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16 Blocks

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16 Blocks
Movie Poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
Directed by Richard Donner
Release Date 2006
Language English
Studio Alcon Entertainment
Millennium Films
Cheyenne Enterprises
The Donners' Company
Distributor Warner Bros. Pictures
Main Cast
Character Actor
Det. Jack Mosley Bruce Willis
Edward "Eddie" Bunker Mos Def
Det. Frank Nugent David Morse
Det. Robert "Bobby" Torres David Zayas
Lt. Kincaid Scott McCord

16 Blocks is a 2006 thriller starring Bruce Willis as a burnt-out NYPD Detective who is assigned to transport a reluctant witness (Mos Def) from his precinct 16 blocks to the New York State Supreme Court Building. He soon discovers there are forces who want to see the witness eliminated and may be tied to the police department. This was the last film directed by Richard Donner (Lethal Weapon).

The following weapons were used in the film 16 Blocks:



Glock 17

One of the most prominent weapons in the film is the Glock 17 pistol, shown as the apparent standard sidearm of New York City Police officers, including Det. Jack Mosley (Bruce Willis) and Det. Frank Nugent (David Morse). Some can also be seen equipped with weaponlights being used by NYPD Emergency Service Unit officers during the apartment raid at the beginning of the film and during the bus standoff later on. The pistols switch between 2nd and 3rd-generation models several times during the film. It should be noted the the Glock 19 rather than the full-size Glock 17 is the actual approved sidearm for the NYPD.

Glock 17 2nd Generation - 9x19mm
NYPD Det. Jack Mosley with his freshly-fired Glock 17 (which appears to jam in this shot, but is in perfect working order in the next shot).
Jack holds his Glock 17, now with the slide in battery.
Eddie Bunker (Mos Def) being forced to fire a Glock 17.
Glock 17 3rd Generation - 9x19mm. Note the finger grooves and accessory rail which differentiate it from the older 2nd Generation model.
Det. Frank Nugent (David Morse) firing his Glock 17.
Det. Robert Torres (David Zayas) enters the apartment with his Glock drawn.
Glock 17 3rd Generation with Streamlight TLR-2 weaponlight/laser module - 9x19mm
An ESU officer with his weaponlight-equipped Glock 17 during the apartment raid.
An ESU officer with his weaponlight-equipped Glock 17 during the bus standoff.

Glock 19

During a scene in a bar, Mosley's Glock 17 briefly turns into a second generation Glock 19.

Glock 19 2nd Generation - 9x19mm
Jack Mosley sets down his Glock on the bar, which has changed to an early-model Glock 19
Another shot of Jack's Glock 19 lying unattended at the bar.

Beretta 92FS

During the transport of Eddie Bunker (Mos Def) to the trial, Mosley and Eddie are attacked by assassins wielding suppressed Beretta 92FS pistols.

Suppressed Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm.
An assassin (Nick Alachiotis) draws his suppressed Beretta 92FS on Eddie Bunker in the back seat of Detective Mosley's car
An assassin (Danny Lima) firing his suppressed Beretta 92FS

Smith & Wesson Model 60

After losing his Glock at the bar, Mosley returns to his sister's apartment and retrieves a stainless Smith & Wesson Model 60 revolver from the closet. He then uses it as a backup weapon throughout the film after taking another Glock from one of the corrupt cops pursuing him. Eddie uses it briefly when he sneaks up on Nugent from behind, holding him at gunpoint with it while Mosley handcuffs him. These were authorized as back-up and off-duty guns for NYPD officers. The model used in the film is fitted with black synthetic grips as opposed to the standard wooden ones.

Smith & Wesson Model 60 - .38 Special
Det. Jack Mosley inspects his backup Smith & Wesson Model 60
Eddie Bunker holds Detective Frank Nugent at gunpoint with a Smith & Wesson Model 60

Walther PPK/S

When pursuing Mosley and Eddie through Chinatown, Nugent pulls a blued Walther PPK/S from a hidden ankle holster, dual-wielding it with his Glock 17 when he bursts into the room where the two are holed up.

Walther PPK/S - .380 ACP
Det. Nugent pulls a Walther PPK/S from a hidden ankle holster
Detective Nugent dual-wielding his Walther PPK/S and Glock 17

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

The Heckler & Koch MP5A3 appears in the film being used by NYPD ESU. Models with both SEF and Navy trigger groups are seen used, most notably during the raid on the apartment at the beginning of the film, and during the hostage situation on the bus. As with most SWAT-issue MP5's, they are all fitted with Surefire dedicated forend weaponlights.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with Surefire dedicated forend weaponlight - 9x19mm
An NYPD ESU officer readies his Heckler & Koch MP5A3 during the bus standoff. Note S-E-F lower.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with Navy trigger group and Surefire dedicated forend weaponlight - 9x19mm
An NYPD ESU officer aims his Heckler & Koch MP5A3 during the bus standoff. Note the Navy lower on this particular model.

Heckler & Koch MP5A5

Some of the MP5s seen used in the film are MP5A5 variants, noted by the 4-position Navy-style lower receivers.

Heckler & Koch MP5A5 with Surefire dedicated forend weaponlight - 9x19mm
An NYPD ESU officer aiming his Heckler & Koch MP5A5, with a good shot of the 4-position selector.
Another shot of an NYPD ESU officer with a Heckler & Koch MP5A5.


Ithaca 37

The Ithaca 37 shotgun appears in the film as one of the main weapons used by ESU officers during the hostage situation aboard the bus.

Ithaca 37 - 12 gauge
An ESU officer with an Ithaca 37 during the bus standoff.
An ESU officer trains his Ithaca 37 on the bus.

Remington Spartan SPR 220 Sawed-Off

During the encounter with Detective Frank Nugent at the bar, Mosley takes a Remington Spartan SPR 220 12 gauge double-barreled shotgun with a sawed-off stock & barrels from behind the counter and uses it to shoot one of the corrupt officers, then hold off the others while he and Eddie make their escape, dumping it in a trash can outside. When asked why he discarded the weapon, Mosley replied that the shells in it were over 20 years old and that it was luck that it fired at all. (An unusual statement since ammunition can last far longer than 20 years when properly stored.) Originally, the Remington Spartan line of entry-level shotguns was produced by Baikal, a Russian manufacturer.

Remington Spartan SPR 220 Sawed-Off shotgun - 12 gauge
Detective Jack Mosley holds a sawed-off Remington Spartan on Detective Frank Nugent during the bar standoff.
Detective Jack Mosley with a sawed-off Remington Spartan double-barreled shotgun moments after escaping the bar with Eddie.


Remington 700PSS

During the hostage situation aboard the bus, NYPD snipers can be seen with Remington 700PSS rifles, with and without Harris bipods. One is later used by a ESU sniper at the courthouse to kill one of the corrupt cops as he's attempting to kill Detective Jack Mosley.

Remington 700PSS with Leupold Mark 4 scope and Harris bipod - .300 Win Mag
A close up of the action of an NYPD ESU snipers Remington 700PSS. Note the jeweled bolt.
An NYPD ESU sniper takes aim with his Remington 700PSS
An NYPD ESU sniper wields a Remington 700PSS sniper rifle with Harris bipod deployed
An NYPD ESU sniper fires his Remington 700PSS sniper rifle at a corrupt cop in the courthouse


Model 7290 Flashbang Grenade

During the bus standoff, ESU tries to storm the bus, smashing windows and throwing in two Model 7290 flashbang grenades.

Model 7290 flashbang grenade
A Model 7290 flashbang grenade moments before detonating inside the bus.

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