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Blackjack was a 1998 made-for-TV movie directed by John Woo and starring Dolph Lundgren as a former Deputy US Marshal-turned-bodyguard whose sight is challenged with an oversensitivity to the color white after a tragic accident. This film was intended to be a pilot for a new TV series, but was later released on DVD as a separate film.
The following weapons were used in the film Blackjack:
Beretta 92FS Inox
Jack Devlin (Dolph Lundgren) carries a pair of Beretta 92FS Inox pistols as his sidearms throughout the film, and frequently dual-wields them in typical John Woo fashion.
Beretta 92FS Inox - 9x19mm
Devlin also uses standard blued Beretta 92Fs on several occasions. Many of the other bodyguards use them, too.
Jericho 941 R
Rory Gaines (Phillip MacKenzie) carries as his sidearm of choice a Jericho 941 R. Another is used by the ammunition maker Kamenev (Géza Kovács).
The Jericho on the table.
Glock 17s are used by NYPD officers, as well as many bodyguards.
Glock 17 (2nd Generation) - 9x19mm
Colt Gold Cup National Match Series 80
What appears to be a stainless steel Colt Gold Cup National Match Series 80 is used by one of the thugs who takes Casey (Padraigin Murphy) hostage at the beginning of the movie.
Colt Gold Cup National Match Series 80 stainless steel .45 ACP.
Tim Hastings (Fred Williamson) and most of the other bodyguards are armed with SIG-Sauer P226s. Many bad guys in the first shootout also use them. At the end of the movie, Jack Devlin (Dolph Lundgren) dual-wields another SIG P226 with his Beretta 92F. He then gives the SIG to Cinder James (Kam Heskin) when he goes after Gaines.
At the end of the movie, Gaines has a Glock 26 visible on his table next to his Jericho 941. It is only barely visible, and he never gets to use it.
Smith & Wesson Model 29
When Devlin is held hostage, Gaines is seen with a Smith & Wesson Model 29.
Due to a continuity error, Devlin's Beretta 92F changes to a Taurus PT92 in the final shootout between edits.
During the opening shootout, Jack Devlin (Dolph Lundgren) puts down his Beretta and pulls a Walther PPK concealed in his jacket (a common John Woo move, as seen in Just Heroes and The Killer). A suppressed Walther is used by Gaines.
The assassin Rory Gaines (Phillip MacKenzie) uses a Remington 700 variant in an attempt to shoot Cinder James (Kam Heskin) at a fashion show.
Remington 700PSS with Harris bipod, in .300 Win Mag
Jack Devlin (Dolph Lundgren) carres a Steyr AUG-SR (Special Receiver) rifle with a scope and suppressor when he is covering the fashion show near the end of the movie but never fires it.
A Steyr AUG Special Receiver - 5.56x45mm. AUG A2
models are the official name of the Austrian military firearm, however the commercial civilian version of the rifle was named the AUG Special Receiver
One of the gunmen in the opening shootout uses an AKMS.
An Norinco SKS-D with a synthetic side-folding stock is test-fired by Kamenev (Géza Kovács) at his range.
Norinco SKS-D - 7.62x39mm
Winchester Model 1300
A Winchester Model 1300 shotgun is used by Rory Gaines (Phillip MacKenzie) during the ambush scene.
Winchester M1300 with extended tube & rubber Butt pad - 12 gauge
The motorcycle gang employed by Rory Gaines (Phillip MacKenzie) all use stockless Mini Uzis.