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Bad Boys II
Bad Boys II is the 2003 sequel to 1995's Bad Boys. Michael Bay returns as director and the film finds Miami detectives Mike Lowrey (Will Smith) and Marcus Burnett (Martin Lawrence) battling Haitian and Cuban drug runners. The film's cast includes Joe Pantoliano and Gabrielle Union, who portrays DEA Agent Syd Burnett, a character who would receive her own series in L.A.'s Finest, which premiered in May of 2019. The duo would return in 2020's Bad Boys for Life.
The following weapons were used in the film Bad Boys II:
Detective Mike Lowrey (Will Smith) dual-wields 2nd and 3rd generation Glock 17s as his standard weapons, both with chrome slides. Syd (Gabrielle Union) later takes one of these pistols during the mission to rescue her in Cuba to defend herself as they're making their escape. Detective Marcus Burnett (Martin Lawrence) engages Johnny Tapia (Jordi Mollà) with a Glock 17 near the Gitmo base, but it's not explained where this pistol comes from. Miami police officers are seen using standard models during the shootout with the Haitians.
At the beginning of and during the freeway chase scene, Syd (Gabrielle Union) can be seen using a Glock 26 pistol to defend herself from the Haitian gang members.
Beretta 92FS Inox
Beretta 92FS Inox pistols are used throughout the film. Curiously, they appear in the hands of different users at different points throughout the film; first in the hands of Haitian gang members when Lowrey and Burnett raid their hideout, then again by one of Tapia's cronies with one when fighting with Lowrey on board the monorail train following the coroner truck chase. The one used by the gangster on the train is a "Non Gun" Beretta Inox replica.
When Roberto is telling Tapia about the freeway chase, Tapia can be seen using a Colt Anaconda to shoot rats infesting his Miami home.
Detective Marcus Burnett (Martin Lawrence) carries a SIG-Sauer P226 pistol as his standard sidearm. Like Lowrey's Glocks, Burnett's pistol is also black with a silver slide. Tapia's right-hand man Carlos can also be seen wielding an all-black P226 during the standoff at Guantanamo Bay near the end of the film.
The main villain of the film, Johnny Tapia keeps a SIG-Sauer P232 in his bedroom in his Miami home. The SIG is first seen when a pair of prostitutes play around with the handgun and accidentally fire it, shattering a vase, much to Tapia's annoyance. He is also seen putting the pistol to the head of Roberto (Jon Seda). Later, he is seen using it during the raid on his Miami home which leads to Syd being taken hostage.
Smith & Wesson Model 39
In addition to his dual Taurus pistols, Alexei is also seen with dual Smith & Wesson Model 39 pistols, kept in crossdraw shoulder holsters. They appear to have stainless slides.
Smith & Wesson Performance Center Model 629
During the raid on the KKK rally, one of the thugs manages to catch Burnett off-guard and holds a Smith & Wesson Performance Center Model 629 revolver to his head, taunting him and Lowrey.
Dual Taurus PT92 pistols are dual-wielded by a drunk Alexei (Peter Stormare) when he comes to Tapia's Miami home looking for revenge.
During the shootout with Tapia's cronies during the coroner truck chase, one of Tapia's cronies can be seen letting loose with an Intratec TEC-9.
Heckler & Koch MP5K
During the shootout with Tapia's cronies during the coroner truck chase, one of Tapia's cronies can be seen letting loose with an Heckler & Koch MP5K, though is clearly not experienced with the weapon, holding it by the magazine instead of the foregrip.
Heckler & Koch MP5SD
Mike Lowrey and DEA Agent Tony Dodd (Antoni Corone) are seen using Heckler & Koch MP5SDs during the Cuban rescue mission. They are fitted with an Aimpoint CompM2 red dot sight and a SureFire 660 tactical flashlight under the barrel. Several members of the Miami P.D. SWAT team that storms the Spanish Palms Mortuary can also be seen armed with similarly-equipped MP5SDs, albeit without the Aimpoint scopes.
Heckler & Koch MP5A2
During the raid on the Spanish Palms Mortuary, Miami Metro SWAT can be seen toting Heckler & Koch MP5A2s fitted with Surefire dedicated fore end weaponlights.
Heckler & Koch UMP45
During the freeway chase scene, Mike Lowrey takes out an Heckler & Koch UMP from the back seat of his Ferrari, deploying the weapon at the beginning of the break/gunfight in the chase at the intersection. During this gunfight, Marcus Burnett gets another UMP and uses it during this shootout, as well as the continuation of the chase as it spills onto the MacArthur Causeway Bridge. It's here that Burnett, while offering up suppressive fire, accidentally riddles the dashboard of Lowrey's Ferrari with a burst. It is noted as the UMP45, the .45 ACP variant, based on its slower rate of fire than the .40 S&W and 9x19mm variants, as well as the transparent strip running down the side of the magazine. Mike Lowrey is also seen with a Heckler & Koch UMP when he and the SWAT team break into Tapia's Funerary, this one has a flashlight.
During the rescue mission in Cuba and the final standoff of the film, Tapia can be seen brandishing a Steyr SPP, a variant of the Steyr TMP machine pistol with the foregrip removed. The weapon is shown as capable of firing on full-auto, which means that this SPP, like many SPPs seen in American movies and TV shows, was converted to automatic with a registered auto sear by a qualified armorer.
During the shootout with Tapia's cronies during the coroner truck chase, one of Tapia's cronies can be seen letting loose with a Micro Uzi.
Numerous AKMs appear in the film, being wielded by Cuban Army soldiers responding to the attack on Tapia's mansion. Tito Vargas (Reynaldo A. Gallegos) can be seen wielding an AKM as well, using it to help the protagonists escape Tapia's mansion during "plan B".
Several of the Haitian gang members can be seen brandishing AKMSU carbines during the freeway chase scene, and again when Burnett and Lowrey raid their hideout. One AKMSU is seen during the shootout at Tapia's Cuban house, which clearly has a 7.62x39 magazine, but features an AKS-74U style side-folding stock.
There are two appearances of a CAR-15 carbine in the film, both in the hands of drug runners in a "go fast" speedboat. It is not a Colt Commando, but a third-party manufacturer of a CAR-15 look-a-like. The barrel is a full length 11.5" with a fake 5.5" XM177 style flash hider welded on the end. The flash hider on these CAR-15 clones are the same diameter as the A1 "birdcage" flash hider, so that the M7 bayonet can still slip over the front and lock into the bayonet lug. The real CAR-15, XM177 series of carbines have flash hiders/sound suppressors that are too large for the bayonet ring.
DSA SA58 OSW
Another weapon used by the Haitian gang members is an American variant of the FN FAL carbine, the DSA SA58 OSW, seen during the intersection shootout and freeway chase scenes by "Blondie Dreads" (Kiko Ellsworth). Like the FN FAL, The SA58 comes in many shapes and sizes and can easily be modified with different stocks, sights, etc., but in this particular scene it is a "Tactical Carbine OSW", which is a select-fire, short carbine (12" barrel with carbine handguard) with a para-style side-folding stock and a 7.62x51mm 30-round FAL magazine. Like the law enforcement/military-only version of the SA58 OSW, the one used in the movie is select-fire. A US Marine can be seen firing one at the protagonists' H2 Hummer when they charge onto the US Naval Base at Guantanamo, which is inaccurate since this weapon is not used by the US military.
Heckler & Koch G36C
During the rescue mission in Cuba, Burnett uses a Heckler & Koch G36C fitted with an Aimpoint CompM2 red dot sight as his main weapon; the sound effect used when the weapon is fired in this scene seems to imply a ridiculously high rate of fire. A DEA agent can also be seen using a G36C briefly during the freeway chase scene.
Heckler & Koch SL8-1
During the shootout at the KKK rally, TNT member Fanuti (Gary Nickens) uses a Heckler & Koch SL8-1 sniper rifle fitted with a night vision scope and tactical flashlight, using it to take out a KKK member attempting to shoot Lowrey from behind. Fanuti uses this rifle again when assaulting Tapia's mansion in Cuba.
The M4A1 Carbine makes several appearances as well; first in the hands of TNT members waiting for the signal to move in on the Ku Klux Klan members at the start of the film, then among the weapons used by the rescue team during the mission in Cuba. The M4s are fitted with various accessories, including Aimpoint CompM2 red dot sights, Surefire M500AB foreend weaponlights, and laser sights.
During the shootout between the Haitian gang members and the police in the intersection, several Miami police officers are seen engaging the Haitians with M16A2 rifles retrieved from the trunks of their patrol cars. They are also seen being used by US Marines responding to the standoff situation at the perimeter of the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base.
Norinco Type 56
In addition to the AKMs, some Cuban Army soldiers can be seen carrying Norinco Type 56 rifles.
Valmet M76F rifles are seen in the hands of some Haitian thugs. They are using "F" models as noted by the side folding tubular stocks.
During the rescue mission in Cuba, Tapia's mother Donna Maria Tapia (Gloria Irizarry) attacks the rescuers with a double-barreled shotgun of unknown make and model, though is knocked out by one of the rescuers when she runs out of ammunition. When she raises it, it makes a pump-action cocking sound.
Ithaca 37 (Nickel)
Some of the Haitian gang members are seen using Ithaca 37 shotguns fitted with their distinctive pistol grips, but they are not long enough to be "Stakeout" models. They are not Remington 870s, as they have no ejection port and a different style trigger guard. A goof in this scene is that the same Haitian is seen wielding the shotgun inside the Trans Am that Marcus shoots and crashes into the back of another car yet he is still present during the intersection shootout. The gang member "Blond Dreads" can later be seen with it when the protagonists track him to his house.
Mossberg 590 Mariner
A stainless steel Mossberg 590 Mariner shotgun with black foregrip and stock and a high-capacity magazine tube makes two appearances in the film. The distinct silver finish is specific to the "Mariner" special edition of Mossberg 590 shotguns.
During the shootout with the Haitians, Miami P.D. officers can be seen armed with Remington 870 shotguns.
Serbu Super Shorty
During the shootout between the Haitian gang members and the police in the intersection, one of the gang members shoots out the rear window of Syd's SUV, to which she responds by drawing a Serbu Super Shorty shotgun.
SWD/Cobray Street Sweeper
An SWD/Cobray Street Sweeper is used by one of the Haitians during the shootout with the police.
Browning M2HB (Mocked up as DShK)
Among the weapons used by the Cuban Army soldiers that arrive at the mansion during the rescue mission are several Browning M2HB heavy machine guns mocked up as DShK heavy machine guns mounted on the back of a truck.
When drug runners in a "go-fast" speedboat are being pursued by Miami P.D. and US Coast Guard helicopters, the MH-68A Stingray helicopters are armed with door-mounted M240Bs, which are ultimately used to end the chase by shooting up the boat's engine.
Another weapon used during the Cuban rescue mission is a 'paratrooper' version of the M249 SAW, fitted with a telescoping stock and shorter barrel, to waste many of Tapia's bodyguards and Cuban soldiers.
Fictional Bounding Mine
The bounding mines in the minefield around Guantanamo are of fictional design.
At the onset of the rescue mission, DEA Agent Tony Dodd pops up from a tunnel dug beneath Tapia's Cuban mansion and uses an M141 SMAW-D to destroy the security shed. He fires a second SMAW-D later on to destroy an outbuilding being manned by guards.
Mk 2 Hand Grenade (mockup)
When Lowrey and Burnett are getting chewed out by Captain Howard (Joe Pantoliano) in his office following the freeway chase, what appears to be a Mk 2 hand grenade can be seen sitting on his desk. This is actually an oversized pewter hand grenade cigarette lighter modeled after the Mk 2.
Type 69 RPG
During the rescue mission in Cuba, the Cuban Army arrives to complicate matters, including at least one Type 69 RPG team. It differs from the Russian RPG-7, most notably that the soldier firing it has to grab one handle above the launcher and one below - indicative of the Type 69 (the Chinese copy of the RPG-7). It is also fitted with a PGO-7 scope.