The following weapons were used in the film Jeepers Creepers:
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At least one Glock 17 is seen in the hands of a deputy sheriff.
A Generation 2 Glock 17 in 9x19mm. This model added finger stepping and cuts to the backstrap of the frame to make it easier to hold than the Generation 1 model.
A female deputy holds a Glock 17 while waiting for the Creeper - 9mm
A Beretta 92FS pistols were carried by various Sheriff's Deputies as their sidearms.
A deputy behind Sgt. Tubbs (Brandon Smith
) holds a Beretta 92FS - 9mm. These may be the older variants of 92 pistols, however the decocker on the frame indicates that it is not a Taurus.
The soon to be gutted deputy (William Haze
) advances with his Beretta 92FS - 9mm
) advances with his Beretta 92FS just before the Creeper punches a hole through his chest - 9mm
A .357 Magnum Colt Trooper appears in the film several times, the first time in the holster of Trooper Gideon (Jon Beshara) and later at the County Sheriff's station. (These are educated guesses, gleaned from multiple viewings of the clips, however all the scenes with the revolvers are dark and hard to make out).
Colt Trooper - .357 Magnum
Trooper Gideon (Jon Beshara
) leans over with his Colt Trooper in his holster - .357 magnum
Deputy stands in the dark with what appears to be a Colt Trooper with 3" Barrel - .357 magnum
Several unknown revolvers are seen in the Police massing scenes, however, they appear to Smith & Wesson types, judging by frames and ejector shrouds.
Mixed in with the Berettas and Shotguns are various Revolvers.
The deputies fire at the ceiling where the Creeper is crawling. Mixed in with the Berettas and Shotguns are various Revolvers.
The Creeper seen in all of his glory when he grabs Darry Jenner (Justin Long
The Infamous wall of bodies as seen in the film.
The Cat Lady (Eileen Brennan) retrieves a double barreled shotgun from her house when she notices The Creeper posing in front of her scarecrow in the garden. She fires a shot at it but misses and it flees into her house, she then goes after it, fires two more shots from within before being killed by the Creeper. Apparently the shotgun was loaded with high explosive rounds judging by its effect on the scarecrow post.
1960s Era Commercial Stevens hammerless side by side shotgun - 12 Gauge.
The Cat Lady (Eileen Brennan
) gets her double barreled shotgun - 12 gauge. The make and model is very hard to determine as the scene is very dark and the firearm is often cropped below the frame.
The resulting explosion created by the Cat Lady (Eileen Brennan
) firing her double barreled shotgun - 12 gauge. The explosion of the shot blast is far greater than any capable by a shotgun, thus the quip about the "High Explosive Rounds".
Winchester Model 1200 Shotgun
The Winchester Model 1200s were used by state police officers who are killed by The Creeper in their patrol car. The Model 1200 is also used later (with rifle sights) by the deputies at the County Sheriff's station.
Winchester Model 1200 Police Model - 12 gauge.
Trooper Gideon (Jon Beshara
) and Trooper Weston (Avis-Marie Barnes
) drive with the Winchester Model 1200 mounted in the car's rack - 12 gauge.
Sheriff's deputies also carry the Model 1200 (with the rifle sights of a slug barrel) during the battle at the police station - 12 gauge.
Trish (Gina Philips
) runs past Deputy Sheriff Sgt. Tubbs (Brandon Smith
) in a futile attempt to save her brother. Sgt. Tubbs holds a Winchester Model 1200 - 12 gauge.
Colt AR-15 HBAR
A Colt AR-15 HBAR rifles (more likely being that they are police rather than Military) are used when the deputies don Riot gear and confront the Creeper at the films' conclusion.
Colt Government Model HBAR, the A2 version of the AR15 Civilian Rifle - 5.56x45mm (note the lack of a third position for burst mode for the selector switch)
Deputies in riot helmets smash through the interrogation room mirror with AR15 HBAR rifles - 5.56mm
The deputies lineup with AR15 HBARs - 5.56mm