The Town is a 2010 crime drama directed by and starring Ben Affleck as a Boston bank robber who begins to have feelings for a victim of one of his earlier heists. While the film was adapted from the book Prince of Thieves, Affleck acknowledged that the 1995 film Heat was a big influence (the film even shows Affleck's character watching the film). The cast includes Jeremy Renner, Jon Hamm and Pete Postlethwaite.
The following weapons were used in the film The Town:
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Doug MacRay (Ben Affleck) and James 'Jem' Coughlin (Jeremy Renner) both use Glock 17 pistols during the robbery at Fenway Park when they are disguised as police officers. An armored car guard and Boston Police Department officers are also armed with Glocks. In the extended cut DVD there is a scene in which FBI Special Agent Adam Frawley (Jon Hamm), Frawley's Boston P.D partner Dino Ciampa (Titus Welliver) and a large number of FBI Agents and Boston P.D. Detectives draw Glock 17 handguns on a poor decoy that Doug and his crew have utilized to fool the police just prior to the Fenway Park shootout.
A Generation 3 Glock 17 9x19mm.
A Cashcom guard carrying a Glock 17 ducks as Doug fires into the armored car.
Doug (Ben Affleck
) disguised as a police officer points a Glock 17 at security guards.
In a scene from the extended cut, FBI and Boston PD detectives draw their Glock 17s on a decoy sent to fool them.
Boston P.D partner Dino Ciampa (Titus Welliver
) on the left and FBI Special Agent Adam Frawley (Jon Hamm
) draw their Glocks on a suspect in a scene from the extended cut.
Beretta 92FS Inox
A Beretta 92FS Inox is seen lying on a table when FBI agents raid the apartment of Henry (Brian Scannell).
Beretta 92FS Inox - 9x19mm
"Jesus Christ, Henry! Oxy? Guns? It's like Townie Christmas!" In Henry's apartment, the Beretta 92FS Inox sits on a coffee table, next to some packs of oxycodone.
In an alternate ending to the film, a Beretta 92FS is held by the Latino thug who had previously encountered Doug.
In an alternate ending to the film, a Beretta 92FS
is held by the Latino thug who had previously encountered Doug.
Heckler & Koch USP Compact
Jem (Jeremy Renner) uses a H&K USP Compact to commit a murder during a flashback sequence.
Ruger P-Series pistol
Jem brandishes what appears to be a Ruger KP90 when he confronts Doug outside a cemetery. It is seen in the back of his waistband and then uses it to pistolwhip his friend at bay after they get into a fistfight.
A production image shows Jem as he holds a Ruger pistol, possibly a KP89 or KP90.
The pistol grip is seen as Jem scuffles with Doug.
The pistol is seen on the right.
Smith & Wesson SW1911PD
Fergie the Florist (Pete Postlethwaite) is seen opening fire with a Smith & Wesson SW1911PD during Doug's attack.
Smith & Wesson SW1911PD - .45 ACP. The one in the film has no tactical rail.
A subsequent shot shows the front serrations.
A SIG-Sauer P228 is seen being drawn out by a suspicious Fenway Park guard during Doug and Jem's standoff with the Fenway Park guards near the cash room.
During the armored car heist, the overeager guard who tries to use Doug as a human shield appears to be holding a P228, visible as he falls over after Jem releases a small burst to wound him.
A Fenway Park security guard draws his SIG on Doug and Jem after they pull out their Glock 17s, who force the guards to the ground and then zip-tie their hands.
Smith & Wesson Model 38
When Jem (Jeremy Renner) and Doug (Ben Affleck) go to the house of the Latino thugs who were harassing Claire (Rebecca Hall) earlier, Jem uses what appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 38 to threaten one of them and shoot him in his legs, and then they scatter cocaine all over the apartment to make it look like a drug deal gone wrong.
Smith & Wesson Model 38, aluminum-alloy-framed version of Model 49 - .38 Special
Jem points a Smith & Wesson Model 38 at a thug.
FBI Special Agent Adam Frawley (Jon Hamm) uses a Remington 870 with a shot shell holder during a raid at a local crack house and later at the shootout with MacRay and his crew at Fenway Park. Frawley's Boston P.D partner Dino Ciampa (Titus Welliver) uses the Police Magnum Riot version of the Remington during the same shootout.
Remington 870 Police Magnum with Black Synthetic Furniture - 12 Gauge
Remington 870 Police Magnum Riot Shotgun - 12 Gauge
FBI, state police and Boston Police gather outside of Fenway waiting to capture MacRay and crew during the movie's third set-piece robbery.
Agent Frawley fires his Remington 870 at Gloansy's ambulance car. Note the spare shell holder.
Frawley (on the right) has a synthetic Remington 870 while Dino (on the left) has a wood furniture model.
BPD Det. Dino Ciampa (Titus Welliver
) with a Remington 870 with wooden furniture.
Agent Adam Frawley and Boston PD detective Dino Ciampa with Remington 870s at the ready.
Winchester Model 1300 Defender
Rusty (Dennis McLaughlin) pulls out a Winchester Model 1300 Defender from under a drawer when Doug confronts Fergus Colm (Pete Postlethwaite), aka "Fergie the Florist", at his flower shop.
Winchester M1300 with extended tube and pistol grip - 12 Gauge
Rusty (Dennis McLaughlin
) pulls out a Winchester Model 1300 Defender when Doug confronts Fergie the Florist.
Submachine Guns & Machine Pistols
Jem (Jeremy Renner) fires a Intratec TEC-9 at Frawley when Frawley mentions his name.
Jem fires at Frawley with a TEC-9 concealed under his jacket. Note the two magazines taped "jungle style".
Jem discovers that that he depleted both of his magazines for the TEC-9.
A TEC-9 on a table in front of the camera.
IMI Mini Uzi
Jem is shown cleaning a Mini Uzi submachine gun in a publicity still, but not clearly seen in the film.
Mini Uzi SMG with stock folded - 9x19mm
Jem cleans the Mini Uzi
. This is not clearly seen in the film.
A MAC-10 is seen sitting on a bed in a publicity still. Desmond 'Des' Elden (Owen Burke) is briefly seen wielding a MAC-10 during the car chase in Charlestown. The MAC-10s in the film have the folding stocks removed.
Ingram MAC-10 open bolt submachine gun - .45 ACP
Dez wielding a MAC-10 when stunned by the appearance of a police officer sitting across the street from their switch vehicle, who has obviously noticed them, but after a few moments, turns away.
is seen sitting on a bed in a publicity still. This is not clearly seen in the film.
Heckler & Koch UMP
A Heckler & Koch UMP is carried by Doug MacRay (Ben Affleck) during the opening bank robbery scene.
Heckler & Koch UMP .45 ACP
Doug points his Heckler & Koch UMP at customers in the bank.
While Claire opens the safe, Doug holds his UMP on her.
Doug watches the front door.
Heckler & Koch MP5
Unknown if its an A2 or an A3, but a Boston SWAT officer can be seen with a surefire-mounted foregriped MP5 from afar.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 9x19mm with Surefire 628 dedicated forend weaponlight and safe-semi-two round burst trigger group
A Boston SWAT officer with an MP5A2/A3, as Frawley scans the scene looking for Doug and Jem.
Heckler & Koch MP5SD3
A Heckler & Koch MP5SD3 with a Navy trigger group and dual-magazines taped "jungle-style" is carried by Dez (Owen Burke) at the beginning of the Fenway Park shootout.
Heckler & Koch MP5SD6 9x19mm with Stock Extended and four-position trigger group. The Navy trigger group looks nearly identical, but lacks the three-round burst option.
A Heckler & Koch MP5SD3
with a Navy trigger group and dual-magazines taped "jungle-style" is carried by Dez (Owen Burke
) at the beginning of the Fenway Park shootout.
Dez disguised as a paramedic with his MP5SD3.
A close-up of Dez's MP5SD3.
DSA SA58 OSW Carbine
Doug MacRay (Ben Affleck) uses a DSA SA58 OSW Carbine with dual-magazines taped "jungle style" during the shootout with FBI agents and Boston Police at Fenway Park.
DSArms SA58 OSW Carbine 7.62x51mm
While disguised as a paramedic, Doug fires his SA58 OSW through the armored car's gun port.
Doug firing the SA58 OSW.
Another shot of Doug firing his SA58 OSW through the gun port of the armored car.
An SA58 is seen in a publicity still. Note where the actor's thumb while shooting.
During the opening bank robbery, Jem (Jeremy Renner) uses a standard M4A1 Carbine with no added features. Later in the film FBI and Boston P.D SWAT officers use M4A1s with various accessories during the Fenway Park shootout with MacRay and his crew.
Jem points his M4A1 at Claire (Rebecca Hall) during the opening bank robbery.
After hearing a customer at the front door, Jem points his M4 at the door.
Jem threatens and then pistol-whips the assistant manager for hitting the alarm.
Colt M4A1 Carbine with M68 Aimpoint reflex optic and Knight's Armament RAS railed handguard and vertical forward grip - 5.56x45mm
The SWAT officers standing behind Frawley and Dino have M4A1s, while Frawley and Dino have Remington 870s
An FBI SWAT agent at Claire's house with an M4A1 Carbine fitted with an M68 Aimpoint optic and an R.I.S. foregrip.
Two FBI SWAT agents with M4A1 Carbines with M68 Aimpoint optics, R.I.S. foregrips, and tactical flashlights aimed at Dez.
Heckler & Koch HK416
Doug (Ben Affleck) uses a Heckler & Koch HK416 with "jungle-style" taped magazines during the armored car heist. Later in the film Jem (Jeremy Renner) uses the H&K 416 during the Fenway Park shootout when he uses up all two mags of his AKMS. In a continuity error, we actually see Jem switch back and forth to his AKMS when reloading and when it was empty, then he grabs a 416.
Heckler & Koch HK416 with 10 inch barrel, 5.56x45mm NATO
Before the armored car heist goes down, as the crew's car is reaching its target, a little boy on the sidewalk happens to see Doug inside the car holding his HK416 with the barrel up.
Doug, crudely disguised as a nun, fires one-handed on the pursuing police.
Jem talks to Doug while cleaning his HK416 in a publicity still.
Production still of Ben Affleck without his mask or costume during rehearsal for the armored car stick-up.
SIG SG 551
During the opening bank robbery scene, Desmond Elden (Owen Burke) carries a SIG SG 551 assault rifle.
Dez walks past Doug (holding an H&K UMP in the background). Dez' SIG SG 551 can be seen dangling at his side in the foreground.
Dez runs downstairs with the security tapes, which he then ruins by microwaving.
Dez tells the others that the alarm has been tripped, while wielding the SG 551.
A Micro Galil is used by Gloansy in the opening bank robbery. The Micro Galil used by Gloansy appears to have a rail forearm, and is fitted with a C-More sight.
Gloansy prepares to smash a bank employee's computer with his Micro Galil's stock.
Gloansy prepares a fish bowl which will be filled with customers' cell phones. His Micro Galil dangles on a sling behind him.
Gloansy pours water into the fish bowl to destroy the cell phone batteries. The stock of the Micro Galil is clearly visible in this image.
During the armored car ambush Jem (Jeremy Renner) uses a RIS-equipped AKMSU carbine to wound an overeager guard trying to use Doug as a human shield and later uses it to fire on the BPD officers that give chase. When two police cruisers manage to corner them with a PIT maneuver, and an officer orders them out of their car, Jem releases a large burst of weaponfire, spraying up the police cars with bullet holes and also destroying the engine blocks, sending the officers scrambling for cover.
AKMSU with RIS handguard - 7.62x39mm
To escape after being blocked in with a PIT maneuver, Coughlin sprays up the squad cars with a burst of weaponfire. Gloansy on the right would probably be deaf if Coughlin fired the weapon this way in real life.
Jem mows down the police car with the AKMSU.
Jem uses his AKMSU to shoot down a guard that is holding a gun to Doug's back.
Two bank robbers with AKMSUs with dual-magazines taped "jungle style" in a wallpaper.
A shortened AKMS rifle is used by Jem to shoot at FBI SWAT Agents during the beginning of the Fenway Park shootout until he empties the weapon and switches to his HK416.
Jem fires his AKMS, which is distinguished by its front sight and underfolding stock. Magloan, left, is firing an AKU-94 bullpup.
Jem fires his AKMS at the SWAT pinning down the team.
Albert 'Gloansy' MacGloan (Slaine) is armed with an AKU-94 bullpup rifle with a red dot sight during the Fenway Park shootout.
AKU-94 with polymer magazine 7.62x39mm
Gloansy checks his AKU-94 bullpup. Note the Tec-9 in the background
A close-up of Gloansy's AKU-94.