Money Talks

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Money Talks (1997)

Money Talks is the 1997 comedy that was the feature film directorial debut of Brett Ratner. Chris Tucker stars as a small time hustler in Los Angeles who reluctantly collaborates with an investigative reporter (Charlie Sheen) after a notorious criminal seeks revenge. The film also was the first of Ratner's four collaborations with Tucker (who would go on to be one of the stars of the Rush Hour trilogy).


The following weapons were used in the film Money Talks:

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Handguns

SIG-Sauer P230

Franklin also is seen pulling a SIG-Sauer P230 during a confrontation. Lieutenant Bobby Pickett (Paul Gleason) also uses the pistol.

SIG-Sauer P230 - 9mm Kurz aka 9x17mm (.380 ACP)
Franklin (Chris Tucker) holds the SIG-Sauer P230.

SIG-Sauer P226

Villard (Gerard Ismael) is seen using a SIG-Sauer P226 pistol at the Coliseum.

SIG-Sauer P226 - 9x19mm.
Villard (Gerard Ismael) is seen using a SIG-Sauer P226.

SIG-Sauer P228 (Custom)

A two-tone SIG-Sauer P228 fitted with a Wilcox Industries UITC IR/laser sight is wielded by Franklin Hatchett (Chris Tucker). This is the same pistol first seen in 1995's Virtuosity and later seen in several other films including Ghosts of Mars and Barb Wire.

A two-tone SIG-Sauer P228 (9x19mm) with Wilcox Industries UITC laser, as used in the 1995 film Virtuosity. The weapon pictured here is the actual screen-used gun from the movie. (This photo comes from Long Mountain Outfitters)
A two-tone SIG-Sauer P228 fitted with a Wilcox Industries UITC IR/laser sight is wielded by Franklin Hatchett (Chris Tucker). This is the same pistol first seen in 1995's Virtuosity.

Smith & Wesson Model 10

The Smith & Wesson Model 10 is used by LAPD officers to fire on Franklin.

S&W-Model-10.jpg
Officers use their revolvers.

Smith & Wesson 3913

A Smith & Wesson 3913 is the pistol carried by Detective Williams (Daniel Roebuck).

Smith & Wesson 3913 - 9x19mm.
A Smith & Wesson 3913 is used by Detective Williams (Daniel Roebuck).

M1911A1

Lt. Bobby Pickett (Paul Gleason) carries an M1911A1 pistol as his sidearm.

Colt M1911A1 - .45 ACP.
Lt. Bobby Pickett (Paul Gleason) with the M1911A1 pistol.

Glock 19

A Glock 19 is seen being taken by James Russell (Charlie Sheen) after he knocks out a pilot.

Glock 19 (2nd Generation) - 9x19mm
A Glock 19 is seen held by James Russell (Charlie Sheen).

Desert Eagle Mark VII

Aaron (Michael Wright) pulls a nickel Desert Eagle Mark VII on James and Franklin.

Desert Eagle MK VII - .357 Magnum w/ nickel finish.
Aaron (Michael Wright) pulls a nickel Desert Eagle Mark VII.

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch SP89 (mocked up as MP5K)

Aaron (Michael Wright) is seen going to a hidden cache of weapons and taking up what appears to be a two-tone Heckler & Koch SP89 made to look like an MP5K by adding the MP5K foregrip as well as "A2" style stock. This appears to be the same firearm wielded by Dennis Hopper in the film Speed. It can be noted as an SP89 instead of an MP5K due to the lack of a paddle magazine release behind the magazine and lack of a push-pin lower receiver. The weapon is seen in the hands of Franklin as well. A different SP89 mockup is also used.

Heckler & Koch SP89 converted to full auto fire and made to look like an MP5K. Note lack of paddle magazine release and push-pin lower receiver.
Franklin (Chris Tucker) holds the modified Heckler & Koch SP89 which appears to be the same weapon wielded in the film Speed.
A henchman wields a different modified SP89.

Micro Uzi

A Micro Uzi fitted with a laser sight is another weapon wielded by Aaron in his hidden arms display.

IMI Micro Uzi - 9mm.
A Micro Uzi fitted with a laser sight and suppressor is another weapon wielded by Aaron.

MAC-10

Suppressed MAC-10's are also used during the prison bus ambush and the shootout at the Coliseum.

Ingram MAC-10 open bolt submachine gun with Sionics Two-Stage Sound Suppressor - .45 ACP
Suppressed MAC-10's are also used during the prison bus ambush.

Rifles

L1A1 SLR

During the prison bus ambush, several of the operatives are armed with the SLR.

British Inch Pattern L1A1 SLR (Self Loading Rifle), early model with wooden furniture - 7.62x51mm NATO
An operative has the rifle slung.
Rifle being used.

Norinco Type 56-1

What appears to be a Norinco Type 56-1 fitted with an M203 grenade launcher is used.

Type56S.jpg
Set up a Type 56-1.
Seen on the left.

Other

M136 AT4

An AT4 launcher is first seen in Aaron's hidden armory. Aaron is later seen using the launcher at the Coliseum. He is seen firing the weapon several times and a bag of extra missiles are seen nearby, suggesting the launcher can be reloaded. In reality, the AT4 is actually a single use system.

M136 AT4
Aaron holds the launcher at the right. Note the bag of extra missiles are seen nearby, suggesting the launcher can be reloaded.
The launcher is used by Aaron.

Aaron's Hidden Armory

Aaron (Michael Wright) is seen revealing a hidden room full of weapons to James and Franklin.

The weapons arsenal is revealed.
The firearms for this scene were provided by Ellis Props and Graphics. The Ruger AC556 and Snake Plissken's "Coreburner" without the prosthetic cover were both weapons previously seen in the film Escape from L.A..



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