Maximum Risk is the 1996 action film starring Jean-Claude Van Damme as Alain Moreau, a cop working in Nice, France, who discovers that a body at murder scene is the twin brother he never knew he had. Upon further investigation, Alain finds out that his twin was part of the Russian mafia and had a finacee (Natasha Henstridge) and then finds himself on the run from the mobsters when he's mistaken for his brother. The film was helmed by Hong Kong director Ringo Lam, who would later collaborate with Van Damme for 2001's Replicant and 2003's In Hell.
The following weapons were used in the film Maximum Risk:
Smith & Wesson Model 66
Glock 17 pistols are used by many of the Russian mobsters. Alain Moreau (Jean Claude Van Damme) takes one and uses it when he confronts the mobsters at the sauna. NYPD officers who arrest Moreau also use Glock 17s, and Alex (Natasha Henstridge) also handles but doesn't fire one.
Beretta 92FS Inox
When Alain Moreau (Jean Claude Van Damme) goes to the bank in Nice to retrieve his brother's safety deposit box, he finds that his brother has left him a Beretta 92FS Inox (which is supposedly his "favorite", according to the tape). This pistol is used heavily in the final shootout.
One of the Russian mobsters uses a Mini Uzi during the shootout outside the bank in Nice.
During the sauna shootout, a Russian mobster shoots at Alain Moreau with a Ruger KP89.
A 4" Colt Python can be seen in the background carried by a French police officer during the bank shootout.
Manurhin MR-73 is used by one of the French police officers during the climax of the movie.