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Heckler & Koch P30


I think this just might be it's first ever appearance. Sweet! - Thomas

If thats not a P30 then i don't know what it is.--Spades of Columbia 23:17, 15 October 2010 (UTC)

Taken from Hawaii Five-0

It is a 100% without a doubt an H&K P30 if you look on the faster movie site you get a much better look at the weapon.

As a P30 owner, That is definitely a P30. Probably the 9mm version since the .40 hasn't been on the US market for a year yet. Good gun, feels like it was made for your hand when you hold it.

The Closet

it looks like there are two browning hi-powers and a walther p99 in the closet as well.--Spades of Columbia 17:13, 29 October 2010 (UTC)

- It looks to be a Smith & Wesson SW99 from the rounded trigger guard, smoother slide, and a different pattern on the grip.


To the left of that looks to be a 3rd gen S&W pistol with a rounded trigger guard, possibly a .45 due to the flat backstrap (S&W 4566?). On the far right bottom there looks to be another 3rd gen S&W, this one with a stepped trigger guard, rounded backstrap, and adjustable sights, Possibly a 5904. -Alex T.


In the trailer, muzzle flashes from Dwayne's Ruger appear to be CGI.

Glock 17s

Saw it yesterday, I think the Cop uses a 2nd generation Glock 17 while the Assasin uses a 3rd generation model.

Not trying to be rude to the creator of this page

But there's no point in pixelating the face of the person who shot Driver, because it lists on Billy Bob Thornton's IMFDB page that he uses a Smith & Wesson Model 15 in the role of Cop in this film. Desertrat17 (talk) 11:40, 2 December 2012 (EST)Desertrat17

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