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Shootout at Lokhandwala
Nice, but where's the trigger?
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The following weapons appear in the 2007 Bollywood movie Shootout at Lokhandwala:
The Beretta 92FS pistol is used by both Mumbai police officers and criminals throughout the movie. Assistant Commissioner of Police Shamsher Khan (Sanjay Dutt) and Inspector Kaviraj Patil (Sunil Shetty) both use Berettas as their sidearms, as do the gangsters Dilip Buwa (Tasshar Kapoor), Fattim (Rohit Roy) and RC (Shabbir Ahluwalia).
Beretta 92FS Inox
The Beretta 92FS Inox also appears frequently in the movie as the main weapon of gangster Maya Dolas (Vivek Oberoi).
Beretta Cougar Inox
In one scene, Dilip Buwa shows off a Beretta Cougar Inox that he claims is "German made" and which has a magazine capacity of six rounds. He later uses the pistol when he narrowly avoids being arrested by Inspector Patil and Sub-Inspector Sheikh.
A Colt Python is used by several characters, including Police Sub Inspector Abhishek Mhatre (Abhishek Bachchan), the leader of the Sikh terrorists and Sub Inspector Javed Sheikh(Arbaaz Khan).
Unknown Compact Pistol
Maya uses a compact pistol to murder another gangster during a flashback sequence.
Sterling Submachine gun (Indian Clone)
The Sterling Submachine gun is seen in the hands of Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) officers when they attempt to raid the Lokhandwala Complex.
AK-47 rifles are frequently used in the movie, first by Sikh terrorists who have turned to crime, and later by the gangsters and Mumbai police officers when the shootout at Lokhandwala occurs. As with the SMLEs, the strange proportions of the weapon (such as the thinner magazine) indicate that the Kalashnikovs are probably .22LR replicas rather than the real thing.
Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk III*
The Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk III* rifle is carried by many of the Mumbai police officers. However, it is possible these rifles are not genuine SMLEs but training versions due to their unusual front sights and apparent lack of recoil when fired and without recoil bayonet mount.
When ATS officers raid the hideout of the Sikh terrorists, police snipers use Enfield Enforcer rifles to dispatch several of the suspects.