Nine Dead is a 2010 straight-to-video thriller directed by Chris Shadley and starring Melissa Joan Hart. Nine seemingly strangers are brought together by a kidnapper to try to figure their connection to each other, with one being executed every ten minutes.
The following weapons were used in the film Nine Dead(2010):
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Smith & Wesson 4506
A Smith & Wesson 4506 is used by a kidnapper (John Terry) for executions. Leon (Edrick Browne) and Kelley (Melissa Joan Hart) also use it over the course of the film.
A later model Smith & Wesson 4506-1 - .45 ACP
Smith & Wesson Model 36
A Smith & Wesson Model 36 is the kidnapper's backup weapon. Kelley gets her hands on it as well. Leon and Christian (John Cates) are shown using a nickel-plated Smith & Wesson 36 in flashbacks.
Smith & Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special
Smith & Wesson Model 36 (Nickel-Plated) - .38 Special
The S&W 36 on the kidnapper's workbench. There's a goof in the dialogue however, as the kidnapper says it contains six shots. (With the cylinder open here, it's obviously only five.)
Kelley with the S&W 36 in the end.
A nickel-plated S&W 36 in a flashback.
Detective Seager (Daniel Baldwin) pulls a Beretta 92FS after being attacked by the kidnapper. All the other cops are seen carrying Berettas as well. Leon's brother Mark (Jon Eyez) is seen pulling one in a flashback.
A blinded Seager with his Beretta.
Advanced Taser M26
The kidnapper incapacitates his victims using a Advanced Taser M26.
The taser with reloads on the kidnapper's workbench.
The business end of the taser. (Notice that the car's inspection sticker betrays the film's actual filming location, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, rather than its setting, Los Angeles.)