Kiss The Girls
Kiss the Girls is a 1997 thriller directed by Gary Fleder and based on the James Patterson bestseller of the same name. Morgan Freeman stars as Dr. Alex Cross, a forensic detective psychologist who searches for clues to locate a serial kidnapper with the assistance of a woman (Ashley Judd) who escaped the psychopath's lair. Freeman would reprise the role in 2001's Along Came a Spider and the series would later be rebooted in 2012's Alex Cross.
The following weapons were used in the film Kiss The Girls:
SIG-Sauer P226 (Nickel)
DCPD Detective Dr. Alex Cross' (Morgan Freeman) sidearm throughout the film is a nickel-plated SIG-Sauer P226. Freeman later uses the nickel P226 again when he reprises his role as Dr. Cross in Along Came a Spider.
It's interesting to note that in the climax, when Cross confronts Casanova, the film's antagonist, Casanova tells him to "Reach for the Glock and take me down." - This is a line of dialogue taken directly from the book, in which Cross used a Glock 17 rather than a SIG P226 as his sidearm. It seems that the property master/weapons handler never corrected the actors on this inconsistency.
Smith & Wesson Model 64
The abused woman at the beginning of the film threatens to commit suicide with her husband's 3" Smith & Wesson Model 64, which a detective describes to Dr. Alex Cross (Morgan Freeman) as a "Smith & Wesson .38".
Smith & Wesson 6906
When the police and FBI are going through the hideout where Casanova kept the women, a Beretta 92SB is photographed and then confiscated. This is presumably the same gun used by Casanova to shoot at Dr. Rudolph (Tony Goldwyn) in order to intimidate him. It can be identified as a 92SB and not a similar 92FS because of the round trigger guard and straight front strap on the grip.