The following weapons were used in the film The Guard:
Smith & Wesson Model 686
Liam O'Leary (David Wilmot) uses a Smith & Wesson Model 686 during the confrontation with Garda Aidan McBride (Rory Keenan). He then uses it to hold Garda Sergeant Gerry Boyle (Brendan Gleeson) at gunpoint when attempting to eliminate him at his house.
Smith & Wesson Model 686 4" Barrel - .357 Magnum.
Liam with his Model 686 during the confrontation with Garda McBride.
Liam holds Sergeant Boyle at gunpoint with his Smith & Wesson Model 686.
As Sergeant Boyle's held at gunpoint, Liam reveals the mystery behind the murder of McCormack.
Liam continues to talk as he points the gun dangerously close to his face.
Sergeant Gerry Boyle (Brendan Gleeson) uses a Glock 19 in the final shootout at the end of the film. A Glock 19 can also be seen in the car trunk full of confiscated weapons.
Glock 19 (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm
A Glock 19 can be seen to the right of this screenshot.
Sergeant Boyle reloads his Glock 19 while investigating the cocaine smuggling site.
Sergeant Boyle mows down a cocaine smuggler with his Glock 19.
An unknown variant of the Beretta 92 can be seen in the car trunk.
A Beretta can be seen under the Kalashnikov magazine.
An unknown revolver can be seen in the car trunk and is right above the Type 56-1.
A revolver can be seen above the Type 56-1.
Clive Cornell (Mark Strong) uses a SIG-Sauer P226 akimbo with a Colt Police Positive during the final shootout at the cocaine smuggling site.
SIG-Sauer P226 pistol chambered in 9x19mm.
Cornell with his SIG-Sauer P226 while taking cover behind a pick-up truck.
Cornell wields his P226 with a Colt Police Positive.
Despite being wounded, Cornell continues to fire his dual sidearms.
Colt Police Positive
The cocaine smugglers use Colt Police Positives during the final shootout near the end of the movie. Cornell later takes one from a slain cocaine smuggler and wields it akimbo with his SIG-Sauer P226.
Colt Police Positive with 4" Barrel - .38 spl
A cocaine smuggler fires his Police Positive at Sergeant Boyle.
The same cocaine smuggler firing his Police Positive before being cut down by Everett's (Don Cheadle
) Zastava M70B1.
Another cocaine smuggler firing his revolver at Sergeant Boyle.
Cornell wields his P226 with a Colt Police Positive.
At least one cocaine smuggler uses a Beretta 92FS during the final shootout. In a continuity error, Francis Sheehy (Liam Cunningham) uses a Beretta 92FS instead of a stainless Taurus PT92.
A cocaine smuggler fires his Beretta 92FS "gangster style" at Sergeant Boyle.
In a continuity error, Sheehy uses a Beretta 92FS instead of a stainless Taurus PT92.
Francis Sheehy (Liam Cunningham) uses a stainless Taurus PT92 during the final shootout. In a continuity error, the pistol is instead the Beretta 92FS. The Taurus can be distinguished by its trigger guard.
Taurus PT92AFS (Stainless) - 9x19mm
Sheehy fires his Taurus at Sergeant Boyle. Note the wood grips.
Sheehy pretends to surrender as he returns fire.
A wounded Sheehy with his Taurus PT92AFS.
Sheehy with his Taurus as he gets shot.
Cobra Big Bore Derringer
When Eugene reports to Sergeant Boyle about a mysterious duffel bag, Eugene can be seen carrying a Cobra Big Bore Derringer (a modern pistol based on the Remington 1866 Derringer) before being relieved of it by Sergeant Boyle. It is also used by Sergeant Boyle (Brendan Gleeson) during the confrontation with Liam (David Wilmot). It can be noted that the Derringer is inaccurately described as the weapon that was used to assassinate Abraham Lincoln which is not possible as the pistol in question was not made until 1982. The pistol on which it is based (and in this case likely standing in for), the Remington 1866 Derringer, was also not invented at the time being released in 1866. The actual weapon used during the assassination was a Philadelphia Derringer, however the confusion could be caused by both guns having the word "Derringer" in their names.
Cobra Big Bore Derringer - .38 Special
Eugene with the Cobra Big Bore Derringer as he is forced hand it over to Sergeant Boyle.
Sergeant Boyle points the Cobra Big Bore Derringer at a dog that happens to be so close to Eugene, which is something that a trained police officer wouldn't actually do in reality.
Although it does not make an appearance in the film, the Walther P38 can be seen on several promotional posters of the film.
Walther P38 pistol (manufactured at the Mauser Factory) - World War II dated - 9x19mm
A Walther P38 can be seen at the top of the poster.
12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun
A possible 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun was used by Billy Devaney (Owen Sharpe) to assault Joey Brennan in footage from a security camera.
Charles Parker 1878 Side by Side Shotgun - 12 Gauge.
Devaney melees Brennan in the face with the butt of the shotgun
Agent Everett (Don Cheadle) uses a Zastava M70B1 given to him by Sergeant Boyle to provide covering fire for him as he advances to the cocaine smuggling boat. A non gun replica of the AK replaces the Zastava during the part where Sergeant Boyle rests the AK against a concrete wall.
Zastava M70B1 fixed stock rifle - 7.62x39mm
Everett mows down several cocaine smugglers with his M70B1.
Everett continues to fire his Zastava as he advances.
Everett reloads his assault rifle.
Norinco Type 56-1
When Colum Hennessey (Pat Shortt) shows Sergeant Boyle a car trunk full of confiscated weapons, a Norinco Type 56-1 can be seen in the car trunk. During the movie, a duffel bag full of Type 56-1s is discovered by Eugene and confiscated by Sergeant Boyle.
Norinco Type 56-1 (under-folding stock variant) - 7.62x39mm
A duffel bag with Norinco Type 56-1s poking out.
A Type 56-1 in the car trunk.
In addition to the Norinco Type 56-1, an Armalite AR-18 can be seen in the car trunk.
An AR-18 can be seen at the top of this screenshot.
AK-47 Non Gun
A non gun replica of the AK-47 replaces the Zastava M70B1 in the scene where it rests against a concrete wall during the final shootout at the end of the film.
The non gun AK rests against a concrete wall as Sergeant Boyle and Agent Everett continue to argue.