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Armed and Dangerous
Armed and Dangerous is a 1986 action comedy directed by Mark L. Lester. John Candy stars as Frank Dooley, an LAPD officer that is framed for theft and dismissed from the police. He gets a job in Guard Dog Security agency where he partners with Norman Kane (Eugene Levy), an unlucky defense attorney. Soon Dooley and Kane find out that the agency is involved in the dark deeds of Michael Carlino (Robert Loggia), the chairman of the security guard's union.
The following weapons were used in the film Armed and Dangerous:
While on police service, Officer Frank Dooley (John Candy) carries the Colt Python with 6" barrel as his service sidearm.
Smith & Wesson Model 15
Smith & Wesson Model 15 revolvers are service sidearms of security guards, including Frank Dooley (John Candy), Norman Kane (Eugene Levy), Capt. Clarence O'Connell (Kenneth McMillan), Sgt. Maggie Cavanaugh (Meg Ryan), Kokolovitch (Larry Hankin), Butcher (Robert Gray), Raisin (Larry Flash Jenkins), Bruno (Tommy "Tiny" Lister) and Olaf (Saveliy Kramarov).
Smith & Wesson Model 36
Det. Mel Nedler (Robert Burgos) and Carlino's hitman Clyde Klepper (Jonathan Banks) carry Smith & Wesson Model 36 revolvers in several scenes. During the scene in Carlino's estate, Frank Dooley's (John Candy) Colt Detective Special switches to the S&W Model 36 due to continuity error. Capt. Clarence O'Connell (Kenneth McMillan) uses the Model 36 revolver in the same scene.
Colt Detective Special
Colt Detective Special is Frank Dooley's (John Candy) backup gun. Later he uses Smith & Wesson Model 36 instead of Colt.
Freedom Arms Model 83
In the final scene Frank Dooley (John Candy) arms himself with the Freedom Arms Model 83 revolver with sniper scope. He incorrectly claims it to be ".50 caliber". After all action is over, Dooley gifts the revolver to The Cowboy (Steve Railsback).
Det. Sgt. Rizzo (Don Stroud) carries the Walther P5 pistol.
In the opening scene the Internal Affairs Detective (Christopher Mankiewicz) holds the Walther PPK pistol.
Desert Eagle Mark I
When Dooley and Kane escape from Carlino's estate, Anthony Lazarus (Brion James) fires a pistol that appears to be Desert Eagle Mark I.
During the robbery of the pharmaceutical company's warehouse, Anthony Lazarus (Brion James) and Clyde Klepper (Jonathan Banks) use Sterling submachine guns.
Heckler & Koch HK94A3
During the chase for the armored truck, Dolan (John Solari) fires the Heckler & Koch MP5A3, fitted with some sighting device. As the weapon lacks the magazine paddle release, it appears to be chopped and converted Heckler & Koch HK94A3.
Ithaca 37 shotguns with extended magazine tubes are seen in hands of security guards.
Fictional Missile Launcher
In the final scene one of Carlino's henchmen fires a missile launcher at the armoured truck. It appears to be a fictional weapon, styled after Carl Gustav Recoilless Rifle.
Several handguns are used as decoration in Capt. O'Connell's office.