From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money
From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money is the 1999 DTV sequel to 1996's From Dusk Till Dawn. In the film, a former convict (Robert Patrick) gets his old gang back together in order to pull off a large bank heist. The convict then finds himself having to battle the same supernatural forces from the original film that have now inhabited his cohorts. The film was executive produced by Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino and features cameos from Bruce Campbell, Tiffani-Amber Thiessen, and Danny Trejo, who returns as his character from the first film. A DTV prequel, From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter was released in 2000.
The following weapons were used in the movie From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money:
The Beretta 92FS is mainly seen used by Buck (Robert Patrick) and Ray Bob (Brett Harrelson), though Ray Bob is later seen using a Vektor SP1 during the shootout. Many of the Mexican police officers are also seen using these pistols. These may also be the South African Vektor Z88 copy, as the movie was filmed in South Africa.
Smith & Wesson Model 27
A Smith & Wesson Model 27 is carried by the Mexican police chief (James Ryan).
Taurus Model 65
Taurus Model 689
Deputy Edgar McGraw (James Parks) carries a Taurus Model 689. The character of Deputy McGraw is the son of From Dusk Till Dawn's Ranger Earl McGraw (Michael Parks, who actually is the father of James Parks).
The entire gang, including Ray Bob (Brett Harrelson) and Jesús (Raymond Cruz), are seen using the Vektor SP1, primarily during the bank shootout. (Note that earlier in the film, Ray Bob used either a Beretta 92FS or the similar Vektor Z88 copy.)
Rossi Overland Sawed Off Shotgun
A Mexican SWAT team is armed with M16A1 rifles during the shootout with the gang. Both Jesús (Raymond Cruz) and C.W. (Muse Watson) use these rifles fitted with Cobray CM203 flare launchers (though they are sometimes substituted for a similarly-configured a Colt AR-15 Sporter-1 fitted with an AKM front sight post), and Luther Hecks (Duane Whitaker) uses a standard M16A1 with no CM203 launcher during a shootout with the police.
Colt AR-15 Sporter-1
Both Jesús (Raymond Cruz) and C.W. (Muse Watson) are seen using a Colt AR-15 Sporter-1 fitted with a Cobray CM203 flare launcher (standing in for an M203) which is fitted with an AKM-style front sight. (NOTE: Due to a continuity error, both actors are seen using either this weapon, or a similarly-configured M16A1 without the AKM-style front sight.) This appears to be the same rifle used by Ian Curtis in Bravo Two Zero, which, like this movie, was filmed in South Africa; all weapons from both films were provided by Hire Arms, a Johannesburg-based movie weapons props house.
Colt AR-15 SP1 Carbine (cut down)
Ray Bob is seen using what appears to be a full-auto conversion of a Colt AR-15 SP1 carbine with the barrel chopped and an M16A1-style flash hider added (built to resemble a Colt Model 733) during the bank shootout.
Heckler & Koch MSG90
Cobray 37mm Launcher
The Cobray 37mm Launcher is used in the film as a substitute for the M203. Both Jesús (Raymond Cruz) and C.W. (Muse Watson) are seen using the launchers that mounted underneath an M16A1 or a Colt AR-15 Sporter-1 fitted with an AKM front sight post (seen in Bravo Two Zero) - due to a continuity error, both characters use either weapon depending on the specific shot.