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Raid (2003)

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Raid (2003)

Raid is a 2003 Finnish crime film. After two years of circling Russia and Sweden, Finnish "torpedo" Raid (Kai Lehtinen), returns to Finland to investigate an arson that killed three people, including his girlfriend. The film was based on a 2000 miniseries of the same name.

The following firearms can be seen in the film Raid:


Colt Government Model

Raid (Kai Lehtinen) carries a two-tone Colt Government Model pistol as his sidearm in the film (as the character did in the original TV series). Although, Raid's Colt Government turns into a regular Colt Government Model after he returns to Finland. Legionnaire (Jorma Tommila) also carries a two-tone Colt Government Model as his primary sidearm in the film. He most notably uses it during the duel at the cabin. Note that the two-tone Government is a blank-firing prop, probably made by Umarex or a similar company.

Colt Government Model M1911A1 - .45 ACP
Two tone Colt Government Model M1911A1 - .45 ACP
Raid sticks his two-tone Government on the ass of one of the Russian criminals near the beginning of the film.
Legionnaire fires his two-tone Government at one of his disposable henchmen.
Raid holds his Government on Emperor at the hospital.
Raid fires his Government through the cabin class at one of Legionnaire's henchmen.
Close-up of Legionnaire's Government during the duel. The gun has an unusual bore size, and an external extractor, which means this gun is a blank-firing copy of the real thing.
Legionnaire's Government tucked in his pants after the duel. Note the wood grips.

Beretta 85F

Sundman (Juha Muje) carries a Beretta 85F with him. He lends it to Raid near the beginning of the film, as the duo 'repossess' Sundman's car back from a sleazy car salesman. The Cheetah in the film is a blank-firing replica, made by Umarex or another similar company.

Beretta 85F Pistol - Satin Nickel Finish - 8 round single stack - .380 ACP
Raid holds the Cheetah.
Sundman cocks his Cheetah.
He tries to fire the gun, but as he says; "the damn gun is out of bullets".
Legionnaire holds Sundman's Beretta at the cabin.
Close-up of the Cheetah during the duel. Note that this gun is also a blank firing replica.

Beretta 92FS

Legionnaire (Jorma Tommila) can be seen with a Beretta 92FS during the boat scene. He uses it to intimidate a henchman, but lays the Beretta down and finishes him off with his Colt Government. Wise choice.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Legionnaire holds the Beretta.

Taurus PT99

Raid (Kai Lehtinen) acquires a Taurus PT99 from one of Sundman's 'business associates'.

Older-model Taurus PT99AF (blued) - 9x19mm
Raid sights the Taurus.
Raid fires his Taurus at one of Legionnaire's thugs.
Raid aims his PT99 at Legionnaire at the cabin.
Raid holds his Taurus.

Taurus PT92C

One of Legionnaire's (Jorma Tommila) carries a Taurus PT92C as his sidearm in the film.

Taurus PT92C - Black version with wood grips - 9x19mm
Close-up of the grip.
Legionnaire's henchman tries to fire his Tauru, but is no match for Raid.

Glock 17

One of Legionnaire's (Jorma Tommila) carries a Glock 17 as his sidearm in the film, and uses it to kill a reporter during a riot (off-screen). All of the police officers that appear in the film also carry Glock 17s as their sidearms, which is correct in real-life. Police Sergeant Huusko's (Pekka Huotari) sidearm turns into a Glock 17 during the scene at the cabin. Sundman takes it from him after the duel with the Legionnaire (Jorma Tommila), noting that even though he's one of the good guys, they still have some unfinished business. A couple of Hollander's henchmen can also be seen with Glock 17s.

2nd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm
The thug tries to reach for his Glock after Legionnaire puts down his Beretta.
A policeman has a holstered Glock 17.
Sundman holds Huusko's sidearm after the duel at the cabin.
One Hollander's men holds a Glock 17 near the climax.

Smith & Wesson 686

One of Sundman's (Juha Muje) 'business associates' pulls a Smith & Wesson Model 686 on Raid during their introduction.

Smith & Wesson Model 686 6" Barrel - .357 Magnum
The business associate pulls his Smith on Raid.
He then checks the chamber to see if it's loaded.

Smith & Wesson M&P Revolver

Emperor (Helge Herala) pulls a Smith & Wesson M&P revolver on Raid (Kai Lehtinen) as he comes to visit him in the hospital.

Smith & Wesson M&P Revolver - .38 Special
"You wanna talk business, or shoot through the business?"
Emperor holds his M&P on Raid.

Walther P88 Compact

Fair-Masa's (Pertti Sveholm) helper tries to pull a Walther P88 Compact on Raid during the repossession of Sundman's car, but Sundman luckily intervenes.

Walther P88 Compact - 9x19mm
The helper tries to fire at Raid, bu is unsuccessful.

SIG-Sauer P225

Police Sergeant Huusko (Pekka Huotari) carries a SIG-Sauer P225 as his sidearm in the film, although it is only seen briefly on-screen.

SIG-Sauer P225 - 9x19mm
Huusko holds his sidearm after the lighthouse shootout.

Remington 1875

Horseman (Markku Maalismaa) can be seen with two Remington 1875 revolvers holstered during the boat ride near the end of the film.

Ubertl replica of a Remington 1875 - .45 Long Colt
Horseman with his Remingtons.

Unknown revolver

A Russina criminal can briefly be seen with an unidentified revolver near the beginning of the film, as he and his accomplices try to raid Raid's and Horseman's truck.

The criminal holds his revolver.

Submachine gun

IMI Micro Uzi

One of Legionnaire's henchmen uses a IMI Micro Uzi during the attack on the lighthouse. He fires it wildly in the air as Raid kills him.

IMI Micro Uzi with bent trigger guard - 9x19mm
The henchman holds his Micro Uzi as he goes down.


Benelli M1 Super 90

Legionnaire (Jorma Tommila) can be seen with a Benelli M1 Super 90 after the light house shootout. The shotgun only appears in one scene, and is never seen again.

Benelli M1 Super 90 with extended magazine tube and pistol grip stock - 12 Gauge
Legionnaire holds his shotgun.

12 Gauge Double-Barreled Shotgun

Fair-Masa (Pertti Sveholm) tries to pull a 12 Gauge Double Barreled Sawed-Off Shotgun from under his table when Raid (Kai Lehtinen) and Sundman (Juha Muje) 'repossess' Sundman's car. Raid kicks the table at Masa and the shotgun goes off, with hilarious results.

Remington Spartan Sawed Off shotgun - 12 Gauge
Fair-Masa holds the shotgun ... or what's left of it.

Mossberg 590

Several of Legionnaire's (Jorma Tommila) henchmen wield Mossberg 590 shotguns fitted with ghostring sights and heat shields as their primary firearms in the film. You can't see it from these screencaps, but at least two of the shotguns also have speedfeed stocks.

Mossberg 590 with ghost ring sights and speedfeed stock - 12 Gauge
Legionnaire's men hold their Mossbergs as they watch their work in progress.
A henchman fires his Mossberg during the light house shootout.
The same henchman tries to turn around as Raid is behind him, but is stuck because of the shotgun.
A henchman aims his shotgun at Sergeant Huusko at the cabin.



One of the Russian criminals trying to raid Raid's and Horseman's truck can be seen wielding an AK-47. Raid later takes the rifle and throws it in the bush.

Final Production version of the Type III AK-47 with cleaning rod removed and laminated stock - 7.62x39mm
The criminal holds the AK-47.
Raid holds the Kalashnikov.


Weihrauch air gun

Raid also uses a Weihrauch air gun fitted with a scope and a laser sight at one point to dispatch one of Legionnaire's henchmen at the lighthouse.

Raid takes the air gun.
Raid aims the air gun.

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