Narc is a 2002 crime drama directed by Joe Carnahan and starring Jason Patric as Detective Tellis, a former undercover Detroit narcotics officer who is assigned to an unsolved murder of a fellow undercover. Tellis pairs up with the slain officer's partner Detective Oak (Ray Liotta), who is willing to push it to the limit to find out who is responsible.
The following weapons were used in the film Narc:
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Beretta 92FS Inox
Detective Tellis (Jason Patric) carries a Beretta 92FS Inox as his sidearm. It is seen and used extensively throughout the film.
Beretta 92FS Inox - 9x19mm
Tellis firing his Beretta Inox at the range.
Tellis loading a magazine into his Beretta Inox.
Tellis with his Beretta Inox.
Tellis firing his Beretta Inox.
Beretta 92FS Inox Non Gun
Detective Tellis is seen using a Beretta 92FS Inox "Non Gun" during the opening chase scenes.
Tellis holding the non gun while chasing a suspect.
Tellis fires the non gun.
Colt MK IV Series 70
After losing his Inox, Tellis also uses a Colt MK IV Series 70 at the end of the film, which he finds in his partner's glove compartment.
Colt 1911 Series 70 - .45 ACP.
Tellis with Oak's Colt Series 70.
Tellis using Oak's Series 70 to shoot open a lock.
Colt King Cobra
Detective Oak (Ray Liotta) carries a Colt King Cobra revolver as his sidearm. Oak later finds the Colt King Cobra belonging to his dead partner Calvess (Alan Van Sprang).
Colt King Cobra with 4" Barrel - .357 Magnum
Oak firing his King Cobra at the range.
Oak points to the bloodstains on Calvess's revolver.
Oak holds up Calvess's revolver.
Oak with the Colt King Cobra.
Smith & Wesson Model 686
Calvess's revolver appears as a Smith & Wesson Model 686 in flashback sequences. This is despite the fact that Oak clearly points to a Colt King Cobra and identifies it is Calvess's gun in parts of the film.
Smith & Wesson Model 686 with 2 1/2" Barrel - .357 Magnum
Calvess reaches for his S&W 686.
Calvess has his own S&W 686 pointed to his head.
During a flashback Oak is seen carrying an unknown Glock pistol, possibly a Glock 17.
Oak in a flashback with a Glock pistol.
Oak's Glock in his holster.
Winchester Model 1300 Defender Shotgun
Oak also uses a Winchester Model 1300 Defender shotgun several times throughout the film.
Winchester Model 1300 Defender - 12 gauge
Oak loading his Winchester 1300.
Oak with his Winchester Model 1300.
Oak firing the Model 1300.
Oak pointing his Winchester Model 1300.
Sheps (Bishop Brigante) pulls a concealed FIE Titan on Tellis and Oak, a poor decision on his part.
FIE Titan Pocket Pistol - .25 ACP
Calvess appears to use a blank-firing EKOL Tuna in a flashback.
EKOL Tuna - 8mm P.A. blanks
Calvess firing the compact pistol in a flashback.
Mossberg 500 Cruiser
A six-shot Mossberg 500 Cruiser is discovered by Oak and Tellis at a grizzly crime scene, and proves to be a vital clue.
Mossberg 500 Cruiser - 12 gauge
The Mossberg is booked into evidence
When searching Shep's house, Tellis finds several small pocket pistols hidden in his refrigerator next to the bagels and doughnuts. The pistols are in plastic baggies and are only visible for a brief moment.
Tellis: "Whoa, bagels and guns!"
Tellis picks up one of the baggies containing a pistol.
Pistols next to Sheps's bagels/doughnuts.
Darnell (Busta Rhymes) uses what appears to be a MAC-11 submachine gun during the film. Due to the fact that you never see the weapon up close it is extremely hard to identify.
RPB Industries M11A1 - .380 ACP
Darnell running with his firearm.
Trunk Full of Guns
When searching the autobody chop shop, detective Tellis finds a trunk full of firearms.
Another view of the trunk
Oak's Revolver (S&W Non Gun)
During a scene in which Oak fires four rounds to frighten two suspects, he uses a S&W Revolver Non Gun instead of his Colt King Cobra. Oak then produces Calvess's Colt King Cobra and shows it to the suspects. It is not shown what happens to the revolver Oak uses during this scene. The revolver used in this scene looks very similar to the non gun revolver used in Dawn of the Dead (2004). It would make sense that the revolver is a non gun due to the close proximity of being fired near the actors' heads. Both Narc and Dawn of the Dead also share the same armorer, thus making it even more likely that it is the same revolver.
Smith and Wesson 66 Non Gun
Oak with his other revolver.
Oak firing his revolver. Note how close the revolver is to the actors, thus requiring a non gun be used for safety.
Oak with the revolver by his side.
A flashback shows Calvess's murder. Again, a non gun revolver is used to ensure the actors' safety.