11.6 is a 2013 French thriller written and produced by Philippe Godeau. This movie recounts the true story of Toni Musulin (played by François Cluzet), an armored truck driver for the security firm Loomis. The morning of November 5th, 2009, Toni Musulin steals 11.6 millions Euros by simply driving off after his colleagues got off the truck in order to collect more money bags. Musulin become a media sensation in France after pulling off "the heist of the century" without using force or even a weapon.
The following weapons were used in the film 11.6:
The issued weapon of Ibris' security guards is the Beretta 92F. The only time they are seen fired is at the shooting range. The rest of the time, they are either seen holstered, or handed to the guards at the armory. Note that as the movie was filmed in France and Ibris being, in the movie, a French security firm, these may also be PAMAS G1 pistols.
Ibris also issues a standard shotgun. However, it is unknown what model it is, as it bears a strong resemblance to the Winchester Model 1300, but does not fully match this model. It is never fully seen or fired.