The following guns were used in the movie Nighthawks:
Theatrical release poster
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The Production Company
NYPD Detectives Deke Dasilva (Sylvester Stallone) and Matthew Fox (Billy Dee Williams) use M1911A1s as their sidearms in the film.
World War II issued Colt M1911A1 Pistol - .45 ACP
The business end of DaSilva's M1911A1.
Wulfgar (Rutger Hauer) uses a Walther P38 when being chased by Dasilva and Fox from a dance club into the subway tunnels.
Walther P38 pistol (manufactured at the Mauser Factory) - World War II dated - 9x19mm
Wulfgar draws the Walther.
Smith & Wesson Model 29
DaSilva (Sylvester Stallone) fires what looks like a S&W Stainless-Steel Model 629 in the indoor shooting range. He later uses in the final scene of the film.
Smith & Wesson Model 629 with 4" Barrel - .44 magnum.
DaSilva draws his revolver, concealed in a plastic bag.
During the hostage crisis on the sky-tram, Shakka (Persis Khambatta) is seen holding an Astra Constable.
Astra Constable - .22 LR, .32 ACP, .380 ACP
Shakka takes aim with the Astra Constable.
DaSilva (Sylvester Stallone) uses a Remington 870 Police Folder with a sawed off barrel to make a high-risk arrest.
Remington 870 Police Magnum with stock folded - 12 gauge
DaSilva (Sylvester Stallone
) holds his Remington 870 with folding stock and sawed off barrel.
Winchester Model 1897
Det. Fox (Billy Dee Williams) uses a Winchester Model 1897 shotgun during the raid.
Winchester Model 1897 - 12 gauge. This is an imported copy of the non-take down version of the Winchester 1897 Shotgun (a Norinco 97W shotgun, imported by IAC).
Fox and DaSilva prepare to raid the apartment.
12 Gauge Double Barrel shotgun
Wulfgar (Rutger Hauer) keeps a 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun in another suitcase, along with several hand grenades and an Ingram submachine gun.
The MAC-10 is used both by Wulfgar (Rutger Hauer) and Shakka (Persis Khambatta) as they hold hostages on the Roosevelt Island Tramway. Wulfgar also uses a MAC-10 earlier, when evading arrest in London. DaSilva (Sylvester Stallone) uses a MAC-10 during the climactic showdown with Wulfgar at the city bus.
Ingram MAC-10 open bolt submachine gun - .45 ACP
Wulfgar keeps two MAC-10's in a suitcase (and several boxes of Remington and Winchester ammo).
Wulfgar holds the MAC-10 on hostages.
DaSilva has the MAC-10 put in his face.
Shakka points a MAC-10 at the hostages.
PM Wz. 63 RAK
Two PM Wz. 63 RAK submachine guns can be seen in a film that is running while Interpol agent Peter Hartman (Nigel Davenport) gives a lecture to NYPD officers on terrorism.
PM wzór 63 RAK - 9x18mm Makarov
Two Polish PM Wz. 63 RAK submachine guns is seen on a table in a video shown to the NYPD officers by Interpol agent Peter Hartman (Nigel Davenport
Two NYPD officers can be seen with M16 rifles when the police arrive at the scene of the Roosevelt Island tram hijacking.
M16 aka SP1 (flat "slab side receiver") with an A1 "birdcage" Flash hider, used to imitate the M16A1 in many Vietnam era movies. This version has a 20 round magazine - 5.56x45mm
A NYPD of the fictional A.T.A.C. (Anti-Terrorist Action Command) squad runs by with a M16.
Bolt action rifle
NYPD snipers use unidentified bolt action rifles. It can be seen clearly that it is being loaded with blanks
Remington Model 700 (1970s Production)Representing the style of rifle.
A sniper loads rounds into his rifle. The crimped ends of the blank rounds can be clearly seen.
A NYPD sniper takes position.
Mk 2 Hand Grenade
Wulfgar (Rutger Hauer) has a suitcase full of Mk 2 hand grenades that are among the arsenal of weapons he brings to New York City. He later holds one of the grenades in his hand while leading hostages from the tram to a getaway bus.
Mk 2 "Pineapple" High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
Wulfgar opens the suitcase full of grenades.
Wulfgar brandishes a grenade as he leads the hostages towards the bus.
When Hartman is giving a lecture to NYPD officers, we can see a poster behind him that shows a S&W 39, a S&W 59, several revolvers (they look like Colt and S&W), and what seems to be a Star model S.