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Alex Cross is the 2012 film adaptation of the mystery novel I, Alex Cross by James Patterson. Tyler Perry stars as the eponymous detective whose investigation into the death of his niece puts him on the trail of a vicious serial killer (Matthew Fox). The film was an attempt at a reboot of the Alex Cross character who had previously been portrayed by Morgan Freeman in the films Kiss the Girls and Along Came a Spider.
The following weapons were used in the film Alex Cross:
Picasso pulls a NAA Guardian from his shoe. This particular models frame was manufactured by Kahr Arms, you can just make out their roll mark in some shots. Also, the slide and barrel are custom as the North American Arms roll mark is missing from the slide and we also see Picasso fit a suppressor which means the barrel was extended and threaded.
Beretta 92FS Inox
Cross is seen placing what is supposed to be a Beretta 92FS Inox into a bag full of weapons, however, upon closer inspection it is a silver painted rubber gun.
Along with the Beretta, Cross also is holding a Colt M1911A1.
Picasso appears to use a suppressed Ruger MkII .22lr pistol.
Benelli M3 Super 90
A Benelli M3 Super 90 shotgun with a spare shell holder and a pistol grip is used by Cross.
Remington 870 (Sawed-Off)
Cross is seen sawing off the barrel of a Remington 870 shotgun.
Detroit Police tactical officers are seen wielding M4A1 carbines in the film's trailer.
PSL Sniper Rifle
Picasso uses a PSL Sniper Rifle to shoot Cross's wife.
An Airtronic RPG-7 with an EOTech holographic sight and a custom warhead is fired by Picasso.