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I just saw a commercial for the HD DVD release of Hot Fuzz and they showed a scene wherein a Catholic priest says "Stop this mindless violence!" and whips out two small-frame handguns hidden in the sleeves of his outfit. I was unable to identify them because the camera cut to the next scene in the commercial too quickly. Can anyone else ID these weapons and add them to the article? Orca1 9904 01:01, 26 July 2007 (UTC)

I've got a boatload of screenshots for Hot Fuzz I need to upload... pics of the pistols are in there, though I wasn't able to identify them... bunni 01:20, 26 July 2007 (UTC)

Snarky Commentary

I am removing snarky commentary from this page. If you're one of the folks who put in sarcastic insults to the actors .... tough titties. MoviePropMaster2008 02:28, 20 May 2009 (UTC)


In the Mossberg section, the gun in Andy's hand is NOT a Mossberg, it has a cross bolt safety, and is marked Squires Bingham, so not a Mossberg, idk what it is though, maybe someone else can help with that. Oh and Mary Porter's isn't either, the rear of the receiver has a slight hump. Looks like a Charles Daly.-RedJedRevolver 23:58, 1 July 2009 (UTC)

Annette Roper

The shop owner lady's name is Annette Roper, played by Patricia Franklin.

Fake Gun?

Since the air rifle used at the fete and the fake gun used by Eve Draper are included, can anyone else ID the fake gun used by Danny while watching Point Break?

LOL, that's his TV remote! -MT2008 12:49, 21 July 2009 (UTC)


you know, for a town in Britain (A country whose top three most hated things are the Irish, Indians and guns) that little town in the movie sure does have alot of firearms-S&Wshooter 01:15, 1 August 2009 (UTC)
Irish, immigrants and guns. Only the extreme right wing of the british goverment hates immigrants and the Irish however.-Oliveira 13:14, 1 August 2009 (UTC)
Sure they do. That totally explains the Troubles hahaha-S&Wshooter 03:56, 3 August 2009 (UTC)
I think the Troubles is much more easily blamed on the far-right Ulster Unionists than the British government. And in my experience, the Brits hate the Northern Irish Protestants (who claim to be British) almost as much as the Catholics. But anyway, this isn't the place for this discussion... -MT2008
I don't think the UDA or IRA are going to keep up there antics for much longer, thank god-S&Wshooter 04:02, 3 August 2009 (UTC)

if heckler and koch can send an 82 yr old a MP5 that lives in a small country town mistaking here for a police station anythings posable - scarecrow

The last time I checked, the Conservatives and other right-wing political parties in the UK were as equally against legal gun ownership as their Labour and left-wing counterparts. Don't forget that the 1988 gun laws (the laws that prohibited the legal ownership of semi-automatic centrefire rifles in the UK) that were introduced in the UK after the Hungerford massacre in 1987 were done by Margaret Thatcher's Tory Government. It seems that the conservatives in both the UK and Australia are against gun ownership and support draconian gun laws (I know because I live in Australia, I own a few firearms and I saw first hand the anti-gun hysteria the conservative government of John Howard and the Australian media whipped up in Australia in the days and weeks after the Port Arthur massacre in April 1996)-Roughneck Jase 10:09AM AEST, 19 October 2010 (UTC)

That sums up the the UK gun situation quite well Roughneck Jase. However, the conservatives opinions of guns (UK atleast) can partly be blamed on wanting to appear friendly and liberal - in other words, gain votes. There are that many MAG type groups in the UK, they're bound to get some votes by appearing anti-gun. @ Scarecrow - if you're talking about what I think you are, it was actually the Police Firearms training centre, not H&K who sent the elderly lady the submachine gun! And finally - trust me S&WShooter, the Brits hate far more than the Irish, Indians and guns.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRNvXv1J84A Everyone should watch this! --Btgr (talk) 18:35, 9 June 2013 (EDT)

Anyone notice maybe...

How Mr. Webleys name may be a reference to the british webley revolvers? thought crossed my mind. I know the name comes up a lot in the UK but y'know...something to think about.--ConditionNone 07:50, 6 December 2009 (UTC)


Hope you people don't mind if I re-organized it so it looks cleaner.--ThePotShot 21:00, 1 April 2010 (UTC)

Outtake firearm

In one of the outtakes which you can find on youtube, it shows Simon Pegg failing to do the S019 scene and you can briefly see the Police officer behind him with a shotgun which resembles a Remington 870 but it could be a Winchester or Mossberg used later on, infact The British armed forces use Remingtons for door breaching.

Old People

it may be just me, but it seems most of the older townspeople in the movie do a better job of firing their weapons than the younger ones, case in point being Mr. Treacher and the shopkeeper with the Steyr. I guess that proves the old adage, with age comes experience. :P -- K 21:13, 24 August 2010 (UTC)

Mr. Treacher is so good with firarms because the actor playing him (Tim Barlow) is actually deaf! He had lost his hearing for over fifty years before having a cochlea transplant in 2008, one year after this film was made. (jackbel)


During the SO19 scene at the beginning, Simon Pegg fires an automatic burst into the offender with the Kalashnikov. This is incorrect as all weapons used by British Police are limited to Semi-Automatic fire only, as an officer may only use the number of bullets necessary to stop the suspect. This does not apply to Military Police. Theocd

This is not entirely true. It is the case that standard ARV (Armed Response Vehicle) officers and foot officers will only be issued semi-automatic weapons. However SFOs (Specialist Firearms Officers) do on occasion use fully automatic weapons. SFOs would be used for hostage or terrorism related situations, making this case slightly more possible.--Commando552 13:08, 19 October 2010 (UTC)

Could you provide a source? Not being anal, just want to make sure my facts are straight. Cheers. Theocd

I always thought it was only one shot fired anyway. As for sources: clicky! The Wierd It 15:58, 19 October 2010 (UTC)

I watched it a few times and as far as I can tell there are at least two muzzle flahes and accompanying sounds. As for the source, the only things I can find is "all MP5s used by British police are single fire / semi-automatic only. " and "As with their MP5s, CO19 G36s are fitted with single-fire trigger groups." Theocd

Possible manual rather than mechanical burst then? The Wierd It 15:06, 20 October 2010 (UTC)


When danny quotes will smith by sayin " your off the fuckin chain!" when does will smith say that?Simmons 8492

Will Smith says it in Bad Boys 2 when they get the cars thrown at them. --cool-breeze 18:03, 9 August 2011 (CDT)

smith wesson model 64

i just looked at the picture of the gun again and it seems to either have pearl or ivory grips if you look close enough.

redoing page.

I am going to redo this page with widescreen images. I will try my best to keep the images the same, i.e. screenshot the same points in the movie. :-) --Zackmann08 11:25, 18 February 2012 (CST)

Shopkeeper at the window

Has an M1 carbine, not an M14 (which she probably wouldn't be able to lift), you can see it clearly when she lifts it to clear her stoppage. I'll corect it on the page

That is clearly not an M1 Carbine. She's appears to be a healthy woman in her forties. Why wouldn't she be able to lift an M14? --Funkychinaman (talk) 14:01, 6 June 2014 (EDT)
Ignoring the bizarre leap in logic, you can tell that it is not an M1 Carbine based on the fact that it has a visible gas tube ahead of the handguard (like the M14's). --commando552 (talk) 18:30, 6 June 2014 (EDT)

Charter Arms Snub


Is it possible to ID with this image?--Quarax (talk) 04:11, 14 May 2016 (EDT)

It helps - That said, that actually looks more like a Smith & Wesson Model 60 to me. StanTheMan (talk) 13:43, 14 May 2016 (EDT)

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