Already Dead tells the story of Thomas Archer (Ron Eldard) who seeks revenge for the death of his son. He is contacted by a shady organization which arranges for him to take care of the man responsible, but once he gets to the site (abandoned warehouse compound), everything is not what it seems...
The following weapons were used in the film Already Dead:
A Beretta 92FS is seen used by one of the gunmen. Also by Thomas Archer (Ron Eldard) later on, briefly near the end of the film.
One of the gunmen tries to shoot The Man (Til Schweiger
) and Thomas Archer (Ron Eldard
), but misses. The gunman also has an MP5A2 slung over his back.
The Man (Til Schweiger) acquires a 3rd Generation Glock 17 after he kills one of the gunmen. He uses it through the rest of the film.
A generation 3 Glock, 9x19mm.
The Man firing his Glock in the shootout near the end.
Smith & Wesson Model 10
A Smith & Wesson Model 10 is used by both Thomas Archer and The Man.
Smith & Wesson Model 10 with 2 inch barrel. .38 Special.
Thomas Archer loading the S&W Model 10.
Nice shot of the Model 10.
The Man threatening Thomas Archer.
A SIG-Sauer P226 is the handgun used by The Man (Til Schweiger) when we last see him on screen. Also used briefly by Dr. Heller (Christopher Plummer) in the shootout near the end. It might be the same prop on both occasions.
A Colt Defender is the sidearm of The Detective (Patrick Kilpatrick).
The Detective (Patrick Kilpatrick
) lies dead with his Colt Defender drawn. This is the only clear shot of The Detective's Defender.
One of the gunmen is seen with a Mossberg 590, which features an extended magazine tube and a shell holder. He uses it several times.
Mossberg 590 with an extended magazine tube. 12 gauge.
The gunman on the left readies his Mossberg 590.
The gunman tries to shoot The Man and Thomas Archer, but misses.
Heckler & Koch MP5A2
A Heckler & Koch MP5A2 is used by one of the gunmen. Thomas Archer (Ron Eldard) also gets a hold of this gun, after the gunman is killed.
MP5A2 with Surefire 628 dedicated fore end weapon light, 9x19mm.
MP5A2 lying on the ground.
Thomas Archer firing the gun. NOTE: Even though Thomas Archer wasn't supposed to have used guns before, he handles them like a pro.
Archer's MP5 from a different angle.
Colt M4 Variant
A M4 variant is used by two gunmen and The Man in the movie. The Firearm most closely resembles the Law Enforcement Carbine with an M4 style 16" barrel, RIS rails and Xenon weapon fore light. The vertical foregrip is unusual in that it looks like the grip of a Beretta 92 handgun rather than the tradition vertical foregrip.
Good shot of the M4 variant with 16" barrel. This angle, however, shows a very strange blank space where the ejector port and port cover should be. The M4 variant has an A1 style upper receiver. This could be a non-firing resin or airsoft gun.
The Man wields his M4. Now the weapon is a flat top variant, as seen by the knobs for the detachable carry handle.
A wide shot of the M4 variant.