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Ambulance is a 2022 American action film directed and produced by Michael Bay. Based on the 2005 Danish film of the same name by Laurits Munch-Petersen and Lars Andreas Pedersen, Ambulance stars Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as William Sharp, a war veteran, who is forced to rob a Federal Bank along with his adoptive brother Daniel (Jake Gyllenhaal) in order to pay for his wife's operation. During the robbery the brothers wound a police officer, forcing them to steal an ambulance with an EMT as the FBI and the LAPD follow in pursuit. The film's cast includes Eiza González, Keir O'Donnell, Jackson White, and Garret Dillahunt and was released in the United States on April 8, 2022
The following weapons were used in the film Ambulance:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Arsenal Firearms USA Stryk-B
Danny Sharp (Jake Gyllenhaal) has an Arsenal Firearms USA Stryk-B with Trijicon RMR red dot sight as a second weapon. He only uses it once, when LAPD Officer Zach reveals their deception in the bank.
Arsenal Firearms USA Stryk-B - 9x19mm Parabellum
Danny quickly pulls out a pistol from under his jacket before Zach has time to raise the alarm.
Papi's cartel member fires his Beretta 92FS while chasing the ambulance.
Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm Parabellum
After the shot, the slide moves back.
The man shoots the brothers again.
Brügger & Thomet USW-A1
"Mel Gibson" (Devan Chandler Long) checks the Brügger & Thomet USW-A1 with an extended magazine and flashlight before leaving the hideout. It is later used by Trent (Brendan Miller), running out of the bank building at the start of the shootout until he gets into a car accident.
Brügger & Thomet USW-A1 - 9x19mm Parabellum
"Mel Gibson" takes the USW-A1 at the beginning.
He holds it along with his rifle as he exits the hideout.
-Randazzo! Wrong door!
Trent brandishes his gun, noticing that the driver of the exit car is on the other side of the bank.
He gets into a shootout with the police.
The gun lies next to the wounded owner.
Because of the quick escape, "Mel" is unable to save Trent or take his gun.
All LAPD Officers, including Zach Parker (Jackson White) and Mark Ranshaw (Cedric Sanders), are armed with service Glock 17 pistols throughout the film. Mark uses a gun in a shootout with the robbers until reinforcements arrive. One of the robbers disarms Parker when he is taken hostage. By negligence, Mark puts his gun on a stretcher. FBI Agent Anson Clark (Keir O'Donnell) and two other agents also carry pistols in shoulder and leg holsters. Toward the end of the film, Zach finds a gun left by Mark, and Cam Thompson (Eiza González) takes it for self-defense. A little later, she accidentally shoots Will and hides the gun. In the final, Danny (Jake Gyllenhaal) finds a gun and guesses who actually wounded his brother, starting to threaten Cam with a pistol. Several SWAT officers, unlike others, carry Glock pistols in holsters.
Glock 17 - 9x19mm Parabellum
Officer Parker's pistol is seen in his holster when he is taken hostage.
Mark helps Randazzo fix the mail van, unaware of his true intentions. Note the magazine plate and frame insert.
Officer Ranshaw (Cedric Sanders
) pulls out the Glock and is about to shoot...
... but has to jump out when approaching truck crashes into a patrol car at speed.
The officer dodges shots with a Glock.
A holstered pistol of the officer (Chelsea Harris) who stopped Cam's ambulance.
Mark hastily puts his gun on the stretcher and helps Cam put wounded Zach on it.
A police sniper (Paul Thoma
) carries a pistol in a holster.
The third officer on the left has a pistol grip sticking out. Note the Glock logo.
Anson Clark (Keir O'Donnell
) arrives at the ambush site. The Glock 17 can be seen in his shoulder holster.
The holstered pistols are clearly visible during the arrest.
The good visible holstered pistol.
Another pistol in a holster.
FBI agents arrive at the scene of the explosion.
Zack finds a gun on a stretcher.
Cam points the gun as soon as the ambulance door opens.
And shoots beautiful slow-mo. By the way, at this moment there is actually no bullet, but only the airflow behind it.
An LAPD officer with a pistol at the entrance to the hospital in the film's final act.
The officer with a Glock in a holster near the hospital at the end of the film.
...and checks the magazine, noticing that one bullet is missing.
He immediately guesses who hurt his brother and threatens Cam.
A female officer holds Will's wife Amy (Moses Ingram). The Glock 17 is seen in her holster.
Glock 17, 2nd Gen - 9x19mm Parabellum
At least one LAPD officer is armed with 2nd Gen Glock 17.
The Glock 19X lies on a table in the team's hideout.
Glock 19X - 9x19mm Parabellum
The tan frame of the pistol is visible on the left on the table.
Kimber SIS Custom/RL
Both LAPD Special Investigation Section (SIS) officers Wade (Remi Adeleke) and Jay (Jamie McBride) have Kimber SIS Custom/RL pistols as secondary weapons. When the gunfight starts, they put on their chest rigs and go into battle. Captain Monroe (Garret Dillahunt) also carries his service pistol (mostly in a holster), taking it out only during the minigun lowrider attack on the police.
Kimber SIS Custom/RL - .45 ACP
Jay's Kimber lies at his leg while undercover agents watch the heist.
He chambers his pistol preparing to step out of the surveillance vehicle.
Wade's gun is seen during the briefing.
Captain Monroe meets FBI Agent Anson Clark.
The captain pulls out a pistol when a mined ambulance crashes into the checkpoint.
Captain Monroe (Garret Dillahunt
) with his Kimber SIS goes to help the wounded officers after the first attack.
Agents stand next to the detainees. The characteristic pistol grips are visible in their chest holsters.
Kimber Custom TLE II
LAPD SWAT officers (including Joey Freitas) carry Kimber Custom TLE II pistols in belt holsters.
Kimber Custom TLE II - .45 ACP
The gun is seen in the holster of the officer getting out of the car.
The pistol grips are clearly visible in the left officer's holster.
An LAPD SWAT shieldman armed with a Kimber enters the bank under cover of other officers.
The officers covering the snipers on the roof of the building are also seen with pistols in their belt holsters.
Officers arrive at Roberto's death scene. The man in the center has a pistol in a holster.
Kimber pistols in holsters for all officers surrounding the ambulance.
A SWAT shieldman is armed with a pistol as a wounded Danny falls to the ground.
Single Action Army (Toy)
In a brief flashback, young Will (McColm Cephas Jr.) and Danny (Max Ferro) play cowboys with toy Single Action Army revolvers.
Colt Single Action Army w/ 4.75" barrel, custom engraved with ivory - .32-20 Winchester
Little Danny keeps his hand on the grip of the revolver.
... and "shoots" his brother.
Smith & Wesson 5946
Roberto (Jesse Garcia) is armed with a Smith & Wesson 5946 pistol and draws it after launching the trap machine with a machine gun. During a brief skirmish with Officer Ranshaw, he accidentally shoots himself. Another cartel member also carries the pistol in Papi's hideout.
Smith & Wesson 5946 - 9x19mm Parabellum
Roberto draws his gun as he runs away.
He fights with Mark for possession of a gun. Note the plugged hole instead of the decocker lever.
And accidentally puts a gun to his throat.
The gun is briefly visible in the hands of the shooter on the left.
All LAPD Officers, including Zach Parker (Jackson White) and Mark Ranshaw (Cedric Sanders), have green Taser X26 pistols in holsters, but none of them ever used it. SIS Agents, namely Wade (Remi Adeleke), Jay (Jamie McBride), and Captain Monroe (Garret Dillahunt), also carry tasers on chest rigs but also do not use them.
In the opening scene, the taser is seen in the holster of an officer who lets Cam into the scene of a car accident.
Officers Parker and Ranshaw drive up to the bank building in a patrol car. Both of them have green tasers.
Zach's taser is clearly visible when he realizes that Danny, introducing himself as bank manager Henry Gattis, has deceived him.
At this point, the grip is best seen.
Mark raises the alarm when he sees his partner being held hostage. The best shot on an officer's taser.
Bicycle Officer (Chelsea Harris) stops Cam's ambulance, forbidding passage to the bank. Like other cops, she carries a taser on her belt holster.
A green pistol grip sticks out of Officer Wade's chest rig.
Mark's taser in a holster after first aid.
A barely visible green grip on the agent's chest rig during the development of the plan.
Two officers are seen with holstered shockers.
A Taser X26 is visible on the belt of an officer who was injured after the explosion.
Mark's taser is seen again while chasing Roberto.
A taser is also seen in a sniper's holster in the final scene outside the hospital.
A female officer holds Will's wife Amy (Moses Ingram). The green taser is seen in her holster.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
At least one cartel member in Papi's hideout is armed with a Heckler & Koch MP5A3.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with slimline handguard and straight magazine - 9x19mm Parabellum
Sicario is left to watch over the hostages in the ambulance.
One of the few remaining sicarios fights while hiding behind a Cadillac Fleetwood.
Heckler & Koch MP5A4
Several SWAT officers are armed with Heckler & Koch MP5A4 in the final scene outside the hospital.
Heckler & Koch MP5A4 - 9x19mm Parabellum
An officer takes aim from the MP5 in the background on the left.
The officer on the right is armed with the MP5A4.
The officer holds his gun in the final scene.
Heckler & Koch MP5K
The Heckler & Koch MP5K is first seen on a table in the team's hideout. SIS Undercover Agent (Corey Portugal) is also armed with the MP5K and uses it during the bank shootout. Several Papi's cartel members armed with a Heckler & Koch MP5K during the shootout. One more MP5K is seen in Papi's armory.
Heckler & Koch MP5K - 9x19mm Parabellum
A handguard with a grip is on the bottom left.
SIS Undercover Agent (Corey Portugal
) fires the MP5K during a shootout with robbers.
And hides from return fire.
The agent listens to the Captain's commands when the police completely block the street in front of the bank.
A cartel member holds a gun during Papi's meeting with Danny.
Sicario with the MP5K stands at the entrance to the Papi's hall.
Close-up of the S-E-F trigger group.
Cartel gunman pursues brothers and shoots with one hand.
In Papi's arsenal the MP5K lies further than the grenade launcher.
Several members of the Papi cartel are armed with AMD-65 with always folded stock during Will and Danny's visit.
Two grips and a magazine are visible from above in the box.
A member of the cartel passes with an AMD-65 in his hands.
Jesus (Jose Pablo Cantillo
) meets an ambulance with two brothers. Sicario holds an AMD-65 in the background.
The good visible characteristic ventilated handguard with grip.
Two Papi's goons slowly block possible exits, preparing for an ambush. The right one holds the rifle.
Heckler & Koch MR556A1 (Mocked Up to Resemble the HK416D)
LAPD SWAT officers are armed with converted Heckler & Koch MR556A1 carbines with Magpul MOE stocks, EOTech sights, flashlights, and lasers.
Heckler & Koch MR556A1 with a Magpul CTR Stock, Magpul MBUS, MOE Grip, PMAG, EOTech Optic, AAC Inert Suppressor used in Zero Dark Thirty
and other media - 5.56x45mm NATO.
The officers get out of the SWAT truck with HK416.
The officers literally clamp down on the robbers.
In this shot, the EOTech and Magpul MBUS sights are mounted on the rifle. Note: upon closer inspection, the markings of the upper receiver says "MR 556 A1".
The officers descend into the parking lot, chasing the robbers.
A crouching officer drives up to the side of the ambulance.
The officers try to destroy the lowrider with return fire.
Officers armed with HK416s arrive at Roberto's death scene.
A close-up of a rifle with an EOTech sight and a laser in the hands of an officer.
After forcing Cam to open the door, she encounters an officer's rifle pointed at the doors.
Blurred close-up of a rifle. However, the fire selector and H&K markings are clearly visible on the lower receiver.
The officer holds a rifle with a HK E1 stock in the final scene.
LAPD Special Investigation Section (SIS) officers Wade (Remi Adeleke) and Jay (Jamie McBride) are armed with M4A1 carbines. LAPD Officer Mark Ranshaw (Cedric Sanders) takes out a M4A1 carbine with EOTech sight, rail handguard, and PMAG magazine from a patrol car in the midst of a gunfight with robbers. Some of the LAPD and SIS officers who came on call are also armed with rifles. The two FBI agents accompanying Agent Clark are also armed with M4A1 carbines fitted with EOTech sights at the police checkpoint. After the attack on the roadblock, Mark picks up another rifle from the ground and leads the pursuit of the fleeing Roberto (Jesse Garcia), who is responsible for the attack.
M4A1 with EOTech sight and SureFire light - 5.56x45mm NATO
Behind the scenes photo of Remi Adeleke
as SIS officers Wade with a M4A1.
Wade chambers what appears to be an M4A1 before the arrest of the robbers. His gun is equipped with a PMAG magazine and Aimpoint T-1 sight.
Jay with an M4A1 fitted with an EOTech sight and a grip enters into battle with the robbers.
Note that Wade's rifle has a folding front sight.
Mark hides behind the car with a rifle in his hands.
An officer fires a rifle from behind the car on the right.
Mark shoots from behind the hood of his car.
He reports on the radio that he enters the bank building.
Wade (Remi Adeleke
) fires his M4A1. Note the folding front sight and flashlight.
An SIS officer (cameo of director Michael Bay
) with a rifle gets out of the car to block the emergency exit from the bank.
Close-up of Jay's M4A1 when he enters the bank building with the others.
Jay (Jamie McBride
) checks the ambulance driver at the police checkpoint.
An SIS officer (cameo of director Michael Bay
) holds an ambulance at gunpoint with an M4A1 rifle.
Ranshaw's dropped rifle is found along with the wounded EMT Scott (Colin Woodell) in the parking lot, where the ambulance was hijacked.
Another SIS agent, like Wade, is armed with an M4A1 with a folding front sight.
Jay chambers his rifle before joining the chase.
A SWAT officer with a rifle prepares to ambush a hijacked ambulance.
The officers with rifles cover the snipers on the roof.
The officer aims at Castro (Wale Folarin), forcing him to surrender.
The officer in the center is armed with an M4A1 with EOTech sight and railed handguard.
Well visible gun in hands of the officer.
An officer with a rifle with Trijicon SRS-02 sight behind Monroe during an attack on a police checkpoint.
FBI agents arrive at the scene of the explosion.
The rifle lies next to stunned Mark after the explosion at the police roadblock.
He runs with a rifle after Roberto.
An LAPD officer dodges with the M4A1 with Magpul PMAG and MOE stock and Aimpoint red dot sight in his hands.
The officer with his fellow officers approaches the stopped ambulance.
Together with everyone, Jay and Wade arrive at the hospital.
Another officer aims at the window in the door.
Wade's rifle hangs on his belt after the chase is over.
Micro Draco Pistol (Customized)
The customized Micro Draco Pistol with a MP5K-style foregrip and sights (same as in Fast Five) appears as a weapon of some members of the Papi cartel. One of the guns is hidden in a weapon box in their hideout.
Micro Draco Pistol - 7.62x39mm
Heckler & Koch MP5K - 9x19mm Parabellum
The gun is in the weapon box. Note the MP5K grip.
The cartel's sicario meets an ambulance.
A bald cartel member armed with a custom Draco, meeting Sharp brothers.
Two Papi's goons slowly block possible exits, preparing for an ambush. The left one carries the pistol.
The shot sicario falls on the couch, dropping his gun.
A good side shot of a dead sicario's dropped Draco.
Salient Arms International GRY
The Salient Arms International GRY with Aimpoint T-1 reflex sight lies on the table in the hideout along with the rest of the weapons. "Mel Gibson" (Devan Chandler Long) uses it as the main weapon during the bank heist. When the shootout ends, the cop takes the rifle.
Salient Arms International GRY SBR - 5.56x45mm NATO
The SAI GRY lies on the table.
"Mel Gibson" threatens Kim Daniels with a rifle while hiding under her counter.
Close-up of "Mel"'s rifle handguard.
"Mel" comes out of the bank and starts shooting at Mark.
Close-up during a shootout.
Even despite being wounded, "Mel" continues to shoot at the police.
He, along with Victor, shoots at the officers. Note that after being wounded, he puts on an armored mask.
Hiding behind a pillar, he fires at SWAT officers.
A good close-up of the rifle with the SAI trademarks.
Seekins Precision NXP8
"Mel Gibson" (Devan Chandler Long) checks the Seekins Precision NXP8 rifle (or similar) with Trijicon SRS-02 reflex sight and BATTLELINK Minimalist Milspec stock before leaving. During the heist itself, Victor (Victor Gojcaj) is armed with it.
Seekins Precision NXP8 - .300 AAC Blackout
"Mel Gibson" examines the rifle before the heist.
Nice close-up on the receiver of the rifle with the characteristic SP shape.
Entering the bank building, still unnoticed, Victor hides a rifle under his jacket.
Hiding behind the counter, he threatens the bank manager (Evan Metropoulos) with his rifle when Officer Zach comes to talk to bank teller named Kim Daniels (Kayli Tran).
Victor's rifle lies on top of the money packs while the robbers pack it into bags.
Close-up of a rifle during a street shootout.
He runs after the mail van.
Side shot of Victor's rifle.
He, along with"Mel", shoots at the officers. Note the BATTLELINK Minimalist Milspec Stock.
Victor shoots in the background as "Mel" falls.
Danny Sharp (Jake Gyllenhaal) and Will Sharp (Yahya Abdul-Mateen II) use a Troy M7A1 PDW as their main weapon throughout the movie. Will holds Zach at gunpoint during the capture of the building and later escorts him at gunpoint to the parking lot. At gunpoint, Danny hijacks an ambulance and forces Cam to surrender during a failed escape. After the heist, the guns are used in an ambulance hijacking, following a chase and shootout at Papi's hideout.
ROY M7A1 PDW - 5.56x45mm NATO
Will with a Troy M7A1 in the mail van, when the whole team drives to the bank. Note that, unlike Danny's gun, his one has a Trijicon MRO sight.
He keeps Zach at gunpoint when the officer suspects the robbery.
Will's gun also lies on the floor while the team takes out thirty-two million dollars from the bank.
Danny exits the deposit box vault just after Trent...
...and goes to the common room. Note the Magpul PMAG 20-round magazine.
Danny and Will leave the bank with Zach as a hostage.
While the rest of the criminals are shooting with the police, Danny and Will escape through the underground parking.
Will leads the hostage Zach, pointing the gun at his back.
When Zach attacks Danny, Will threatens and accidentally shoots him.
A close-up of the Troy M7A1 stock when Danny stops the ambulance.
He seizes the car, threatening Cam with a rifle.
Hiding Danny constantly keeps the hostage at gunpoint when the captured ambulance drives past the police checkpoint.
When Cam escapes from the car, having stunned the robbers with fire extinguisher, Danny jumps out and screams for her to stop.
Danny unfolds the stock during a high-speed skirmish with the police.
He holds Cam at gunpoint during a pre-surgical consultation with Dr. Farcy (David Farcy) and Dr. Resnick (Stephen Resnick).
Danny tries to throw off the helicopters in LA River.
Will becomes nervous when Papi's gunmen fill the hideout room.
Will turns around and shoots the cartel members.
Danny kills multiple Papi's thugs.
Will's rifle lies on the ground next to the dead owner.
Danny fires back while everyone gets into the ambulance.
Will fires his rifle for the last time while lying on a stretcher.
Danny (Jake Gyllenhaal) takes out a second rifle from his bag and fights his way through the cops in the parking lot.
Danny takes the carbine out of his bag. Note the BATTLELINK Minimalist Milspec Stock.
He fires it along with the Troy M7A1 at once when the police come to the parking lot.
But Danny doesn't use the carbine for very long until it runs out of ammo.
Remington Model 870
Several LAPD and SIS officers armed with Remington Model 870 shotguns during the chase. A rack of shotguns is visible in the armory in Papi's hideout. Several cops with shotguns hold back the crowd behind the fences near the hospital in the final scenes.
Remington 870 Police Magnum with black synthetic foregrip and buttstock - 12 gauge
The SIS officer gets out of the car and points the gun at the ambulance as the officers blocked the entrance to the parking lot.
The far right officer holds Castro at gunpoint.
Excellent shot of a gun in the hands of an officer.
The gun lies in the hands of the killed officer.
The officer tries to hide from enemy fire.
The rack of guns is briefly seen as the cartel member runs into the gun room.
Two officers hold guns, preventing people from passing through the fences.
Remington 870 Express Synthetic Tactical with factory 7-shot extended tube magazine - 12 gauge
The officer on the right is armed with a long-barreled shotgun with a shell holder.
An officer with a shotgun participates in Castro's arrest.
Remington 870 Police "Entry Gun"
LAPD Special Investigation Section (SIS) officer is armed with Remington 870 Police "Entry Gun" with Magpul handguard and shell holder. The police officer chasing Castro (Wale Folarin) is armed with the same gun but without the shell holder.
Remington 870 Police "Entry Gun" with a Surefire dedicated forend weaponlight - 12 gauge
SIS officer attacks the robbers with the shotgun in the background.
He walks closer to the bank.
The agent listens to the briefing with a gun in his hands.
The police officer furthest away takes aim with a short gun.
He, along with other officers, stops the ambulance.
This officer with an Entry Gun stands near the open door of the ambulance.
The right officer holds Castro at gunpoint.
Remington Model 870 (Salient Arms International)
Randazzo (Randazzo Marc) chooses a Salient Arms International Remington 870 shotgun with a pistol grip as the main weapon for the heist. When the alarm is raised, he exchanges fire with Mark Ranshaw (Cedric Sanders).
Salient Arms International Remington M870 - 12 gauge
Randazzo takes the SAI Remington Model 870 with the pistol grip.
He checks his custom gun...
...and takes aim from the gun.
A close-up of a shotgun barrel during a firefight with officer Ranshaw.
He throws out the spent cartridge case.
Randazzo exchanges fire with the police from the cab of the van.
He covers the team while Victor and Trent get into the van.
Police sniper commander (Paul Thoma) uses Barrett M107 sniper rifles at the sniper point.
A police sniper runs with a rifle, preparing an ambush. Also, note the green taser.
He unfolds and loads his rifle...
... and follows the ambulance through the Trijicon ACOG 6x48 scope.
Sniper commander (Paul Thoma
) looks through the scope of a Barrett M107.
The close-up of the barrel and muzzle.
The commander follows the car through the sight.
The lengthened rail is clearly visible here.
A police sniper is armed with a McMillan CS5-Q rifle during the ambush at the roundabout. The same sniper and another one arrive at the hospital and take up sniper positions, aiming at Danny.
McMillan CS5-Q - 7.62x51mm NATO
A sniper with a rifle waits for the ambulance to approach.
An excellent close-up of the rifle trigger group.
View at Danny through the scope.
A police sniper gets out of an RG-12 M LTV with a rifle in his hands.
The sniper controls the situation through the scope of his rifle.
Close-up of a rifle bolt knob.
Close-up of the scope with Leupold
The AWC Systems Technology
marking is seen on the suppressor when the camera focuses on it.
Close-up of the forearm of the rifle.
The second sniper is also armed with a McMillan rifle and waits for order.
As the doors slowly open, all the officers are alert, preparing to fire.
Another police sniper (Tony Wade) is armed with a Remington 700P rifle with bipods when the police decide to intercept the ambulance at the interchange and in the final scene at the hospital.
Remington 700P - 7.62x51mm NATO
The sniper moves into position.
A close-up of a rifle and Trijicon scope.
He is ready to fire and waits for the signal.
The sniper about to set the sniper position outside the hospital.
He watches what is happening in the ambulance.
Shot from the sniper's point of view right at the rear doors of the ambulance.
The sniper lies on the roof of the armored truck, directly opposite the ambulance doors.
GE M134 Minigun
Papi's technicians mount a GE M134 Minigun on a 1963 Chevrolet Impala as a distraction for the robbers. One of them (Jesse Gabbard) remotely opens fire on the police blockade, injuring and killing many officers.
General Electric M134 - 7.62x51mm NATO
Technicians set up and load a machine gun in Papi's hideout.
Close-up of a firing minigun.
The trap car turns into a sieve after a prolonged return fire from the police.
But despite this, the machine gun continues to fire.
When the camera focuses on the gun, the ejected belt links are visible.
The barrels rotate while firing.
Milkor Mark 14
One of the surviving members of the Papi cartel takes a Milkor Mark 14 grenade launcher from the armory and shoots at the leaving ambulance with the robbers.
Papi's goon picks up a grenade launcher from the table.
He fires as he exits the building.
Members of the Papi cartel mine a decoy ambulance to distract the police and buy time for Will and Danny. A few more blocks lie in the armory of Papi's hideout.
Explosive container in Papi's hideout.
Explosives planted in the rear of the decoy ambulance.
Explosives are visible when the Sicario runs into the armory.
The heist team arms before going to the bank. Randazzo's SAI Remington 870, Trent's Brügger & Thomet USW-A1, "Mel Gibson"'s SAI GRY, what appears to be a Troy M7A1, Heckler & Koch MP5K, a Glock 19X and another pistol are visible on the table.
Randazzo (Randazzo Marc
) picks up the shotgun from the table before leaving the hideout.
The SAI GRY, MP5K, and Glock 19X lie on the table when Randazzo takes his gun.