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Revolver is the 2005 crime film directed by Guy Ritchie and stars Jason Statham (in his third role in a Ritchie film) as Jake Green, a con man who must settle his score with Dorthy Macha (Ray Liotta) while under the subordination of two loan sharks: Zach (Vincent Pastore) and Avi (André Benjamin).
The following weapons were used in the film Revolver (2005):
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Both Zach (Vincent Pastore) and Dorthy Macha (Ray Liotta) both use Taurus PT92s. Although it is also carried by various henchmen throughout the film.
Taurus PT92AFS (Stainless) - 9x19mm
Zach brandishing a Taurus PT92AFS.
Jake pulls the trigger on Avi, only to discover the gun is unloaded. Notice the Taurus logo.
A goon warns Sorter to give up before he is shot through a wall by the man he was threatening.
A nearly naked, tan and crying Macha holds a PT92 on Jake in the film's conclusion.
Heckler & Koch MP5K
Used by Zach (Vincent Pastore) during the alley shootout. In the film the firearm used is featured with a 30-round magazine. The firearm below is the modern variant with diopter sights attached with a 15-round magazine. The MP5K is also used by various henchmen in the film.
- Except for the one in the third screenshot, all of these MP5Ks lack the diopter sights, which means that they are MP5KA1s or KA5s, depending on the trigger group ("KA1" would mean that it just has a 3-position trigger group, "KA5" would mean it has the four-position trigger group).
Heckler and Koch MP5KA4 9mm
Zach popping out of his car with an MP5K.
Zach spraying an MP5 to cover Jake.
One of Macha's goons looks for Sorter with an MP5K in tow.
In the alleyway hit, Jake's Number Two man and driver use CZ-75s to little effect.
Jake's Number Two man draws his CZ and is cut down by a hidden Sorter quickly after.
Jake's driver does the same and is also killed.
Stammering hitman Sorter (Mark Strong) carries a genuine Glock 18 as his primary weapon. He uses it with a suppressor in the restaurant shootout and on full auto when he protects Jake's brother and niece.
Sorter aims at the restaurant assassin's getaway car. It appears he needs to tighten the suppressor some more.
Sorter shoots Paul when he threatens to light a man on fire in front of his daughter. Notice the fire selector, indicating this is a real Glock 18 and not a converted Glock 17.
After hearing mooks above him, Sorter loads a 33-round magazine into his Glock 18.
Jake Green (Jason Statham) can be seen using a Walther PPK twice. He draws one on the doctor when he confirms what Zach and Avi said, and holds it on Dorothy Macha (Ray Liotta), debating whether or not to kill him.
Despite what you might think, threatening to kill a doctor because he denies your HMO is not a good idea.
Jake rests his PPK down as he and his ego debate to kill Macha.
Smith and Wesson Model 36
Avi (Andre Benjamin) pistol whips Jake with a Smith and Wesson Model 36 after he dry-fires a gun at him.
Smith and Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special
Avi holds up his Model 36 before he whips Jake out.
Sorter uses a suppressed Mini Uzi in the hit on Macha's rival, Lord John.
Sorter clears out the camera room with one long burst.
After adjusting his glasses, Sorter fires a fatal shot at Lord John.
Glock 17s can be seen briefly in the hands of Jake (Jason Statham) and Avi (André Benjamin).
Jake uses a Glock 17 as he flees to safety at the alley shootout.
Avi (André Benjamin
) uses a Glock 17 to kill Horowitz - a man they gave money to - in a flashback.
A Beretta 92FS is used by one of Jake's bodyguards and by Macha's head mook.
One of Jake's bodyguards fires at Sorter before he is cut down.
One of Macha's main goon about to take Sorter out using a Beretta 92FS.
Smith and Wesson Military and Police
A snub-nosed Smith & Wesson M&P appears very briefly in the hands of one of Macha's many mooks.
Smith and Wesson Military and Police - .38 Special
The aforementioned mook with his revolver - one of the few in the movie, surprisingly.
Macha (Ray Liotta) borrows a Makarov PM from one of his bodyguards to finish off a wounded assassin sent by Lord John.
A frantic Macha grabs for a Makarov.
Macha fires at the assassin, who blew off one of his fingers.
After the hit on Jake in the alleyway; Sorter cradles a SIG P226 and removes a suppressor while in disbelief over his missing Jake three times. It is replaced by a Glock 18 after this scene. One of Macha's bodyguards also carries a SIG in the restaurant hit.
"But...but I never miss..." Sorter mumbles as he inspects the suppressor.
Macha's head bodyguard holds him down as he looks for the assassin, unaware Sorter shot her (albeit non-fatally).
Various Remington 870 models appear throughout the film
The shotgun shotgun held by Zach during the robbery scene.
The shotgun carried by Slim Biggins as he vaults the wall.