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The following weapons were used in the film Pain & Gain:
A detective is seen holding what appears to be a full sized Glock, considering the way he places his hand on the gun. It is fitted with a weaponlight, meaning it is at least a Gen 3, which would be anachronistic for the time period of the movie (1995). Note that it could also be a .40 SW Glock 22, due to the use by a federal law enforcement officer.
Glock 17 (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm
A detective with his anachronistic Glock drawn.
Security officers guarding an armored truck delivery draw Glock 19 pistols after being robbed by Paul Doyle (Dwayne Johnson).
Security officers guarding an armored truck delivery draw Glock 19
pistols after being robbed by Paul Doyle (Dwayne Johnson
Several law enforcement officers are armed with the Glock 34 pistol, many equipped with Surefire weaponlights anachronistic for the time period of the film (as well as the gun itself). However, due to the use by law enforcement officers, it could also be a .40 SW Glock 35.
Generation 3 Glock 34 - 9x19mm
SWAT officer in the middle with the Glock fitted with the anachronistic weaponlight. We can clearly see the long slide.
Glock on the left. This particular Surefire model was not available in 1995, nor the pistol.
One police officer is armed with a SIG-Sauer P228 pistol.
Officer on the left with the SIG.
Krisztina Furton (Keili Lefkowitz) appears to pull a stainless Colt Commander pistol from her purse to fire at Daniel Lugo (Mark Wahlberg).
Colt Commander 1911 with stainless steel finish
Krisztina Furton (Keili Lefkowitz) appears to pull a stainless Colt Commander
pistol from her purse to fire at Daniel Lugo (Mark Wahlberg
Krisztina holds the pistol.
While in the Bahamas, Ed Du Bois (Ed Harris) is seen pulling what appears to be a Kahr MK9 from an ankle holster.
Kahr MK9 with stainless steel finish - 9x19mm
While in the Bahamas, Ed Du Bois (Ed Harris
) is seen pulling what appears to be a Kahr MK9
from an ankle holster.
Colt Model 933
SWAT officers can be seen carrying Colt Model 933 carbines. Some of the rifles are fitted with Surefire M900 weaponlight foregrips, EOTech sights, and AN/PEQ-2 IR designators. Since the film appears to take place in 1995, both the weapons and their accessories would be anachronistic.
Colt Model 933 carbine with M68 Aimpoint scope and Surefire M900 weaponlight foregrip. This one is also fitted with a M468 SIR style handguard 5.56x45mm
SWAT officers can be seen carrying Colt Model 933
carbines. Some of the carbines are fitted with Surefire M900 weaponlight foregrips, EOTech sights, and AN/PEQ-2 IR designators. In 1995, the M933 was not available, and neither were any of these accessories.
The carbine seen here is fitted with a Surefire M900 weaponlight foregrip, EOTech sight, and AN/PEQ-2 IR designator. All these accessories would not have been available in 1995.
SWAT officer with his Colt M933 fitted with anachronistic accessories.
Accuracy International L96A1
SWAT snipers are seen providing cover with the Accuracy International L96A1 rifle.
Accuracy International Artic Warfare L96A1 - 7.62x51mm NATO.
SWAT sniper takes aim with the rifle.
A Remington 870 is seen carried by a SWAT officer.
SWAT officer in the center carries the shotgun.
Remington 870 MCS Entry
Another SWAT officer appears to be armed with a Remington 870 MCS Entry shotgun.
Remington 870 MCS Entry - 12 gauge
An Ithaca 37 is seen carried by an officer.
The officer on the right carries the shotgun.
The officer on the right holds the shotgun.
A Mossberg 500 is seen in the hands of Miami Dade officers.
Mossberg 500 Shotgun - 12 gauge
Mossberg 500 Chainsaw
A Mossberg 500 Chainsaw is seen on a counter in the gun store.
Mossberg 500 Chainsaw - 12 gauge
Several rifles and shotguns are seen in a gun store visited by the guys. Many of these were not available in 1995.
Several of the rifles seen here were not available in the early 1990's.