La Horde or The Horde is a 2009 French horror film, directed by Yannick Dahan and Benjamin Rocher, it stars Jean-Pierre Martins (as Ouessem), Eriq Ebouaney (as Adewale Markuni) and Doudou Masta (as Bola Markuni). It tells the story of a group of French police officers attempting to take down a group of drug dealers in retaliation for the killing of a fellow police officer. However, both the police and the drug dealers soon find themselves directly in the middle of a zombie outbreak.
NOTE: Identifying a majority of these weapons was very difficult as the movie was filmed in almost complete darkness, so even the most recognizable weapon was very difficult to identify due to lighting. Also, for various reasons, many characters switch weapons in the course of the film, so that character X's handgun may later be seen in the hands of character Y, etc.
The following weapons were used in the film La Horde:
SIG Pro SP2022
The police officers initially carry and use the SIG Pro SP2022, which (in 9x19mm) is the standard-issue handgun of the Gendarmerie Nationale, the Police Nationale and various other French law enforcement agencies. The designation "2022" in fact refers to the year until which the French police expects to keep the gun in service. Actual police-issue models have "PROPRIÉTÉ DE L'ÉTAT" ("property of the state") stamped on the right side of the dust cover. Some of the minor drug dealers also carry this weapon.
Various drug dealers carry and use the Beretta 92FS. Some of the cops acquire these pistols from the dealers' stockpile.
Beretta 92FS Inox
Adewale's brother Bola Markuni (Doudou Masta) uses a Beretta 93R with a custom barrel weight/compensator.
Detective Ouessem (Jean-Pierre Martins) uses a Colt M1911A1 along with a Walther P99 towards the climax. José Greco (Jo Prestia), one of the drug dealers, also carries a nickel-plated model with pearl grips.
Ouessem is seen using a Walther P99 along with a Colt M1911A1 towards the climax.
Detective Jimenez (Aurélien Recoing) carries a Remington 870 with a pistol grip, side-saddle shell holder, and a rail mounted above the ejection port, which is later briefly picked up by one of the dealers.
The man known as "The Concierge" (Alain Figlarz) is seen carrying a Mossberg 590 with wooden furniture, blued finish, and extended magazine tube. He carries the shotgun but never gets a chance to use it.
Mossberg 500 Cruiser
Adewale uses a Mossberg 500 Cruiser for most of the film.
Double Barreled Shotgun
Tony (Antoine Oppenheim) finds a Double Barreled Shotgun on a corpse, but only uses it once, and then only as a club.
Modified MAS AA-52
René (Yves Pignot), an Indochina War veteran living in the apartment building, finds a belt-fed machine gun in The Concierge's apartment, that is a MAS AA-52 with a barrel (or barrel jacket) taken from a Browning M1919A4.
Mk 2 Hand Grenade
René also uses a Mk 2 hand grenade during the climax.