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The following weapons were used in the film War, Inc.:
Brand Hauser (John Cusack) carries a Walther P99 as his primary weapon, frequently two at once. He uses a P99 with a suppressor and laser sight to assassinate the three German men in Canada as the film opens. He later uses them in a shootout with Tamerlane shock-troops. Hauser seems to have problems with his P99s, as the slides never lock back when empty, constantly surprising him in the middle of firefights.
Hauser uses a P99 with suppressor and laser sight to complete his first hit of the movie.
Hauser speeds along on Walken's power chair with his P99.
Hauser takes cover behind Walken's power chair, a P99 in each hand.
Brand Hauser (John Cusack) and Walken (Ben Kingsley) are both initially armed with Beretta 92FS handguns in flashback scenes. Ooq-Mi-Fay Taqnufmini is also armed with a Beretta 92FS with stainless slide, which he memorably shoots himself with when trying to tuck it into his pants. Ooq-Mi-Fay's Beretta is a Kimar 8mm blank-firing replica of the Beretta Inox, noted by its black controls.
Walken pulls his Beretta 92FS on Hauser in the old theme park.
Walken takes Hauser's Beretta as well, and forces him back towards the garbage truck.
A close up of Walken's and Hauser's Beretta 92FS'.
Walken fires his two Berettas until the slides lock back.
Walken drops his Beretta and Hauser's on the ground, and they no longer have the slides locked back.
Hauser commandeers the two Beretta 92FS' and fires at Walken.
Kimar Model 92
The Kimar Model 92 with black controls used by Ooq-Mi-Fay (Sergej Trifunovic). Natalie Hegalhuzen (Marisa Tomei) is also seen with this gun in hand.
Kimar Model 92 nickel finish - 8mm Blank
Ooq-Mi-Fay brandishes his Kimar 8mm replica after shooting himself in the buttocks with it.
A drunk Ooq-Mi-Fay waves his Beretta 92FS around before he passes out.
Ooq-Mi-Fay pulls his Beretta 92FS at the wedding.
Natalie Hegalhuzen (Marisa Tomei
) disarms him and seized this gun.
One of gangsters is equipped with a Glock 17 pistol.
4th Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm. What differentiates this model from older models is the removable backstrap to provide a better grip.
A gangster put his Glock to Hauser's back.
Smith & Wesson Model 60
One of the men who takes Natalie Hagelhusen's camera crew hostage is armed with a stainless steel Smith & Wesson Model 60.
Smith & Wesson Model 60 - .38 Special
Turaqi gangster with a Smith & Wesson Model 60.
Smith & Wesson Model 686
In another scene later the same gangster owned Smith & Wesson Model 686 snub revolver.
Smith & Wesson Model 686 -.357 Magnum
Turaqi gangster aims a gun at Hauser's head.
The Uzi is first seen in the hands of a thug working for Ooq-Mi-Fay, but is commandeered by Yonica Babyeah (Hilary Duff), who initially holds it by the stock.
Uzi Sub-machine gun - 9mm.
A thug working for Ooq-Mi-Fay holds his Uzi in his hand.
Yonica started firing from her Uzi.
Yonica empties her Uzi into the ceiling.
Brand Hauser (John Cusack) has a Steyr AUG A2 with special camera-scope that he attempts to use to assassinate the Turaqi Sheik. The barrel has a custom flash-hider that imitates the Barett M95, and is controlled remotely via joystick from Hauser's HMMWV.
- Actually what determines if it is an A2 is not the scope mount (AUG-A2s are available with both the incorporated scope and the scope mount), but the fact that the charging handle can "fold", for lack of a better word, against the receiver. The A1 model, which this appears to be, has a fixed charging handle that is permenantly canted at an angle. Just as an additional note, the A1 model was also available with a Picatinny scope rail in place of the integrated scope.SAWGunner89 15:30, 12 December 2009 (UTC)
Steyr AUGA2 with camera scope and remote control mount. Note the Barret M95 style flash-hider and the rail instead of an integrated scope(indicating it is an A2 model.)
Wide angle shot of Hauser's AUGA2 on the roof.
Many different AK-47 variants are seen in the hands of Tamerlane soldier, Shock Troops, and rebellious Turaqi militia. Typically the Turaqi militia are armed with older AK-47 and AKM models, whereas Tamerlane employees are armed with Arsenal ARs instead. A few Tamerlane soldiers are armed with AKMS rifles.
Arsenal AR-M1F - 7.62x39mm
Norinco MAK-90 - 7.62x39mm
A Poly Technologies Legend AK with original Russian Style front sight, AKM muzzle brake, and bayonet - 7.62x39mm
Tamerlane employees with AKMS underfolders.
A Tamerlane employee delivers Hauser's dry cleaning, Arsenal AR in hand.
Closeup of a militia soldier's MAK-90. Note the thumb hole stock.
The film makers shooting their hostage video, armed with an Arsenal AR-M1F (in the front).
The film makers shooting their hostage video, armed with an AKM (in the back).
A truck full of Turaqi militia fire at a helicopter with AK-47 and AKM rifles.
Hauser fires his Arsenal AR from the back of Walken's power chair.
Three-Barrelled Gatling Gun
A three-barrelled Gatling gun is mounted on top of the BTR-80 that delivers Hauser's dry cleaning.
The Tamerlane BTR that delivers Hauser's dry cleaning is seen on the street below.
81mm "Tucha" smoke grenade launcher
On the tower tank is mounted a 81mm "Tucha" smoke grenade launcher.
Tank on the street is equipped with a smoke grenade launcher.
Unidentified rocket pod
The military helicopter is equipped with unidentified rocket pods positioned under the side wings.
Under a side wing of helicopter is seen an uknown rocket pod.