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Taxi 4 (also stylized as T4xi) is the 2007 French action-comedy that is the fourth installment in the Taxi film series. Emilien (Frédéric Diefenthal), the clumsy police inspector and Daniel the taxi-driver team up once again. This time to recapture wanted Belgian criminal Fénimore (Jean-Luc Couchard) who escaped after fooling Emilien. Like the previous films, Taxi 4 was written by Luc Besson (Léon).
The following weapons were used in the film Taxi 4:
One of the Marseille Police carries a Beretta 92FS holstered. The weapon is also used by Fénimore (Jean-Luc Couchard) and one of his henchmen, and one is seen in his weapons cache. During the Marseille Police's raid on his mansion, Fénimore wields a pair of 92FS pistols after his Micro Uzis are emptied. (Note: the gun can also be a PAMAS G1.)
Beretta 92FS Inox
Emilien (Frédéric Diefenthal) uses a sub-compact Glock 26 throughout the whole film, replacing his signature P228 from the previous titles. It is later taken by Serge (François Damiens), and given to Fénimore (Jean-Luc Couchard).
Heckler & Koch USP .45
A Heckler & Koch USP .45 is seen in Fénimore's weapons cache.
What appear to be Manurhin F1 revolvers are carried by some police officers, including "la taupe" (Jean-Louis Barcelona), who holds one in the director's cut.
SIG Pro SP 2022
One of the Marseille Police officers uses a SIG-Sauer P230.
A Steyr M9-A1 is seen in Fénimore's weapons cache.
One of Fénimore's henchmen uses an unidentified M1911 variant.
The veterinarian (Boris Napes) uses some kind of air gun fitted with an antidote dart to counteract the effects of the hypodermic pistol.
The FN P90 is used by the CRS.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
The Heckler & Koch MP5A3 is used by the CRS, and also by one of the soldiers during the meeting with General Bertineau.
Heckler & Koch MP5A5
One of Fénimore's henchmen uses a Heckler & Koch MP5A5. A CRS officer is also seen with an MP5A5.
Heckler & Koch MP5K
A Heckler & Koch MP5K is seen in Fénimore's wall of weapons, and used by Serge (François Damiens) during the raid. The MP5K is carried by the CRS as well. Additionally, in the director's cut, an MP5K is seen in a car inside the property of the Colombian (Miguel Eduardo Cueva).
General Edmond Bertineau (Jean-Christophe Bouvet) carries a MAT-49.
The Mini Uzi is used by the CRS during the assault on Fénimore's mansion.
An AK variant, possibly a Norinco Type 56-1, is seen at the Colombian's property.
Colt Model 610 (GAU-5/A)
One of the CRS officers uses what appears to be a GAU-5/A during the assault on Fénimore's mansion.
Colt Model 727
FAMAS G1 rifles with bayonets are carried by the army at the end.
One of Fénimore's henchmen uses a Galil MAR.
Heckler & Koch G36C
One of the CRS officers carries Heckler & Koch G36C at the end.
SIG SG 550
A SIG SG 550 fitted with a scope is seen in Fénimore's weapons cache.
SIG SG 551
SIG SG 551 rifles are carried by the military during the meeting with General Bertineau; some of them are fitted with underbarrel grenade launchers.
SIG SG 552
The SIG SG 552 is also carried by the military, and by one of the CRS officers at the end as well.
A CRS officer is seen armed with a Benelli M4 at the film's end.
FN Minimi Para
A BGM-71 TOW missile launcher can be seen mounted no the roof of one of the CRS Panhar VBL armored vehicles.
During the raid at the end, Commissaire Gibert (Bernard Farcy) uses a fictional rocket launcher dubbed "LMC-X10" with a capacity of 9 rockets.
M203 Grenade Launcher
An M203 grenade launcher is attached to the Colt Model 727 used by "la buse".
Several grenades are carried by "la buse" (Hugues Hausman), and are also seen in a crate at General Bertineau's place.
Two breaching charges are used by the CRS during the raid on the mansion.