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So Close is a 2002 Hong Kong action film directed by Corey Yuen (The Transporter) starring Qi Shu, Wei Zhao, and Karen Mok.
The following weapons were used in the film So Close:
Taurus PT92 pistols are used by Lynn (Qi Shu) and Sue (Wei Zhao), as well as dozens of bodyguards and assassins.
Focus on the gun, and not how tiny Lynn's shorts are.
Lynn returns fire against the assassins.
Lynn lays down her empty PT92.
Sue puts down her empty PT92.
Glock 18C (airsoft)
Detectives Hong (Karen Mok) and Ma (Michael Wai) carry Glock 18C as service weapons. Lynn and Sue later get their hands on them as well. These are not real Glock 18Cs, but rather KSC gas-blowback G18C airsoft guns.
Glock 18C (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm
Det. Hong grabs Det. Ma's dropped G18C.
Det. Hong and Lynn in a standoff with Detective Ma and Sue in the middle.
Sue catches a hurled G18C.
Instead of a serial number, the serial number plate has "CQB911US", which identifies it as an airsoft gun.
This shot shows the ported barrel.
Det. Hong takes aim at Sue.
Detectives Hong and Ma are attacked by thugs with Tokarev TT-33s, one of which is nickel plated. These are also likely airsoft copies.
Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Pre-1947 version.
One of the thugs with his blued TT-33. Note the shape of the cocking serrations which is typical for pre-1947 version of TT.
The other with the nickel-plated TT-33.
Det. Hong forces the thug to shoot himself with his own gun. Given the close quarters and the fact that the gun doesn't cycle, this is most likely CGI muzzle flash.
PGM Ultima Ratio
Sue, and later Lynn use a PGM Ultima Ratio rifle to assassinate a target.
PGM Ultima Ratio Intervention with Leupold Mark 4 scope - 7.62x51mm NATO
The rifle next to an M1911 in Sue's command center.
High Standard Derringer
Lynn carries a High Standard Derringer in her purse, which she has to draw when she and her boyfriend are attacked by muggers.
High Standard Derringer, nickel plated with black plastic grips - .22 Magnum
The derringer in Lynn's purse.
The derringer now in her hand.
Various M1911-type pistols are seen throughout the film.
Colt Government Model M1911A1 - .45 ACP
An assassin (David John Saunders) kills Lynn and Sue's parents in a flashback.
Father (Henry Fong) goes down with an M1911 in his hand.
An assassin (Jude Poyer) takes aim at the girls.
An assassin takes aim at Lynn. This one appears to have adjustable sights.
Sue with a two-tone M1911 during the finale. Note the shape of the hammer. In a continuity error, this switches back and forth with a two-tone Browning Hi-Power
An assassin (Dave Taylor) with a SIG-Sauer P228 spares the lives of Lynn and Sue in a flashback. He later hands it off to Lynn.
The assassin shoots his fellow assassins for going after the girls.
The assassin hands Lynn his P228.
Lynn finishes off the final assassin.
Smith & Wesson 469
An assassin is armed with a Smith & Wesson 469.
Smith & Wesson 469 - 9x19mm
Sue's two-tone M1911-type switches back and forth with a two-tone Browning Hi-Power in a continuity error.
Classic Commercial Browning Hi-Power (Belgian Mfg) - 9x19mm
Sue, now with a Browning Hi-Power. Note the shape of the hammer.
Sue prepares to throw her empty Hi-Power.
A henchman drops a Beretta 92SB, which Sue later catches.
Beretta Model 92SB - 9x19mm (note rounded trigger guard and flat bottom magazine).
Lynn grabs what appears to be a fake pistol during her final shootout. It appears to be a hybrid of a Beretta 92FS and a Smith & Wesson 4506.
Beretta slide, S&W trigger guard and hammer.