Short Circuit

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Short Circuit (1986)

The following weapons were used in the film Short Circuit:


Winchester Model 70

Frank (Brian McNamara) arrives unexpectedly at the house of his ex-girlfriend Stephanie (Ally Sheedy) armed with a Winchester Model 70 bolt-action rifle mounted with a scope. He uses it various times to try and shoot Johnny 5, but each of his rounds are blocked by the robot.

Winchester Model 70 - .243 Win
The rifle in the car seat beside Frank.
Frank takes aim at Number 5.

M16 Rifle

M16 rifles are used by the Nova Robotics guards and the US Army soldiers hunting down Number 5.

M16 5.56x45mm
A Nova guard looking macho riding one-handed on the Ferret armored car with his M16 in his free hand. Same with the guy on the Ferret behind him.
Nova guards take aim with their M16s.

M60 Machine Gun

At the climax of the film, a US Army soldier brought in to reinforce the Nova Robotics security force can be seen firing on Johnny 5 with an M60 machine gun.

M60 machine gun 7.62x51mm NATO

M203 Grenade Launcher

One of the Nova Robotics security guards can be briefly seen with an M203 grenade launcher mounted to his M16 rifle at the climax of the film.

M203 grenade launcher 40mm mounted on M16A1 5.56x45mm

Colt Cobra

Duke (Marvin J. McIntyre), one of Skroeder's men, is seen pulling out a Colt Cobra from his ankle holster. This gun was apparently a replacement for the SIG-Sauer that was destroyed by Number 5.

Colt Cobra - .38 Special
Duke pulls his Colt Cobra out of an ankle holster.


AKM rifles were seen during the demonstration of the S.A.I.N.T. robots as the standard infantry rifle of the "dummy" Russian soldiers.

SIG-Sauer P226

At one point, Duke (Marvin J. McIntyre) pulls a semi-automatic handgun which Number 5 identifies as a "Colt .45 semiautomatic." The handgun appears to actually a SIG-Sauer, not a Colt. Number 5 pulls the gun from Duke's hand and proceeds to rip it apart, declaring it "Play-Doh!"

A factory black (K-Kote) SIG-Sauer P226 pistol chambered in 9x19mm.
Duke (Marvin J. McIntyre) points his "Colt .45" at Number 5.

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