Miami Vice (2006)

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Miami Vice (2006)

Miami Vice is the 2006 feature film adaptation of the television series of the same name. Directed by Michael Mann (the co-creator and executive producer of the original series), the film stars Jamie Foxx as Ricardo Tubbs and Colin Farrell as Sonny Crockett.

The following weapons were used in the film Miami Vice:

Contents


Handguns

Strayer Voight Infinity TIKI

Detective Sonny Crockett (Colin Farrell) carries a Strayer Voight Infinity TIKI 1911 as his sidearm which he can be seen loading up in several scenes. Some the major components of the pistol are reportedly constructed out of titanium (hence the Ti[titanium]-ki moniker). This model is no longer in SVI's catalog, but when new, it cost in the neighborhood of $6,000. It's an appropriate pistol for an undercover vice cop who poses as a well-to-do drug runner.

Strayer Voight Infinity TIKI.
Crockett does a brass check with his Strayer Voight Infinity TIKI.
Crockett checks the action of his Strayer Voight Infinity TIKI.
Publicity photo of Crockett checking the slide of his Strayer Voight Infinity TIKI.

SIG-Sauer P220R

Ricardo Tubbs (Jamie Foxx) wields a SIG-Sauer P220R handgun as his sidearm. He most notably uses it during the standoff at the trailer park.

SIG-Sauer P220R Black - .45 ACP.
Tubbs with his SIG-Sauer P220R drawn.
Tubbs w/his SIG-Sauer P220R (cropped publicity photo).

Springfield Armory XD

Gina Calabrese (Elizabeth Rodriguez) keeps as her sidearm a Springfield Armory XD Tactical (chambered in .45 ACP), which she is seen wiping off before the final firefight.

Springfield Armory XD45 Pistol
Gina w/SA XD Tactical
Gina wipes off her Springfield Armory XD.

Smith & Wesson SW99

During the final confrontation, Isabella (Gong Li) takes a Smith & Wesson SW99 off one of the thugs who works for Yero (John Ortiz) and is seen holding while struggling with Crockett.

Smith & Wesson SW99 9mm
Isabella (Gong Li) holds the Smith & Wesson SW99 as Crockett restrains her.

Smith & Wesson 457

During the first meeting some of Yero's men are armed with stainless Smith & Wesson 457 pistols. Trudy (Naomie Harris) can be briefly seen with a blued S&W 457 .45 Cal pistol, which is probably her duty weapon.

Smith & Wesson 457 (stainless) - .45 ACP
One of Yero's henchmen aims a S&W 4516 at Crockett.
Smith & Wesson 457 (blued) - .45 ACP
Trudy draws her S&W 4566 and prepares to go meet with Tubbs and Crockett.

Smith & Wesson Model 442 Airweight

Tubbs (Jamie Foxx) is seen checking a Smith & Wesson Model 442 Airweight while in Ciudad Del Este.

Smith & Wesson 642 Airweight - .38 special

Smith & Wesson Model 640

One of Yero's henchmen pulls what appears to be a stainless Smith & Wesson Model 640 when Crockett threatens Yero with a grenade.

One of Yero's henchmen points a Smith & Wesson Centennial at Crockett.

Smith & Wesson Bodyguard

A Smith & Wesson Bodyguard also is pulled.

Smith & Wesson Model 38, aluminum-alloy-framed version of Model 49 - .38 Special
A Smith & Wesson Bodyguard also is pulled.

Shotguns

Benelli M4 Super 90

Detective Ricardo Tubbs (Jamie Foxx) often uses a Benelli M4 Super 90 12 ga. semi-automatic shotgun as his primary weapon.

Benelli M4 Super 90 - 12 Ga.
Detective Tubbs armed with a Benelli M4 Super 90 in the trailer park.
Detective Tubbs fires his Benelli M4 Super 90 during the final firefight.

Mossberg 500

Some guards are armed with Mossberg 500 shotguns.

Mossberg 500 - 12 Ga.
On the left, a guard armed with the Mossberg 500 shotgun.

Hatsan Escort AimGuard

Another guard can be seen armed with the Hatsan Escort AimGuard shotgun.

Hatsan Escort Guard Shotgun (standard finish) Brown Synthetic Stock
On the right, a guard armed with the Hatsan Escort AimGuard shotgun with a sawed-off stock.

Remington 870

A Remington 870 can be seen in the marketplace as Yero's man moves through the crowd with the flash drive. When Tubbs (Jamie Foxx) and Crockett (Colin Farrell) raid the drug warehouse, one of the men inside attempts to grab a Remington 870 Police Combat Magnum with Folding Stock off a table before being stopped by the two detectives.

Remington 870 folding stock 12 gauge
A Remington 870 seen in the marketplace.
A Remington 870 with a folding stock on a table in the warehouse.

FN Tactical Police

During the final firefight, Switek (Domenick Lombardozzi) can be seen using a FN Tactical Police with an extending stock similar to an M4A1 carbine.

FN Tactical Police 12 gauge.
Switek firing a FN shotgun.

Rifles

Heckler & Koch G36C

Gina Calabrese (Elizabeth Rodriguez) carries a Heckler & Koch G36C several times in the film. She is seen with it at the film's beginning while raiding a residence and then at the trailer park.

Heckler & Koch G36C 5.56mm
Gina Calabrese (Elizabeth Rodriguez) with her H&K G36C at the trailer park (cropped publicity photo)
Gina Calabrese (Elizabeth Rodriguez) armed with the G36C after entering a residence.
Gina with her Heckler & Koch G36C at the trailer park.
"What will happen is, what will happen is, I will put a round at 2700 feet per second into the medulla at the base of your brain. And you'll be dead from the neck down before your body knows it. Your finger won't even twitch, only you get dead. So tell me, Sport, do you believe that?" Gina with the G36C.

Heckler & Koch HK91A2

During the final firefight, Coleman (Tom Towles) as well as several of his men use HK91A2 rifles, converted to full auto for the film.

HK91 Rifle with Standard Stock - 7.62 NATO
Coleman (Tom Towles) fires a HK91A2 during the final firefight.
Coleman (Tom Towles) fires a HK91A2.

Heckler & Koch HK91A3

During the final firefight Yero is armed with an HK91A3 rifle.

HK91A3 with retractable stock 7.62x51mm NATO
Production image of Yero returns fire with an H&K HK91A3 during the final firefight.
Yero opens fire with his HK91A3.
Yero with his HK91A3.

SIG SG 552

Sonny Crockett (Colin Farrell) can often be seen using a SIG SG 552 as his primary weapon.

SIG SG 552 5.56mm
Crockett loads up his SIG SG 552.
Crockett fires his SIG SG 552.
Crockett holds his SIG SG 552.

M4A1 Carbine

After the raid on the trailer park, Castillo (Barry Shabaka Henley) can be seen holding an M4A1 carbine with an M68 Aimpoint scope and a Surefire M500A tactical flashlight.

M4A1 5.56mm
Castillo with an M4A1 carbine.

Rocky Mountain Arms Patriot Pistol

During the final firefight, one of Yero's henchmen can be seen using a Rocky Mountain Arms Patriot Pistol fitted with a carbine stock and a C-More red-dot sight (tactical model with A2 iron sights).

Rocky Mountain Arms Patriot Pistol.
One of Yero's henchmen fires the Rocky Mountain Arms Patriot Pistol fitted with a carbine stock and a C-More red-dot sight (tactical model with A2 iron sights).
Closeup of the RMA pistol.

OA-93

An OA-93 fitted with an M4A1-style collapsible stock is carried by Zito (Justin Theroux) throughout the film.

Olympic Arms 6.5" OA-93 AR-15 pistol 5.56mm
A suppressed OA-93 is carried by Zito (Justin Theroux).
A suppressed OA-93 carried by Zito (Justin Theroux) is seen on the left.
A suppressed OA-93 is held by Zito.
The OA-93 is held by Zito.
The OA-93 is fired by Zito.
The OA-93 is fired by Zito during the final shootout.

ZM LR 300

A Z-M LR 300 can be seen carried by the British bodyguard when Crockett and Tubbs are searched against the vehicle before meeting Montoya (Luis Tosar) in Port Au Prince.

Z-M Weapons LR300
The bodyguard armed with the LR300.

Micro Galil

One of Montoya's bodyguards is armed with a Micro Galil while he meets with Yero.

Micro Galil.
Production image of Montoya's bodyguard seen with a Micro Galil.
The bodyguards on the near left and on the far right are armed with the Micro Galil.

Sniper Rifles

Blaser R93

When Crockett and Tubbs first meet with Montoya a sniper is watching from a roof top with a Blaser R93 LRS2 sniper rifle.

Blaser R93 LRS2 sniper rifle - .338 Lapua Magnum (also chambered in 7.62x51m, .300 Win Mag, and 6.5x55mm
The sniper seen with a Blaser R93 sniper rifle watching from a roof top.

Barrett M82

Coleman (Tom Towles) deploys snipers armed with Barrett M82 sniper rifles twice in the film, first to kill two undercover FBI Agents in a car during the opening drug deal, and just before the final firefight. When the snipers take out the undercover agents in the car, the bullet impacts to the interior of the FBI car were real as they were produced with live .50 BMG fire (the actors and FX added in post-production, according to Michael Mann's DVD commentary).

Barrett M82A1 sniper rifle .50 BMG
A closeup of a Barrett M82.
One of Coleman's henchmen with a Barrett M82.

Savage 10FP

At one point in the film, one of Castillo's men can be seen with a Savage 10FP with a Choate Super Sniper Stock, fitted with a folding bipod.

Savage 10FP with Choate Super Sniper Stock 7.62x51mm NATO
One of Castillo's snipers prepares to fire a Savage 10FP with a Choate Super Sniper Stock.

Remington 700 PSS

The second police sniper providing counter sniping, is firing a Remington 700PSS.

Remington Model 700PSS sniper rifle with Leupold Mark 4 scope and Harris bipod
A police sniper fires the Remington 700PSS.

Submachine Guns

Uzi

An Uzi is seen being carried by one of Yero's men as Crockett and Tubbs arrive to meet with Yero.

IMI Uzi 9mm
Yero's man carrying the Uzi.


Heckler & Koch MP5A2

During the final firefight, one of Yero's (John Ortiz) henchmen can be seen firing a MP5A2.

Heckler & Koch MP5A2 9mm with "tropical" Wide forearm
One of Yero's henchmen firing an MP5A2.

Heckler & Koch MP7A1

Some of Yero's men can be seen carrying the Heckler & Koch MP7A1 under the jackets.

Heckler & Koch MP7A1 4.6x30mm
A production image shows one of Yero's men armed with a Heckler & Koch MP7A1 as Isabella (Gong Li) observes.
The MP7 is seen on the left.

Steyr TMP

A Steyr TMP is seen held by a guard.

SteyrTMPcarbine.jpg
A Steyr TMP is seen held by a guard.
The bodyguards on the far right carries the full-stocked TMP.

Bergmann MP-35

A Bergmann MP-35 nickel-plated is seen held by a guard.

Bergmann MP35/I
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Other

Heckler & Koch HK69A1 Grenade Launcher

Another weapon that Tubbs (Jamie Foxx) uses is a Heckler & Koch HK69A1 Grenade Launcher with the M576 Buckshot round which he uses to the blow the lock off a door at the drug warehouse, and to blow a gaping hole in Yero's (John Ortiz) chest at the end of the film. In the commentary, Michael Mann notes he got the idea to use this weapon from a Vietnam vet who, like many American M79 Gunners/Grenadiers, took part in the practice of removing the plastic explosive and P.I.B.D. detonating mechanism (Composition A5and Point Initiating Base Detonating Fuze) out of the 40mm projectile's body and replaced it with buckshot after the U.S. Military tried finned steel flechettes and determined that their devastating effects on soft targets and proven reliability would be more effective than the new unreliable system despite its superior armor-piercing ability, effectively turning it a one-shot 1.2 Gauge shotgun.

Heckler & Koch HK69A1 40mm
Closeup of Tubbs' Heckler & Koch HK69A1.
Tubbs pulls out his Heckler & Koch HK69A1 on Yero.

M67 Hand Grenade

When Crockett (Colin Farrell) and Tubbs (Jamie Foxx) meet Yero (John Ortiz) for the first time, Zito tosses Crockett an M67 hand grenade, which Crockett threatens the drug runners with, causing Yero's cronies to pull their guns out on him.

M67 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
Crockett threatens Yero with a M67 hand grenade that was smuggled in.
Crockett holds up the M67 Hand Grenade.

US M34 White Phosphorus Grenades

Crockett uses a pair of White Phosphorus grenades to burn and destroy two "go fast boats".

Training US M34 White Phosphorus Grenade.
Crockett about to blow two "go fast boats" up with a pair of M34 hand grenades.


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