|Set It Off
|| United States
||F. Gary Gray
||New Line Cinema
The following weapons were used in the film Set It Off:
Beretta 92FS handguns are seen in the hands of LAPD officers and bank guards as well as Cleo (Queen Latifah), who notably takes one off a bank guard during a heist.
A bank guard hiding in cover draws his Beretta during the heist at the film's start.
During the girls' first heist, Cleo pulls a Beretta off of a bank guard, and keeps the bank patrons at bay with it along with a Desert Eagle.
Desert Eagle Mark VII
Cleo (Queen Latifah) carries a Desert Eagle Mark VII as her weapon of choice for the first couple of robberies.
IMI Desert Eagle Mark VII - .44 Magnum
Cleo (Queen Latifah
) dual wields two Desert Eagles at the gun range.
Cleo holds her Desert Eagle on the bank patrons during the first robbery.
While the girls are in negotiations with Black Sam (Dr. Dre) over weapon sales, Sam tells them that they can "roll with that", referring to an Enfield No.2 that is laying on a table nearby.
Enfield No.2 Mk.1* - .38 S&W
The Enfield lying on the table.
Cleo holds up the No.2 revolver in dismay.
The 2nd Generation Glock 17 is used by several characters in the film, including some LAPD officers (likely some of them were blank-converted Glock 22s instead), Detective Strode (John C. McGinley), Detective Waller (Ella Joyce), and Lorenz (Samuel Monroe Jr.).
2nd Generation Glock 17 - 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.
As Stevie is being surrounded, Detective Strode (John C. McGinley
) comes out of his car, Glock 17 in hand.
Detective Strode (John C. McGinley
) draws his Glock 17 during the bank standoff.
Detective Waller (Ella Joyce
) keeps her Glock 17 trained on the girls during the final robbery.
A bank guard appears out of nowhere and opens fire on the girls with a Glock 17. He is seen continuing to mock fire, despite the slide being locked back.
A custom two-tone Glock 19 with aftermarket sights and stainless extended slide stop is notably carried by Frankie (Vivica A. Fox). during the climax, Cleo hands the custom Glock to Stoney before the final bank robbery. It is very likely that Stoney ditched the gun at the end.
Glock 19 (2nd Generation) - 9x19mm
Frankie (Vivica A. Fox
) test fires her two-toned Glock 19 at the gun range.
Frankie aims her custom Glock 19 during the first heist.
Smith & Wesson 5904
A early model Smith & Wesson 5904 with Novak sights is carried by one of the robbers at the film's start.
Smith & Wesson 5904 - 9x19mm
One of the bank robbers aims his 5904 at Frankie.
Smith & Wesson 669
A Smith & Wesson 669 is carried by Stony (Jada Pinkett Smith) for first set of robberies, and finally by Frankie (Vivica A. Fox) in the final climax.
Smith & Wesson 669 - 9x19mm
Frankie (Vivica A. Fox
) holds the S&W to Strode's neck asking him what's the procedure when you have a gun at your head.
Smith & Wesson Model 645 (or 4506)
An LAPD officer is seen with what appears to be either a Smith & Wesson Model 645 or a early-model 4506 holstered on his belt.
Smith & Wesson 645 - .45 ACP. This particular 645 is the screen used pistol carried and fired by Don Johnson
in the series Miami Vice
An LAPD officer is seen with the S&W holstered.
Smith & Wesson Model 66
The Smith & Wesson Model 66 is used by Darnell (W.C.) and Luther (Thomas Jefferson Bryd).
Smith & Wesson Model 66 Snub with 2" barrel - .357 Magnum
) holds his Model 66 to a hostage's head during the opening robbery.
Luther (Thomas Jefferson Bryd
) produces his own Model 66 when being questioned by the girls as to the whereabouts of the money.
Smith & Wesson Model 60
T.T. (Kimberly Elise) carries and uses a Smith & Wesson Model 60. During the climax, Cleo hands the S&W to T.T. before the final bank robbery.
Smith & Wesson Model 60 - .38 Special / .357 magnum
Taurus Model 856
A man at the bank attempts to intervene by trying to draw his Taurus Model 856, only to be caught and have it taken away by TT.
Taurus Model 856 - .38 Special
The man lifts his jacket up, revealing the Model 856 in a concealed holster.
T.T. takes the revolver from him, just as he draws it.
Remington 700 Sniper Rifle
An LAPD SWAT sniper jumps on the roof of a police car to set up his Remington 700.
Remington 700PSS with Harris bipod - .300 Winchester Magnum
The SWAT sniper gets into position with his Remington 700.
Benelli M3 Super 90
A member of Black Sam's gang is seen holding a Benelli M3 Super 90 at the gun range.
Benelli M3 Super 90 12 Gauge with pistol grip stock combination - 12 gauge
The M3 can be seen sticking up on the far left, by a gang member.
Mossberg 500 Cruiser
The Mossberg 500 Cruiser is seen used by police and gang members.
Mossberg 500 Cruiser with plain barrel, no heat shield - 12 gauge
One of Black Sams' gang members is seen wielding and shooting a pistol-gripped Mossberg 500 shotgun.
Firing what is clearly a blank charge.
A SWAT team member unloads his Mossberg 500 on Stony.
Remington Model 870
The Remington 870 is used by LAPD officers toward the film's conclusion.
Remington 870 with early style black synthetic Riot foregrips and buttstock - 12 gauge
An LAPD officer trains his 870 on Stony's lowrider.
LAPD officer with his 870 at the ready.
Lorenz (Samuel Monroe Jr.) carries and fires a MAC-11 during the opening bank robbery scene. He later uses the MAC-11 to fire upon the SWAT team as they enter his apartment.
RPB Industries M11A1 - .380 ACP
Lorenz enters the bank with his MAC-11 ready.
He returns fire at the bank guards.
Lorenz opens fire with his MAC-11 as SWAT enters his apartment.
IMI Uzi (Custom Two-Tone)
Cleo (Queen Latifah) uses a custom two-tone Uzi submachine gun with a nickel finish during the last bank robbery and during her last stand. The weapon is previously seen in the hands of Black Sam (Dr. Dre), who loans the weapon to Cleo (Queen Latifah). The Uzi used in this movie is a transferable pre-1986 conversion of an Uzi Model B Carbine converted by LaFrance Specialties and customized for the production by Ellis Props & Graphics.
Stainless IMI Uzi with extended stock - 9x19mm
The barrel and foregrip of the Uzi is seen in Black Sam's arms.
Cleo keeps the bank patrons at bay with the Uzi.
Cleo keeps the Uzi, trained on Strode and Waller, during the standoff at the bank.
Closeup of the custom Uzi.
Heckler & Koch HK94A3 Chopped and Converted
The LAPD SWAT officers throughout the movie use Heckler & Koch HK94A3s chopped and converted to full-auto, meant to pass for MP5A3s. They are fitted with Surefire 628 foreends.
The "Fake MP5", the Heckler & Koch HK94A3 Converted to full auto fire, shortened barrel and added third firing position on trigger pack - 9x19mm. This version was used in many films during the 1980s and 1990s.
As LAPD SWAT close in on Stevie, a closeup of an HK94A3 barrel comes into view.
LAPD SWAT officers open fire on Stevie with their HK94A3s.
LAPD SWAT officers open fire on Stony with their HK94A3s.
SWAT officers converge on Stony's car with their HK94s.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 (airsoft)
Some of the SWAT officers use actual Heckler & Koch MP5A3s, but these appear to be non-firing airsoft replicas.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with original "slimline" forearm - 9x19mm
The SWAT officers enter Lorenz's apartment armed with MP5A3s. Note that front sight of the leader's weapon is broken off, suggesting that it is an inexpensive plastic airsoft replica that was damaged during a stunt.
SWAT officers search for Lorenz.
In several scenes, numerous weapons are featured.
Another shot inside the apartment then shows, Mossberg 500 Cruiser
pistol gripped shotgun on the coffee table, an Ingram MAC-11
on the same coffee table, and the M16
-style rifle next to the couch.
When SWAT enter the apartment, the lights are now off, so identification is tricky, but on the left, sitting in the chair you can see a shadow of a Mossberg 500 Bullpup
shotgun, and an AK
As Stony leans against a table, several handguns are seen, but they are difficult to make out.
Smith & Wesson 66 Non Gun
Darnell (W.C.) uses a Smith & Wesson 66 Non Gun to hold up the bank, however, when the camera does a closeup of the gun, it is clearly shown to be a Revolver "Non Gun".
The M66 Non-Gun, the barrel is way to wide, and the cylinder is crooked as well.