National Security is a 2003 American action comedy film directed by Dennis Dugan.
The following weapons were used in the film National Security:
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The Beretta 92FS is the standard sidearm of the LAPD, seen in the hands of Officer Hank Rafferty (Steve Zahn), his partner Charlie Reed (Timothy Busfield), Detective Frank McDuff (Colm Feore), and several other officers. Earl Montgomery (Martin Lawrence) also uses one while training at the police academy.
Hank Rafferty (Steve Zahn
) checks the warehouse with his Beretta and a flashlight. He gets 5 points for using the Harries technique right, but loses 10 for finger on the trigger!
Hank Rafferty (Steve Zahn
) aims at a window before jumping through it, switching to the Keller technique.
Earl Montgomery (Martin Lawrence
) busts into a room during his training, holding a Beretta.
Shooting at an extreme downward angle with nearly no kickback, Earl (Martin Lawrence
) shoots four white targets outside the "crime scene" while training. He did not shoot the board with the black man on it because it was an "innocent bystander" (with a Desert Eagle and a Heckler & Koch UMP!).
Hank turns in his badge and gun.
An LAPD officer points his Beretta at Hank and Earl when sent to arrest them at the impound lot. Based on this guy's grip on the gun, it is almost certain he is a cop in real life.
Detective Frank McDuff (Colm Feore
) fires his Beretta during the final shootout.
Colt Detective Special
While working for National Security, Earl Montgomery (Martin Lawrence) carries a third generation Colt Detective Special.
3rd Generation Colt Detective Special - .38 Special
Hank and Earl aims at each other when they take cover.
Earl pulls his Colt Detective Special on Hank.
Earl checks his Colt Detective Special at the police station when the officer tells him they never return live ammunition.
Earl orders a student driver to stop for him and Hank to take the car.
Earl teaches the student driver a lesson about when someone points a gun at his face.
Earl shows the driving instructor his Colt Detective Special.
Glock 17 (Two-tone converted to full-auto)
Earl's favorite gun, a third generation Glock 17 named "Earl Jr." is two-toned with an Insight M3 weaponlight, 33-round magazine, an extended compensated barrel, and modified to fire fully automatic. Hank borrows this gun when he goes after Nash (Eric Roberts) in the apartment.
3rd Generation Glock 17 with stainless slide and extended magazine - 9x19mm
Earl loads an extended magazine into his 'Earl Jr.' Note that this is a converted Glock 17 and not a Glock 18
due to the lack of the selector switch on the slide.
Earl fires his 'Earl Jr.' in the warehouse, using the 'gangsta-grip'.
Earl offers his 'Earl Jr.' to Hank to use against Nash (Eric Roberts
Earl fires his Glock 17 at Nash and McDuff during the final shootout.
Earl takes aim with his 'Earl Jr.'
Earl realizes his last magazine is "busted". Note the thumb rests on the grip showing that it is a 3rd Generation Glock 17.
Earl draws his Glock 17 on a car thief when he is finally an LAPD officer, but blows up the car the thief aimed to steal as the car's owner watches. Note here the gun is not fitted with the weaponlight, nor an extended magazine.
Jericho 941 R
Hank takes a Jericho 941 R from a thug and uses it during the warehouse shootout, twice pointing it at Earl's face.
IMI Jericho 941 R - 9x19mm
Hank takes cover after grabbing the Jericho and a spare magazine.
Hank fires a Jericho during the warehouse shootout.
Hank pulls a Jericho 941 R when Earl enters the car.
Hank pulls the gun on Earl. "Eagle" can be clearly read on the slide.
Hank (Steve Zahn) uses a Beretta Cougar during the last half of the film, most notably the apartment shootout and the final shootout.
Beretta 8000 Cougar F - 9x19mm
Hank enters the apartment with his Cougar.
Hank fires his Cougar, eyes close and facing the other direction, in the apartment.
Hank fires his Cougar out the van's back window during the final shootout.
Colt Mk IV Series 70
One of McDuff's thugs intimidates Lieutenant Washington (Bill Duke) with a Colt Mk IV Series 70. Washington later takes this gun and uses it to dispatch several henchmen.
Colt Mk IV Series 70 pistol with stainless steel finish - .45 ACP
A thug pulls his Colt on Lieutenant Washington (Bill Duke
Washington fires a Colt at a henchman.
Nash (Eric Roberts) uses a Colt M1911A1 as his primary sidearm during the beverage warehouse shootout.
Nash (Eric Roberts
) fires his Colt M1911A1 during the warehouse shootout.
Hank and Earl find a Makarov PM hidden under the seat in a red big rig driven by Britney (Leslie Jones).
Makarov PM in stainless (Baikal imported model IJ-70 pistol) - 9x18mm Makarov
Hank spots the Makarov under the seat.
Heckler & Koch USP
During the final shootout, Nash (Eric Roberts) uses a Heckler & Koch USP before Earl knocks it out of his hand.
Heckler & Koch USP - 9x19mm
When Earl is at the police academy, a paper target shows a Desert Eagle.
Hank (Steve Zahn) grabs an Uzi from a thug before the beverage warehouse shootout. Several other thugs, including Nash (Eric Roberts) and Stanton (Carl Ciarfalio), also use Uzis throughout the film.
Hank aims an Uzi at Nash but another thug puts his Jericho to Hank's head.
Stanton (Carl Ciarfalio
) fires his Uzi during the warehouse shootout. Note how this shot has been reversed.
Nash with his Uzi during the apartment shootout, he uses it to wound Earl's leg.
One of Nash's thugs uses an Intratec TEC-9 during the beverage warehouse shootout.
A thug fires his TEC-9 at Hank and Earl.
Heckler & Koch MP5A2
One of LAPD SWAT officer impersonators shoots at Hank with a Heckler & Koch MP5A2.
Heckler & Koch MP5A2 with "tropical" (wide) handguard - 9x19mm
A SWAT impersonator aims at Earl before Hank gets his attention.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
Some of LAPD SWAT officer impersonators hired by McDuff use Heckler & Koch MP5A3 submachine guns.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with "tropical" (wide) handguard and extended stock - 9x19mm
A fake SWAT officer aims at Hank and Earl.
Heckler & Koch UMP
When Earl is at the police academy, a paper target shows a Heckler & Koch UMP.
Heckler & Koch UMP45 - .45 ACP
Nash (Eric Roberts) shoots Charlie Reed (Timothy Busfield) with a parkerized pistol-gripped Ithaca 37 during the opening warehouse robbery, later identified by Hank by the tattoo on his arm.
Ithaca 37 Riot model, parkerized finish with sling, pistol grip and synthetic forearm - 12 Gauge
Nash aims his shotgun at Charlie.
The honor guards at Charlie's LAPD funeral fire M1903 Springfield rifles into the air.
M1903 Springfield (Mk 1) - .30-06
The honor guards fire Springfield rifles into the air.