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Sneakers (1992)

Sneakers is a 1992 thriller directed by Phil Alden Robinson (The Sum of All Fears) and starring Robert Redford as Martin Bishop, the head of a team of security specialists who find themselves unknowingly involved in the theft of the ultimate codebreaking machine. The film's cast included Dan Aykroyd, River Phoenix, Sidney Poitier, and Ben Kingsley.

The following weapons were used in the film Sneakers:

Smith & Wesson Model 60

The Smith & Wesson Model 60 with Pachmayr grips is the weapon Donald Crease (Sidney Poitier) takes out when the team discovers how dangerous the codebreaking machine can be. Martin Bishop (Robert Redford) then takes it with him to the meeting with Gregor (George Hearn), the Russian attache.

Smith & Wesson Model 60 - bright polished Stainless Steel finish - .38 Special
Donald Crease (Sidney Poitier) loads his S&W.
Martin Bishop (Robert Redford) checks the Model 60 before leaving the apartment.
Bishop threatens Gregor (George Hearn) with the Smith & Wesson.
The agent (R.C. Everbeck) takes Bishop's revolver. Note the grips.
A close-up of the second agent (James Craven) holding the Model 60.
The S&M Model 60 is placed on the ground.

Smith & Wesson 659

A Smith & Wesson 659 with Pachmayr grips is featured prominently in the film, notably seen in the hands of Dick Gordon (Timothy Busfield), Liz (Mary McDonnell), and Cosmo (Ben Kingsley).

Smith & Wesson 659 - 9x19mm. This is the Screen used Hero Gun held and fired by "Mister Pink" Steve Buscemi in the film Reservoir Dogs.
Dick Gordon (Timothy Busfield) pulls the slide of his 659.
Dick smiles as he's told to take care of Bishop.
A closeup of Gordon's S&W on the floor.
Liz (Mary McDonnell) fires a warning shot into the air.
Liz nervously holds the S&W. The weapon appears to have jammed in this shot, but it is shown as normal in the next shot.
Cosmo (Ben Kingsley) threatens Bishop with the 659.
Cosmo fires a warning shot at Bishop. Note how the 9mm bullet sparks when it hits the metal ladder.

Beretta 92FS

The Beretta 92FS is in the hands of an NSA agent (Anthony Winters) at the end of the film.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
The NSA agent (Anthony Winters) holds a Beretta 92FS on Darren "Mother" Roskow (Dan Aykroyd).

Mossberg 590 Mariner

The Mossberg 590 Mariner shotgun is also used throughout the film, notably by Buddy Wallace (Eddie Jones) and other members of the PlayTronics security. At one point, a Mariner shotgun is used by Donald Crease (Sidney Poitier).

Mossberg 590 Mariner (20" barrel) with Extended Magazine Tube - 12 Gauge
Buddy Wallace (Eddie Jones) trains the Mossberg at the ceiling when he suspects someone is hiding there.
Buddy fires the shotgun into the ceiling.
Buddy uses the Mossberg 590.
A guard holds the shotgun on "Mother" (Dan Aykroyd).
"Motherf**kers mess with me, I'll split your head!"
Donald Crease (Sidney Poitier) with a guard's Mossberg 590 Mariner.

Mossberg 500 Mariner

In a continuity error, the Mossberg 590 Mariner shotgun earlier used by Buddy Wallace (Eddie Jones) turns into a Mossberg 500 Mariner when he leads Bishop into Cosmo's office.

Mossberg 500A Mariner (20" barrel) with Extended Magazine Tube - 12 gauge.
Buddy holds the Mossberg 500 Mariner on Bishop. Note the different endcap on the mag tube.

Heckler & Koch SP89

NSA agents at the end of the film carry Heckler & Koch SP89 semi-auto carbines. Carl (River Phoenix) mistakenly refers to the weapon as an Uzi.

Heckler & Koch SP89 Pistol with factory 15-round magazine 9x19mm
"The young lady with the Uzi" (Amy Benedict) holds the SP89 on Carl.
Mary, the female NSA agent, (Amy Benedict) holds the SP89.
Another agent (Jeff Joy) with the SP89.

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