||Mary Louise Weller
||Frank Michael Liu
Forced Vengeance is a 1982 action movie directed by James Fargo (The Enforcer, Every Which Way But Loose) and starring Chuck Norris as Josh Randall, the head of security for the casino in Hong Kong who wages a war against mobsters.
The following weapons are seen in the movie Forced Vengeance:
Smith & Wesson Model 28
Several of Stan Ramandi's (Michael Cavanaugh) henchmen are seen with Smith & Wesson Model 28 revolvers. One of the unsuccessful robbers in the casino carries a revolver that is seen blurry due to the swift motion but looks similar to Model 28. Only one piece can be seen at any time so it is possible that only single revolver was used during the filming.
Smith & Wesson Model 28 'Highway Patrolman' with 4" barrel - .357 Magnum
A henchman draws his revolver after he was knocked down by Josh Randall.
A casino cashier tries to disarm a robber.
Josh Randall (Chuck Norris
) disarms the bad guy. The revolver has plain, smooth top strap that is typical for Model 28 unlike checkered top strap of Model 27.
Randall aims the revolver.
A henchman with a revolver surprises Josh Randall and inspector Chen (Lloyd Kino
Smith & Wesson Model 36
In the scene on the yacht one of Ramandi's henchmen carries a snub nose revolver that appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 36.
Smith & Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special - 5 shot. First pattern with flat latch cylinder release.
Josh Randall knocks the revolver with his foot.
Snub nose revolver
Two of the unsuccessful robbers in casino carry snub nose revolvers that are seen very blurry due to the swift motion and cannot be identified.
A snub nose revolver is seen on the table.
Colt Combat Commander
The main firearm used by Josh Randall (Chuck Norris) is a nickel plated Colt Combat Commander. The pistol was given to him by LeRoy Nicely (Bob Minor).
Colt Combat Commander with Satin Stainless Finish and wood grips - 9mm
Josh Randall (Chuck Norris
) holds a nickel plated Combat Commander.
Randall threatens one of Ramandi's henchmen with his pistol.
LeRoy Nicely (Bob Minor) carries a Walther P38 pistol but never uses it in action.
Walther P38 WWII dated with black grips - 9x19mm
LeRoy Nicely holds his pistol.
Inspector Chen (Lloyd Kino) is armed with a suppressed Walther PP.
Post war Walther PP Pistol - .32 ACP
Inspector Chen appeares to help Josh Randall.
The Chinese hitman (Cheng Shu Fung) in the scene in the brothel is armed with MAC-10 submachine gun fitted with sound suppressor.
Ingram MAC-10 submachine gun with a suppressor - .45 ACP
A hitman holds his suppressed MAC-10.
A closer view at the MAC-10.
LeRoy Nicely (Bob Minor) is armed with a Remington 870 shotgun when Ramandi's henchmen attack his house. One of the guards in the estate of Simon Koo (Peter Gee) is seen with the same shotgun.
Remington 870 Police Magnum Riot Shotgun - 12 Gauge
LeRoy readies his shotgun.
A guard tries to fire his shotgun.
The Chinese hitman (Cheng Shu Fung) is armed with some version of Mauser Sporter rifle when he aims at Josh Randall (Chuck Norris) from the rooftop. Later the same rifle is seen in hands of one of the guards in the estate of Simon Koo.
Gewehr 98 Sporter - .30-06
The hitman loads his rifle.
The hitman readies to fire.
A stock and breech of the rifle can be seen.
Several firearms are seen in LeRoy Nicely's suitcase: a revolver (may be the same Smith & Wesson Model 29
that is widely used by different bad guys in the movie) and a pistol that can be roughly identified as Luger P08
. LeRoy's P38 and Randall's Colt Commander were also drawn from this suitcase.