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National Security (Segurança Nacional)

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Segurança Nacional (2010)

National Security (original title Segurança Nacional - the movie had no official US release but aired in some festivals with the title National Security, not to be confused with the 2003 American film of the same name) is a 2010 Brazilian action movie directed by Roberto Carminati. After their route is disrupted, a drug cartel plans a series of terror attacks against the Brazilian government; a group of ABIN (Brazilian Intelligence Agency) agents is tasked with stopping them.

The production had support from the Brazilian government which provided real military equipment.

The following weapons were used in the film National Security:


Taurus Model 605

In the opening, could be seen what appear to be a Taurus Model 605.

Taurus Model 605 - .357 Magnum
The gun is seen resting on the table next to some coke branded with the villain's logo.
The drug dealer points the weapon at Marcos
A sniper aims at the revolver before shooting it out of the dealer's hand

Rossi Princess

Hector Gasca uses what appears to be a Rossi Princess revolver. The gun has a black oxidized finish (Rather than the usual nickel); those are mainly seen on guns meant for export (Although a number of those export guns were sold in Brazil after the Gun Control Act of 1968 stopped them from being imported in the US).

Rossi Princess - .22 LR
Snubnose Rossi Princess with oxidized finish imported by Firearms International - .22 LR
Hector points the revolver at his associate.
Hector cocks the hammmer before executing an associate.
Hector holds the revolver.


Taurus PT 24/7

Marcos Rocha (Thiago Lacerda) uses a Taurus PT 24/7. Daniel (Ailton Graça) uses what appears to be a Taurus PT 24/7 PRO during the airstrip scene.

Taurus PT 24/7 PRO - .40 S&W
Marcos draws the pistol
Daniel stops the plane from taking off by shooting it's rotor. Note the CG muzzle flash
Daniel points the weapon at a suspect
The side of the weapon can be seen on this shot; Note the unusual marking on the middle of the slide (Possibly a property mark from some law enforcement agency; or it's a replica)

A cartel gunman uses a pistol that looks like a Taurus PT 24/7 but lacks any markings. It might be a replica.

Taurus PT 24/7 PRO DS (This particular example lacks the pin on the rear of the slide) - .40 S&W
The weapon is seen up close
The gunman fires. Note the CG muzzle flash coming from the slide

Taurus PT909

Drug lord Hector Gasca (Joaquín Cosio) uses a stainless Taurus PT909 during the final scene. In an earlier scene, Senator Dauro (Gracindo Junior) draws what seens to be the same gun from a hidden compartment in his plane.

Stainless Taurus PT909 - 9x19mm
The senator readies the weapon; it's only briefly seen
Hector holds the pistol
The base of the PT909's magazine can be seen on this shot

Unknown Pistols

An unknown pistol is seem during the hostage rescue scene.

The gunman holds the pistol moments before being neutralized

Marcos hands over a pistol that looks like some kind of 1911 variant

The major takes Marcos' sidearm

When Marcos gets his sidearm back it turns into a different pistol.

Daniel gives the pistol to Marcos


Benelli M3 Super 90

A policeman is seen with a Benelli M3 Super 90 during the airstrip scene. The weapon is the same lenght as the "shorty" versions of the M3; but with the folding stock and sights of the M3T

Benelli M3T Super 90 with top folding stock - 12 gauge
The policeman points the weapon at a suspect

Franchi SPAS 15

In a continuity error, the weapon briefly turns into a SPAS 15.

Franchi SPAS-15 with solid folding stock and short barrel - 12 gauge
The muzzle of the SPAS 15 can be seen in this shot

Boito Pump

Hector Gasca gives a shotgun to his brother Paco. It appears to be a Brazilian made Boito Pump shotgun with a 7 round extended magazine and 20 inch barrel.

Boito Pump with extended magazine - 12 gauge
Paco holds the weapon; the pump handle is similar to the Boito

Companhia Brasileira de Cartuchos Model 586P

In a continuity error Paco's shotgun turns into a CBC Model 586P during the air battle scene.

CBC Model 586P - 12 gauge
Paco handles the shotgun. Note the CBC pump handle and tube magazine cap.

Unknown Shotgun

An unknown shotgun is seem during the hostage rescue scene.

The gunman holds the shotgun; unaware of the paratrooper right behind him

Submachine Guns

Taurus M972

A cartel gunman is seen with a Taurus M972 submachinegun.

Taurus M972 - 9x19mm Parabellum
The gunman on the left holds the M972



The Brazilian IMBEL M964 variant of the FN FAL is used by the cartel and the Brazilian military

FN FAL 50.00 - 7.62x51mm NATO
The gunman on the middle holds the M964
A M964 is seen resting on the bed of a truck next to a Browning M2. It might be supposed to be a backup weapon for the machinegunner.
Soldiers at the underground bunker are seen with M964 rifles


The IMBEL M964 A1 ParaFAL is used by the Brazilian Army during the opening raid.

IMBEL M964 A1 MD-1 ParaFAL - 7.62x51mm NATO
A soldier holds a ParaFAL during the title sequence
A soldier readies himself to ambush the cartel members. The patch indicates he is from the Mountain Infantry Batallion (Although the scene takes place in a jungle).


Paco Gasca (Javier Robles) uses a IMBEL MD-97 during the air battle scene. He fires it throught a fireport in the plane's window. A policeman is seen with a MD-97 during the airstrip scene.

IMBEL MD-97 LC - 5.56x45mm
Paco cocks the weapon
Paco fires at the Super Tucano
The fireport can be seen in this shot. This would probably compromise the structural integrity of the window and cause the plane to lose pressure (It's worth noting that in other shots the plane is shown flying above the clouds)
The policeman on the left has an MD-97 with rails)

A member of the GRT tatical unit uses what appears to be a MD-97 with acessory rails and an unusual stock

The policeman escorts Marcos into the prison. Note the green polymer stock


Cartel gunmen use M16A2 rifles during the opening sequence. Paco uses a scoped M16A2 with two magazines taped together 'jungle style'.

M16A2 - 5.56x45mm
The gunman frisks Marcos; note the M16A2 slung behind his back
The gunman on the right holds an M16
A gunman fires the M16A2 at Brazilian soldiers; another one is shot and falls to the ground still holding the weapon
Paco aims the weapon at his target

Heckler & Koch G3 variant

A cartel gunman uses a unknown G3 style rifle in the opening scene.

The gunman on the left holds what looks like a G3
The gunman surrenders and drops the rifle

Unknown Sniper Rifle

A Brazilian Army sniper uses an unknown rifle wrapped in camo tape during the opening raid; he disarms a drug dealer by shooting at his gun.

The sniper aims his rifle.

Unknown Sniper Rifle 2

During the prison scene; a member of the GRT tactical unit is seen with a unknown sniper rifle with black furniture.

The tactical unit prepares to escort Marcos into the prison; One of the policemen has a sniper rifle.
The policeman watches over a prisoner during the interrogation scene. Note the patch from Santa Catarina's GRT unit (Likely authentic since the movie was partially funded by the state government of Santa Catarina)

Unknown Rifle

An unknown rifle with black furniture is seen in the opening scene.

The gunman holds the rifle while escorting Marcos.

Machine Guns


The FN MAG is used by the Brazilian Army.

FN MAG-58 - 7.62x51mm NATO.
A FN MAG is seen mounted on a patrol boat during the title sequence

Browning M2

The Browning M2 is used by the Brazilian army.

Browning M2HB on M3 tripod - .50 BMG.
A Browning M2 is seen on one of the trucks that escort the presidential car

An aircraft version of the weapon is seen on a Super Tucano fighter during the air battle scene.

Browning M2 Aircraft, Fixed - .50 BMG.
The Super Tucano pursues Paco's plane; the M2 can be seen mounted on the wing



Paco uses what is likely a AM-637N 37mm launcher.

AM-637N - 37/38mm
Paco aims the launcher
Paco opens the empty launcher; he closes it afterwards without inserting a round.


Unknown Grenade

A unknown grenade is seen during the hostage rescue scene.

A paratrooper holds the grenade before throwing it through the window.

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