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Black Widow is a 2021 American spy film directed by Cate Shortland and written by Eric Pearson, Jac Schaeffer (WandaVision), and Ned Benson. The film marks the first solo feature starring Scarlett Johansson as Natasha Romanoff, the former S.H.I.E.L.D. agent and Avenger who was part of the Russian "Black Widow" female assassin program. After the events of Captain America: Civil War, while on the run from the US government, Natasha is forced to contact her long-forgotten family. Together, they decide to end their dark past and destroy the Red Room once and for all. Black Widow also is the first feature film of Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and was originally scheduled for release in 2020, but after several delays, was released in July of 2021 in both theaters and on the premium tier of the streaming service Disney+.
The following weapons were used in the film Black Widow:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Kimber K6s CDP
In the opening scene, Melina Vostokoff (Rachel Weisz) picks up what appears to be a Kimber K6s CDP revolver from the kitchen cabinet and quickly puts it in her purse before escaping from their temporary house in Ohio in 1995. This gun is an anachronism since the Kimber K6s was introduced in 2016.
Kimber K6s CDP - .357 Magnum
Melina fumbles for the gun on top of the cabinet...
...and puts it in her purse.
Chiappa Rhino 60DS
Taskmaster (Olga Kurylenko) is armed with a Chiappa Rhino 60DS with Heckler & Koch P30-style grip, but it is holstered for most of the film. In the Red Room in Dreykov's office, she pulls out a gun and points it at Natasha, but lowers it on her father's orders.
Chiappa Rhino 60DS - .357 Magnum
A detailed look at the pistol grip during an interview with property master Barry Gibbs in the documentary "Assembled: The Making of Black Widow"
Antonia wants to shoot Natasha, but Dreykov stops her.
She puts the gun back in her pouch.
During the opening scene set in 1995, S.H.I.E.L.D. agents fire what appear to be Beretta 92FS pistols at Natasha's family's plane as they attempt to escape from the USA. Two Berettas with wooden grips with the Black Widow logo and three pistols with regular black plastic grips are seen on the table in the Red Room during the opening credits. What appears to be a Beretta 92FS is seen in the holster of a police officer involved in some kind of riot in Dreykov's video. A Beretta 92FS pistol hangs on a weapon rack in Melina's armory.
Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm Parabellum
The S.H.I.E.L.D. agent (Douglas Robson) fires from the car window at the plane.
One of the SUVs gets too close and the agent manages to hit Melina's shoulder.
When Alexei takes the SUV that was following them out of the chase, the agents attempt to intercept and the two cars go after the plane. Each car also has a shooter with pistols.
Several police officers are involved in the riot in Dreykov's video. The central one has a pistol in a holster on his belt.
An Beretta 92FS pistol hangs on a weapon rack during Natasha and Melina's discussion of the plan.
Beretta 92FS with wood grips - 9x19mm Parabellum
Two guns with the Black Widow logo lie on the table during the opening credits.
A Beretta 93R pistol with a Black Widow logo on the grip is seen on the table in the Red Room during the opening credits.
Beretta 93R - 9x19mm Parabellum
The gun lies on the table during the opening credits.
A Browning Hi-Power pistol is seen on the table in the Red Room during the opening credits.
Browning Hi-Power - 9x19mm Parabellum
The gun lies on the table during the opening credits.
SWAT officers and some Albany County Sheriff's Department deputy officers have Glock 17s at the arresting scene. For some unknown reason, several of the SWAT officers storming the Albany Terminal where Natasha Romanoff is allegedly hiding have two pistols and two drop leg holsters, with most Glock 17s holstered on their right drop leg holsters. A New York sheriff's deputy also aims with a pistol while hiding behind the hood of a police car. A Glock 17 can be seen in Melina's weapons armory.
Glock 17, 3rd Gen - 9x19mm Parabellum
Three SWAT officers (one on the right and two on the left) have Glock 17
pistols holstered on their right drop leg holsters.
Holstered Glock 17
pistols are visible in the thigh holsters of several SWAT officers.
The Albany County Sheriff's Department deputy holds his Glock 17
while ducking behind his car in the background.
Glock 17 (mounted in a CAA Micro RONI)
The four Black Widows are armed with a Glock 17 with 33-round magazine mounted in a CAA Micro RONI with laser sights when they break into the former S.H.I.E.L.D. safe house, where Yelena now lives. They aim solely by the lasers due to the low light level and smoky environment. Despite good training, they never shoot Natasha and Yelena, who quickly knock down one of the Widows and run away from the apartment.
A Glock 17 mounted in a CAA Micro RONI
A behind-the-scenes photo of one of the Widows with a Micro RONI during a costume fitting.
Two Widows open fire on Natasha and Yelena after descending the tightrope.
For obvious reasons, they miss the running sisters from two meters away. Note the sights are down.
One of the attackers falls to the floor with a pistol after several blows from Natasha.
Twin Glock 26 pistols with extended magazines appear as the main weapons of all Black Widows. One of them puts the gun in her holster during the opening credits. Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh) and another Black Widow named Ingrid (Nanna Blondell) have holstered pistols during their mission to eliminate a traitor in Tangier, Morocco. Yelena's guns are best seen when she fights Oksana, and Ingrid's when she tries to contact her runaway partner. After escaping Ross' pursuit in New York, Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) takes her pistols (or one of them) and goes to a temporary refuge near Sæbø, Norway. Noticing that there is already someone in the RV, she pulls out the gun, but lowers it, since it turns out to be her friend Rick Mason (O-T Fagbenle). After going for gasoline for the generator, she is ambushed by Taskmaster on the bridge, where during a short battle she draws and shoots her Glock 26 at the attacker several times before it is kicked out of her hands and never recovered after she is kicked off the bridge. Yelena continues to carry and use her Glock 26 later in Budapest. At first, she points it at Natasha during their long-awaited meeting, but, during the fight, they both exchange guns. At some point, Natasha returns the Glock 26 to Yelena, and during a chase through the streets of Budapest, points the gun at the BMW driver (Marcel Dorian), while stealing his car. Ingrid and the other Widows continue to carry holstered pistols as they chase Natasha and Yelena. Yelena draws and wields her gun at the Saint Petersburg homestead when Red Room operatives arrive until Melina knocks her out. Many Black Widows practice with Glock pistols in the Red Room.
Glock 26 with extended magazine - 9x19mm Parabellum
A behind-the-scenes photo of Florence Pugh
holding a gun while filming the chase scene in Budapest.
The Black Widow puts the pistol in her holster during the opening credits.
One of Yelena's Glocks in a holster. Note the clearly visible extended magazine.
It is seen when Yelena, freed from mind control, tries to help the dying Oksana.
Natasha (Scarlett Johansson
) points her Glock 26
to the back room of the RV and slowly walks to the door when she discovers an intruder.
Romanoff grabs the Glock from the back seat of her LADA Niva Urban and shoots Taskmaster several times, but she hides behind a shield.
She fires after the car explodes.
Having lost sight of the enemy, Natasha controls her last position.
Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh
) takes aim at Natasha when meeting in Budapest.
A close-up of her pistol before the two Widows start fighting.
At the left, Natasha Romanoff exchanges her Heckler & Koch P30
for the Glock 26
while in a standoff with Yelena, who now holds the P30 pistol.
The pistol of the Black Widow who attacked a safe house in Budapest is briefly seen.
Ingrid's pistol is visible in her holster when she spots the sisters running and joins the chase.
She runs across the rooftops. At this moment the pistol is seen in the assassin's holster.
Yelena points her Glock 26
at the driver of the car (Marcel Dorian) who accidentally hit their motorcycle.
When she changes to another seat, the barrel of the gun is visibly sealed. This is the first time that the signs of a non-firing replica are clearly visible in the frame.
Yelena's gun can be seen when the family discusses their next plan after the successful rescue.
Yelena pulls out her gun as enemy forces arrive at the house.
She points her gun at the foster mother who betrayed her family.
Black Widows train with pistols in one of the halls of the Red Room.
One of the Black Widows trains with a pistol.
A G26 with extended magazine holstered by one of the widows.
Deciding to rescue her adoptive father Alexei Shostakov (David Harbour) from prison in exchange for information about the Red Room, Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) contacts Rick again to get transport and new equipment which includes a pair of Glock 43 pistols, however, the guns aren't used during the rescue operation. At the meeting place, she takes one of the pistols out of her bag to examine. Some Black Widows in the Red Room train with Glock 43s along with Glock 26s. Natasha, disguised as Melina (Rachel Weisz), carries her pistols in holsters during her meeting with Dreykov. After revealing, Natasha points the Glock 43 at Dreykov but is unable to harm him due to protective pheromones. Dreykov (Ray Winstone) takes the gun and shoots at the ceiling to prove that the gun is loaded. After retrieving data of all the Black Widows, as she escapes the Red room, Natasha draws both her Glock 43s and shoots at the glass. Once she jumps out she loses both guns leaving her thigh holsters empty by the end of the film. In several scenes, the gun is replaced with an Umarex replica because the gun is too close to the Ray Winstone's face.
Glock 43 - 9x19mm Parabellum
Natasha examines the new gun that Mason brought along with other equipment. Note the slim slide
After the helicopter crash near St. Petersburg, pistols can be seen in holsters. The grips can be shown revealing to be 5th Generation slim grips.
Some Black Widows train with pistols in one of the halls of the Red Room that some may be Glock 43s mixed in with the standard-issue Glock 26s.
The pistol is seen in Melina's holster (actually it is Natasha with a Photostatic Veil).
Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson
) takes aim at the leader of the Red Room in his office with her Glock 43.
Nat holds her Glock 43 at Dreykov but for some reason is unable to fire her gun. The slide profile is very thin compared to the Glock 26 she usually carries.
But Dreykov doesn't seem surprised by anything. The gun's thinner striker profile can be seen along with the Glock factory
An excellent close-up of Black Widow's pistol confirms to be a Glock 43 and not her usual Glock 26. Here you can see how slim the slide and frame are with the latter showing the shaved width profile of the frame and bulging material area where the slide release section is. The underbarrel frame section is also thinner and lacking a rail from a Glock 26. Also, a special Umarex marking and serial number is noticeable on the pistol.
General Dreykov fires the Black Widow's pistol upwards.
Realizing that they cannot harm each other, Dreykov and Natasha have a dialogue. At this time, the pistol lies on the general's desk showing the gun's slim appearance.
Natasha shoots at the glass as she runs to clear her way out of the collapsing Red Room.
The Red Room operatives carry FN Five-seveN pistols in holsters throughout the movie. They are first seen during the opening credits when the operatives lead the stolen children into the trucks for the Red Room. Due to this sequence taking place in 1995, the pistol is anachronistic by 3 years. In the final act of the film, pistols can also be seen, for example, in the holster of the operative, from whom Melina knocks the gun out, or during the evacuation of Dreykov.
FN Five-seveN USG - 5.7x28mm FN
The grip of the pistol is clearly seen in the holster of one of the Red Room operatives leading the children into the trucks.
Close-up of a holstered pistol when the sisters are seperated.
The grip of the gun is seen when Melina disarms one of the operatives near the Red Room's turbine.
The holstered pistol is last seen during loading onto the escape board.
Heckler & Koch P30
Rick Mason (O-T Fagbenle), an independent contractor and Natasha's ally, has a Heckler & Koch P30. It lies on the bedside table in front of the bed and he tries to take the gun but stops when he sees Natasha. Later he leaves the gun for Natasha next to the building's stairs in Budapest. Natasha (Scarlett Johansson) takes the gun and enters an apartment previously used by S.H.I.E.L.D. as a safe house, where Yelena now lives. During a confrontation, she briefly exchanges the pistol with her sister's pistol. During the fight between Natasha and Yelena, the gun falls to the floor and remains there.
Heckler & Koch P30 - 9x19mm Parabellum
Rick reaches for his gun when Natasha wakes him up.
Natasha takes out a pistol from a secret box under the stairs in an apartment building.
The pistol is tucked into her pants before Natasha enters the safe house.
She is carefully looking for her sister in the apartment, holding a pistol at the ready.
A tense moment when the sisters met 21 years later.
A close-up of her pistol before the two Widows start fighting.
Yelena with Natasha's P30.
When the sisters start fighting, the gun falls to the floor and is no longer used.
In the opening scene, at least two Russian soldiers in Cuba in 1995 have holstered Makarov PM pistols. When one of them grabs Yelena (Violet McGraw) by the arm, Natasha (Ever Anderson) kicks him and takes the pistol out of his holster. She points the gun at the soldiers and then at her father. At this moment, one soldier grabs a pistol from his holster and aims at her. However, Alexei (David Harbour) manages to calm down his daughter and disarm her. He unloads the gun and drops it to the ground. The pistol stays on the ground until the end of the flashback. Several Makarov pistols are seen in a weapons armory in Budapest.
Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
A Russian soldier grabs Yelena by the hand. Note the pistol in his holster.
Alexei is distracted from the conversation with Dreykov because his daughter draws the gun from the soldier's holster and threatens everyone.
-Я буду стрелять.
An excellent shot of Natasha's pistol when she speaks Russian, threatening the soldiers.
The soldier aims the Makarov pistol at young Natasha.
She also aims at her father, who tries to calm her down.
Taking the pistol from his daughter, Shostakov immediately unloads it.
Alexei drops the pistol on the ground and the soldier from whom Natasha snatched it and does not take the gun but instead picks up Yelena's Twilight Sparkle plush, which is notably anachronistic as the character and show My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic wasn't around until 2010.
A detailed peek of the weapon rack in Budapest shows seven Makarov PM
pistols (three of them have suppressor-ready barrels).
In the gun armory, above and below the Mossberg 590 Cruiser shotgun are five to six Makarov pistols which some appear suppressor-ready.
What appears to be a suppressed SIG-Sauer P226 pistol is seen on the table in the Red Room during the opening credits.
SIG-Sauer P226 - 9x19mm Parabellum
The gun lies on the table during the opening credits.
One of the Black Widows recruits fires a Tokarev TT-33 pistol in a closed shooting range during the opening credits. Later four more pistols are seen on the table in the Red Room and two Black Widows take them. The pistol also appears as a secondary weapon for Seventh Circle Prison guards.
Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
A close-up of a pistol before firing.
Two Black Widows take Tokarev pistols.
The holstered pistol is seen from the nearest guard.
The grip with the magazine is seen from the fallen guard, who was in the center of the fight.
In addition to the Glock 17, the SWAT officers who storm the Albany Terminal where Natasha Romanoff is believed to be hiding carry unidentified pistols in their holsters. Ross' operatives also have unidentified holstered pistols.
Two officers (right and left) have pistols in holsters on their right legs.
The holsters with the guns are seen when the operators enter the Terminal building with Ross.
CZ Scorpion Evo 3 A
Almost all Red Room operatives are armed with CZ Scorpion Evo 3 A with sights. It is first seen during the ambush at Melina's homestead. Many operatives are also armed with submachine guns in the Red Room. Melina (Rachel Weisz) picks up the gun of one of the operatives and shoots at the turbine.
CZ Scorpion Evo 3 A - 9x19mm Parabellum
An operative with the Scorpion moves to the house where Natasha and her family have dinner.
The operative behind Melina holds the machine gun with a flashlight.
A squad of operatives marches along the corridor of the Red Room.
Yelena knocks down the man with a Scorpion Evo.
Melina kicks an operative in one of the Red Room's turbines. This is the only Scorpion fitted with a grenade launcher.
After that, the weapon falls to the floor...
...and then, Melina picks up it. Note the lack of trigger and trigger guard
Immediately after this, several operatives appear, urging her to drop her weapons.
Raising her hands up with the Scorpion EVO, she fires the M203 grenade launcher directly at the turbine above them. Important note: Melina pulls the trigger of the Scorpion EVO itself, not the grenade launcher.
The two operatives at the front hold SMGs as they escort Dreykov to the evacuation jet.
The operative continues to fire at Melina's jet, falling from a kilometer high.
Dreykov's evacuation squad with Scorpions hurries to the jet.
Before takeoff, the operative aims with one hand.
But in the end, they all die from the explosion.
Heckler & Koch MP5A2
Several SWAT officers who storm the Albany Terminal together with other officers are armed with a Heckler & Koch MP5A2.
Heckler & Koch MP5A2 with Navy trigger group - 9x19mm Parabellum
An SWAT team enters the building with a submachine gun in his hands.
Good shot of an MP5 in the hands of an officer on the right.
Heckler & Koch MP5A2 with Surefire 628 forend weaponlight and Navy trigger group - 9x19mm
The SWAT officer on the left holds an MP5 with a flashlight.
The SWAT officer listens to Ross' briefing in the background.
The stock, rear sight, and part of the receiver are visible when the officer passes through the metal detector.
Two of Ross' operatives (Jose Miguel Vasquez and Geoffrey D. Williams) are armed with KRISS Vectors with EOTech sights when they storm the Albany Terminal.
TDI/KRISS USA Gen I Vector Blank Fire with EOTech sight and extended magazine - .45 ACP
Ross' operative (Jose Miguel Vasquez) listens to his boss' briefing and holds the submachine gun.
Another operative (Geoffrey D. Williams) enters the Terminal building with Ross when SWAT had already checked the main hall.
The operative enters the building while Ross tries to convince Natasha to surrender over the phone.
SIG-Sauer MPX Air Rifle
Two of Ross' operatives (Robert Pralgo and Josh Henry) are armed with SIG-Sauer MPX Air Rifles with EOTech sights and flashlights when they storm the Albany Terminal.
SIG-Sauer MPX Air Rifle - .177 pellets
Two operatives to Ross' right hold the MPX air rifle while listening to the briefing.
The operative enters the building with the MPX in his hands.
Ross is very surprised at Natasha's deception, and a flashlight now works on the air rifle of his operative.
Two Steyr TMPs are first seen on the table in the Red Room during the opening credits. Several Steyr TMPs are seen in Yelena Belova's (Florence Pugh) armory in Budapest apartment. After escaping from the Widows, one of them (Simona Zivkovska) continues the pursuit on a motorcycle. In this scene, she switches from the AW-F rifle to a Steyr TMP and shoots at the car that Natasha and Yelena stole from a civilian (Marcel Dorian) until Yelena knocks her off the motorcycle with the torn-off door.
Steyr TMP - 9x19mm Parabellum
A production still of one of the Black Widows (Simona Zivkovska
) with a Steyr TMP
on her belt during a chase in Budapest. Like all Black Widows, this one has twin Glock 26
pistols in holsters.
Two guns lie on the table during the opening credits.
The Widow joins the motorcycle chase. At this point, the TMP
is seen with a sling.
She shoots the sisters as they fly over the fence.
During a high-speed chase, the gun hangs on its sling.
After reaching the car, the Widow takes a submachine gun and shoots at the rear window.
Assault Rifles and Carbines
In the opening scene, several Russian soldiers in Cuba in 1995 are armed with an AK-47. One of them holds the assault rifle at the ready when Natasha (Ever Anderson) grabs the pistol from another soldier, but then lowers it. AK-47s wielded by Russian soldiers in 1995 should be considered an anachronism. Some Seventh Circle Prison guards are also armed with now obsolete AK-47 during the riot.
One of the soldiers with an AK-47 in the background when General Dreykov (Ray Winstone
) arrives to meet Natasha's family.
A soldier with a gun walks past a group of soldiers hospitalizing Melina.
Another soldier with an AK-47
, along with a second soldier armed with an AKS-47
, watch as Melina is carried away on a stretcher.
He also watches as Alexei disarms and calms Natasha. Note the characteristic stock, milled receiver, and flat dust cover.
When the conflict is settled and Natasha and Yelena are carried into the helicopter, this soldier escorts them, continuing to hold the AK-47.
A Seventh Circle Prison guards with the AK (in the first row on the right) runs when the alarm goes off.
Two more shoot at Solovyov Air
The same two people turn around as the watchtower explodes.
In the opening scene, one of the Russian soldiers in Cuba in 1995 is armed with an AKS-47. He keeps it ready when Natasha (Ever Anderson) grabs the pistol from another soldier but then lowers it. Again an anachronism for a Russian soldier to carry an outdated rifle in 1995.
AKS-47 with folded stock - 7.62x39mm
This soldier (left) witnesses the wounded Melina being taken away on a stretcher.
Russian soldier with an AKS-47
in the background.
He lowers the gun when Alexei takes the pistol.
Seventh Circle Prison guards are mostly armed with AKS-74 assault rifles during a prison riot. Most if not all AKs have tactical railed handguards similar to LHV47 (or its airsoft clone from King Arms) railed handguards.
AKS-74 with "plum" furniture - 5.45x39mm
Three Seventh Circle Prison guards are armed with AKS-74. Two of which appear to lack the front sights.
A guard opens fire on the prisoners with his AKS-74. The sound report here however is that of a gas launcher for riot control, the same is used on the AA-12 shotguns.
A squad of Seventh Circle Prison guards fire their AKS-74s at Yelena Belova's (Florence Pugh
) Mi-8 "Hip" helicopter. All these AKs have tactical railed handguards.
An AKS-74U is seen on the gun wall in Yelena's hideout in Budapest. One of the Seventh Circle Prison guards is armed with an AKS-74U during a prison riot.
As Yelena enters the armory for supplies, an AKS-74U is seen.
The guard with AKS-74U
(circled in red) runs with others.
Colt Model 733
The SWAT officer is armed with a Colt Model 733 with a quad Picatinny rail handguard, foregrip, and flashlight during the assault on the Albany Terminal. It is a Model 733 as it has a fixed carrying handle rear sight, that of in the A2 style adjustable sight.
Colt Model 733 - 5.56x45mm.
A SWAT officer armed with the Colt Model 933
as he walks past the Terminal building. Note the fixed carrying handle rear sight.
Heckler & Koch G36C
The Red Room operatives are armed with the Heckler & Koch G36C during child kidnapping for the Black Widow program during the opening credits. This is an anachronism as the opening credits take place around 1995, while the G36C wasn't produced until 2001. By 2016, operatives instead use the HS Produkt VHS-K2 and CZ Scorpion Evo 3 A1. Several SWAT officers led by U.S. Secretary of State Thaddeus Ross are also armed with Heckler & Koch G36Cs with EOTech sights when they are looking for Natasha to arrest.
Heckler & Koch G36C - 5.56x45mm NATO
Two Red Room operatives with the rifles at the very beginning of opening credits.
They open the doors of the shipping containers where the children are held, starting chaos among them.
A close-up of the rifle as one of the Red Room operatives separates Natasha and Yelena. You can also see an equally anachronistic FN Five-seveN
in his holster.
The operative tries to drag Natasha to another car.
Another one is guarding the trucks as they board.
The Red Room operative walks with the Heckler & Koch G36C
while the children are being loaded onto trucks.
Heckler & Koch G36C with an attached EOTech sight - 5.56x45mm NATO
An SWAT officer with a rifle in his hands moves towards the building.
One officer with the G36C is seen in the background.
The lead officer walks past the metal detectors with the G36C at the ready.
The SWAT officer approaches the room where Natasha is hiding.
HS Produkt VHS-K2
Some Red Room operatives are armed with HS Produkt VHS-K2, replacing the G36C. However, the VHS-K2s are only seen during the attack on Melina's house and in the final act, during Dreykov's evacuation from the collapsing Red Room.
HS Produkt VHS-K2 - 5.56x45mm NATO
Two Red Room operatives are approaching the house.
An operative with a rifle walks along the corridor as part of a squad.
Realizing that Natasha stole the control ring from him, Dreykov wants to return to his office, but operatives with VHS-K2 prevent him from doing so.
While the operatives climb into the jet, at the very right you can see the rifle.
Two soldiers holds rifles in transport.
A certain soldier holds what appears to be a M1 Garand rifle while marching in a ceremonial parade during the opening credits.
The soldier holds the rifle.
A US Army soldier holds what appears to be an M4A1 with an M203 grenade launcher during the opening credits. Several SWAT officers are armed with the M4A1 with EOTech sights and flashlights when approaching Albany Terminal. Two Black Widows use M4A1 carbines with ACOG scopes and SureFire M900 vertical grips during the raid on a S.H.I.E.L.D. safehouse in Budapest. Hearing shots in Yelena's apartment, they attack Natasha and her sister, and then, going up the stairs, continue to shoot them.
M4A1 with M68 Aimpoint red dot scope, flip-up rear sight, and M203A2 grenade launcher - 5.56x45mm NATO / 40x46mm
The US Army soldier in the opening credits.
M4A1 with EOTech sight and SureFire M951XM05 tactical light - 5.56x45mm NATO
The SWAT officer with his M4A1.
The officer on the right raises his M4A1 up. Another officer's rifle barrel is also seen on the left.
Two officers with M4A1s walk past the metal detectors.
Two more SWAT officers are visible in the background.
Several SWAT officers listen to Ross' briefing.
The Widows (Jade Ma and Fatou Bah) spot Natasha and Yelena on the balcony...
...and both start shooting.
In the evening in an RV in Norway, when Natasha is watching Moonraker, the MGC M16 replicas in the hands of Drax's guards are visible on the screen of her laptop.
Two of Drax's guards with the MGC M16
are visible on Natasha's laptop screen.
Mosin Nagant M1891 Dragoon
The Black Widows recruits march with Mosin Nagant M1891 Dragoon rifles during the opening credits.
Imperial Russian Mosin Nagant M1891 Dragoon - 7.62x54mm R
The Black Widows Recruits march with rifles during the parade.
In the opening scene, Alexei Shostakov (David Harbour) takes a newer version of Ruger Mini-14 with the optic scope and a pack of cartridges from a closet when Natasha's family escapes from their temporary house in Ohio in 1995. Inadvertently, he scatters cartridges, but little Yelena (Violet McGraw) helps him to collect them. However, in all other scenes, an older rifle is used, which can be distinguished by the slanted front sight. Alexei puts the rifle and other things in the car and the family drives to the airfield. There, he pulls the rifle from the trunk and hangs it on his back, preparing the plane for flight, and when the S.H.I.E.L.D. SUVs approach, he takes the rifle and fires several times. Alexei runs after the plane, shooting on the run, and at the last moment jumps onto the wing, from where he continues to fire from his rifle, taking several cars out of the pursuit.
Current production Ruger Mini-14 - 5.56x45mm NATO
Alexei takes the carbine from the closet. Note the front sight of the new version.
Young Alexei Shostakov (David Harbour
) calms his daughter, holding a rifle in his hands.
Ruger Mini-14 - 5.56x45mm NATO
At the airfield, he slings the rifle over his shoulder and throws away rusty debris so that the plane can enter the runway.
While the plane is picking up speed, Alexei shoots the Ruger Mini-14
at the S.H.I.E.L.D. SUVs...
...and continues shooting, but this time on the wing of the plane.
It turns out to be much more difficult to shoot on the wing of the plane, so he spends a lot of time aiming.
The last shot by Alexei knocks out two cars at once.
Springfield M1903 "Parade"
The Black Widow recruits march with what appears to be a Springfield M1903 "Parade" rifles during the opening credits.
Springfield M1903 "Parade" rifle - .30-06
Girls flip their rifles during the parade.
They hold rifles during the opening credits.
Seventh Circle Prison guards are incorrectly armed with AA-12 shotguns with non-lethal ammo (the KS-23 would be a better choice for Russia). Many of them open fire when a riot breaks out in the prison with the sound report of a multi-shot gas launcher. A production image shows Natasha (Scarlett Johansson) with an AA-12, but she does not use it in the final cut.
A production still of Scarlett Johansson
as Natasha Romanoff with an AA-12
; she isn't seen using the shotgun in the film itself. Also note her famous Glock 26
in a holster.
A guard with the AA-12 runs out to the watchtower when the alarm is triggered.
Three guards fires shotguns at the crowd while standing on the bridge.
Natasha knocks down a guard with the gun.
The man loses his weapon as he is knocked down.
Another guard hit by Black Widow.
Two guns are lying on the floor after their owners are eliminated.
One of the SWAT officers is armed with a Benelli M3 during the raid on the Albany Terminal.
Benelli M3 Super 90 with pistol grip stock combination - 12 gauge
A SWAT officer walks past the metal detectors and holds his gun at the ready.
Nice shot of the receiver and the stock of the shotgun.
Accuracy International AW-F
Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh) and another Black Widow named Ingrid (Nanna Blondell) track down the fugitive Black Widow Oksana (Michelle Lee) in Tangier, Morocco with suppressed Accuracy International AW-Fs. When Oksana notices the surveillance, she starts to run away and Yelena pulls out the bolt from her rifle (apparently for security reasons) and, leaving it on the roof, runs in pursuit. Ingrid also leaves her rifle on a tripod and discovers Yelena's escape. One of the Black Widows (Simona Zivkovska) spots Natasha and Yelena and starts firing a rifle (but misses) during a raid on the S.H.I.E.L.D. safehouse in Budapest. Then Ingrid goes to intercept, leaving her rifle in the sniper position.
Accuracy International AW-F - 7.62x51mm NATO
Behind the scenes photo of Michaela McAllister, stunt double for Florence Pugh
with a suppressed AW-F
Ingrid (Nanna Blondell
) oversees the transmission of the Red Dust case through the scope of the rifle.
Sniper position of Ingrid on the roof of one of the houses. Note that as a professional, she uses a tripod for her rifle.
Yelena is also watching Oksana through the scope of her rifle, but unlike her partner, she does not have a tripod, but only a bipod.
Before leaving the roof and running after Oksana, she pulls the bolt from her rifle, continuing to focus on the target at that moment.
A Black Widow (Simona Zivkovska
) tries in vain to hit the fleeing Natasha and Yelena with her rifle.
After receiving the information, Ingrid leaves the position.
Melina Vostokoff (Rachel Weisz) takes a suppressed Blaser R93 sniper rifle from the barn after noticing the approaching people, but upon seeing her family, lowers the rifle and carries it into the house.
Blaser LRS2 - .338 Lapua Magnum
Melina takes the sniper rifle.
She holds her suppressed Blaser R93
in her homestead...
...and after that aims the rifle at the approaching uninvited guests.
A close-up of a rifle pointed at the camera.
And after a short greeting, Melina puts the rifle on the floor in her armory.
The stock of the rifle is seen when Yelena finds Natasha's unconscious body.
The SWAT sniper controls the area through a scope of what appears to be a Remington 700PSS while his teammates storm the Albany Terminal.
Remington 700PSS - 7.62x51mm NATO
The police sniper takes aim with rifle.
A Browning M2HB on an M3 tripod is mounted on the turret of an M1 Abrams main battle tank during the opening credits. After the destruction of the Red Room, soldiers arrive at the crash site, led by General Ross. Browning M2HB are mounted on their Humvees at this point.
Browning M2HB on M3 tripod - .50 BMG
Browning M2HB on vehicle mount - .50 BMG
The approaching convoy of General Ross's HMMWV with M2HB machine guns.
One of the Seventh Circle Prison guards takes up a machine gun position with a DShKM and starts shooting at Solovyov Air helicopter until Yelena blows up the watchtower with a grenade launcher.
DShKM on tripod - 12.7x108mm
The prison guard starts shooting at the helicopter.
He starts reloading the belt, giving Yelena time to get her grenade launcher and fire.
General Dynamics GAU-12/U
The front weapon of all Red Room Jets is what appears to be a General Dynamics GAU-12/U.
General Dynamics GAU-12/U - 25x137mm
The gun is best seen when one of the operatives grabs the windshield at the end of the film.
General Electric GAU-8/A Avenger
Each Red Room Jet is equipped with two General Electric GAU-8/A Avenger on the sides.
General Electric GAU-8/A Avenger - 30x173mm
The best shot of the gun of one of the destroyed jets.
M18 Smoke Grenade
A Venezuelan soldier has two M18 Smoke Grenades on his chest rig during the opening credits.
M18 smoke grenade, violet
Venezuelan soldier with grenades on the chest.
M84 Stun Grenade
Yelena (Florence Pugh) takes one M84 stun grenade from her arsenal and throws it onto the stairs during the Black Widow attack in Budapest. This gives them a few seconds, and she and Natasha escape through the roof. Several grenades also hang from the Black Widows' weapon rack in the Red Room. Yelena grabs one of them, tyes on test tubes with Red Dust, and throws them into the crowd of hostile Black Widows beating Natasha in Dreykov's office.
Yelena throws the grenade onto the stairs where there are two Widows.
The grenade falls on a step, right between two widows (Fatou Bah and Jade Ma).
Grenades hang from the Black Widows weapon rack.
A self-enhanced Red Dust grenade flies straight into the center of hostile Widows.
Model 24 Stielhandgranate
One of the Seventh Circle Prison guards carries what appears to be a Model 24 Stielhandgranate grenade in his pocket.
Model 24 Stielhandgranate high-explosive fragmentation hand grenade
The grenade is briefly seen when the Red Guardian hits the guard against the post.
Defense Technologies 37mm Gas Gun
A Venezuelan soldier is armed with what appears to be a Defense Technologies 37mm Gas Gun during the opening credits.
Defense Technologies 1315 - 37mm
A Venezuelan soldier with the DefTech 1315.
Heckler & Koch XM25
Yelena (Florence Pugh) takes a Heckler & Koch XM25 grenade launcher from the bag and shoots at the watchtower where the machine gunner is located. It is most likely a mock-up, possibly the same one created for The Expendables 3 which was built around an L85A1.
Pre-2015 XM25 pre-production model - 25x40mm
Belova takes the grenade launcher from the bag...
...and shoots at the enemy.
The grenade launcher is even better visible after a successful shot.
M203 Grenade Launcher
What appears to be a M203 grenade launcher mounted on a M4A1 rifle is seen in the hands of a US Army soldier during the opening credits. A Red Room operative that Melina Vostokoff (Rachel Weisz) disarms carries a CZ Scorpion Evo 3 A1 with a M203 grenade launcher attached. Melina then commandeers the weapon and fires the launcher.
M203 grenade launcher 40mm
The US Army soldier in the opening credits.
The gun with the UBGL lies on the floor after being hit.
Melina (Rachel Weisz
) fires the grenade launcher at the turbine above them. Important note: Melina pulls the trigger of the Scorpion EVO itself, not the grenade launcher.
A soldier shoots an RPG-7 during the opening credits.
A soldier with a RPG-7
after the shot.
Black Widow's Bite
The Black Widow's Bite is an electroshock bracelet used by all Black Widow assassins. The bracelets are not used most of the time in the film. For the first time, Ingrid (Nanna Blondell), whose mind is controlled by Dreykov, uses the Bite to commit suicide due to her injuries. Melina Vostokoff (Rachel Weisz), who has betrayed her family, fires a Bite at Yelena in her home as the Red Room operatives arrive. Natasha (Scarlett Johansson) also stuns several hostile Black Widows with the Bite during a fight in Dreykov's office in the film's final act.
Ingrid brings the weapon to her face against her will.
Melina shoots her youngest daughter.
She shoots one of the Widows (Jade Ma).
Hawkeye's Collapsible Recurve Bow
After Dreykov activates the Taskmaster protocol, she examines the recording of the Avengers Civil War (see Captain America: Civil War) at the Leipzig-Halle Airport, specifically the Black Panther and Hawkeye fight, in which Clint uses his unique bow. After that, Taskmaster copies the fighting style of both and uses his own bow in Budapest.
Taskmaster examines the recording of the Black Panther and Hawkeye fight at the Leipzig-Halle Airport.
Taskmaster's Collapsible Recurve Bow
Inspired by Hawkeye's fighting style, Taskmaster (Olga Kurylenko) creates her own collapsible recurve bow with explosive arrows. She first uses a bow in Norway during an ambush on Natasha Romanoff, but it is unseen. While chasing Natasha and Yelena in Budapest, Taskmaster activates her bow and shoots an exploding arrow under the bottom of their car.
The image of the bow in Taskmaster's interface as she climbs out of the hatch of her APC and prepares to attack.
Taskmaster (stunt double Andy Lister in this scene) shoots the bow at Natasha and Yelena's car.
The explosive arrow bounces off the asphalt and hits the underside of the car in slow motion...
Yelena (Florence Pugh) created her own arsenal in one of the rooms of a S.H.I.E.L.D. safehouse in Budapest. After a small fight, Yelena and Natasha go together to the armory, where Belova takes a wad of money and an M84 stun grenade while discussing the Budapest Operation with her sister.
Natasha notices the room with weapons. This shot best shows what appears to be the AKS-74U
over the ammo press.
A more detailed look at the right side of the weapon rack. Here you can see (from right to left): the AMD-65
on top of the ammo box, a Sa vz. 61 Skorpion
and Yugoslavian CZ Vz. 61 E Skorpion
, the AKS-74
with a GP-25 grenade launcher
, a customized FÉG NGM-81
, an RGD-5 hand grenade
, seven Makarov PM
pistols (two of them have an extended barrel and suppressor mount threading), an AKS-47
, a Mossberg 590 Cruiser
(as seen with bayonet lug and magazine tube cap), a barrel, wooden handguard, and high-capacity magazine tube of a Mossberg 500
from below, one more CZ Vz. 61 E Skorpion
, and the barrel of a Norinco NDM-86
There is a hidden room in Melina's house with many weapons and other equipment. In this room, she and Natasha come up with a plan to trick Dreykov and get into the Red Room.
machine gun is seen behind Natasha.
General view of Melina's arsenal. There are noticeably many weapons and equipment, in particular, from right to left, the Model 7290 flashbang grenade
, Glock 17
, Heckler & Koch MP5A2
, FN MK 13
and M72 LAW
on the wall, Remington 700PSS
, Browning Hi-Power
, Heckler & Koch HK416
, SIG SG 552
, M84 Stun Grenades
and several more Model 7290 flashbang grenade
A BM-21 Grad is seen firing during the opening credits.
A BM-21 Grad is seen firing during the opening credits.
An M1 Abrams is seen during the opening credits.
An M1 Abrams is seen during the opening credits.
Red Room Jet
Red Room operatives use fictional aircraft with multiple weapons in the second half of the film. Several jets arrive at Melina's homestead to detain Natasha's entire family. A few more (including Dreykov's jet) are trying to leave the collapsing Red Room, but only Melina and Alexei succeed in this.
Another tank is seen during the opening credits.