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Menace II Society

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The following guns appear in Menace II Society:

Menace II Society (1993)

Colt Python

At the beginning of the film, when a younger Caine goes outside to hang out with Pernell (Glenn Plummer) during the scene set in 1978, Pernell shows Caine his Colt Python .357 Magnum.

Colt Python with 4" Barrel - .357 Magnum
Pernell takes his Colt Python back from a younger Caine after Caine tries to grab the gun.
Pernell plays with his Python.

Colt Detective Special

Caine's father, Tat Lawson (played by Samuel L. Jackson in cameo) uses a Colt Detective Special to kill a man (James Pickens Jr.) who owes him money during the card game scene set in 1978. An interesting goof is that Detective Specials hold only six rounds, yet he fires eight times.

Colt Detective Special - .38 Special
Tat aims his Colt Detective Special gangsta style at the man in his debt, who fearlessly insults him before he finally pulls the trigger.
"You owe me some money, motherfucker?!" Tat aims his revolver threateningly at one of his friends.

Beretta 92F

After the movie shifts back to 1993, the Beretta 92F becomes a very commonly-seen gun in the film. Caine (Tyrin Turner) carries a Beretta as his sidearm throughout the movie. Berettas can also be seen in the hands of LAPD officers, one of the carjackers, and one of the drive-by shooters at the end of the film. Due to a continuity error, O-Dog's (Larenz Tate) Glock 19 turns into a Beretta when Caine uses the gun to pistol whip Chauncy (Clifton Powell).

Beretta 92F - 9x19mm
A carjacker holds his Beretta 92F on Caine's cousin, Harold (Saafir) before killing him after Harold is hesitant to do anything about the situation.
Caine sets down his own Beretta as he plays video games with Anthony (Jullian Roy Doster).
Caine teaches Anthony how to aim with his Beretta just as Pernell had taught him.
Caine puts his Beretta away after being caught by Ronnie (Jada Pinkett Smith).
In one of the movie's most hilarious scenes, Caine carjacks a man (Martin Davis) with his Beretta...
...and then to add insult to injury, Caine also forces him to order him food from the drive-thru he stopped at.
O-Dogg's Glock turns into a Beretta when Caine uses it to pistol whip Chauncy.
One of Ilena's Cousin's friends loads his Beretta on the way to Ronnie's house.

Glock 19

O-Dogg's (Larenz Tate's) sidearm is a Gen 2 Glock 19 fitted with a Target rear sight, which he is famously seen using during the opening scene of the movie. Due to a continuity error, O-Dog's Glock 19 turns into other guns twice in the film. First, it becomes a Beretta 92F when Caine uses it to pistol whip Chauncy (Clifton Powell). Later, when O-Dog fires at the drive-by shooters at the end, his Glock becomes a SIG-Sauer P226.

Glock 19 (2nd Generation) - 9x19mm
What'd you say about my mama? O-Dog kills one of the Korean shopkeepers who insults him.
Caine takes O-Dogg's Glock 19 as he prepares to pistol whip Chauncy (Clifton Powell).
O-Dogg jokingly holds his Glock on Caine.
Caine, obviously not amused, scolds O-Dogg as he puts the Glock away.
O-Dog holds his empty Glock after the drive-by, despite the fact that he never technically used it. (Note that it is possible to read "Glock" on the base plate of the magazine if you enlarge this image to full size.)
Another shot of O-Dog's empty Glock as he stands over a dying Caine. In this image, it is easy to see the custom Target rear sight.

Taurus PT99 AFS

During the carjacking scene, Caine's cousin Harold (Saafir) reaches for a stainless Taurus PT99 AFS under the seat of his car. (IMFDB previously mis-identified this gun as the PT92, but the new Blu-Ray screencaps reveal that Harold's gun has the target rear sight of the PT99.)

Older-model Taurus PT99 AFS - 9x19mm
Harold slowly reaches for his Taurus PT99.

Desert Eagle Mark VII

A-Wax (MC Eiht) uses a two-tone IMI Desert Eagle Mark VII when he, Caine, and O-Dog execute the carjackers at the takeout food stand. It is believed to be the .357 Magnum version, as A-Wax fires 10 rounds (9 in the magazine + 1 in the chamber), but the prop weapon itself may be chambered in a larger caliber, since he fires 10 rounds over the course of three takes (during which it's possible that the gun was reloaded off-camera between the takes).

Desert Eagle MK VII - .357 Magnum
A-Wax shows off his Desert Eagle Mark VII on the way to the hit.
"Go in there, buck them niggas, and get the fuck out, and don't be playing."
A-Wax gesturing with his Desert Eagle while instructing Caine and O-Dogg on how to kill the carjackers.
"Hey homie, you need some help?"
A-Wax finishes off the surviving carjacker.

Smith & Wesson Model 3000

The shotgun that O-Dogg uses during the killing at the takeout place is a Smith & Wesson Model 3000. Although the shotgun has a pistol grip that accepts a folding stock, the stock has been removed. This gun is also used by one of the carjackers.

Smith & Wesson 3000 shotgun with black synthetic furniture and folding stock - 12 Gauge.
"Break yo'self, nigga!!" A carjacker holds his S&W 3000 on Harold.
One of A-Wax's friends (Too Short) jokingly holds a S&W 3000 on O-Dog before giving it to him.
O-Dog inspects the S&W.
He aims it in Caine's direction, who jumps back in fear.
O-Dog laughs at Caine's reaction.

Micro Uzi

One of the gang-bangers involved in the drive-by at the end of the film can be seen loading and then firing a pair of Micro Uzi machine pistols, using them akimbo. Due to a continuity error in the film, Ilena's cousin (Samuel Monroe Jr.) is also seen loading a Micro Uzi and then sticking it out the window of the car before the drive-by begins, but it changes to a TEC-9 as soon as the shooting actually starts.

Micro Uzi with 32 rd magazine - 9x19mm
Ilena's cousin (Samuel Monroe Jr.) loads up a Micro Uzi. When he starts shooting, it changes to a TEC-9.
A gang-banger loads one of his Micro Uzis...
...and then the other.
The same gang-banger dual wields two Micro Uzis gangsta style during the drive-by. If you look closely, the Uzi on the left appears to be equipped with a 25-round magazine while the one on the right appears to be equipped with a 40-round magazine.

SIG-Sauer P226

A SIG-Sauer P226 is used by one of the rival gang members during the drive-by shooting at the end of the movie (he uses it akimbo with a Beretta 92F). Due to a continuity error, O-Dogg's Glock 19 becomes a SIG P226 during the drive-by when he fires back at the shooters.

SIG-Sauer P226 - 9x19mm
A gang member fires a SIG P226 in his right hand, and a Beretta 92F in his left.
O-Dog's Glock turns into a SIG P226 during the drive-by sequence.

Intratec TEC-9

An Intratec TEC-9 is used by Ilena's cousin (Samuel Monroe Jr.) during the drive-by shooting at the end of the film. It is definitely an original TEC-9 and not the later TEC-DC9, because it has the sling loops on the end of the muzzle and receiver. A well-known continuity error is that when the shooter first sticks his gun out the window to fire, he has a Micro Uzi, but it changes to a TEC-9 as soon as the shooting actually starts.

Intratec TEC-9 - 9x19mm
Ilena's cousin's (Samuel Monroe Jr.) Micro Uzi turns into a TEC-9 during the drive-by. His homie in the backseat wields a SIG P226 (right hand) and a Beretta 92F (left hand).
Another view of Ilena's cousin firing his TEC-9.

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