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Cop Target is a 1990 Italian-American action movie directed by Umberto Lenzi (credited as Humphrey Humbert). Miami PD Detective Farley Wood (Robert Ginty) is assigned a mission to escort Deborah Kent, a widow of a DEA agent, and her kid daughter Priscilla to the tropical island of San Cristobal where her late husband is posthumously awarded for his work against local drug mafia. While on San Cristobal, Priscilla is kidnapped, and Wood who doesn't trust local police tries to rescue her.
The following weapons were used in the film Cop Target:
Unidentified revolver 1
During the scenes in Miami Farley Wood (Robert Ginty) carries an unidentified snub nose revolver.
Wood holds the revolver during the hold-up in supermarket.
Unidentified revolver 2
In the same scene a robber holds an unidentified revolver. It is possibly a small caliber gun with similarity to Röhm or Arminius.
The robber fires his revolver.
The robber tries to run away.
Several of Peynado's henchmen carry Colt Pythons during the encounters on the beach and in restaurant.
Colt Python with 4" Barrel and factory wood grips - .357 Magnum
The henchman threatens Deborah Kent.
The henchman fires at Wood.
Another henchman holds a Python during the scene in restaurant.
Smith & Wesson Model 19
What appear to be Smith & Wesson Model 19 can be seen in hands of several of Peynado's henchmen.
Smith & Wesson Model 19 Combat Magnum - .357 Magnum
The henchman kidnapps Priscilla.
During the shootout on the beach and kidnapping of Priscilla Farley Wood (Robert Ginty) uses a Beretta 92F (1990 is too early for 92FS). Later the pisol switches to Beretta 92SB-C in a continuity error.
Beretta 92F - 9x19mm. The cosmetic differences are very slight and hard to see between this gun and the newer 92FS. Most of the changes are the inner workings of the gun.
Wood fires his pistol at attackers.
Wood picks up his sand-covered pistol.
During most of the events on San Cristobal Farley Wood (Robert Ginty) carries a Beretta 92SB-C.
Beretta 92SB-C, compact model of the 92SB - 9x19mm
When Wood cleans his pistol, it switches from Beretta 92F to 92SB-C model.
Wood holds his pistol in the shootout in underground parking.
Wood interrogates Peynado's henchman.
Wood fires his pistol in the climactic scene.
Drug boss Jose Peynado (Jeff Moldovan) and many of his henchmen use Beretta M1951 pistols.
Peynado's henchman holds a pistol during the car chase.
Another view of Peynado's pistol.
Star Model 30P
During the hold-up in supermarket in Miami one of the robbers is armed with a Star Model 30P.
Star Model 30P Pistol - 9x19mm (Steel frame)
The robber threatens the cashier.
The robber is shot and drops the pistol.
Uzi SMGs are widely used by Peynado's henchmen. In the climactic scene Chief Rodriguez (Franklin Dominguez) and US embassy official John Granger (Charles Napier) use Uzi SMGs.
IMI Uzi with buttstock collapsed - 9x19mm
A henchman fires his Uzi during the shootout on the beach.
A henchman holds his Uzi at the background in the scene in restaurant.
An Uzi is seen at the right in the climactic scene.
Granger is very pleased with the result of the shootout.
Remington Model 870
During the kidnapping of Priscilla one of attackers is armed with a Remington Model 870 with extended magazine tube.
Remington 870 Police Magnum customized with extended magazine tube - 12 gauge
The attacker holds his shotgun.
He fires at security guards.
Unknown FN FAL Version
Several of Peynado's henchmen use some unidentified version of FN FAL rifles with both wooden and plastic furniture. The rifles lack muzzle brakes, removed possibly for reliable use of blank ammo.
A henchman with FAL holds Priscilla.
A henchman with FAL rifle.
Another view of the same rifle.
The same character aims at a helicopter.
An FAL with wooden stock is seen next to dead henchman.