt both fire their handguns before realizing they are next to each other.

Glock 19

The FBI agent on the third floor (Paul Gleason) holds a Glock 19 while telling Colt and Luger to leave.

Glock 19 (2nd Generation) - 9x19mm
The FBI agent is confronted by Luger and Colt.
The FBI agent with his Glock 19.

Smith & Wesson 639

One of the FBI agents walking a suspect out of the third floor has a Smith & Wesson 639 with wood grips.

Smith & Wesson 639 9x19mm
The agent's S&W 639 is visible as they walk the suspect out of the hallway.

Revolvers

Smith & Wesson Model 15

After an LAPD officer (Corey Feldman) fires his Smith & Wesson Model 15 at the "domestic dispute". Sgt. Wes Luger (Samuel L. Jackson) takes it from him, saying he'll hand it back when he listens to orders. Several other officers carry them, including Larry Wilcox as he reprises his role as Officer Jon Baker from CHiPs.

Smith & Wesson Model 15-4 Combat Masterpiece with Hogue Grips - .38 Special
The officer holds his Model 15 as he admits to firing it.
Luger holds the officer's Model 15.
An officer with his Model 15 during one of the various shootouts in the cheap hotel.
Larry Wilcox with his Model 15 during a hotel shootout.

Smith & Wesson Model 19

Erik Estrada carries a Smith & Wesson Model 19 as himself, reprising his role as Officer "Ponch" from CHiPs. In flashbacks and in the present, Sgt. Wes Luger (Samuel L. Jackson) also uses a Model 19.

Smith & Wesson Model 19 - .357 Magnum
Erik Estrada fires a shot to get his partner's attention.
Luger shoots a mime with his Model 19 in a flashback to when he walked the beat with York in the 1970s.
Luger holds his Model 19 on General Mortars.
Luger fires his Model 19.

Smith & Wesson Model 629

Colt (Emilio Estevez) briefly fires what appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 629 during the convenience store shootout.

Smith & Wesson Model 629 with 8 3/8" barrel - .44 Magnum
A robber and Colt both fire their handguns before realizing they are next to each other.

Smith & Wesson Model 10

Irv (Lance Kinsey), one of the LAPD detectives working on the York case, has a Smith & Wesson Model 10 visible on a belt holster.

Smith & Wesson Model M&P Revolver - .38 Special
The detective's Model 10 is seen on his belt as he responds to Luger.

Shotguns

Remington 870 (sawed-off)

The two thugs holding up Halim's convenience store during the opening shootout each have a sawed-off Remington 870s with barrel ribbing.

Remington 870 Field with sawed-off stock and barrel - 12 Gauge
The thugs draw their shotguns on the clerks.
The thugs aim their shotguns at Colt.

Ithaca 37

When Luger tells Colt he believes they are being "followed", two masked men with Ithaca 37 shotguns are seen in their back seat.

Ithaca Model 37 riot version - 12 gauge
The two men "following" Colt and Luger in their backseat.

Submachine Guns

M1928 Thompson

At some points during the convenience store shootout, one of the robbers fires a M1928 Thompson at Colt.

M1928 "Tommy Gun" with 50-round drum magazine - .45 ACP
A robber aims at Colt.
The robber fires his Thompson.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

Several of the LAPD SWAT officers at the scene of the domestic dispute have Heckler & Koch MP5A3 submachine guns pointed at the apartment.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3 - 9x19mm
The SWAT officer on Luger's left aims his MP5A3.

Uzi

The hoodlums having the "domestic dispute" fire an Uzi at the police below when Luger tells them to "drop their hands and come out with their weapons up". Jigsaw (Tim Curry) is seen later firing an Uzi at Colt and Luger inside the cocaine cookie factory. In a deleted scene, Colt shouts (after he is wounded by Jigsaw) that "It takes more than twelve rounds from an Uzi to kill Ted Zickleman" before realizing someone has taken over his body.

IMI Uzi - 9x19mm
The "domestic dispute" hoods fire an Uzi at the police.
Jigsaw fires his Uzi at Colt and Luger.

Walther MPL

One of the guards at General Mortars' cocaine cookie factory has a Walther MPL.

Walther MPL with stock folded - 9x19mm
Colt sneaks past the gun-toting guard.
The guard turns around.

Rifles

FN FAL 50.61

Colt (Emilio Estevez) fires several rounds from an FN FAL at the robbers during the convenience store shootout, which knocks them flying through the window of the store.

FN FAL 50.61 Paratrooper with 21" barrel - 7.62x51mm NATO
Colt fires the FN FAL.

MGC CAR-15

Spoofing Sylvester Stallone in the Rambo series, Colt (Emilio Estevez) prepares to attack the cocaine cookie factory with several weapons, including a Japanese replica MGC CAR-15 with a 30-round magazine, but falls over due to the weight. It is identified as an MGC CAR-15 due to the metal buttstock, distinctive handguard ring, blued magazine and the fact that the buttstock is fixed in the halfway extended position.

The MGC CAR-15 replica.
Colt wit the MGC CAR-15 as he falls over due to the weight of his weaponry.

Karabiner 98k

The WWII-era German guards (Hank Cheyne and Al Watson) outside General Mortars' cocaine cookie factory have Karabiner 98k rifles.

Karabiner 98k - 7.92x57mm Mauser
The guards patrol the factory with their K98s (apparently to show how it was always easy to evade German guards in every World War II film).
The guards with their K98 rifles.

Machine Guns

Heckler & Koch HK21

A helicopter gunner, mocking the scene from Lethal Weapon 2, fires a Heckler & Koch HK21 at a trailer. After the trailer blows up, Bruce Willis walks out in a dirty undershirt (similar to his character in the Die Hard series) and complains.

Heckler & Koch HK21 Machine Gun - 7.62x51mm NATO
The helicopter gunner with his machine gun.

Other

M72 LAW

One of the robbers during the convenience store shootout fires a M72 LAW.

M72A2 LAW - 66mm
The robber fires the M72 LAW.

Flamethrower

The clerks' translator at Halim's convenience store fires a burst from a flamethrower at Colt and the robbers. It seems to be an M2 that the actor is holding it sideways.

The clerks fire a flamethrower.

M67 hand grenade

Colt (Emilio Estevez) attaches an M67 hand grenade to his tactical clothing when preparing to take on the cocaine cookie factory.

M69 training grenade - an inert version of the M67 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade. The real live version has a more brownish color and has painted factory markings on the body.
The M67 as it is attached to his clothing unwisely by the pin.



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