Other Guys, The

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The Other Guys (2010)


The following weapons were used in the film The Other Guys:

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Handguns

Glock 19

The Glock 19 is the sidearm of the majority of the NYPD detectives in the film including Detective Terry Hoitz (Mark Wahlberg) and Detective Allen Gamble (Will Ferrell). Gamble is also seen being forced by Capt. Mauch (Michael Keaton) to carry a wooden version of a Glock as a "holster stuffer" replacement of his service gun after he is talked into, by Det. Fosse (Damon Wayans Jr.) and Det. Martin (Rob Riggle), doing a "desk pop". Gamble shoots his Glock into the ceiling of the police station as a brave stunt, prompting all the other officers in the room to draw their weapons on him, Gamble proudly saying "Hey, guys! I did my first desk pop!" Glock 19s are also seen in the hands of a couple of criminals. Throughout the film, the actors have fairly good trigger discipline, despite being, in Will Ferrell's case, very little weapon studded films.(IMFDB thanks The Golden Closet for providing the documentation on this gun; also see their sales page for Mark Wahlberg's weapon, here.)

Glock 19 (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm
World IMFDB Exclusive: Screen used Glock 19. This non-firing prop weapon is verified as screen used from the film The Other Guys, and was carried by Will Ferrell in the film. The gun is accompanied by the Galco belt holster also used in numerous scenes throughout the film.
World IMFDB Exclusive: Screen used Glock 19. This non-firing prop weapon is verified as screen used from the film The Other Guys, and was carried by Mark Wahlberg in the film. The gun is accompanied by the Galco belt holster also used in numerous scenes throughout the film. This item is currently being sold by The Golden Closet; see here.
Mark Wahlberg's Glock, pictured here in its Galco belt holster. This item is currently being sold by The Golden Closet; see here.
"You have the right to remain silent! But I want you to scream!" Det. Highsmith fires his Python and his back-up Glock as he flies through the air in his muscle car.
Det. Gamble unloads his Glock before relinquishing it to Captain Mauch after he has just done a "desk pop". Oddly, he removes the magazine, but doesn't rack the slide to clear out the round that was chambered after he fired it.
Captain Mauch confiscates Det. Gamble's Glock. "You get this back when I feel you know how to handle it." Note that despite scolding Gamble on safe weapons handling, Mauch has his finger on the trigger. Also not the trigger in the fired position, even though Gamble never cleared the chamber and dry fired to put it in that configuration.
Mauch (Michael Keaton) gives Allen his Glock back.
Detective Allen Gamble (Will Ferrell) chambers his Glock. Note his finger off the trigger.
Gamble proves to Terry that his sidearm is no longer made of oak by performing an "Apartment pop". He then comments, "Well, to be honest, that's only the second time I've fired this thing."
Detective Terry Hoitz (Mark Wahlberg) holds the Glock in the boardroom.
Hoitz fires his gun during the boardroom shootout.
Hoitz fires his Glock (with excellent accuracy) at a clip holding up a banner to entangle the motorcyclists following them.
Hoitz aims his Glock at the bank employee in the climax, trying to stop him from transferring the money at Wesley's order.
Jimmy (Bobby Cannavale), Bob (Michael Delaney), Det. Fosse (Damon Wayans Jr.) and Det. Martin (Rob Riggle) all hold their Glocks during the climax, the latter two holding them "gangsta' style."

In Detective Hoitz's flashback his Glock has switched into a "Non Gun" Glock. This was probably done for the safety of the actors during the scene.

Glock Non Gun
Hoitz aims his Glock at Derek Jeter, only seeing a silhouette with a baseball bat, during the incident which earned him the nickname "Yankee Clipper".
"Don't make me shoot, I'll do it!" Hoitz fires his gun. Notice how the gun has clearly turned into a Non Gun.

Wooden Gun

One of the gags in The Other Guys begins when Det. Gamble is tricked into performing a "Desk Pop" with his Glock 19 inside of the police station and has his weapon temporarily confiscated and replaced with a wooden gun shaped like a Glock 19 throughout much of the film. (IMFDB thanks The Golden Closet for providing the documentation on this gun, as well as the image seen below.)

World IMFDB Exclusive: Screen used wooden gun prop. This prop weapon is verified as screen used from the film The Other Guys. The gun was custom made for use on the production and was used in numerous scenes throughout the film. Detailed information and images can be found at The Golden Closet; see [LINK].
"That hurts, man!" Hoitz in pain after Gamble smacks him in the face with his wooden Glock 19.

Colt Python

Det. P.K. Highsmith (Samuel L. Jackson) is seen using a Colt Python. (IMFDB thanks The Golden Closet for providing the documentation on this gun; also see their sales page for the weapon, here.)

Colt Python with 6" Barrel - .357 Magnum
World IMFDB Exclusive: Screen used Colt Python .357 Magnum revolver. This non-firing prop weapon is verified as screen used from the film The Other Guys. The gun is accompanied by the Galco shoulder holster and clip pouch also used in numerous scenes from the film. This item is currently being sold by The Golden Closet; see this link.
The rubber Colt Python from the film, as seen from the right.
The rubber Colt Python, pictured here with the Galco shoulder holster worn by Samuel L. Jackson in the film.
Det. Highsmith fires his Python at the robbers.
Highsmith blows off the hood of his car with his Python.
Highsmith and Danson fire their sidearms at the diamond robbers.

Colt MkIV Series 70

Det. Danson (Dwayne Johnson) is seen with what appears to be a nickel Colt Mk IV with pearl grips as his main sidearm. (IMFDB thanks The Golden Closet for providing the documentation on this gun; also see their sales page for the weapon, here.)

Colt Mk IV Series 70
World IMFDB Exclusive: Screen used Colt M1911 pistol. This non-firing prop weapon is verified as screen used from the film The Other Guys. The gun is accompanied by the Galco shoulder holster and clip pouch also used in numerous scenes from the film. This item is currently being sold by The Golden Closet; see here.
The rubber 1911 from the film, as seen from the right.
The rubber 1911, along with its Galco shoulder holster as worn by Dwayne Johnson in the film.
Det. Danson (Dwayne Johnson) has his Colt MkIV holstered as he and Det. Highsmith accept a commendation.
Det. Danson with his holstered Colt jumping onto the hood of Highsmith Chevy Chevelle SS.
Det. Danson uses his Colt to blow the hood off Highsmith's Chevelle.
"C'mon fellas, Wednesday night is taco night on Riker's Island!" Danson opens fire on the diamond robbers.

Charter Arms Undercover

Det. Terry Hoitz (Mark Wahlberg) keeps a Charter Arms Undercover with pearl grips as his back-up gun. He is most notably seen wielding it during the boardroom shootout. Mark Wahlberg seems to have a personal affinity for this gun, as he also uses it in the film Max Payne.

Charter Arms Undercover - .38 Special
Det. Hoitz pulls out his secondary backup pistol.
Hoitz slides across the boardroom table firing both his Glock and his back-up revolver.


Desert Eagle

In some publicity material for the film (such as the poster above), Mark Wahlberg can be seen dual-wielding Desert Eagles with chrome finishes, spoofing various John Woo-style movie posters. On the movies web site, Wahlberg is seen firing these, hanging from cables, mocking the poster before crashing into Will Ferrell. Ferrell comments that he dropped his "$1,000 gun". Most Desert Eagles run in range from approximately $1,500-$2,200, making his comment somewhat correct.

IMI Desert Eagle with chrome finish - .357 Magnum

SIG-Sauer P220 Sport

In some of the aforementioned publicity material, Will Ferrell can be seen wielding both a Desert Eagle and what appears to be a SIG-Sauer P220 Sport with an accessory rail integrated into the compensator.

SIG-Sauer P220 Sport - .45 ACP

SIG-Sauer P226R

Roger Wesley (Ray Stevenson) carries a SIG-Sauer P226R as his sidearm throughout the film. Some of Wesley's thugs also use P226Rs.

SIG-Sauer P226R - 9x19mm
Wesley and The Brazilian Woman (Tess Kartel) with their SIGs.
Wesley fires his SIG during the boardroom shootout. Notice also Wesley's thug on the right who has another P226R.

Wesley's P226R changes into a "Non Gun" SIG during the climax.

SIG-Sauer Non Gun.
Wesley aims his SIG at the bank employee during the stand-off between him and the protagonists.
Wesley catches eye of the other police officers storming the room.

SIG-Sauer P232

Wesley's accomplice, simply billed as the "Brazilian Woman" (Tess Kartel) uses a two-tone SIG-Sauer P232 as her sidearm in the film. She most notably uses it in the boardroom shootout.

SIG-Sauer P232 SL Two-Tone - .380 ACP (aka 9x17mm aka '9mm kurz')
Actress Tess Kartel in a photo on the set.
The Brazilian Woman disarms Det. Hoitz of his Glock.
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The Brazilian Woman fires her P232 during the shootout. Notice how the gun has sustained a stovepipe malfunction.
The woman puts her SIG to Hoitz's head.

Astra 400

One of the robbers in the beginning, who are fleeing from Detectives Highsmith and Danson, uses an Astra 400.

Astra 400 - 9x23mm Bergmann/Largo
The robber fires his Astra 400.

Smith & Wesson Model 36

Captain Gene Mauch (Michael Keaton) carries a Smith & Wesson Model 36 as his sidearm through the film. Although Mauch confiscates Allen's Glock and comments that he'll give it back to him when he knows how to handle it, it seems that Mauch is the one with poor gun handling. This was probably done for comedic effect.

Smith and Wesson Model 36 - .38 special
Capt. Mauch is awakened by a phone call while sleeping with his Smith in his hand, pointed at his head and held by the trigger guard. A captain should know better, though this was likely done intentionally as Mauch scolds Gamble for poor weapons safety at the beginning of the film.
Captain Gene Mauch aims his Model 36, as he and NYPD ESU arrive on scene.

Beretta 92FS

A thug is seen holding a Beretta 92FS during the boardroom shootout.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
The thug in the grey suit (behind the man with the Walther P99) is armed with a Beretta 92FS.

Beretta 92FS Centurion

A Nigerian thug who jumps on Gamble's Prius after the boardroom shootout is armed with a Beretta 92FS Centurion. It is fitted with wooden grips.

Beretta 92FS Centurion - 9x19mm
The Nigerian pulls his Centurion on David Ershon (Steve Coogan).
The Nigerian assassin fires his Centurion.

Beretta M951

A Nigerian thug during the boardroom shootout is armed with a Beretta M951.

Beretta M951 9mm
The second guy on the right is armed with a Beretta M951.

Smith & Wesson Model 686

A Nigerian thug is armed with a Smith & Wesson Model 686 during the boardroom shootout.

Smith & Wesson Model 686 6" Barrel - .357 Magnum
The Nigerian thug on the far left is armed with a Model 686.

Ruger P89

A Nigerian thug can be seen with a Ruger P89 during the boardroom shootout.

Ruger P89 - 9x19mm
A Nigerian is armed with a Ruger P89 (the second on the left).
The P89 wielding Nigerian goes down.

Taurus PT945

One of the Nigerian thugs can be seen with a Taurus PT945 during the boardroom shootout.

Taurus PT945 - .45 ACP
A Nigerian is armed with a Taurus PT945 (the first from the right).

Tanfoglio TZ-75

One of the Nigerians in the boardroom uses a Tanfoglio TZ-75.

Tanfoglio TZ-75 "Pre-88" - 9x19 mm
A Nigerian is armed with a Tanfoglio TZ-75 (in the middle).

Walther P99

One of the bad guys in the boardroom shootout is seen using a Walther P99 against Det. Hoitz.

Walther P99 9mm.
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Heckler & Koch P7M13

One of the tjetjenian bad guys in the boardroom shootout is seen using a Heckler & Koch P7M13.

Heckler & Koch P7M13 9x19mm
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Solothurn ITM AT84S

One of the bad guys in the boardroom shootout is seen drawing and pointing what looks like a CZ-75 variant, maybe a Solothurn ITM AT84S, at Det. Hoitz.

Solothurn ITM AT84S - 9x19mm
The Tjetjenian bad guy furthest to the left seems to have a CZ-75 variant similar to a Solothurn ITM AT84S.

Taurus PT92

A thug working for Wesley (Ray Stevenson) is seen holding a Taurus PT92.

Taurus PT92AFS (Stainless) with Slimline Black Factory Grips - 9x19mm
The thug on the left has a Taurus PT92 (circled in red).

1911 variants

A couple of thugs working for Wesley are seen with what look like a blued 1911 variant and a stainless or nickel plated 1911 variant.

Pre-War Colt M1911A1 Pistol Commercial - .45 ACP
Commercial Satin Nickel M1911A1 Pistol - .45 ACP. Manufactured on license by Remington Rand
Two thugs with a blued 1911 (circled in blue) and a stainless 1911 (circled in green).

Taurus PT92 AFS

Det. Gamble has an nickel plated Taurus PT92 AFS in his hand during a brief flashback from his pimping days in college. It has an accessory rail under the dustcover.

Taurus PT92 AFS stainless steel (current production model with accessory rails) - 9x19mm
"Gator" with his Taurus.

Machine Guns

FN Minimi

One of the Rasta robbers fleeing from Highsmith and Danson in the beginning uses an FN Minimi (aka M249, the US adopted version of the light machine gun) to fire at Highsmith's Chevelle SS. He later dumps it as Highsmith comes crashing on the Rasta's Cadillac Escalade with his Chevy Chevelle SS.

M249 (first pattern U.S. adopted variant of the original FN Minimi) - 5.56x45mm. The only noticeable change from the Belgian Minimi is the rear sight design and cut outs in the buttstock. Other minor changes would result in the M249-E1 and the M249-E2.
The robber with a FN Minimi shoots at Highsmith and Danson's car.
The robber fires the FN Minimi at the bus commandeered by Danson. Note that the criminal has no ammo drum installed.
The robber throws away his gun, as Highsmith comes flying on the the rasta's Cadillac Escalade with his Chevelle SS.

Rifles/Carbines

SIG SG 556 Classic

A couple of Chechen assassins use SIG SG 556 Classic rifles from a helicopter to shoot at Gamble and Hoitz during the climax. The rifles appear to have M4 stocks installed instead of the original factory folding stock.

SIG SG 556 Classic with polymer magazine and SIG-Sauer STS-081 red dot scope - 5.56x45mm
An Chechen assassin with his SIG rifle on the chopper.
A Chechen assassin fires at Hoitz and Gamble. Note that the hooded front sight is removed despite the high mounted scope.
An Chechen helicopter gunman shooting his Sig SG 556 Classic at Gamble and Hoitz.

M4A1 Carbine

NYPD ESU officers are armed with M4A1 Carbines during the climax.

Colt M4A1 with RIS foregrip and M68 Aimpoint scope - 5.56x45mm
Captain Gene Mauch and NYPD ESU arrives on scene. The officer on the left has an M4A1 fitted with a EOTech holosight and a tactical light. The other ESU officer is armed with an MP5A3 fitted with a Surefire tactical light.

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

NYPD ESU officers can be seen wielding Heckler & Koch MP5A3s during the climax.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with Surefire 628 dedicated forend weapon light and safe-semi-two round burst trigger group - 9x19mm
Captain Gene Mauch and NYPD ESU arrives on scene. The other officer is armed with an MP5A3 fitted with a Surefire tactical light. The officer on the left has an M4A1 fitted with a EOTech holosight and a tactical light.



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