Shepherd: Border Patrol, The
The Shepherd: Border Patrol is a 2008 American action thriller film directed by Isaac Florentine. Its starring Jean-Claude Van Damme as a police officer who comes to the borderland to assist local officers take down drug cartels.
The following weapons were used in the film The Shepherd: Border Patrol:
Beretta 92FS (Replica)
What appears to be a Beretta 92FS is used by several characters including Jack Robideaux (Jean-Claude Van Damme) and Karp (Scott Adkins). The pistol is actually seen ejecting shells, but because the production was filmed in Bulgaria, this is more likely a Kimar Model 92 blank-firing replica.
Benjamin Meyers (Stephen Lord) carries a pistol that resembles a Walther P99. This is more likely a replica as well.
A thug who attempts to shoot Jack with a Glock 17.
PPS-43 (Fake MP5A3)
What appears to be a Heckler & Koch MP5A3 is carried by Karp (Scott Adkins) at the beginning of the film. Since this film was shot in Bulgaria, this weapon most likely a PPS-43 mocked up to resemble the MP5, similar to ones seen in Behind Enemy Lines II: Axis of Evil.
Hatsan Escort AimGuard
Arsenal AR (Customized)
The modern assault rifles are used by cartel members disguised as clergy during the shootout with border patrol officers. In reality these rifles are Arsenal ARs with different muzzle brakes, the stocks removed and customized handguards.
M16A2 (Bulgarian Arsenal AR)
The M16A2 rifles used in the film appear to be mocked up Arsenal ARs similar to ones seen in Universal Soldier: Regeneration. The rifle is seen in the hands of Special Ops soldiers as well as being used by Jack Robideaux (Jean-Claude Van Damme).