Shoot to Kill
Shoot to Kill is a 1988 thriller directed by Roger Spottiswoode and stars Sidney Poitier as Warren Stantin, a veteran FBI agent who teams up with mountain guide Jonathan Knox (Tom Berenger) to track down a group of hikers, one of which may be a serial killer. The film also stars Andrew Robinson, Clancy Brown, and Kirstie Alley.
The following weapons were used in the film Shoot to Kill:
An SFPD officer is seen drawing a Colt Python during the opening standoff.
Steve (Clancy Brown) is seen holding a Colt Government on FBI Special Agent Warren Stantin (Sidney Poitier) in the film. The handgun is referred to early on in the film by FBI Special Agent Warren Stantin (Sidney Poitier) as a "9mm automatic".
Smith and Wesson Model 586
A Smith and Wesson Model 586 is carried by FBI Special Agent Warren Stantin (Sidney Poitier) in the film. (At the time, personally owned .357 and .38 spl revolvers were allowed for FBI agents under supervisor's permission, when this agency still used wheelguns.)
Mauser 98 Sporter
A SWAT sniper is seen armed with what appears to be a Mauser 98 Sporter.
An FBI agent is seen carrying an M16 during the opening standoff.
Another sniper is seen with a Remington 700.