Salt (2010)

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Salt
Salt film poster.jpg
Movie poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
Directed by Phillip Noyce
Release Date 2010
Language English
Russian
Korean
Studio Di Bonaventura Pictures
Wintergreen Productions
Distributor Columbia Pictures
Sony Pictures Releasing
Main Cast
Character Actor
Evelyn Salt Angelina Jolie
Ted Winter Liev Schreiber
Peabody Chiwetel Ejiofor
Mike Krause August Diehl
Shneider Corey Stoll
Orlov Daniel Olbrychski



Salt is a 2010 action film directed by Philip Noyce (Clear and Present Danger) that stars Angelina Jolie as Evelyn Salt, a CIA officer who finds herself accused of being a Russian sleeper agent. She then begins to question her loyalties as she goes on the run to clear her name.

The following weapons were used in the film Salt:

Contents


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Handguns

SIG-Sauer P229

Evelyn Salt (Angelina Jolie) uses a SIG-Sauer P229 notably at the President’s Emergency Operations Center (PEOC), when she confronts CIA Agent Ted Winter (Liev Schreiber). The 229 is used by both Winters and Agent Peabody (Chiwetel Ejiofor) as well.

TRIVIA: During the filming of the final battle sequence between Salt and Winter, Ms. Jolie sustained a minor injury on the set and had to be rushed to the hospital. The crew continued filming POV shots until she returned. The on set armorer stood in for Ms. Jolie in several shots to help Liev Shrieber establish a realistic line of sight and also fired the SIG 229 in an additional scene where the gun had to be fired to create a muzzle flash at the edge of the camera frame.

Screen used SIG-Sauer P229. This blank firing weapon is verified as screen used from the film Salt. The gun has been modified to fire blank rounds only. This item is currently being sold by The Golden Closet; see this link.
Peabody chases down Salt with his SIG P229 drawn.
Agent Peabody (Chiwetel Ejiofor) in a Harries stance with his SIG and flashlight.
Agent Peabody (Chiwetel Ejiofor) aims his SIG P229 while chasing Salt in his SUV.
Agent Peabody attempts to shoot Salt before she lands onto a truck.
A shot of Agent Peabody with his SIG-Sauer P229 pointed at Salt.
Salt proceeds into the President’s Emergency Operations Center (PEOC) with her P229 at the ready.
Salt aiming her P229 before confronting Winters.
Salt about to fire her weapon at Winters...
...but the bullet-proof glass protects Winters from Salt's P229.
Agent Winters (Liev Schreiber) draws what appears to be a KJW SIG-Sauer P229 Gas Blowback airsoft pistol (used as stand-in for a real P229).

Beretta 92F

Evelyn Salt (Angelina Jolie) uses a Beretta 92F pistol in the pivotal sequence aboard the Russian barge when Salt meets with Orlov (Daniel Olbrychski) and his group of Russian “K-A Program” agents.

Screen used Beretta 92F. This blank firing weapon is verified as screen used from the film Salt. The gun has been modified to fire blank rounds only and the barrel has been sealed with a solid plug. This item is currently being sold by The Golden Closet; see this link.
Salt checks the load in the Beretta.
Salt with the Beretta after she clears the bottom of the barge.
Salt clears the barge with the Beretta.

Glock 19

A Glock pistol is seen in the holster of an Army MP during the prisoner release in North Korea. Evelyn Salt (Angelina Jolie) carries a Glock 19 pistol throughout the film, notably when underneath St. Bart’s cathedral in New York to shoot the cathedral organ. A Glock 19 is also used by Shnaider (Corey Stoll) during the attack at the White House.

Screen used Glock 19. This blank firing weapon is verified as screen used from the film Salt. The gun has been modified to fire blank rounds only. This item is currently being sold by The Golden Closet; see this link.
Glock 19 - 9x19mm. This is one of the Glock pistols carried by Angelina Jolie in Salt. Thanks to James Georgopoulos.
Salt (Angelina Jolie) uses the Glock to blow out a window.
Salt with the Glock underneath the St. Bart's cathedral.
A Glock pistol is seen in the holster of an Army MP on the far left during the prisoner release in North Korea.
Salt with a Glock 19 in a production still. This appears to be a prop weapon.
Another production still of Salt with the Glock.
A Glock 19 is also used by Shnaider (Corey Stoll) during the attack at the White House.

SIG-Sauer P232

Evelyn Salt (Angelina Jolie) uses a SIG-Sauer P232 pistol in multiple scenes throughout the film, and the gun first appears onscreen when she returns home and retrieves it from its hiding place underneath a table in her apartment before using it in the extended freeway chase sequence near the beginning of the film. The gun appears again on the bed of her hotel room when she colors her hair to change her appearance, and also during the sequence that takes place in the crypt underneath St. Bart’s cathedral in New York when Evelyn goes after the President of Russia. Scenes from the sequence are also featured in two of the official studio trailers for the film.

Screen used SIG-Sauer P232. This blank firing weapon is verified as screen used from the film Salt. The gun has been modified to fire blank rounds only. This item was sold by The Golden Closet; see this link.
Screen used SIG-Sauer P232. This non-firing prop weapon is verified as screen used from the film Salt. This item was sold by The Golden Closet; see this link.
Salt reaches for her SIG.
The SIG lies on the bed.
Salt holding the SIG.
Salt surrenders to the police as she is later relieved of her SIG.
Another show of Salt holding up her SIG.
Promotional image of Salt with her P232

Smith & Wesson M&P Compact

Evelyn A. Salt (Angelina Jolie) removes a Smith & Wesson M&P Compact in her hotel room along with the SIG-Sauer P232 handgun from her apartment. It is also used in the extended cut to kill Orlov.

Smith & Wesson M&P Compact
Next to the stainless SIG is the Smith & Wesson M&P.

Custom 1911

A custom 1911-type handgun with adjustable sights is pulled by Russian guard at the barge.

A Russian guard pulls out his M1911 on Salt.

Shotguns

Mossberg 500 Homeland Defender

The CIA security officer (Peter Weireter) uses a Mossberg 500 Homeland Defender shotgun fitted with a door breacher and pistol grip to blow open the lock on Salt's apartment door.

Mossberg 500 Homeland Defender - 12 gauge
The CIA security officer (Peter Weireter) prepares to use the Mossberg 500 Homeland Defender shotgun to breach Salt's apartment.
The security officer fires his shotgun at the deadbolt.
A side view of breaching the door. (Note the "Homeland Defender" emblem near the ejection port)

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

A CIA officer is seen with a Heckler & Koch MP5A3 fitted with Surefire 628 dedicated forend weaponlight during the assault on Salt's apartment. Some NYPD ESU officers are also seen with these. Salt also uses an MP5A3 (with no Surefire grip) when aboard the Russian barge when Salt meets with the Orlov (Daniel Olbrychski) and his group of Russian “Program K-A” agents.

Screen used prop H&K MP5A3. This non-firing weapon is verified as screen used from the film Salt. The gun is constructed of rubber and was used during parts of the barge sequence where the live firing gun was unecessary. This item is currently being sold by The Golden Closet; see this link.
The agent on the left holding his Heckler & Koch MP5A3.
An NYPD ESU officer with an MP5A3 holds back the crowd watching Salt's arrest.
Salt with her MP5A3 after capturing it from a Russian guard.
Salt aiming her MP5A3 as she searches the barge.
Salt ambushes a Russian guard armed with an MP5A3.

MP-10

The MP-10 with stocks are seen in the hands of CIA security officers notably when going to Salt's apartment and when Salt is trapped briefly before she jumps onto a truck.

Special Weapons MP-10 9x19mm
The CIA officer holds the MP-10 when arriving at Salt's apartment.
The agents by the right (one in front of the police cruiser, the other on the right) aim their MP-10s at Salt.

Heckler & Koch MP5K/SP89

Secret Service agents at the White House are armed with Heckler & Koch MP5K submachine guns during the attack on the White House. Ted Winter (Liev Schreiber) uses an Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW while inside the President’s Emergency Operations Center (PEOC). At one point, the MP5K becomes a replica version of an Heckler & Koch SP89 that Winter throws away while in the PEOC.

Heckler & Koch MP5K - 9x19mm
A Secret Service agent and Uniformed Division agent are armed with Heckler & Koch MP5K submachine guns while protecting the President.
Screen used prop H&K SP89. This non-firing plastic prop weapon is verified as screen used from the film Salt. The replica SP89 was used as a stand in for the virtually identical live firing MP5K used earlier in the sequence and was used onscreen when Winter throws the gun away. The tip was slightly damaged during the throw and is in otherwise good condition. This item is currently being sold by The Golden Closet; see this link.
The Russian guard in the background holds his MP5K.
Winter opens fire with the MP5K-PDW. This is the actual live-firing weapon.
Winter holds the replica SP89.
Another scene as Winter throws away the replica.

Rifles

M4A1 Carbine

There are multiple different loadouts of M4 Carbines seen throughout the film in the hands of U.S Army soldiers, CIA agents and NYPD ESU officers.

M4A1 with RIS foregrip and M68 Aimpoint red dot scope 5.56x45mm
Behind Michael, a US Army soldier at the Korean border is seen armed with the M4A1.
M4 with Elcan Digital Hunter DayNight Riflescope attached.
ESU officer facing camera with M4, flashlight, and C-more sight.

Colt Model 933

Several CIA tactical unit members can be seen with Colt Model 933s, distinguished from the aforementioned M4A1s by their shorter barrels. Secret Service CAT members are also seen using M933s at the VP's funeral.

Colt Model 933 with 4-position stock 5.56x45mm
Model 933 with what appears to be a 20 round mag, flashlight, and a backwards EOTech red dot sight. It must've been mounted by the same prop master from Tears of the Sun
Model 933 with M68 Aimpoint red dot scope and vertical hand grip.
Several CIA agents on the right with their Colt Model 933s fitted with a cheek weld stock, among other attachments.

Heckler & Koch G36C

One of the guards aboard the Russian barge is armed with the Heckler & Koch G36C.

Hkg36c.jpg
The guard on the right holds the G36C.

AK-74M

A guard at the barge is seen with an AK-74M when Salt arrives with Vassily Orlov (Daniel Olbrychski).

AK-74M, 5.45x39mm
A guard at the barge is seen with an AK-74M when Salt arrives with Vassily Orlov (Daniel Olbrychski).

Norinco Type 56

Another Russian guard on the boat has what appears to be a Norinco Type 56 rifle with an underfolding stock. Norinco rifles also are seen slung over the shoulders of North Korean soldiers at the film's beginning.

Norinco Type 56-1 (under-folding stock variant) - 7.62x39mm
Norinco rifles also are seen slung over the shoulders of North Korean soldiers at the film's beginning.
Another Russian guard on the boat has what appears to be a Norinco Type 56 rifle with an underfolding stock.

AK-47

The young KA recruits are seen training with what appear to be paper cutouts of the AK-47.

Type I AK-47, hybrid stamped/milled receiver with prototype slab sided magazine - 7.62x39mm
KA recruits during training with possible cut-out AKs.

SIG P556 SWAT / SG 550 hybrid

Evelyn Salt (Angelina Jolie) takes a SIG P556 SWAT fitted with a SIG SG 550 series lower receiver belonging to a Uniformed Secret Service agent and uses it in the President’s Emergency Operations Center (PEOC). Salt uses the weapon with both folded and extended stock positions and notably is seen attaching four magazines together. A rubber prop version was used when a live fire weapon was not needed. The upper receiver of the rifle can be identified as belonging to a P556 by its black finish (as opposed to the gray finish found on SG 550 series lower receiver), M16 style flash hider the, angled front sight, and the indent in the side of the receiver just ahead of the ejection port.

SIG P556 SWAT (upper receiver used) - 5.56x45mm
SIG SG 552 (lower receiver used) - 5.56x45mm
Screen used weapon provided by The Specialists Ltd
Salt prepares to fire the SIG P556.
Here she uses the folded stock as a foregrip.
Salt opens fire with the SIG P556. Note the four magazines clamped together.
Salt switches to the second mag.
Screen used prop SIG SG 553. This non-firing weapon is verified as screen used from the film Salt. The gun is constructed of rubber and was used during parts of the sequence where the live firing gun was unnecessary. This item is currently being sold by The Golden Closet; see this link.
The rubber prop of the P556 appears to be used when Salt tries to smash the bulletproof window.

SIG SG 551

A SIG SG 551 is seen in the hands of a Russian guard on the barge.

SIG SG 551 - 5.56x45mm
The SIG SG 551 rifle is seen on the far right.

M16A2

South Korean MPs are seen with M16A2 rifles slung.

M16A2 Rifle - 5.56x45mm.
South Korean MPs with slung M16A2s as Salt is released from North Korean custody.

TOZ-99 .22LR Hunting Carbine

A young recruit is seen training with what appears to be a TOZ-99 .22LR Hunting Carbine.

The young recruit aiming his carbine during KA training.

Other

X26 Taser

Salt takes a X26 taser from a NYPD officer after being arrested in New York, using it to tase the driver of the vehicle she is in and to flee police custody.

An X26 Taser.
Salt firing the taser.

M84 Stun Grenade

A M84 stun grenade is tossed into Salt's apartment by CIA agents while they are searching for her.

M84 stun grenade
An M84 stun grenade rolling on the ground before exploding.

M67 hand grenade

Salt is seen taking and dropping M67 hand grenades while on the barge.

M67 hand grenade.
Salt holds three M67 grenades. Note the pins have been pulled.
Salt drops two M67 hand grenades.

M7 CS gas grenade

A CIA tactical team member tosses M7 CS gas grenade into a room when Salt escapes from the CIA building.

M7 CS gas grenade
The M7 CS gas grenade in the hands of a CIA agent(circled in red).



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