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Trespass is a 1992 thriller directed by Walter Hill and stars Bill Paxton and William Sadler as Vince and Don, two firefighters who come across a map to a stash of gold that was stolen in the 1940s. Things become complicated, however, when they witness a gangland execution by a group of drug dealers led by King James (Ice-T) and his right-hand man Savon (Ice Cube), which leads to a hostage situation and a stand-off. Not to be confused with the 2011 heist thriller starring Nicolas Cage.
The following weapons were used in the film Trespass (1992):
Unknown long-slide Colt 1911 variant
During the trek into East St. Louis to search for gold, Don (William Sadler) takes along an M1911-type pistol which has a long slide. This gun is also used frequently by Vince (Bill Paxton) in several scenes. It is not clear exactly what type of 1911 this is; it looks somewhat like an AMT Hardballer, but the Hardballer was only ever offered with a stainless finish, whereas the gun in the movie has a regular blued finish. It may also be a regular Colt gun with a 7" Safari Arms long slide and barrel.
Colt Detective Special
Early in the film, when Vince (Bill Paxton) and Don (William Sadler) are putting out a fire in a burning building in Arkansas, they run into an old man named Eugene DeLong (Hal Landon Jr.) who holds a Colt Detective Special on them briefly before giving them a map to the gold he stole from a Catholic Church in 1940. Later in the film, the drug dealer Wickey (Stoney Jackson) can also be seen using a Colt Detective Special as his weapon-of-choice. When the drug dealers bring in a cache of heavier weapons, he rejects the opportunity to re-arm with an AR-15, saying that he "don't need no big-ass gun". He then takes out his Colt Detective Special, which prompts the other gangsters to mock him.
Smith & Wesson Model 686
King James (Ice-T) carries a snub-nose Smith & Wesson Model 686 with ivory grips as his sidearm throughout the movie. Later, this weapon is taken by Bradlee (Art Evans).
Savon (Ice Cube) carries a Generation 2 Glock 17 as his sidearm throughout the movie.
Colt AR-15 Sporter II
When the hostage situation begins, King James calls up his arms dealer Raymond (Bruce A. Young) and requests "heavy artillery". Raymond brings along a cache of weapons including a half-dozen Colt AR-15 Sporter II (SPII) assault rifles. Although the weapons have M16A2-style hand guards, they can be recognized as AR-15 SPIIs by the "slab side" lower receiver (visible in several shots), and the fact that none of the weapons are ever fired on full-auto. Most of King James' men, including Savon (Ice Cube), Moon (Byron Minns), Cletus (Tommy "Tiny" Lister), and Davis (Tico Wells) use AR-15s after this.
Steyr SSG 69 PI
Another of the weapons that Raymond (Bruce A. Young) brings along is a Steyr SSG 69 sniper rifle with a 10-round box magazine, which is subsequently used by Luther (Glenn Plummer), who claims to have been a marksman in the Army.
Raymond also brings along several sawed-off shotguns which are seen in the trunk of his car. One of them, a Remington 870, is used by King James during the later part of the movie.