Kill Point, The
The Kill Point was a 2007 miniseries that aired in six parts on the Spike TV network. The miniseries focused on a crew of former US Marines who attempt to rob a bank in downtown Pittsburgh but wind up in a tense standoff with law enforcement. The cast included Donnie Wahlberg and John Leguizamo.
The following weapons were used in the miniseries The Kill Point:
Smith & Wesson Model 10 HB
When the robbers first take over the bank, the security guard Henry (Adam Kroloff) has a Smith & Wesson Model 10 HB revolver, which is quickly taken from him by "Mr. Pig" who then holds it on the other bystanders in the bank along with his MAC-11, though the revolver disappears after the first episode.
Smith & Wesson Model 36
The Pittsburgh Police negotiator, Captain Horst Cali (Donnie Wahlberg), carries a stainless steel Smith & Wesson Model 36 revolver as his sidearm, in contrast to his fellow officers who carry Glocks. He rarely uses it, preferring to employ his negotiating skills instead. He most notably has it drawn when chasing Mr. Wolf through the tunnel beneath the bank as Mr. Wolf flees back inside.
Pittsburgh Police officers and SWAT members responding to the robbery carry Glock 17 handguns. FBI Special Agent Carrie Southwell can be seen wielding both a 2nd and 3rd Glock 17 pistol during the first shootout. "Mr. Wolf" can be seen holding a Glock in promotional material as seen above, but never uses one onscreen.
One of the hostages, Leroy Barnes (Ryan Sands), hides a stainless steel Walther PPK in a potted plant in the bank. He later recovers it and holds it on "Mr. Rabbit" when the hostages make an ill-fated bid to overpower their captors, forcing him to drop his weapon, then pistol-whipping him with the pistol. He then loses it when the attempt fails, "Mr. Rabbit" taking it from him.
Desert Eagle Mark XIX
When Deke Quinlan and other members of Platoon 10-13 are forming a plan to get the robbers out of the bank from a nearby building, Leon (Nick Koesters) brandishes a two-tone Desert Eagle. It can also be seen on the table as they're talking.
Wilkinson Arms Linda Pistol
During the final shootout, Cpt. Cali (Donnie Wahlberg) gets ahold of a Beretta 92FS from one of Deke Quinlan's slain henchmen, having lost his revolver when he was taken with the robbers. He uses it in a shootout with Deke Quinlan and then in the final faceoff with Mr. Wolf.
Smith & Wesson 5904
When approaching the ambulance used by the robbers to escape the bank, a Pittsburgh P.D. officer can be seen with a Smith & Wesson 5904 at the ready, one of the few police personnel besides Cpt. Cali to use a handgun other than a Glock.
Jericho 941 R
Upon leaving the bank, "Mr. Wolf" (John Leguizamo) procures a stainless steel Jericho 941 R, using it as a backup to the Steyr AUG in the final shootout, and the ensuing faceoff with Cpt. Cali, using it to force Cali to fatally shoot him, calling Cali's act "a righteous kill" (an interesting reference, as John Leguizamo and Donnie Wahlberg would subsequently co-star as NYPD detectives in the 2008 film Righteous Kill.)
Smith & Wesson Model 5906
During the final shootout, "Mr. Cat" can be seen with a Smith & Wesson 5906 with ambidextrous safety selector as backup to his Heckler & Koch USC.
The robber Albert "Mr. Pig" Roman (Frank Grillo) carries a MAC-11 as his weapon of choice through most of the series. One of the hostages, Ashley Beck (Christine Evangelista), gets hold of it when she and some of the other hostages make a bid to overpower their captors, but loses her nerve when faced with the prospect of actually using the weapon and ends up letting "Mr. Pig" retake it, foiling their plans. It is likely that this SMG is one of the RPB MAC clones made in the early-80s (before the Cobray M11/9 was introduced).
Heckler & Koch SP89
The leader of the robbers, Jake "Mr. Wolf" Mendez (John Leguizamo), uses a Heckler & Koch SP89, a civilian variant of the Heckler & Koch MP5K with two magazines taped together "jungle style". One of the hostages named Rocko (Adam Cantor) is seen with it when disguised as "Mr. Wolf" when it seems like Ashley Beck is going to be released, and later gets hold of it briefly when some of the hostages stage an ill-fated bid to overpower their captors.
The robber Marshall "Mr. Cat" O'Brien, Jr. (J.D. Williams) wields a Micro Uzi with a custom shoulder sling. One of the hostages, an elderly man named Bernard (Bingo O'Malley), later gets a hold of the weapon in an ill-fated attempt to overpower their captors. Another Micro Uzi can be seen in the hands of one of the men brought in as backup during the final shootout, holding Cpt. Cali's wife Lucy Cali (Laurel Brooke Johnson) at gunpoint with it before being killed by Quincy.
The robbers' getaway driver, Deke Quinlan, (Steve Cirbus) can be seen using a two-tone Kimel AP-9 during the first shootout, and can be seen with it on the bed of his apartment while watching the standoff on television. He has it again during the final shootout, last seen with it after being killed by Cpt. Cali.
The robber Henry "Mr. Rabbit" Roman (Jeremy Davidson) and Pittsburgh Police officers responding to the robbery as well as one of the armored van drivers use Remington 870 shotguns. "Mr. Rabbit"'s shotgun has a Pachymar revolver-style pistol grip in place of the stock. He is last seen with it when his body is found in the bank, having been killed during a brawl with "Mr. Wolf" when the two came to blows about how to resolve the siege.
Benelli M1 Super 90
A Benelli M1 Super 90 fitted with a Surefire dedicated forend weaponlight can be seen in the hands of a SWAT officer during the subway shootout.
Pittsburgh Police officers responding to the robbery and an armored van driver use Colt AR-15A2 rifles, a civilian version of the M16A2, during the first shootout. They are recognizable as the heavy-barrel HBAR because they lack bayonet lugs under the front sight post, which is a characteristic of only the mid-/late-1980s HBAR variant of the AR-15A2; the standard AR-15A2 with the Government-profile barrel came from the factory with a bayonet lug. Another AR-15 A2 can be seen in the hands of one of the men brought in as backup during the final shootout, but he is taken out by SWAT before he can use it.
Pittsburgh Police SWAT officers responding to the bank robbery carry M4A1 carbines fitted with various accessories, including RIS foregrips and Surefire Universal weaponlights, though some of them have a regular handguard and Surefire M500A forend weaponlight. Due to the heavy SWAT presence, the weapon is one of the most common in scenes outside the bank. It should be noted that the M4A1s used in the show for non-firing scenes appear to be airsoft M4A1s. However, every time the "M4s" are fired, they magically turn into Colt AR-15 Sporter 1 carbines, as described below.
Colt AR-15 Sporter-1 Carbine
In scenes where Pittsburgh P.D. SWAT officers fire their M4A1 carbines, the weapons switch to Colt AR-15 SP1 carbines with 16" barrels, fitted with Surefire M500A weaponlights. The weapons are fired exclusively on semi-automatic, though it still doesn't help the police's abysmal accuracy.
Norinco Type 56-1
The robber "Mr. Mouse" (Leo Fitzpatrick) carries a Norinco Type 56-1 with an AKM-style slant compensator as his weapon of choice. The Type 56-1 is the only fully-automatic weapon in the entire mini-series, as the robbers carry semi-auto submachine guns clones and the police have semi-only AR-15 variants. However, the Type 56-1 only fires full-auto during the first gun battle before its users switch to semi, potentially to save ammunition. "Mr. Pig" later uses it briefly after "Mr. Mouse" becomes overcome with delusion due to infection of a gunshot wound he sustained during the first shootout. One of the men brought in as backup during the final shootout can also be seen with a Type 56-1 before being taken out by SWAT.
On a couple of occasions, the Type 56-1 used by "Mr. Mouse" will occasionally switch to an AKS-47, distinguishable by the open front sight design and the lack of the AKM-style muzzle brake seen on the Type 56-1.
Steyr AUG a1
In the final episode, Mr. Wolf uses a Steyr AUG A1, loading it while riding with Cpt. Cali to the site of the final shootout where he runs out of ammo and abandons the weapon, but not before wounding the SWAT commander, Lt. Connie Reubens (Michael Hyatt) with a shot to the shoulder from the rifle.
Heckler & Koch USC
During the final shootout, Mr. Cat uses a Heckler & Koch USC in place of his Micro Uzi. He uses it to try to provide cover fire so Wolf can escape, but is ultimately gunned down by the police.
"Mr. Pig" (Frank Grillo) uses a semi-automatic civilian carbine version of the Daewoo K1A1 during the final shootout, in place of the MAC-11 he carried before, discarding it when he boards a passing train, making him the only one of the robbers to escape.
One of the Pittsburgh Police SWAT snipers named Quincy (Michael K. Williams) uses a Blaser R93 with a Harris bipod. He gets to fire it twice in the last episode, killing one of the thugs brought in as backup who is holding Cpt. Cali's wife hostage at the start of the last shootout, and another thug brandishing a Norinco Type 56-1.
Some of the Pittsburgh Police SWAT snipers outside the bank can be seen using Remington 700PSS sniper rifles fitted with Harris bipods.
Ruger All-Weather Mark II M77
In one episode, a hitman hired by Alan Beck (Tobin Bell) assembles a Ruger All-Weather Mark II M77 sniper rifle with the metal parts parkerized (as opposed to the normal stainless finish) that he had been carrying in a suitcase. He fires it on one of the robbers who turns out to be Rocko disguised as "Mr. Wolf", hitting him in the ear before other members of Platoon 10-13 operating outside the bank can kill the sniper.
Model 7290 Flashbang Grenade
When the SWAT team makes their ill-fated attempt to storm the bank, they use a Model 7290 flashbang grenade to cover their retreat.