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First Sunday is a 2008 comedy-drama directed by David E. Talbert starring Ice Cube, Tracy Morgan, Katt Williams and Chi McBride. It was the feature debut for director Talbert, who is a critically acclaimed playwright and theater director.
The following weapons were used in the film First Sunday:
Smith & Wesson Model 66
Durell Douglas (Ice Cube) uses a .357 Smith & Wesson Model 66 with a 2.5 inch barrel to hold up the church. He fires three rounds out of it to get the crowd's attention, and it is never fired again throughout the course of the film. He hands it to LeeJohn Jackson (Tracy Morgan) when has to go take a call. He hands it to Pastor Arthur Mitchell (Chi McBride) to dispose of when they escape the church.
When going to check who is at the church door, Durell gives LeeJohn a .380 Beretta 84 with the early rounded trigger guard. This gun is never fired. Durell hands it to Pastor Arthur Mitchell (Chi McBride) to dispose of when they escape the church.
Officer D'Agostino (Nicholas Turturro) and other uniformed Baltimore PD officers are armed with Glock 17s. Jamaican gangster Blahka (Paul Campbell) draws one when he confronts Durell and LeeJohn in the end.
Blahka's henchman Pirate (Antwone Dickey) chambers a round into his M1911A1 for emphasis.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
Baltimore PD SWAT teams are armed with Heckler & Koch MP5A3 submachine gun with Surefire lights and forends.