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Super Troopers

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The following firearms were used in the film Super Troopers:

Super Troopers (2001).


Glock 17

All of the Vermont State Police troopers, including Rod Farva (Kevin Heffernan) and Capt. John O'Hagen (Brian Cox) use Glock 17s. The Spurbury Police, including Grady (Daniel von Bargen), Ursula (Marisa Coughlan), and later Farva, also use Glock 17s. This is unrealistic, as the actual Vermont State Police Department issues its officers SIG-Sauer P229s chambered for the .40 S&W cartridge and are switching to the Smith & Wesson M&P, also chambered in .40 S&W.

Glock 17 - 9mm (2nd generation)
Foster, Thorn, and Rabbit fire their Glocks at the range.
O'Hagen fires a round off, thinking the Glock is loaded with blanks to follow a traditional rookie haze, but is mistaken and puts a bullet through his car's window. If you look closely, he completely misses the window in this scene, but the window still shatters.
Farva attempts to arrest the state troopers for driving a stolen car.
Farva with his Glock 17.
Farva now attempts to arrest the local police.
Spurbury police fire at the oncoming police car.


Remington 870

Each police force uses a Remington 870 shotgun, seen in the hands of Farva, Ursula, and a town official. Note that the magazine tube on all the 870s in the film are stainless, indicating the same gun was used for all scenes due to budget constraints.

Remington 870 Police Magnum Riot Shotgun - 12 gauge

"Spread it on!" The state troopers pose with a Remington 870 and confiscated drugs.
Ursula holds a Remington 870 on Foster.
Farva prepares to go on duty with a Remington 870.


Marksman Repeater BB gun

When Spurbury police captain Grady draws his pistol inside the trailer, it appears to be a Marksman Repeater BB pistol, possibly a Marksman 1020.


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