Fate of the Furious, The
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The Fate of the Furious (aka Fast & Furious 8) is the eighth installment in The Fast and the Furious film franchise. The 2017 sequel finds Dom (Vin Diesel) betraying his team and appearing to return to a life of crime while under the influence of a mysterious woman known as Cipher (Charlize Theron). The film was directed by F. Gary Gray, who is reunited with some of his cast from The Italian Job (Jason Statham and Theron) in addition to Diesel (whom he directed in 2003's A Man Apart). New cast members to the series include Helen Mirren and Scott Eastwood.
The following weapons were used in the film The Fate of the Furious:
Akai 2011 Race Gun
Cipher's henchman Connor Rhodes (Kristofer Hivju) briefly uses a suppressed Glock 17. Roman Pearce (Tyrese Gibson) uses a Glock 17 with stainless steel slide during the raid on the Russian naval base. He later picks up a standard Glock 17 from a Russian separatist and uses it to shoot the remaining ones on snowmobiles. The Glock 17 is also used by Cipher's henchmen in the airplane.
Glock 17 (TTI Combat Master Package)
In the Russian naval base, Luke Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) carries a Glock 17 customized with the Taran Tactical Innovations Combat Master Package.
Glock 41 MOS (TTI Fast 8 Combat Master Package)
Mr. Nobody (Kurt Russell) presents to Luke Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) a Glock 41 MOS customized with the Taran Tactical Innovations Fast 8 Combat Master Package. It is fitted with a Custom 45 Ultimate magwell, a TTI Fire Power Base Pad that extends the magazine capacity to 17 rounds, TTI fiber optics sights, a Trijicon RMR sight and a SureFire X300 weaponlight.
Kimber Warrior SOC (TFS)
Connor Rhodes (Kristofer Hivju) carries the SOC, TFS (Special Operations Capable, Threaded For Suppression) variant of the Kimber Warrior fitted with a SureFire X300 weaponlight as his personal sidearm.
Little Nobody (Scott Eastwood) uses a two-tone SIG-Sauer P229R as his main sidearm in the film. According to Xtreme Props, the slide was taken off of a stainless P229 Elite and put on a black frame P229R.
Strayer Voigt Infinity
During the assault on Cipher's airplane, Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham) uses a highly customized Strayer Voigt Infinity with a butler cut and 23-round magazines. It is chambered in 9x19mm, apparently reinforced for using hot-loaded competition "Major" rounds.
Wilson Combat BCM Gunfighter 1911
Prison guards use Remington 870 shotguns fitted with orange Magpul furniture and loaded with less-lethal rubber bullets. They are also briefly commandeered by Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham) and Luke Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson).
Heckler & Koch MP5A2
German police carry Heckler & Koch MP5A2 submachine guns when responding to the raid in Berlin, although this is only seen in the trailer, not in the final movie.
Heckler & Koch MP5KN
One of the soldiers uses a Heckler & Koch MP5KN in Berlin.
Assault Rifles & Carbines
The AKMSU is used by some of the Russian separatists pursuing the team.
One of the pursuers on snowmobiles uses what appears to be an AKS-74U.
BCM CQB-11 KMR-A10
BCM CQB-11 KMR-A10 carbines fitted with ACOG scopes and vertical foregrips are carried by some of Mr. Nobody's operatives.
BCM Recce-14 KMR-A13
What appears to be a BCM Recce-14 KMR-A13 is used by one of Mr. Nobody's operatives.
Micro Draco AK Pistol
The FSO agent protecting the Russian Minister of Defense uses a 6" barrel Century Arms Micro Draco AK Pistol modified with Magpul MOE grips, hand stop, PMAG, quad rail and wire folding stock.
TTI BCM TR-1 SBR
Letty (Michelle Rodriguez) uses an 8" barrel Taran Tactical Innovations BCM TR-1 SBR fitted with a Magpul PMAG D-60 drum magazine, Larue Tactical 4XDOS mount, Trijicon VCOG, offset RMR, SureFire X300 weaponlight and a Magpul sling.
One of the Russian separatists uses a Zastava M70AB2 at the entrance of the naval base.
Russian separatists on snowmobiles use Zastava M92 rifles modified with Magpul MOE handguards and Magpul Zhukov buttstocks.
LaRue Tactical PredatOBR 7.62
Connor Rhodes (Kristofer Hivju) uses an 18-inch barrel LaRue Tactical PredatOBR 7.62 to snipe at Dom's team from afar. It is fitted with a Schmidt & Bender PMII 5-25x56 scope in Larue Tactical LT845 QD mount, a Harris BRM-S bipod with LT706 QD swivel mount, a Magpul PMAG and backup sights.
Browning M2 Aircraft
The Ripsaw MS2 tank driven by Tej (Chris "Ludacris" Bridges) has a remotely-operated Browning M2 Aircraft mounted via an M153 CROWS system. The weapons seems to have been mocked up to resemble an FN GAU-21, though the rear buffer is one of the elements that give away its identification as an M2. It has a harpoon gun mounted on it.
Several of the vehicles that chase the heroes across the frozen bay have DShK machine guns mounted on the roof.
One of the vehicles guarding the Russian official in New York is armed with an M134 Minigun. It is affixed to a collapsible mount that unfolds from the vehicle's sunroof, similarly to the shortened M134 used by Reyes' henchmen at the end of Fast Five.
PKM machine guns are mounted at the entrance of the naval base.
A helicopter in the Russian naval base is fitted with an unidentified autocannon.
When infiltrating Mr. Nobody's headquarters, Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and Cipher (Charlize Theron) use a pair of devices that launch projectiles, which Cipher describes as next-generation concussion grenades that scramble one's senses and wear off after an hour.
Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) uses an explosive charge to blow up a door inside the headquarters. The charge itself is only visible in a trailer, not in the final movie.
The Fast and the Furious Franchise
|Original||The Fast and the Furious (2001) • 2 Fast 2 Furious (2003) • The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006) • Fast & Furious (2009) • Fast Five (2011) • Fast & Furious 6 (2013) • Furious 7 (2015) • The Fate of the Furious (2017) • F9: The Fast Saga (2021)|
|FF Presents||Hobbs & Shaw (2019)|