|End of Watch
Theatrical Release Poster
|| United States
||Open Road Films
End of Watch is a 2012 crime thriller starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Peña as a pair of LAPD officers who find themselves the target of a merciless drug cartel. The film is in part seen through the video footage shot from the camera the officers carry wherever they go as well as by the cartel's own cameras. The film was directed by David Ayer (Street Kings), who insisted that Gyllenhaal and Pena go on numerous ridealongs with actual LAPD officers.
The following weapons were used in the film End of Watch:
Glock 22s fitted with Surefire X300 weaponlights are carried by nearly all the LAPD officers in the film, including Police Officer II Brian Taylor (Jake Gyllenhaal), Police Officer II Zavala (Michael Peña), Officer Davis (Cody Horn) and Officer Orozco (America Ferrara). Brian erroneously identifies his weapon as a Glock 19 in the locker scene near the beginning.
Police Officer II Brian Taylor (Jake Gyllenhaal
) shows off his Glock to the camera. He identifies it as a "Glock 19" despite the obvious "22" imprint.
A promotional image of Officer Taylor firing his weapon at the gang members during the opening shootout.
The Glock fitted with the weaponlight is seen in the holster of Officer Orozco (America Ferrara
Officer Taylor draws his Glock during a traffic stop. Note his proper trigger discipline and the visible X300 logo on the weaponlight.
Officer Zavala entering a residence with his Glock drawn.
Officer Taylor aiming his Glock with the weaponlight activated.
Officer Taylor taking cover during a gunfight.
Officer Taylor holds his Glock 22 on a suspect.
An officer opens fire with his Glock.
A high-resolution promotional image showing Officer Taylor armed with a Glock 22. Note the Glock slide markings.
Custom Colt Combat Commander
A custom ornately engraved and plated Colt Combat Commander is carried by a criminal who draws it during a traffic stop.
Looking at the pistol's magazine (laying on the table near the golden AK in the police office scene), it's a 9mm caliber.
Colt Combat Commander - .45 ACP
A criminal drawing the custom Colt Combat Commander during a traffic stop.
Officer Zavala examining the pistol, note the words "Combat Commander" which are just visible on the slide under the ejection port.
A full view of the pistol, showing the ornate grips.
Officer Taylor takes a custom engraved M1911A1 from a Sinaloa cartel member after discovering a house full of illegal migrants. Later, Big Evil (Maurice Compte) threatens one of his own men with an M1911A1 after his orders are questioned.
Custom engraved nickel plated Colt MKIV Series 80 with pearl grips - .45 ACP. This is the screen used pistol for Robert De Niro
playing Senator McLaughlin in the Robert Rodriguez film Machete
A custom engraved M1911A1
from a Sinaloa cartel member.
The cartel member also has a custom engraved Astra Constable strapped to an ankle holster.
Astra Constable (Engraved) - .380 ACP
The cartel member also has a custom engraved Astra Constable
strapped to an ankle holster.
Smith & Wesson Model 642
Taylor carries a Smith & Wesson Model 642 as his backup gun. It is only seen when Brian's girlfriend Janet (Anna Kendrick) displays it to the camera.
Smith & Wesson Model 642 Airweight - .38 Special
Brian's girlfriend Janet displays a Smith & Wesson Model 642
fitted with Pachmayr Compac Pro grips to the camera mentioning that she never fired a gun before, hoping that that could be their next date.
Several LAPD officers are seen throughout the film armed with Remington 870 shotguns sporting black synthetic furniture. Sarge (Frank Grillo) also fires a Remington 870 when confronting a heavily-armed group of gangsters.
Remington 870 with black synthetic furniture - 12 gauge
Several LAPD officers walk to their patrol cars armed with Remington 870s.
Officer Zavala safely carries his Remington 870 to his patrol car, with the slide back (showing the empty chamber), and with proper trigger discipline.
Officer Taylor loads his Remington 870 before he sets out on patrol.
Officer Davis (Cody Horn
) carries the Remington to her patrol car.
Sarge (Frank Grillo
) fires his Remington 870 at a group of AKMS-armed gangsters after responding to an urgent call for backup.
An interior shot of an LAPD patrol car showing a Remington 870 mounted on a bracket (between Officer Zavala and Officer Taylor). Something worth noting is that both officers appear to be correctly wearing body armor underneath their uniforms, which is a rarity in many police films. These were actual ballistic vests and not props, as insisted by the director. The man outside the car wearing the red jacket is Cle Shaheed "Bone" Sloan, an actor (and former gangster) who appears in many of David Ayer's films.
AKMS rifles are used by members of the Curbside gang. Officer Zavala can also be seen with what he calls "Liberace's AK", a gold plated AKMS with faux ivory furniture which he finds during a traffic stop. According to director David Ayer, the gold AKMS is a painted airsoft replica.
"I got a surprise for you. Liberace's AK
Officer Zavala discovers the gold plated AKMS during a traffic stop.
The gold plated AKMS laying on a table along with the custom Colt Combat Commander and a large amount of confiscated cash. Here you can see the 9mm M1911 magazine
A gangster readies his AKMS.
A shot of the muzzle end of several AKMS rifles, note the narrow front sight post and angled flash hider.
Several gangsters fire down at police with their AKMS rifles.
An LAPD officer fires an M4A1 during a gun battle with the Curbside gangsters.
Colt M4A1 Carbine - 5.56x45mm
An LAPD officer fires a M4A1 during a gun battle with the Curbside gangsters.
Colt Model 933
ICE agents who arrive after Taylor and Zavala uncover a house full of illegal migrants appear to be armed with Colt Model 933 carbines. The weapons are fitted with EOTech red dot sights, RIS foregrips, and VLTOR Modstocks.
Colt Model 933 with SIRS handguard, Aimpoint M68 CCO, and SureFire M900 WeaponLight foregrip - 5.56x45mm NATO
An ICE agent orders the officers to leave the scene while holding a Colt Model 933.
LAPD honor guards use M1 Garands during a funeral.