The Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell of Fear
The Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell of Fear is the 1991 sequel to The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! and is the second installment in the trilogy. The late Leslie Nielsen returns as the clueless Lt. Frank Drebin. Directed by David Zucker, the film would be followed by 1994's The Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult.
The following weapons were used in the film The Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell of Fear:
Smith & Wesson Model 36
Lt. Frank Drebin (Leslie Nielsen) uses a Smith & Wesson Model 36 as his sidearm. It's also used by Capt. Ed Hocken (George Kennedy) as well as various thugs.
Smith and Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special
Drebin engages in a dramatic shootout with his Model 36.
You can just taste the drama.
Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snub Nose
Capt. Ed Hocken (George Kennedy) uses a snub nose Smith & Wesson Model 19 as his sidearm.
Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snub Nose - .357 Magnum
Smith & Wesson Model 10
Hector Savage (Anthony James) is seen carrying a Smith & Wesson Model 10 when cornered in a house, then fitting a suppressor when in Jane Spencer's (Priscilla Presley) bathroom.
Smith & Wesson Model 10 Revolver - .38 Special
Smith & Wesson 5906
Detective Nordberg (O.J. Simpson) is seen pulling a Smith & Wesson 5906 when busting through a door.
Early Model Smith & Wesson 5906 - 9x19mm. The early model 5906 pistols had the finger step trigger guard, but they changed it to the rounded trigger guard for 'ease of production'.
Quentin Hapsburg (Robert Goulet) pulls a Walther PPK/S on Drebin.
Walther PPK/S with Pachmayr grips - .380 ACP
Colt Single Action Army
Jane Spencer (Priscilla Presley) can be seen dropping a holster containing an ornate Single Action Army along with her other clothes.
2nd Generation Colt Single Action Army w/ 7.5" barrel known as the "Cavalry" model - Nickel plated model - .45 LC
The holster containing an ornate Single Action Army.
A Flintlock Pistol can also be seen being fired by frontiersman (played by the film's director David Zucker).
Resin replica flintlock pistol.
A Flintlock Pistol
can also be seen being fired by frontiersman (played by the film's director David Zucker).
A henchman is seen carrying a Spectre M4 Pistol (not the submachine gun, due to the missing top folding stock and lack of forward pistol grip).
Spectre-HC (imported into the USA as the "SITES Falcon"), the semi-automatic pistol version of the Spectre M4 with the stock and forward grip removed - 9x19mm
A henchman is seen carrying a Spectre M4 Pistol
with a missing top folding stock and lack of forward pistol grip.
A SWAT sniper is seen with a Remington 700PSS.
Remington 700PSS with Leupold Mark 4 scope and Harris bipod - .300 Win Mag
The sniper is seen in the background.
DC SWAT officers are seen armed with the M16A1. Some are fitted with A2 handguards.
M16A1 with 30 round magazine - 5.56x45mm
M16A1 with A2 style handguards - 5.56x45mm
Note: not an M16A2 because it has an older teardrop bolt assist and no adjustment knob on the rear sight.
Kentucky Flintlock Rifle
The Kentucky Flintlock Rifle is fired by a few trappers mixed in with the officers.
Kentucky Flintlock Rifle - .36, .45, and .50 caliber.
A Mossberg 590 is used by DC SWAT.
SWD/Cobray Street Sweeper
The SWD/Cobray Street Sweeper is also used by DC SWAT.
SWD/Cobray Street Sweeper with short barrel and top folding stock - 12 gauge
Remington 870 Police Folder
Another henchman is seen holding a Remington 870 Police Folder.
Remington 870 Police Folder - 12 gauge
Another henchman is seen holding the Remington 870.
Another henchman opens fire with a MAC-10.
Ingram MAC-10 open bolt submachine gun - 9x19mm
Another henchman opens fire with a MAC-10
Heckler & Koch MP5K
A Heckler & Koch MP5K can be seen lying next to a thug.
Heckler & Koch MP5K - version with SEF Plastic Trigger Pack - 9x19mm
An MP5k can be seen lying next to the thug.
In many gunfight scenes, a gunman will pull out a scope or suppressor and add it to his weapon mid-fight. Detective Nordberg takes this a little further than most during the rooftop shootout.
Desert Eagle MK I
The running joke begins with Nordberg pulling out a Desert Eagle MK I fitted with a custom sliding wire stock. He extends the stock and then attaches a modified MP5SD handguard (presumably to make it look like the M60 it turns into next) and then a Vietnam-era AN/PVS-3A "starlight" scope.
Magnum Research Desert Eagle MK I - .357 Magnum
During the rooftop shootout, Nordberg starts accessorizing his Desert Eagle.
When the scene cuts back, Nordberg's Desert Eagle has become an M60 machine gun.
M60 machine gun with bipod folded - 7.62x51mm NATO
After putting on some accessories, Nordberg's Desert Eagle becomes an M60
machine gun with the barrel removed: here Nordberg is putting a comically extended barrel into place, which appears to be the perforated shroud from a Browning AN/M2. It does not appear to have a barrel inside it: note it is possible to see right through the shroud at the top-right.
Nordberg's gun then becomes a Browning AN/M2 after some more embellishments.
Nordberg's gun then becomes a Browning AN/M2, cutting back as he fits it with an AN/TVS-2 night vision spotting scope. This fifteen-pound 7x scope is only really designed to be mounted on the Browning M2 or M40 106mm recoilless rifle, or mounted on a tripod as a standalone system. The pedestal mounting is clearly much too large for the AN/M2, and appears to be from a 20mm Oerlikon. The bar for supporting the sights of the Bofors can be seen on the ground in front of him.
Bofors 40mm Anti Aircraft Gun
The final gun is a Bofors 40mm AA gun with an added perforated barrel shroud, to look similar to the Browning MG. Nordberg uses it to blow a hole in a wall.
Bofors 40mm L/60 AA gun in a wheeled trailer mounting - 40x311mmR
After much attaching, Nordberg mans the Bofors 40mm, having produced a matching M1 helmet as well.
Frank can be seen armed with what appears to be some kind of shotgun with a grappling hook inserted into the barrel at the Hexagon warehouse.
Frank with an unknown shotgun.