XIII: The Conspiracy
XIII: The Conspiracy is a 2008 television miniseries based on the comic book written by Jean Van Hamme and William Vance. The two part miniseries was a French-Canadian co-production that featured Stephen Dorff in the twin-role of assassin Steve Rowland and undercover agent Ross Tanner, who underwent plastic surgery to infiltrate the conspirators instead of Rowland (who had been killed by the conspirators). The miniseries co-starred Val Kilmer as La Mangouste and Greg Bryk as Colonel Amos. The movie is followed by XIII: The Series, a French-Canadian series.
The following weapons were used in the television series XIII: The Conspiracy:
As "XIII" confronts Calwin Wax (Jonathan Higgins), Wax reaches for a Kimar 911, an Italian blank-firing M1911 replica. The handgun can be easily identified as the Kimar 911 because of its unique thick wooden grips with large screw holes.
IMI Desert Eagle
Heckler & Koch Mark 23
Glock manufactured handguns of various versions are used throughout the series, mainly by the uniformed guards and security staff in second episode. During his escape, Dorff also seem to be using some model of Glock.
The Barrett M82A1M is used by Steve Rowland (Stephen Dorff) in the assassination attempt on President Sheridan. It can be identified by it having a lengthened accesory rail, not present on the earlier M82A1, and receiver mounted folding iron sights, which are rail mounted/concealed on the later M107.
During the Red Rock facility escape, prison guards use Elcan C79 equipped M4A1s.