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|Mr. & Mrs. Smith
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|| United States
Weed Road Pictures
||20th Century Fox
The following weapons were used in the film Mr. & Mrs. Smith:
While John (Brad Pitt) is playing poker with the thugs, one of them has a Beretta 92FS stuck in his pants. After John kills lucky by firing his pistol through his jacket, the thug reaches for his Beretta only to find it disassembled on the floor. Both John and Jane (Angelina Jolie) later take Berettas off Company Men in KostMart.
A thug flashes his Beretta when John walks into the card game.
The thug finds his Beretta disassembled on the floor.
Jane takes a Beretta off of a Company Man in KostMart.
Jane exits the elevator armed with a Beretta, which is a continuity error because she had an MP5A2 moments before. In the deleted scenes, you see her make this switch, but this was cut from the film.
Jane fires her Beretta after being shot off the ceiling.
During the final shootout in KostMart, Jane uses two Beretta 92FS pistols converted to full auto and fitted with extended 20 round magazines, which she must have brought with her since none of the Company Men used them. Neither of them bear any resemblance to Beretta 93R pistols, or mockups.
Jane firing one of her full auto Berettas after running out the from the supplies shed.
Note how the Beretta has jammed, but an edited muzzle flash makes it appear to still be firing. They do that a lot in this scene.
Jane firing her two Berettas. Note how the left one is jammed.
Both guns are locked open or jammed, yet they are still firing.
Beretta 92G Elite II
As John and Jane face off in the living room, Jane pulls a Beretta 92G Elite II from the fireplace.
Beretta 92G Elite II - 9x19mm.
Jane holds the Beretta 92G Elite II from the fireplace on John.
Jane demands John to bring his gun back up, but he surrenders and the situation calms.
Browning Buckmark Camper
John (Brad Pitt) draws two Browning Buckmark Camper pistols with suppressors, stainless barrel uppers, and black polymer lowers during the poker game.
Browning Buckmark Camper without suppressor - .22 Long Rifle.
John suppressed Browning Buckmark Campers in his hands.
John holsters his suppressed Browning Buckmarks. Note how the frames are black polymer while the barrel uppers are stainless.
Colt M1911A1 XSE
John (Brad Pitt) retrieves a customized Colt M1911A1 XSE from behind a Battleship game board and threads a suppressor on it when he and Jane (Angelina Jolie) face off in the house. Sometimes, as many as 10 shots are heard being fired from his gun, when the maximum capacity of his magazines is eight plus one in the chamber.
The Colt XSE used in the film .45 ACP. The threaded barrel seems to have been removed.
John takes his Colt XSE out of the box.
John threads a suppressor on the Colt XSE. Note Colt stamp on slide.
John loads a magazine into the Colt XSE.
John searches the house for Jane.
John searches for Jane while holding his Colt XSE in the classic Chapman shooting stance.
John looks around the corner with a picture frame before Jane fires on him with her shotgun.
John drops the Colt XSE when it goes empty.
Several thugs are seen using Glock 17 pistols. John (Brad Pitt) carries one when he first enters KostMart, but never uses it.
Glock 17 2nd Generation - 9x19mm.
A thug shoots out the lock on the door with his Glock 17 to aid his boss, whom Jane recently killed.
A Glock 17 is seen in John's armory.
John enters KostMart with his Glock at the ready.
John pushes Jane against the wall when a Company Man turns the corner.
Both Jane and John wield Glock 17s converted to full auto and fitted with 33 round magazines during the final shootout, John wielding two with chrome slides, while Jane carries one in all black. They are not Glock 18s as previously mentioned, they clearly lack the selector switch on the slide that only the G18 has.
Glock 17 with chrome slide and 33-round extended magazine - 9x19mm.
John sticks a converted Glock 17 in Jane's belt and warns her that they tend to jam, which they really don't. They're actually quite reliable. Ironically, her Beretta jams and none of the Glocks have a single stoppage.
John firing one of his full auto Glock 17s.
Jane pulls out her Glock after one of her Berettas runs dry.
John firing his two G17s as Jane fires her Glock and Beretta.
Jane firing her Glock, which locks empty (she drops the slide back down) and post production does the rest.
Note the lack of a selector switch on the slide.
Jane with her Glock and Beretta at the ready. Again, note lack of selector switch.
Jane (Angelina Jolie) uses a Glock 19 for a good majority of the film, including some of the KostMart shootout.
During the car chase, Jane turns the car 180 degrees and fires her Glock 19 at the Company Men's BMWs, destroying one by shooting out the front tire axle and detaching the tire (flipping the vehicle), the second by shooting the front engine block until it blows up (thought the cars were armored).
Jane does a brass check on her Glock 19 after entering KostMart.
Jane searches KostMart with her Glock 19 at the ready. Her grip is a tad low here.
Jane cringes when a Company Man knocks over a fixed light, but luckily John catches it and eases it down slowly.
Jane holding a Glock 19 in her right hand and a Beretta 92FS in her left.
Heckler & Koch USP Elite
John (Brad Pitt) retrieves a Heckler & Koch USP Elite from a box in the garage when the Company Men attack their house, with the intent on using it before Jane (Angelina Jolie) takes it, not wanting to use the "girl gun". Both of them use it later during the car chase. One is also seen in John's garage armory (likely the same gun), but since Jane stole all those guns and he retrieves it from another hiding spot, it is likely a different gun in the film. Based on the muzzle diameter, it appears to be the .45 ACP version.
Heckler & Koch USP Elite - .45 ACP.
A USP Elite is seen in John's armory.
John loads up a USP Elite after retrieving it from the garage.
Jane loads up the USP Elite while in the Mini-Van.
Jane fires the Elite out the back of the Van.
John fires the Elite. He thrusts the gun forward every time he fires, which throws accuracy out the window.
John keeping an excellent grip on his Elite.
FPS view of John using the Elite while trying to capture Benjamin Danz (Adam Brody
Heckler & Koch P7M13
Heckler & Koch P7M13 pistols (both nickel and blue) are seen among John and Jane's hidden arsenals.
Heckler & Koch P7M13 - 9x19mm.
Heckler & Koch P7M13 in Factory Nickel Finish - 9x19mm.
A thug runs to the aid of his weapons dealing boss after Jane kills him, armed with a Heckler & Koch P7M13.
John picks up a P7M13 in his armory.
Jane has two pairs of nickel P7M13s in her armory.
Jane's oven full of weaponry. Image from prop site.
Jane puts away her oven arsenal while holding her P7M13.
A P7M13 is seen on Eddie's table.
A Kel-Tec P-11 pistol with a chrome slide is seen in John's armory.
A Kel-Tec P11 circled in red.
In the restaurant scene John (Brad Pitt) sits down with Jane (Angelina Jolie), she lays one of her custom NAA Guardians down on her lap and covers it with a napkin. When they are dancing, Jane pulls a custom Guardian from John's ankle holster.
The custom NAA Guardian used in the movie by Jane .380 ACP
The custom NAA Guardian used in the movie by John .380 ACP
A drawer pulls out in Jane's oven containing four NAA Guardians.
Jane's oven holds four NAA Guardians.
Jane hides her NAA Guardian under a napkin on her lap.
Jane pulls John's NAA Guardian from his ankle holster.
NAA Mini Revolver
In Jane's oven arsenal, five custom NAA Mini Revolvers can be seen.
The five custom NAA Mini Revolvers used in the film .22 LR
Five NAA Mini Revolvers are seen in Jane's oven.
Five NAA Mini revolvers in Jane's oven.
In the KostMart shootout, Jane briefly fires a Pardini PC/GT45-5 fitted with a C-More sight but ditches it after leaving the supplies shed.
Pardini PC/GT45-5 cal.45(Armeria Brizzi)
Jane fires the pistol while taking heavy fire, many of which strike her vest.
Jane peaks through a bullet hole while armed with the pistol.
John (Brad Pitt) uses a SIG-Sauer P220, noted by its lack of double-stack bulges, with a K-Kote slide and a nickel frame when he invades Jane's (Angelina Jolie) workplace. It can also be seen in his armory under the garage.
SIG-Sauer P220 - .45 ACP.
John's SIG P220 circled in red.
John points his SIG P220 at Jane after exiting the vents.
A promotional image of John with his SIG-Sauer P220 after coming out of the air vents.
John points his SIG P220 at Jane.
John (Brad Pitt) takes out a suppressed SIG-Sauer P229 when he first discovers Jane (Angelina Jolie) is a spy and accidentally shoots out her car windshield with it when he trips through a wooden fence. The gun is not an Equinox as last claimed, it simply has the K-Kote finish polished on the slide to a glossy shine.
Two of the SIG-Sauer P229 pistols used in the film 9x19mm
A good side shot of John's SIG P229.
Smith & Wesson Model 25 Snub
A Smith & Wesson Model 25 snub with custom grips are seen in John's armory.
Smith & Wesson Model 25 Snub - .45 LC used in the film from TJ's Custom Gunworks.
Smith & Wesson Model 25 snub circled in red.
Smith & Wesson Model 442 Airweight Centennial
In the basement John (Brad Pitt) pulls a Smith & Wesson Model 442 Centennial .38 special out of a toy train box and gives it to Jane (Angelina Jolie) who is displeased she got the smaller "girl" gun. John trades her, giving her the USP Elite and he uses the Model 442 Centennial while exiting the basement. A continuity error is that, in the shot of then coming through the trap doors, Jane is carrying the revolver with John carrying the USP, but in the following shot, the characters have their appropriate guns.
Smith & Wesson Model 442 Centennial - .38 special.
John takes out the Smith & Wesson Model 442 Centennial.
John aims the Smith & Wesson Model 442 Centennial.
John with the Smith & Wesson Model 442 Centennial and Jane with the USP Elite in a promotional image.
Jane is briefly seen holding the Centennial due to continuity error.
At the beginning of the film, John (Brad Pitt) is seen adjusting a blued Walther PPK/S in the small of his back as he approaches Jane (Angelina Jolie). A few are also seen in John's armory. The gun clearly has the larger frame of a PP with the slide of a PPK, making it a PPK/S.
Walther PPK/S blued - .380 ACP.
John adjusts his Walther PPK/S as he walks up to Jane.
A Walther PPK/S is seen in John's armory.
A CAR-15 fitted with a red dot sight is seen in John's armory. It doesn't appear to be an M4 like the gun on the right, the carry handle looks fixed.
Colt Model 725 - 5.56x45mm.
Heckler & Koch G36C
When John (Brad Pitt) is talking to Eddie (Vince Vaughn) after finding out his wife's an assassin, a Heckler & Koch G36C can be seen leaning against a wall in Eddie's house. Another can be seen wielded by one of the company men in the KostMart shootout.
Heckler & Koch G36C - 5.56x45mm
A Heckler & Koch G36C is seen leaning against a suit of armor in Eddie's house.
A company man is shot while armed with a G36C.
In the desert scene, Jane (Angelina Jolie) shoots John (Brad Pitt) in the chest with a KTR-03S that is equipped with an Aimpoint M68 sight and a forward grip. The KTR-03S is built by Krebs Custom Guns and based on the Russian Saiga receiver.
Jane readies her KTR-03S.
Jane aims her KTR-03S in a promotional image.
Jane shoots John with her KTR-O3S.
The "Company Men" in both the hotel raid and the final department store firefight carry M4A1 Carbines.
An M4A1 is seen in John's armory.
A Company Man armed with an M4A1.
A Company Man armed with an M4A1 enters KostMart.
A Company Man fires his M4A1 at Jane. Note the large star pattern muzzle flash, the result of adding an older A1-stlye muzzle brake.
A Company Man shoots John in the vest with his M4A1 before being killed by Jane. Note how the shot has been reversed (and when flipped properly, shows the gun is clearly not built for lefties).
ROCK SOPMOD M14
Jane takes a ROCK SOPMOD M14 with a sound suppressor and M68 Aimpoint scope off a dead Company Man and uses it to provide cover from the ceiling for John during the battle in KostMart.
Rock SOPMOD M14 with RIS foregrip, suppressor, Surefire Universal weaponlight, and M68 Aimpoint red dot scope 7.62x51mm NATO
Jane aims down an M14 while covering John from the ceiling.
An AR-15 rifle is seen in Eddie's mom's house, with a flat-top receiver and a 20" flat barrel. It has no open sights.
Bushmaster XM15 V-Match - 5.56x45mm.
Heckler & Koch MP5K
During the freeway car chase the "Company Men" in the three gray BMWs carry and fire Heckler & Koch MP5Ks. John (Brad Pitt) is seen firing one throughout much of the department store shootout as well.
Heckler & Koch MP5K - 9x19mm.
A Company Man reloads his Heckler & Koch MP5K.
John fires an MP5K while driving an ATV in the extended cut.
A good side shot of the MP5K while John is on the ATV.
A close up of John's MP5K as he fires it, tongue sticking out.
John fires his MP5K, eyes closed.
Heckler & Koch MP5A2
Heckler & Koch MP5A2s are seen multiple times in the film, both in the hands of John (Brad Pitt) and Jane (Angelina Jolie), as well as many Company Men. They are fitted with Navy trigger groups, and some have suppressors fitted as well.
Heckler & Koch MP5A2 with Navy trigger group - 9x19mm.
"I'm gonna borrow this." John takes a Heckler & Koch MP5A2 from Eddie.
Company Men armed with MP5A2-Ns await John's entrance, while using the Modified Harries technique to hold their flashlights at the ready.
A Company Man with a suppressed MP5A2.
A Company Man in a helicopter with an MP5A2.
Jane with an MP5A2 with an SEF trigger group.
John and Jane wait patiently in the elevator for the firefight to resume. Note how the bolt handles are locked up here.
John and Jane are forced back into the elevator while firing their MP5A2s. Note the immense sparks on the steel elevator door, which even FMJs would not accomplish.
A Company Man fires his MP5A2 at John and Jane on the ATV in the extended cut.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
Two Company Men are seen firing Heckler & Koch MP5A3s with Navy trigger groups, tri-rails, and C-More red dot sights.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with Navy trigger group, RIS foregrip, and M68 Aimpoint red dot scope - 9x19mm.
Two Company Men fire their MP5A3s.
Heckler & Koch UMP-45
Jane (Angelina Jolie) uses a Heckler & Koch UMP-45 fitted with a sound suppressor, a C-More red dot sight, a dual magazine clamp, and a vertical foregrip, taken from John's armory under the garage. She ends up triggering a gas explosion when she fires it into the kitchen and ignites fumes from a gas line John had torn open. Despite the UMP-45 having the slowest rate of fire in the UMP series, the sound of the gun firing is much faster than the gun is.
Heckler & Koch UMP-45 with C-More red dot sight and Surefire M900 weaponlight foregrip - .45 ACP.
Jane searches the house for John armed with her Heckler & Koch UMP-45.
Jane takes cover with her UMP-45.
Jane firing her UMP-45 at John.
Jane unslings her shotgun, preparing to dual-wield it with her UMP-45.
Benelli M3 Super 90
During the KostMart shootout, John (Brad Pitt) picks up a Benelli M3 Super 90 off one of the Company Men he kills. After running into the elevator, the gun disappears and is replaced by an MP5A2, due to necessary scenes being cut from the film.
Benelli M3 Super 90 12 Gauge with pistol grip stock combination
John gives Jane a look of daggers when she "accidentally" throws a knife into his leg.
A good shot of the Benelli M3 Super 90 as John yanks the knife out of his leg.
John accidentally knocks over a stack of cans while keeping his Benelli M3 at the ready.
Heckler & Koch FABARM FP6
Jane (Angelina Jolie) is also armed with modified Heckler & Koch FABARM FP6. Later John (Brad Pitt) uses it to face off against Jane in their living room.
Heckler & Koch FABARM SDASS Tactical - 12 Gauge.
Jane waits on the stairs to ambush on John with her Heckler & Koch FABARM FP6.
Jane fires her FABARM FP6 at John through the wall.
Jane fires her FABARM FP6 at John.
John holds the FABARM on Jane.
Ithaca 37 "Stakeout"
During the KostMart shootout Jane (Angelina Jolie) carries an Ithaca 37 "Stakeout" slung on her back, which John (Brad Pitt) fires, killing a Company Man.
Ithaca 37 "Stakeout" - 12 Gauge.
John pumps his Ithaca 37 "Stakeout" while preparing for the last shootout in the supplies shed.
John gives the Stakeout to Jane.
John grabs the Stakeout's grip while dodging an RPG rocket!
John takes aim with the Stakeout, still slung to Jane's back.
John shoots a Company Man with the Stakeout.
While John (Brad Pitt) is sorting through the incinerator from Jane's (Angelina Jolie) office at Eddie's (Vince Vaughn) place, Eddie can be seen pacing nervously about with a Mossberg 500 shotgun, chambering it when his mother calls to him from off-screen.
Eddie pacing back and forth while armed with his Mossberg 500 shotgun.
"MOM! We're on high alert
here! I almost just killed you right there, you do not even realize!"
GE M134 Minigun
In the extended cut of the film, Jane (Angelina Jolie) mans a GE M134 Minigun mounted on the back of an ATV as John (Brad Pitt) drives.
GE M134 Minigun - 7.62x51mm NATO.
Jane hops on the back of the ATV and grabs the GE M134 Minigun.
Jane firing the GE M134 Minigun. Note how the muzzle flash is blue, the result of the lighting around it.
A good side shot of the Minigun.
Jane mowing down Company Men with the Minigun.
M60 Machine Gun
An M60 machine gun is seen in the kitchen in Eddie's (Vince Vaughn) mom's house.
An M60 machine gun mounted on a pintle sits behind John.
What looks like an MG34 machine gun is seen in Eddie's mom's house.
A possible MG34 circled in red.
A Browning M2HB is seen in Eddie's mom's house. Why he would need a 120lb machine gun lying around is unknown, since it is doubtful he would pick it up and use it should someone attack his home.
Browning M2HB on M3 Tripod - .50 BMG.
A Browning M2HB rests against a wall in Eddie's house, circled in red.
Crossman 1077 Air Rifle
While John (Brad Pitt) and Jane (Angelina Jolie) are at the fair, John lets Jane try out a game in which a constant air powered rifle (built for a CO2 powered Crossman 1077 air rifle) that fires tiny BBs at moving targets. After Jane does a horrible job (firing from the hip), John tries and hits all but the last target. Unable to hold in her true talent, Jane goes again and takes out all the targets in seconds. Chances are neither of them would hit anything no matter how much of a marksmen they were since most of these carnival guns have a barrel larger than the BB so the gun is intentionally inaccurate (this way the player spends more money trying to accomplish lucky shots).
Crossman 1077 - .177 Pellet
Jane pretends to be untrained as she attempts to shoot the targets with the air rifle.
John tries out the rifle and fairs far better since he uses the sights. Note how he closes his left eye so his right focuses on the sights, but then opens it again so he can retain peripheral vision. Classic combat shooting.
Jane goes again and does far better than John. She doesn't focus her dominant eye though, so she must be an excellent point shooter.
When Jane (Angelina Jolie) is waiting for her target to enter the kill zone, she sees an intruder, whom she later discovers is her husband John. Her scanner identifies the rocket launcher he is carrying as the fictional R-47 Widowmaker rocket launcher. After Jane shoots John in the chest (and his bullet proof vest), he fires this heavily-customized rocket launcher and destroys the shed she is hiding in. This is not an M136 AT4, since the AT4 wasn't even used in the construction of this fictional weapon. It was a 100% custom made prop, utilizing design elements and color schemes from the M136/AT4 launcher, but (a) it is a dual pistol grips and shoulder rest pad, (b) the front and back ends have futuristic caps and flanges that look nothing like an AT4 and (c) the overall diameter of the launcher is much larger than the 84mm of the AT4. It is more like a 105mm tube and is roughly the same size as Brad Pitt's head. Enough of the launcher is different to indicate that no AT4 was used and a Hollywood prop shop created the R-47 Widowmaker from scratch. The only real part of the weapon is the AN/PVS-4 night-vision scope mounted on it.
In a scene from the trailer, John holds the launcher.
John's R-47 Widowmaker being identified by Jane's high-tec binoculars.
John falls back after being shot, still holding his R-47 Widowmaker
John aims the R-47 Widowmaker. Of note is that the film erroneously portrays the Night Vision Scope as a thermal telescopic sight which it is not.
John fires the R-47 Widowmaker at Jane.
John Smith looks at his R-47 Widowmaker after it creates an explosion so massive that he gets thrown to the ground, and quips "You should not be allowed to buy these things..."
John walks with his R-47 Widowmaker
In an earlier version of the desert confrontation, John is seen using a rocket launcher that appears to be based off an M47 Dragon.
In an earlier version of the desert confrontation, John is seen using a rocket launcher that appears to be based off an M47 Dragon
M67 Hand Grenade
While fleeing from the company men in the Colemans' minivan, John (Brad Pitt) accidentally pulls the pin on a company mans' M67 hand grenade, kicking the luckless thug back into his car where the resulting explosion destroys the armored BMW. Several M67 grenades can also be seen on a shelf in John's armory.
M67 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade.
M67 grenades are seen in John's armory.
An unfocused shot of an M67 grenade on a Company Man's vest.
John accidentally pulls the pin on the grenade when trying to pull it off the vest.
Norinco Type 69 RPG
During the final shootout in the department store, at least one of the "Company Men" can be seen carrying and then firing an Norinco Type 69 RPG with a PGO-7 scope at the Smiths. A Type 69 can also briefly be seen leaning against Eddie's stove when John Smith first comes to speak with him about his wife. These launchers has been mocked up to resemble RPG-7s by adding a second pistol grip, but the carry handles on the sides are still visible.
Norinco Type 69 RPG - 40mm
On the right, a Norinco Type 69 is seen resting against the stove.
A Company Man aims his Type 69 at the Smiths on the ATV in the extended cut.
A Company Man fires his Type 69.
A Company Man fires a Type 69.
Smith & Wesson Model 276 Gas Gun
In the opening scene of the film, a Colombian Army soldier is seen questioning John Smith (Brad Pitt) and then Jane Smith (Angelina Jolie) as to whether they are traveling alone while carrying a Smith & Wesson Model 276 Gas Gun grenade launcher.
Smith & Wesson Model 276 Gas Gun - 37mm.
A Colombian Army soldier checks John's papers while holding a Smith & Wesson Model 276 Gas Gun.
A better shot of the Smith & Wesson Model 276 Gas Gun is seen when the soldier asks Jane.
Company Men throw Smoke Grenades (make unknown) into the Smiths' house, which emits green smoke.
Smoke grenades going off.
TD Multi Port Plus Distraction Device Flashbang Grenade
John (Brad Pitt) keeps several TD Multi Port Plus Distraction Device Flashbang Grenades in his armory and has two stuck his tac-vest when capturing Benjamin Danz (Adam Brody).
TD Multi Port Plus Flashbang Grenade
John grabs a handful of TD flashbang grenades from his armory.
Two of these grenades on John's tac-vest.
TJ's Custom Gunworks Stealth-1
On the film poster, Jane Smith (Angelina Jolie) is seen with a TJ's Custom Gunworks Stealth-1 stuck in her garter belt, which was originally in the film, but was ultimately cut. What makes this gun unique is that it used to be the smallest .45 caliber 1911 pistol even though it only holds 4 + 1 rounds. (need confirmation on what is the smallest currently).
The Stealth-1 used in the film .45 ACP
The Stealth-1 stuck in Jane's garter belt.