Pure Luck is the US adventure comedy remake of the French film La chèvre. The 1991 film was directed by Nadia Tass and stared Martin Short and Danny Glover. Valerie Highsmith, the daughter of a wealthy businessman, is known for her extremely bad luck. When she disappeared in Mexico, the only way to find her is to send similar unlucky person to trace her whereabouts. Eugene Proctor (Short), Mr. Highsmith's employee, is such a man.
The following weapons were used in the film Pure Luck:
A Beretta 92FS is the personal handgun of Raymond Campanella (Danny Glover). In several scenes, his pistol switches to M1911A1 and back again due to continuty error. In one scene a Mexican police detective carries a Beretta (it is seen only in the trailer).
An M1911A1 with ivory grips is taken by Raymond Campanella (Danny Glover) from the night club bartender (Sergio Calderón). In several scenes Campanella's Beretta 92FS switches to 1911 and back again due to continuty error. In one scene the M1911 is seen in hands of Eugene Proctor (Martin Short).
In one scene a Mexican police detective carries a snub nose revolver.
In one scene a criminal fires an SMG from the car window. Due to the high speed of the car, the SMG is seen very blurry. Its general outlook and size resembles Intratec TEC-9.
M16A1 assault rifles are carried by Mexican prison guards (Gabriel Pingarrón and Pedro Altamirano).