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Blue Streak is a 1999 action-comedy crime film starring Martin Lawrence as Miles Logan, a jewel thief who, after being released from a two-year prison stay, discovers the stolen diamond he hid within a building then under construction has now been built into a police station. Determined to retrieve his score, he disguises himself as an LAPD detective and attempts to recover the gem while being literally surrounded by the police. While posing as a detective, Logan finds himself gaining the trust of some of the other officers in the station. The film also stars Luke Wilson, William Forsythe, Peter Greene, and Dave Chappelle.
The following weapons were used in the film Blue Streak:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
While he is impersonating a detective, Miles Logan (Martin Lawrence) carries the LAPD standard-issue Beretta 92FS as his sidearm. He is only seen wielding it during the convenience store robbery. The uniformed LAPD officers throughout the movie also carry Berettas.
Smith & Wesson 4506-1
Detective Carlson (Luke Wilson) carries a Smith & Wesson 4506-1 in .45 ACP as his sidearm throughout the film. He notably uses it during the convenience store shootout, and later during the drug raid at Jean LaFleur's (Olek Krupa)'s warehouse. Det. Hardcastle (William Forsythe) also carries a 4506 as his sidearm and uses it throughout the course of the film. Lieutenant Rizzo (Graham Beckel) is also briefly seen with a 4506-1 holstered in some scenes.
Deacon (Peter Greene) carries a Browning Hi-Power of newer manufacture when he tries to interfere in Miles Logan's sting operation to get back the diamond.
Jean LaFleur (Olek Krupa) passes a stainless Ruger GP100 off to Miles Logan (Martin Lawrence) when he is trying to find out if he is an undercover cop. Logan keeps the GP100 and uses it in the film's climax when he finally confronts Deacon (Peter Greene).
When Deacon (Peter Greene) steals an armored car and attempts to escape at the end of the film, he finds a 2nd Generation Glock 17 lying on the seat. He uses it to confront Miles Logan at the end of the movie, but never uses it, as Miles talks him into surrendering. One of the drug traffickers in the truck during the bust also uses a Glock 17.
Beretta 84F 'Cheetah'
Deacon (Peter Greene) initially carries a nickel-plated Beretta 84F, which he uses to betray Miles Logan (Martin Lawrence) and the rest of the diamond heist crew early in the movie. It's seen again near the end of the film drawn by Deacon when he and Logan confront each other.
Colt Detective Special
The Clerk in the convenience store (Kenny Endoso) draws and fires a 3rd Generation Colt Detective Special in the attempted robbery by Tulley (Dave Chappelle).
Tulley (Dave Chappelle) uses an RPB M11, a semi-auto MAC-11 clone, as his weapon during the convenience store robbery and standoff in the alley that follows. Although the folly editor occasionally inserts bursts of automatic gunfire on the soundtrack whenever the weapon is fired, it is clear whenever the weapon is fired that it is in fact a semi-auto civilian "assault pistol" version of the MAC-11. LaFleur's henchman Francois (Erik Rondell) also carries a version of this weapon in the later half of the film.
Heckler & Koch MP5K
Most of Jean LaFleur's (Olek Krupa's) thugs are armed with Heckler & Koch MP5K submachine guns fitted with extended barrels when they meet Logan, working undercover as a drug trafficker. These are not MP5K-PDWs as stated previously; they do not have the PDW folding stock nor Navy-style trigger/selector groups.
Some of Jean LaFleur's thugs wield Beretta PM12S submachine guns. One particular thug (played by stuntman John Meier) is seen with one, attempting to shoot Carlson with it before Miles intervenes.
Heckler & Koch MP5A2
Several LAPD SWAT officers, FBI tactical agents, and U.S. Customs officers are seen using Heckler & Koch MP5A2 submachine guns near the end of the film.
Rifles / Carbines
LAPD SWAT officers, U.S. Customs agents, and Mexican border patrol officers all use M16A2 assault rifles. The rifles are seen most clearly when Deacon (Peter Greene) drives his armored car across the border into Mexico and the Customs agents and Mexican officers all open fire upon him. Much like the aforementioned firearms, most of the M16A2s are fired on semi-auto (with the foley editor simply inserting automatic fire onto the soundtrack, which seems to be a common goof in the movie) - however, some of the rifles are seen fired in automatic three-round bursts.
M4A1 + Cobray CM203 (?)
During the scene where LAPD SWAT officers and FBI tactical agents arrest LaFleur and his men, it appears that some of the tactical agents are armed with M16 carbine variants with grenade launchers. They appear to be an M4A1s fitted with Cobray CM203 37mm flare launchers (meant to stand in for the M203), but this is far from certain.
Winchester Model 1200
The two LAPD officers who interrupt the diamond heist near the beginning of the film carry a Winchester Model 1200 in their cruiser as a patrol shotgun..
Remington 870 (various)
A Remington 870 is used by one of the LAPD officers who comes in during the diamond heist. It is fitted with a tactical light. A pistol-gripped Remington 870 is also used by one of the drug traffickers during the van bust. The Clerk in the convenience store (Kenny Endoso) draws and fires a sawed-off Remington 870 Field Gun with barrel ribbing just after he has run out of ammunition in his Colt Detective Special.
Heckler & Koch P2A1 Flare Pistol
While pursuing Deacon, Miles (Martin Lawrence) retrieves a Heckler & Koch P2A1 Flare Pistol from under the driver's seat of the LAPD patrol car he is driving. He uses the pistol to shoot a flare into an open vent on the door of Deacon's armored truck, causing him to crash.