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||Jake La Botz
The following weapons were used in the film Close Range:
HFC M190 Special Forces M9 (Airsoft)
The HFC M190 Special Forces, an airsoft version of the Beretta M9, is used by Sheriff Jasper Calloway (Nick Chinlund), Deputy Wyatt (Randy Hall) and some of Garcia's henchmen. One is picked up by Colton MacReady (Scott Adkins), but later changes to a P226 X-Five Tactical in a continuity error.
The Beretta replica on the left.
Deputy Wyatt with the pistol.
Calloway aims the pistol.
The M9 held by Lobo (Anthony L. Fernandez) as he gets shot in the hand. The markings on the slide are an obvious evidence about the airsoft gun.
Colton checks the chamber.
The Beretta 92FS is used by Deputy Logan (Scott Evans) and Sesma (Umar Khan).
Deputy Logan aims his Beretta.
Sesma pointing his Beretta at Angela and Hailey.
Another angle of the pistol.
SIG-Sauer P226 X-Five Tactical (Airsoft replica)
Colton (Scott Adkins) uses the previously mentioned SIG-Sauer P226 X-Five Tactical against Garcia's henchmen; some of them also use the weapon.
SIG-Sauer P226 X-Five Tactical - 9x19mm
Colton checks the chamber of the P226 X-Five Tactical. The "6 mm" markings on the ejection port indicate that it is an airsoft replica.
Montez (Bryan Cartago) pointing the P226 at Colton.
Closeup of the P226 X-Five held by Colton.
Desert Eagle Mark XIX (Airsoft replica)
Fernando "El Jefe" Garcia (Tony Perez) uses a Desert Eagle Mark XIX throughout the film.
Magnum Research Desert Eagle Mark XIX with brushed chrome finish - .50 AE
Garcia holds his Desert Eagle.
The "Made in Japan" markings indicates that it is an airsoft replica.
Colton (Scott Adkins) picks up a Kimber Warrior from one of Garcia's henchmen, but it later switches to an Airsoft KJW MP-05 Hi-Capa in a continuity error.
The Kimber Warrior tucked in the henchman's pants.
Colton picks up the pistol.
KJW MP-05 Hi-Capa (Airsoft)
Ortiz (George Crayton) takes the previously mentioned KJW MP-05 Hi-Capa M1911 replica from Colton, who later gets it back.
KJW MP-05 Hi-Capa (Airsoft M1911 replica)
The Hi-Capa in Colton's holster.
Colton fires the pistol through the wall.
Double Eagle M56A (Airsoft)
Colton (Scott Adkins) uses an Airsoft Double Eagle M56A. It later changes to a Remington 870 in a continuity error
Double Eagle M56A, Airsoft replica of a Benelli M3
The Double Eagle M56A carried by Colton.
Colton grabs Wyatt's Ithaca 37 while holding the M56A.
Colton aims his shotgun at Wyatt.
A wider shot of the scene.
Colton (Scott Adkins) uses the aforementioned Remington 870 against Cruz and Reina.
Remington 870 Police with a Surefire dedicated forend weaponlight - 12 gauge
Colton fires the Remington 870 as Deputy Wyatt retreats.
Colton fends off Garcia's henchmen.
Deputy Logan (Scott Evans) uses an Ithaca 37. Sheriff Calloway (Nick Chinlund) and Deputy Wyatt (Randy Hall) also use the weapon, but in some instances it switches with the Mossberg 500 in continuity errors. Colton briefly holds it as he disarms Deputy Wyatt.
Ithaca 37 with extended magazine tube - 12 gauge
Deputy Logan (left) aiming his Ithaca 37.
Deputy Wyatt's shotgun is now an Ithaca 37, whereas previously it was a Mossberg 500.
Calloway advances with his Ithaca.
Calloway's dropped Ithaca.
Mossberg 500 (Airsoft replica)
Deputy Wyatt (Randy Hall) uses a Mossberg 500, which later changes to an Ithaca 37, while in the case of Sheriff Calloway (Nick Chinlund) it's the opposite.
Mossberg 500AT - 12 gauge
Deputy Wyatt (right) with his Mossberg 500.
The shotgun dropped by Calloway changes to a Mossberg in some shots.
The ejection port's look indicates that it is an airsoft replica.
The AK-47 is used by some of Garcia's men; Colton (Scott Adkins) takes an AK from one of them and uses it to strangle him. AK-47s seen in the movie sometimes change into Norinco Type 56 rifles due to continuity errors.
Authentic AK-47 built from US Receiver - 7.62x39mm
The henchman holding his AK-47.
Colton strangles the guard with the AK-47, which changes to a Type 56 in the next shot.
Poly Technologies AK-47 - 7.62x39mm
Pablo (Craig Henningsen) aims his AK-47.
AK-74M (Airsoft replica)
Airsoft AK-74M rifles are carried by Garcia's henchmen, as well as by Colton (Scott Adkins). In several instances, the weapon switches with the Norinco Type 56.
J.J. "Loco" Cruz (Jeremy Marinas) fires the AK-74M. Note that here the selector is set to safe.
Colton attempts to fire at Lobo's oncoming car, but the gun jams.
Colton runs with the AK-74M.
Ortiz with his rifle. The combination of an AK-74M's receiver with a ribbed top cover, in addition to the weapon's furniture, shows that it is an airsoft replica.
Norinco Type 56
The Norinco Type 56 is used by Garcia's henchmen and by Colton (Scott Adkins). It switches with the AK-47 and the AK-74 at multiple times.
Norinco Type 56 (Imported into the U.S. as the Norinco AKS-47 or AKS-47 Sporter) - 7.62x39mm. Rather than having the underfolder pig sticker Bayonet assembly, this has the standard Bayonet lug underneath the gas block as the AKM and later variants.
Aguilar (Matt Ramirez) with his Type 56 as he gets shot by Colton.
Angela Reynolds (Caitlin Keats) uses an M14 against Garcia's henchmen.
The M14 on the wall, with a magazine not properly inserted.
Angela with the M14; the fire selector is missing from the cutout.
She pulls the charging handle.
Angela gets wounded in the arm. The fire selector is now present.
One of the guards at the start carries an M16A2.
The guard on the right has an M16A2 slung over his back.
The M16A2 is aimed by the same guard on the right.
WellFire M4 RIS (Airsoft)
Colton (Scott Adkins) is seen disarming a guard armed with an Airsoft WellFire M4 RIS.
WellFire M4 RIS Airsoft rifle
The WellFire M4 on the left.
Colton disarms the guard.
The WellFire M4 lies on the floor.