Kiss The Girls
Kiss the Girls is a 1997 thriller directed by Gary Fleder and based on the James Patterson bestseller of the same name. Morgan Freeman stars as Dr. Alex Cross, a forensic detective psychologist who searches for clues to locate a serial kidnapper with the assistance of a woman (Ashley Judd) who escaped the psychopath's lair. Freeman would reprise the role in 2001's Along Came a Spider and the series would later be rebooted in 2012's Alex Cross.
The following weapons were used in the film Kiss The Girls:
SIG-Sauer P226 (Nickel)
DCPD Detective Dr. Alex Cross' (Morgan Freeman) sidearm throughout the film is a nickel-plated SIG-Sauer P226. Freeman later uses the nickel P226 again when he reprises his role as Dr. Cross in Along Came a Spider.
It's interesting to note that in the climax, when Cross confronts Casanova, the film's antagonist, Casanova tells him to "Reach for the Glock and take me down." - This is a line of dialogue taken directly from the book, in which Cross used a Glock 17 rather than a SIG P226 as his sidearm. It seems that the property master/weapons handler never corrected the actors on this inconsistency.
Smith & Wesson Model 64
The abused woman at the beginning of the film threatens to commit suicide with her husband's 3" Smith & Wesson Model 64, which a detective describes to Dr. Alex Cross (Morgan Freeman) as a "Smith & Wesson .38".
Smith & Wesson 6906
When the police and FBI are going through the hideout where Casanova kept the women, a Beretta 92SB is photographed and then confiscated. This is presumably the same gun used by Casanova to shoot at Dr. Rudolph (Tony Goldwyn) in order to intimidate him.