Driven to Kill
Driven to Kill is a 2009 DTV (direct to video) thriller directed by Jeff King and stars Steven Seagal as Ruslan Drachev, Igor Jijikine as Mikhail Abramov and Dmitry Chepovetsky as Stephan Abramov. Twenty years after Ruslan has quit the Russian mob headed by Mikhail Abramov, the now husband of his ex-wife, he returns to the United States to attend his daughter's wedding. After a supposed robbery leaves Ruslan´s ex-wife dead and his daughter in critical condition, he decides to ignore the law enforcement officers who are ordered to look into the case and find out for himself who wanted his loved ones dead. The weapons on this movie were supplied by the Vancouver-based company Felcan Enterprises.
The following weapons were used in the film Driven to Kill:
One of the two police officers entering the strip club after the brawl is carrying a Beretta 92F/FS.
Beretta 92FS Inox
Seen among the weapons in the arms dealers caches is a Beretta 92FS Inox with pearl grips. It was never picked up or fired in the film.
Colt Double Eagle
A thug in the illegal arms dealers cellar is armed with a Colt Double Eagle Officer's Model . Ruslan (Steven Seagal) is also seen retrieving this weapon from one of the Russian mobsters that attempted to take him down during the beginning of the shootout in the parking garage.
One of the sidearms used by Mikhail Abramov (Igor Jijikine).
Glock 19 is seen in the hands of one of the officers entering the strip club after the brawl. It is also used by one of the thugs working for the illegal arms dealer. During the scene with the latter a little oddity occurs: The characters are seen discarding three weapons. For an unknown reason, the editor used the same clip of a dropped Glock 19 with stainless barrel for all of them.
Ruger Mk III
During the hospital shootout Mikhail Abramov (Igor Jijikine) discards his CZ 52 and switches to what appears to be a stainless Ruger Mk III.
Ruslan later disarms Abramov and stabs him in the eye with the Ruger Mk III pistol and shoots him.
Smith & Wesson Model 640 Centennial
A Smith & Wesson Model 640 Centennial is among the weapons Ruslan retrieves from the arms dealers shop. He is then giving it to Stephan Arbarn (Dmitry Chepovetsky), who uses it for the remainder of the film.
Smith & Wesson Escort
Smith & Wesson M&P
Among the weapons the arms dealer has on sale is a Smith & Wesson M&P
Among the weapons used in the parking garage shootout is a gold plated Taurus PT92 with pearl grips and a black barrel. This exact same gun was also used in Smokin' Aces 2: Assassins' Ball (the same armorers who supplied guns to that movie also worked on this movie).
Used once by one of the thugs when Ruslan (Steven Seagal) attempts to flush the men who attacked his wife and daughter out of an apartment complex.
One of the firearms made available to Ruslan Drachev (Steven Seagal) by the illegal arms dealer is a M4A1 Carbine. Ruslan uses it when he attempts to flush the men who attacked his wife and daughter out of an apartment complex.
Norinco Type 84S
Used during the hospital shootout by all Russian mobsters.
Olympic Arms K3BM4-A3
After taking out the illegal arms dealer, Ruslan takes the liberty of relieving him of his excess baggage. This includes an Olympic Arms K3BM4-A3.
Only used once, during the final firefight in the hospital.
The Stunt Coordinator for the film, Garvin Cross, notes in the Making-of that the K3's rate of fire was reduced from 750 rounds per minute to about 500.
Mossberg 500 Cruiser
Among the weapons seen in the arms shop is a Mossberg 500 Cruiser.
Used by the owner of the strip club and one of the thugs hired by Mikhail Abramov (Igor Jijikine).
M67 Fragmentation grenades
During the fight in the hospital, Ruslan builds an IED from two M67 fragmentation grenades, knives, multiple surgery tools and nails.