Snakes on a Plane
Snakes on a Plane is a 2006 action thriller starring Samuel L. Jackson as FBI Special Agent Neville Flynn, who has to transport Sean Jones (Nathan Phillips) from Hawaii to Los Angeles so he can testify against Eddie Kim (Byron Lawson) for murder. But before the plane reaches 30,000 feet, hundreds of venomous snakes are unleashed on the plane which leads to Flynn fighting for his life and the lives of other passengers on the plane. The film, which was directed by former stuntman David R.Ellis (Cellular), became an internet phenomenon prior to its release due to its outrageous title and premise and several scenes were added to give it an "R" rating in the US.
The following weapons were used in the film Snakes on a Plane:
Beretta 92FS Inox
FBI Special Agent Neville Flynn (Samuel L. Jackson) carries a Beretta 92FS Inox throughout the film and uses it on three occasions. Clarence Dewey (Flex Alexander) also briefly gets a hold of it when he snaps under stress, though is relieved of it when one of his friends talks him down. The 92FS Inox is a very unrealistic weapon for an FBI agent to use.
FBI Agent Hank Harris (Bobby Cannavale) uses a SIG-Sauer P226 to shoot and wound a snake keeper while going to grab the anti-venom needed to treat the snake bite victims on the plane. One of the thugs that try to kill Sean uses what appears to be a suppressed SIG-Sauer P226