|This Means War
|| United States
||Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
This Means War is a 2012 romantic action-comedy directed by McG and starring Chris Pine, Tom Hardy and Reese Witherspoon. Two CIA agents and best friends inadvertently begin dating the same woman and use their CIA skills and resources to both one-up and sabotage the other.
The following weapons were used in the film This Means War:
Both Franklin Delano Roosevelt "FDR" Foster (Chris Pine) and Tuck Hansen (Tom Hardy) carry SIG-Sauer P226 pistols. Karl Heinrich (Til Schweiger) uses one for much of the film as well.
Karl Heinrich draws his P226.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt "FDR" Foster (Chris Pine
) fires his SIG.
Karl Heinrich aims his P226.
Tuck and FDR aim their P226s.
Tuck after firing the P226. Since he only dropped one round into the chamber without the magazine, the slide would not be locked back.
The P226 next to FDR. Note the missing magazine.
Karl Heinrich comes in firing. Til Schweiger must be very well trained, as he manages to fire multiple rounds without even blinking, much less flinching.
FDR fires upon oncoming henchmen.
Some of Karl Heinrich's henchmen are armed with Glock 17s in both the final cut and alternate scenes.
2nd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm
A henchmen open fire on FDR and Tuck.
A henchmen guards FDR in the alternate finale.
Kimber Compact II
In a very quick shot, Heinrich's helicopter pilot (uncredited) draws what appears to be a Kimber Compact II.
Kimber Compact Stainless II - .45 ACP
Note the fixed rear sights, stainless finish, and wide slanted serrations.
This shot shows the length of th barrel.
One of Ivan's (Mike Dopud) henchman (uncredited) draws a Jericho 941.
Jericho 941 R (early model) - 9x19mm. The Jericho 941 F version moved the decocker from the slide to the frame
Ivan's henchman with his Jericho.
Smith & Wesson Model 36
Ivan (Mike Dopud) draws a Smith & Wesson Model 36 from an ankle holster.
Smith & Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special
A very clear shot of Ivan's S&W 36.
Tuck uses a Glock 19 to shoot down a MQ-9 Predator drone.
Glock 19 (2nd Generation) - 9x19mm
Tuck with his Glock 19 drawn.
Heckler & Koch MP7A1
Tuck grabs a henchman's Heckler & Koch MP7A1 in the opening gunfight.
Heckler & Koch MP7A1 with factory magazine and iron sights - 4.6x30mm
Tuck fires his MP7 while taking cover behind a body.
Sa. Vz.61 Skorpion
FDR fires a Sa. Vz.61 Skorpion during the ending of the theatrical/extended cut. It appears to be a remnant of an earlier cut, since in the theatrical/extended cut, he never obtains the Skorpion.
SA Vz. 61 Skorpion - .32 ACP
A henchman changes Tuck and FDR with his Skorpion in an alternate scene.
The henchman's Skorpion slides across the pavement towards FDR.
FDR swipes the Skorpion from the pavement. Since he did so from a moving Jeep, this appears to be a rubber or foam copy. Note how deep his thumb is penetrating the frame.
Heckler & Koch MP5A5
In a deleted scene, Tuck fires a Heckler & Koch MP5A5 with a KAC railed forend, RIS foregrip, UMP-style buttstock and ELCAN optic. (Most of the indoor scenes were filmed in the Vancouver area.)
MP5A3 with UMP stock, RIS foregrip, KAC railed forend, M68 Aimpoint red dot sight, and weaponlight - 9x19mm
Tuck with his tricked out MP5A5 and FDR with his tricked out M4A1.
Note the three-round burst option on the trigger group.
Sawn-off Remington 870 Field Gun
Ivan's henchman (uncredited) tosses Ivan a sawn-off Remington 870 Field Gun.
Remington 870 Field Gun with raised barrel ribbing and 28" barrel - 12 Gauge.
Remington 870 Field 12 Gauge with sawed-off stock and barrel.
Ivan catches the sawn-off Remington 870. Note the barrel ribbing.
Ivan prepares to fire the shotgun.
Tuck takes a Mossberg 500 from a henchman in an alternate scene.
Mossberg 500 with extended magazine tube - 12 gauge
A henchman guards Tuck in an alternate scene.
Tuck takes the henchman's shotgun.
FDR and Tuck use an M4A1 carbine in a deleted scene. The carbine is equipped with an ACOG, foregrip and weapon light. A henchman uses one in an alternate scene.
Colt M4A1 with 4 position collapsible stock, RIS foregrip, folding rear sight, and ACOG scope - 5.56x45mm
FDR fires his M4A1 in a deleted scene.
A over-the-shoulder shot of FDR and his M4A1.
Tuck tries out FDR's M4A1.
A henchman with his M4A1 in an alternate scene.
Tuck uses a Remington 700PSS modified to fire tranquilizer darts.
Remington 700PSS with Harris bipod - .300 Win Mag
Tuck with his Remington in a promotional photo.
Lauren (Reese Witherspoon) uses a flame thrower as part of her job as a product tester.
Lauren with her flame thrower.
Tuck takes Lauren (Reese Witherspoon) in one scene. Various types of paintball guns are seen.
Lauren with her paintball gun.
Lauren points the paintball gun in a very unsafe direction.
A good shot of Lauren's paintball gun as Tuck is doubled-over in pain.
Another paintballer uses a paintball gun based on an AR-15.
In an alternate scene, Tuck is forced to shoot FDR, but shoot him where he knows he keeps his spare magazines. While it's possible a pistol mag may have stopped a pistol round, it's unlikely the magazine would still be able to function afterwards.
FDR shows the magazine that stopped the bullet.