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Hard Boiled (1992)

Hard Boiled is a 1992 Hong Kong action crime film written and directed by John Woo. The film stars Chow Yun-Fat as Tequila, a veteran Hong Kong Police Force inspector who takes on a crime syndicate that is smuggling arms through the city. Tony Leung Chiu Wai co-stars as Alan, a gangster on his way up in the syndicate whom Tequila cross paths with and discovers has more to his past than is seen on the surface. John Woo and Chow Yun-Fat would continue the story of Tequila in the video game Stranglehold.


The following weapons were used in the film Hard Boiled:


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Pistols

Norinco Type 54

Two Norinco Type 54 pistols (Chinese-made models of the Tokarev TT-33) are used by Inspector Tequila Yuen (Chow Yun-Fat) during the opening shootout in the tea house. He acquires these pistols when he smashes open a bird-cage which the pistols are being concealed by Hong Kong arms dealers selling them to customers in the tea house (the dealer specifically refers to them as Chinese-made guns, nicknamed "Black Star" due to the star logo).

Norinco Type 54 pistols also appear numerous other times in the hands of Johnny Wong's (Anthony Wong Chau-Sang) thugs, and Alan (Tony Leung Chiu Wai) carries a nickel plated model early in the hospital scene when he and Tequila are searching for Wong's arms cache (he tries to shoot Mad Dog with it).

Norinco Type 54 Model 213 with blued finish - 9x19mm
A gunrunner shoots a cop with his Norinco Type 54.
Tequila smashes a bird-cage (while not harming the birds) to reveal hidden Type 54 pistols. Note that the pistol on the right clearly has a frame-mounted safety switch, which is a feature unique to Chinese Tokarevs.
Tequila Yuen (Chow Yun-Fat) with his captured Type 54 at the ready.
Norinco Type 54 Model 213 with silver finish - 9x19mm
Alan (Tony Leung Chiu Wai) pulls his suppressed nickel plated Type 54 on Tequila (Chow Yun-Fat).
Alan cocks his Type 54.
Alan tries to shoot Mad Dog (Philip Kwok) with his Type 54.

Browning Hi-Power

A Browning Hi-Power is used in several scenes. Teresa Chang (Teresa Mo) takes one from a Hong Kong SDU officer and uses it to kill one of Johnny Wong's thugs in the hospital when he slaps her.

Classic commercial Browning Hi-Power - 9x19mm
Johnny Wong (Anthony Wong Chau-Sang) shoots a hospital employee in the name-tag with his Browning Hi-Power.
One of Johnny Wong's thugs pulls a Hi-Power on Tequila's head. It was strangely a Glock seconds ago.
Teresa Chang (Teresa Mo) shoots Wong's thug with a Hi-Power.

Davis P-32

A Davis P-32 pistol fitted with a homemade suppressor is used by Alan (Tony Leung Chiu Wai) to kill a traitor in his boss' organization. One of the detectives investigating the murder specifically refers to the weapon as a "Davis .32", indicating that it is definitely the P-32 and not the P-380 model (which looks very similar, but chambered for the larger caliber .380 cartridge). The P-32 is hidden in a hollowed-out volume of Shakespeare plays in a library and then returned to this book after the execution has been completed.

Davis P-32 - .32 ACP
Alan retrieves a Davis P-32 from a hollowed-out book in a library for use in a mob hit.
An extreme close-up of the P-32 as Alan fires it. Note that the slide markings confirm that this is a "Model P-32."

Taurus PT92

Although Hard Boiled is known as a film which prominently features the Beretta 92FS (like many Chow Yun-Fat and John Woo films), it is actually the Taurus PT92, the Brazilian counterpart of the Beretta 92F, which is most frequently seen in the film. You can tell when they're Tauruses because they have the frame-mounted safety, whereas the Beretta has a slide-mounted safety. Taurus PT92 pistols are wielded by Inspector Tequila Yuen (Chow Yun-Fat), by Alan (Tony Leung Chiu Wai) during his undercover work, and by many of Johnny Wong's thugs.

Taurus PT92AF (blued) - 9x19mm
Alan shoots his boss with his PT92, yet the safety is strangely on.
Alan pulls his PT92 on Tequila.
Taurus PT92AFS (stainless) with Slimline black factory grips - 9x19mm
Tequila screws a suppressor onto the stainless Taurus PT92 that he and Alan both use in the hospital.
Alan sets down the stainless PT92 while squaring off against Mad Dog during the hospital scene (note that the slide of the gun clearly reads "Taurus PT92 AF 9mm Para").
Alan's PT92 on the floor.

Taurus PT92CS

A Taurus PT92CS is seen in the background when a thug loads the MP5A3 in the armory check scene. This same gun is also visible on the pistol rack (seen below).

Taurus PT92CS - 9x19mm
A Taurus PT92CS circled in red.

Beretta 92FS

The Beretta 92FS is used in some scenes (but is not nearly as common as the Brazilian Taurus PT92 which is commonly mistaken for it). Alan attempts to pull a Beretta on Tequila during the scene where Tequila confronts him on his boat, but Tequila takes it and later uses it in a shootout on the dock. Tequila also has another Beretta 92FS during the hospital shootout after he gives his stainless Taurus PT92 to Alan in the elevator (where he gets this pistol is a mystery - both he and Alan were only seen taking PT92s from the arms cache while equipping themselves to take on Johnny Wong's thugs). Tequila is later seen using the same 92FS in the hospital, as evident by its wooden grips.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Tequila pulls Alan's own Beretta 92FS on Alan while confronting him on his boat. It is clearly a Beretta because it has a slide-mounted safety; this is one of the few scenes in Hard Boiled which a real Beretta 92FS is featured (in most other scenes, the Taurus PT92 is used instead).
Tequila calms the baby with a 92FS in his hand. Note the wooden grips in both images.

Steyr GB

Alan uses a Steyr GB pistol during the shootout on his boat, although when he takes the gun out of its hiding place, it appears to be a Beretta or Taurus-type pistol (a continuity error, undoubtedly).

Steyr GB - 9x19mm
Alan after executing a hitman sent to kill him with a Steyr GB pistol (visible at his side in his hand).

Heckler & Koch P7M13

In the final confrontation of the film, Johnny Wong (Anthony Wong Chau-Sang) comes out of the hospital holding Alan (Tony Leung Chiu Wai) hostage with a Heckler & Koch P7M13.

Heckler & Koch P7M13 - 9x19mm
Johnny Wong holds Alan hostage with a Heckler & Koch P7M13.

Little bit of trivia: The metal stuff you see in Tony's face is not make-up. During the hallway shootout scene, Tony was injured by a ballistics prop. The scene was originally going to be 6 minutes long but they stopped because of his injury. So that is real, not makeup.

Thompson Center Arms Contender

The Thompson Center Arms Contender single-shot pistol is used by Mad Dog (Philip Kwok) when Tequila and Alan raid Johnny Wong's arsenal. The Contender was also used by the lead villain in John Woo's next film, Hard Target.

Thompson Center Arms Contender with black synthetic furniture - .223 Remington.
Mad Dog loads a round into the Thompson Center Arms Contender.
Mad Dog (Philip Kwok) fires the Contender with an arm-rested shot.
Mad Dog drops what appears to be a .223Rem shell out of the Contender.

"Pre-B" CZ 75

The Czech "Pre-B" CZ 75 is used by many of Johnny Wong's thugs, including Mad Dog (Philip Kwok) during the hospital shootout. Mad Dog sets his pistol down in the hospital shootout when he prepares to fight Alan while giving a chance for the patients in the room to leave. It is interesting to note that, in this scene, the close-ups of the gun on the floor (after showing him set it down) actually show a Taurus PT92; however, it is a CZ 75 again when he picks it up later.

CZ 75 - 9x19mm
Mad Dog sets down his CZ 75 while squaring off against Alan during the hospital scene.
Mad Dog's CZ 75 lying on the floor.

Glock 17

Glock 17 pistols are used by several of Johnny Wong's thugs. One is being unloaded during an early scene in the arsenal.

2nd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm
One of Johnny Wong's henchmen ejects rounds out of a Glock 17 in the arsenal.
A thug pulls a Glock 17 on Tequila, while Alan pulls a Taurus PT92 on him.

Star 30M

A Star 30M is seen on the table when Johnny Wong's thugs are doing a weapons inventory.

Star 30M - 9x19mm
A Star 30M pistol circled in red.

Revolvers

Ruger GP100

Tequila's sidearm which he carries throughout the film is a blued-steel Ruger GP100 with a four inch barrel. In the warehouse scene, he attempts to kill Alan with it, only to discover he fired off all six chambers (despite in fact firing 10 shots throughout the scene). He later opens the gun and knocks out the empty shells in frustration.

Ruger GP100 - .357 Magnum
Tequila pulls his GP100 on Johnny Wong (Anthony Wong Chau-Sang).
In a classic John Woo scene, Tequila is armed with a Ruger GP100 as he engages in a "Mexican" standoff with Alan.
Tequila's GP100 clicks empty on Alan.
Tequila relaxes his hand before firing his GP100.
Tequila fires his GP100 at Mad Dog.

Taurus Model 85

The Taurus Model 85 is the standard sidearm of the Hong Kong police in the film (standing in for the Colt Detective Special). In the hospital scene, while encouraging his men to shoot at the police surrounding the hospital, Johnny Wong mockingly points out that, "A cop's just a human being with a gun, he's not immortal. They've got guns, we've got guns, too. But they just have .38s [sic]". In a moment of irony, as Alan frees himself from his hostage situation, Tequila eliminates the villain with a single shot to the eye from a patrolman's Model 85.

Taurus Model 85 - .38 Special
Benny (Bowie Lam) with his Model 85 during the tea house shootout.
Benny (Bowie Lam) wounds a bodyguard with his Model 85.
A cop shoots one of Wong's thugs with a Model 85.
A cop protects the people with his Model 85 in the hospital.
Tequila checks the cylinder of a Model 85.
Tequila raises the Model 85 to shoot Johnny Wong.
Tequila shoots Johnny Wong with the Model 85.

Smith & Wesson Model 10

HKPD officers outside the hospital are sometimes seen using Smith & Wesson Model 10 revolvers.

Smith & Wesson Model 10 revolver (Marked Royal Hong Kong Police Issue) with Police Lanyard Ring - .38 Special
An HKPD officer with his Model 10 at the ready.
An HKPD officer with his Model 10 at the ready.

Charter Arms Bulldog

One of the thugs in the hospital morgue looks to be using a pre-90s model Charter Arms Bulldog "Pug" with wooden grips in .44 Special.

Charter Arms Bulldog - .44 Special
A thug in the morgue with his Bulldog before being gunned down by Tequila and Alan.

Ruger Super Redhawk

A stainless Ruger Super Redhawk with a 9.5" barrel and fitted with a bulky 90s style laser sight (note the pressure switch on the grip) is seen lying under the Jatimatic.

Ruger Super Redhawk - .44 Magnum
A stainless Ruger Super Redhawk is seen under the Jatimatic.

Colt Python

A Colt Python is seen on the table while Johnny Wong's men check the armory weapons.

Colt Python with 6" barrel - .357 Magnum
A Colt Python circled in red. It was previously listed as a Colt Anaconda, however Anacondas are only available in stainless steel.

Submachine Guns

SWD M11/9

The SWD M11/9 is used by many of Johnny Wong's thugs. When Johnny Wong's men raid the arms warehouse, many (including Mad Dog) use M11/9s fitted with suppressors. They are noted by their slightly longer receivers. Some have MAC-11-style folding stocks, others don't. Alan (Tony Leung Chiu Wai) takes one out of the armory crate but never uses it.

SWD M11/9 - 9x19mm
Mad Dog (Philip Kwok) does room-clearing with a suppressed SWD M11/9.
Mad Dog with the M11/9.
Johnny Wong's men at the dock with their M11/9s.
A SWD M11/9 circled in red.
Alan (Tony Leung Chiu Wai) pulls an M11/9 out of the armory crate.

IMI Micro Uzi

Another weapon which is commonly seen in the film is the Micro Uzi machine pistol. The bodyguard whom Tequila exchanges gunfire (and finally kills) in the tea house shootout uses this weapon, as do many of Johnny Wong's thugs. Both Alan and Mad Dog use it in the warehouse scene, Alan to execute his boss' associates while Mad Dog tries to kill Tequila. And Johnny Wong himself uses one to cut down the patients standing between him and Alan during the hospital shootout before his massacre is stopped by Mad Dog.

Micro Uzi with folding stock - 9x19mm
The bodyguard with his Micro Uzi during the tea house shootout.
The bodyguard reloads his Micro Uzi in the tea house.
Alan holds a Micro Uzi in the warehouse.
Mad Dog reloads his Micro Uzi in the warehouse.

IMI Mini Uzi

A thug in the hospital shoots an officer on the rappel rope with a Mini Uzi before being gunned down.

Mini Uzi - 9x19mm
Johnny Wong's thug is gunned down with a Mini Uzi with the stock removed in his hand.

Calico M950A

A Calico M950A submachine gun is used by Alan during the hospital shootout.

Calico M950A with factory foregrip - 9x19mm
A Calico M950A in the armory crate.
Alan fires his captured M950A in the morgue.
Alan wields his captured Calico M950A during the hospital shootout.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

The Heckler & Koch MP5A3 appears numerous times in the film, mostly in the hands of Johnny Wong's thugs. Tequila uses one during his one-man assault on the warehouse (firing it at Johnny Wong's men as he rappels down from the roof of the warehouse), and both Tequila and Alan use an MP5A3 during the hospital shootout. MP5A3s are also used by Hong Kong SDU (Special Duties Unit) team which is deployed to the hospital.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3 - 9x19mm
A gangster slaps a magazine into an MP5A3 during a scene in Johnny Wong's arsenal where guns are being prepared.
Tequila disrupts the warehouse meeting with his MP5A3.
A Hong Kong SDU operator with his MP5A3 in the hospital.
A thug fires his MP5A3 during the hospital shootout.

Heckler & Koch MP5K

The smaller Heckler & Koch MP5K also appears in the film, used by both Johnny Wong's thugs and Hong Kong SDU team.

Heckler & Koch MP5K - 9x19mm
One of the thugs in the hospital opens fire at hostages when they run.
A thug drags a doctor to Johnny Wong with an MP5K in his hand.
A Hong Kong SDU officer fires his MP5K at Johnny Wong's thug after emerging upside down from a ceiling vent.

Beretta PM12S

The Beretta PM12S is used by at least one of Johnny Wong's thugs during the hospital shootout.

Beretta PM12S - 9x19mm
One of Johnny Wong's thugs gets shot while wielding his Beretta PM12S.

Jatimatic

A Jatimatic submachine gun is among the weapons visible on the table in Johnny Wong's arsenal during the scene where his henchmen are working on the guns. It is seen again in a crate that Alan breaks open when he's looking for a gun to use against Mad Dog.

Jatimatic - 9x19mm
A Jatimatic on the table in the arsenal.
A Jatimatic lies in an armory crate, circled in red.

Kimel AP-9

A Kimel AP-9 is used by one of Johnny Wong's thugs who gets shot by Teresa Chang (Teresa Mo) after he slaps her during the hospital shootout.

AA Arms/Kimel Industries AP-9 - 9x19mm
Teresa Chang (Teresa Mo) shoots a thug armed with a Kimel AP-9.

Shotguns

Ithaca 37

One of the HKPD officers at the end of the film approaches Johnny Wong's dead body with an Ithaca 37 shotgun at the ready.

Ithaca 37 - 12 Gauge
The HKPD officer approaches Johnny Wong's dead body, his Ithaca 37 at the ready.

Mossberg 590

The Mossberg 590 shotgun makes several appearances in the film. Tequila gets a hold of one with a Speedfeed stock, which he uses throughout the hospital shootout (in some cases, he manages to kill two bad guys simultaneously with only one shot!). Note: a heat shield and heavy barrel is what makes a 590 and not a 500, so it is not a "tactical" model.

Mossberg 590 - 12 Gauge
A good shot of the Speedfeed stock.
Alan pulls a Mossberg 590 on Tequila while trying to fool Johnny Wong's thugs into believing he's one of the security guards working in the hospital.
Tequila meets Hong Kong SDU officers with his Mossberg 590 and badge both at the ready.

Mossberg 500 Cruiser

Tequila Yuen (Chow Yun-Fat) uses a nickel plated Mossberg 500 Cruiser shotgun during the shootout in the warehouse. The magazine tube cap clearly shows it is a Mossberg 500 and not a 590 or a 590 Compact Cruiser. Heat shield is standard for the Cruiser, they aren't added to make them "tactical" shotguns.

Mossberg 500 Cruiser blued - 12 Gauge
Tequila Yuen (Chow Yun-Fat) loads his Cruiser.
Tequila fires his Mossberg 500 Cruiser.
Tequila fires his Cruiser at Alan. Note how it has a 500 style magazine tube cap, not a 590 style.

Mossberg 500 Bullpup

The Mossberg 500 Bullpup is used by several of Johnny Wong's thugs during the hospital scenes.

Mossberg 500 Bullpup - 12 Gauge
A gangster brutally kicks a patient while holding his Mossberg 500 Bullpup.
A thug fires his Mossberg 500 Bullpup at Alan.

Remington 870

Stockless Remington 870 shotguns with sawed off barrels are used by the hitmen sent to kill Alan on his boat. Full size 870s are also used by Hong Kong police officers sent to the hospital.

Remington 870 - 12 Gauge
The assassin armed with a compact Remington 870.
The assassin ejects the shotgun shell out of the Remington 870.
The assassin with his 870.

Franchi PA3

A Franchi PA3 is seen on the table while Johnny Wong's men check the armory weapons.

Franchi PA3 - 12 Gauge
A Franchi PA3 circled in red.

Cobray Street Sweeper

Near the end of the film, Johnny Wong (Anthony Wong Chau-Sang) is seen wielding a Cobray Street Sweeper (an American copy of the South African-made Armsel Striker) shotgun in the hospital shootout.

Cobray Street Sweeper - 12 Gauge
Johnny Wong (Anthony Wong Chau-Sang) wielding his Street Sweeper.
Johnny Wong fires his Street Sweeper at the wall.

Rifles

Colt CAR-15 variants

A Colt CAR-15 Commando-type rifle is seen being stripped and cleaned by one of Johnny Wong's thugs. Several gangsters and Hong Kong police officers are seen using this weapon as well. Most of them appear to be Model 654s and XM177E2s.

XM177E2 Carbine aka Colt Model 629 - 5.56x45mm
Colt Model 654 - 5.56x45mm
Johnny Wong's thug cleans the upper receiver of a Colt Commando.
Johnny Wong's thug armed with a Colt Commando.
A thug is seen wielding a Colt Model 654.
A thug is briefly seen in the background with his Colt Commando in the hospital.
An officer outside the hospital with his Colt Commando.
An officer armed with an unloaded Colt Model 654 (probably a real gun borrowed from a police department).

There is at least one CAR-15 in the film which, hilariously, has its front sight mounted upside down. It is reused in several scenes, visible in the hands of both the cops and the gangsters.

Commercial CAR-15 semi-automatic rifle - 5.56x45mm
An officer with his CAR-15. The front sight is fitted upside down for some reason.
One of Johnny Wong's men guards the people in the hospital armed with the same CAR-15 with the upside down sight.

AKMSU

Mad Dog (Philip Kwok) uses an AKMSU compact assault rifle during the scene in the arsenal (with magazines "jungle-taped" together), which he tries to use to kill Tequila and Alan with no regard for the fact that he risks destroying the weapons and ammunition stored in the arsenal. This gun can also be seen in the hands of other thugs in the hospital (which accounts for the fact that all of them also have two magazines "jungle-taped" together with red tape), and can also be seen lying on the table in the earlier scene in the arsenal where the guns are being cleaned and prepared.

AKMSU Krinkov - 7.62x39mm. This is a blank adapted full auto transferable AKM (7.62x39mm) pistol that was converted into a Krinkov via parts kit. Guns just like this one have been used in Tropic Thunder, Three Kings, and numerous other films and TV shows.
Mad Dog (Philip Kwok) fires the AKMSU at Tequila and Alan.
A thug on the hospital roof kills fleeing hostages with his AKMSU.
Johnny Wong's thug with his AKMSU.
A thug in the hospital fires his AKMSU at hostages.

AKM

Some AKM assault rifles are used by Johnny Wong's thugs and Hong Kong police officers. Tequila tries to strangle Mad Dog with one, but it switches to a Poly Tech Legend AK-47 in alternate shots.

AKM - 7.62x39mm
Tequila chokes Mad Dog with the AKM.
Note the open sights and slanted muzzle brake.
An officer armed with an AKM that clearly has no magazine inserted. Apparently police don't need loaded weapons!

Norinco Type 56

Chinese Norinco Type 56 rifles are seen in some scenes, first being loaded into packing crates in Uncle Hoi's arms warehouse, later in the armory, and still later in the hands of Johnny Wong's men.

Norinco Type 56 - 7.62x39mm
A worker loads a Chinese Type 56 rifle into a packing crate during the warehouse scene.
One of Johnny Wong's thugs brandishing his Chinese Type 56 rifle.

Norinco Type 56-1

One of the thugs in the hospital uses the folding stock model of the Norinco Type 56, the Type 56-1.

Norinco Type 56-1 - 7.62x39mm
A thug fires his Norinco Type 56-1 at Tequila.

Poly Tech Legend AK-47

A modern copy of a genuine AK-47 is briefly seen switching with the AKM Tequila chokes Mad Dog with. Noted by its open sights, regular muzzle brake, and .75" sight.

Poly Tech Legend AK-47 - 7.62x39mm
Now the rifle switches to a Poly Tech Legend AK-47.

M16A1

The M16A1 makes several appearances in the film, in the hands of Johnny Wong's men as well as Hong Kong police officers who arrive at the hospital scene.

M16A1 with 30 round magazine - 5.56x45mm
A police officer fires his M16A1 (right).
A thug about to be blasted, armed with an M16A1 during the hospital shootout.

M16A1/M203 Combo

Mad Dog (Philip Kwok) uses an M16A1 fitted with an M203 grenade launcher in the hospital shootout, which he uses effectively against the Hong Kong SDU team as well as Alan and Tequila. It is used much like an overpowered shotgun, so he may be utilizing buckshot cartridges. However, in the below image, Mad Dog is loading a CS gas (tear gas) shell instead of a buckshot or explosive round.

M16A1 5.56x45mm with M203 grenade launcher - 40mm
Mad Dog (Philip Kwok) fires his M16A1/M203 combo.
Mad Dog reloads the M203 on his M16A1.

Steyr AUG

A Steyr AUG rifle can be seen on the table in Johnny Wong's arsenal (with the barrel/forward grip unscrewed and lying nearby).

Steyr AUG - 5.56x45mm
One of Johnny Wong's thugs working on a Steyr AUG in the arsenal (visible in the lower right corner).

Heckler & Koch G3A3

A Heckler & Koch G3A3 rifle can be seen on the table in the arsenal. It might also be an HK91A2, but the rifle clearly has green furniture, and I'm pretty sure the HK91 was never available with this option (from the factory, at least). This same rifle is later seen lying on a crate when Alan and Tequila raid the arsenal.

Heckler & Koch G3A3 - 7.62x51mm NATO
Johnny Wong's thugs working on the weapons in the arsenal; the Heckler & Koch G3 can be seen along the lower part of the image, while one thug hands another an MP5A3. The muzzle of the G3 can also be seen in many of the other screenshots above.

Norinco Type 86S

One of the more unusual weapons to appear in the film is the Norinco Type 86S, a Chinese-manufactured bullpup model of the AK-47/AKM. It is used by many of Johnny Wong's thugs during the hospital scene.

Norinco Type 86S with straight charging handle - 7.62x39mm
A thug guides the hostages with a Norinco Type 86S in his hand.
A close-up of one of Johnny Wong's thugs firing his Type 86S.
One of Johnny Wong's men goes down firing his Type 86S after being hit by Tequila's Mossberg shotgun.

Others

M72 LAW

When the police surround the hospital, several of Johnny Wong's thugs begin firing M72 LAW rocket launchers at their cruisers. Many of these launchers are also seen on the racks in the arsenal.

M72 LAW - 66mm
M72 LAWs lying on the racks in the arsenal.
One of Johnny Wong's men blows up a police cruiser with his M72 LAW.
Another thug fires his M72 LAW out of a hospital window.

Mk 2 Hand Grenade

Mad Dog uses Mk 2 Hand Grenades to clear out the warehouse of workers and in the hospital. Tequila also uses one to ambush the thugs in the hospital morgue.

Mk 2 hand grenade.
Mad Dog pulls the pins of his Mk 2 grenades with his teeth, despite the 5 pound ring pull.

M26 Hand Grenade

Tequila uses an M26 hand grenade during the warehouse shootout, blindthrowing it at Mad Dog.

M26 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade.
Tequila pulls the pin of his M26 hand grenade.

Unknown Smoke Grenade

Used by Tequila during the warehouse scene when he attacks Johnny Wong's gang.

Weapons Cache

The Pistol Rack

A rack containing a number of pistols is seen behind Johnny Wong (Anthony Wong Chau-Sang) during the first scene in the arsenal. On the counter is an M1911 type pistol, possible an airgun as evident by the C02 screw cap in place of a magazine well. I see Tequila's Ruger GP100, a SIG-Sauer P230, a Walther PSM, a Makarov PM, a Glock 17, a CZ-75, a Steyr GB, and many more too hard to see. The Taurus PT92C is on the bottom right.

The pistol rack is seen.
An M1911 airgun circled in red.

There is no Walther PSM. There is a Russian handgun created called the PSM that resembles a PPK, but they differ in size and cartridge fired, and there is a Walther P5, a PPK, a PP, a PPK/s, and all these weapons resemble each other, but there is no Walther made PSM.

Underground Hospital Armory

M16A1

M16A1 with 30 round magazine - 5.56x45mm
M16A1 rifles circled in red. Also seen is an AKM and the Mossberg 590 which Tequila uses.

M60 machine gun

M60 machine gun - 7.62x51mm NATO
The M60 circled in red.

Mossberg 500 Bullpup

Mossberg 500 Bullpup - 12 Gauge
A Mossberg 500 Bullpup crudely circled in red. Note full size Uzi to far right.

Heckler & Koch G3A3

Heckler & Koch G3A3 - 7.62x51mm NATO
The Heckler & Koch G3A3 crudely circled in red.

AK-74

Based on the briefly seen stock, this gun could be an AK-74 as evident by the grooves cut into the stock.

AK-74 (note grooves in stock) - 5.45x39mm
An AK-74 stock is visible in the armory.

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