Shakedown is a 1988 action thriller starring Peter Weller as Ronald Dalton, a New York public defender who finds that his drug dealer client that is accused of shooting an undercover NYPD officer may be involved in a deeper case of corruption involved other officers in the department. Dalton then enlists the help of veteran NYPD detective Richie Marks (Sam Elliott) to help uncover the truth. The film was directed by James Glickenhaus and was notable for featuring a .45 Magnum pistol, namely the LAR Grizzly.
The following weapons were used in the film Shakedown:
LAR Grizzly Mk1
NYPD Detective Richie Marks (Sam Elliott) carries a LAR Grizzly Pistol fitted with a compensator, chambered in .45 Winchester Magnum as his main sidearm in the film.
LAR Grizzly Mk1 Long Slide
Attorney Ronald Dalton (Peter Weller) is given a Beretta 92F to back up Marks when they investigate a Times Square adult establishment. He is seen using it during the motorcycle chase.
Beretta 92F - 9x19mm. The cosmetic differences are very slight and hard to see between this gun and the newer 92FS. Most of the changes are the inner workings of the gun.
Attorney Ronald Dalton (Peter Weller
) holds the Beretta 92F
to back up Marks when they investigate a Times Square adult establishment.
Smith & Wesson Model 19
An NYPD officer (Holt McCallany) aims his S&W Model 19 at Dalton on the courthouse steps. Other officers are armed with the revolver as well.
Smith & Wesson Model 19 Combat Magnum - .357 magnum
An NYPD officer (Holt McCallany
) aims his S&W Model 19 at Dalton on the courthouse steps.
Officers with the Model 19's on the steps of the courthouse.
The NYPD officer draws his S&W Model 19.
Smith & Wesson Model 15
A court officer is seen pulling a Smith & Wesson Model 15 revolver.
Colt Official Police
Another NYPD officer is armed with a Colt Official Police revolver.
Colt Official Police 5" Barrel
The older NYPD officer on the left holds a Colt OP.
Smith & Wesson Model 36
Det. Rydel forces Dalton to play Russian roulette with his Smith & Wesson Model 36. Another 36 is used to threaten Dalton as well.
A round is loaded into the revolver as Dalton is threatened.
Dalton about to have the revolver put to his head.
A Steyr GB appears to be the handgun used by the thug who confronts Marks at the pier.
A Steyr GB
appears to be the handgun used by the thug who confronts Marks at the pier.
Harrington & Richardson Premier
A Harrington & Richardson Premier break top revolver is used by Detective Marks to threaten the drug dealer Tommie (Harold Perrineau).
Harrington & Richardson Premier revolver
Ithaca 37 (Custom Short Barrel Stakeout)
A customized Ithaca 37 Stakeout shotgun with a shortened barrel and magazine tube, a ventilated barrel shroud and a folding vertical grip is used by Det. Rydel (Larry Joshua) during a raid on a drug den. This one is similar to a shotgun used in Season 2 of Miami Vice.
Customized Ithaca 37 Stakeout used in Miami Vice.
Among the weapons is the Ithaca (seen at the bottom).
Rydel holds the custom Ithaca during the raid.
An Ithaca 37 is used by Officer Collins (Bill Cwikowski) during the drug raid.
Ithaca Model 37 riot version - 12 Gauge
An Ithaca 37
is taken by Officer Collins (Bill Cwikowski) during the drug raid.
Collins provides cover with the Ithaca.
Heckler & Koch MP5K
A Heckler & Koch MP5K fitted with a laser sight is used by Marks during the drug raid.
After taking out two NYPD cops with wrist mounted ballistic knives, Big Leroy (Henry Judd Baker) fires on a Times Square crowd with his concealed Micro Uzi.
After taking out two NYPD cops with wrist mounted ballistic knives, Big Leroy (Henry Judd Baker
) fires on a Times Square crowd with his concealed Micro Uzi
fitted on a telescopic rig.
Before the drug raid, Det. Rydel opens his trunk that is filled with several weapons.
At the top can be seen a Ruger Mini 14, a Smith & Wesson M76 on the right, the Ithaca 37 custom short barrel and two MKII hand grenades.