State Of Grace
State of Grace is a 1990 crime drama starring Sean Penn as Terry, a once hood-turned-cop trying to infiltrate the gang he left. While back in the gang Terry's friendship with his friend Jackie (Gary Oldman) is rekindled, making it only harder to rat on Jackie and his brother Frankie (Ed Harris), who runs the gang. State of Grace is an excellent crime drama that didn’t gain a lot of fame due to the release of other higher profile "gangster" films during that year (Goodfellas and The Godfather Part III).
The following weapons were used in the film State Of Grace:
Smith & Wesson Model 6906
Terry uses what appears to be a Ruger SP101 revolver as a back up weapon. Although given to him at the same time as the Smith & Wesson 6906 at the start of the film, he only uses it during the bar shootout.
Charter Arms Bulldog
Smith & Wesson Model 36
When Terry and Jackie get into a fight, Terry removes a M1911A1 pistol from one of Borelli's men (Vincent Guastaferro) that he fights. He throws the pistol into the river and tells the man that he hopes that was his favorite gun.
Pat uses a suppressed Ruger MkII pistol to kill the bartender.
Jackie and various other members of the gang acquire MAC-10 submachine guns when providing security for Frankie. While they wait for Frankie to call them, Jackie continually plays with his MAC-10 by cocking and dry firing it.
When the gang leaves the loft to go check on Frankie, Tommie (Thomas F. Duffy) is briefly seen carrying an Uzi submachine gun. Also seen when Tommie breaks down Terry's apartment door later in the film.
During the bar shootout a gang member uses a Remington 870 with a pistol grip and rifle sights.
During the bar shootout, Tommie (Thomas F Duffy) pulls out a Tanfoglio TZ-75 pistol. The pistol only appears for a second or two but can be distinguished by its triggerguard, frame, and backstrap.