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theatrical poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
Directed by Rob Minkoff
Release Date 2011
Language English
Studio Foresight Unlimited
The Safran Company
Distributor IFC Films
Main Cast
Character Actor
Tripp Kennedy Patrick Dempsey
Kaitlin Ashley Judd
Billy Ray 'Peanut Butter' McCloud Tim Blake Nelson
Darrien's Mekhi Phifer
Gates Matt Ryan
Gordon Blythe Jeffrey Tambor
Weinstein John Ventimiglia
Wyatt 'Jelly' Jenkins Pruitt Taylor Vince

The following weapons were used in the film Flypaper:

Flypaper is a 2011 crime comedy from the writers of The Hangover and directed by Rob Minkoff (The Forbidden Kingdom). The film depicts two different gangs who attempt to rob the same bank on the same day, but unbeknownst to both gangs, the whole scenario is part of a master plan conducted by Vicellous Drum, the FBI's most wanted bank robber who wanted to tie up a bunch of loose ends.

The following weapons were used in the film Flypaper:


Beretta 92FS

Weinstein (John Ventimiglia) uses a Beretta 92FS to start a shootout in the bank. Kaitlin (Ashley Judd) later manages to get a hold of one.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
A masked Weinstein (John Ventimiglia) with a Beretta 92FS.
Upon getting a 92FS, Kaitlin's (Ashley Judd) first reaction is to load it like a pro even racking the slide after loading the magazine (offscreen sadly).
Kaitlin aims her 92FS.

ISS Flashpaper Beretta 92FS

When Kaitlin (Ashley Judd) firing, is seen in her hand a Beretta 92FS flashpaper gun.

Beretta 92FS "Non Gun" Flashpaper.
Before shot.
After shot.

Glock 17

Gates (Matt Ryan) uses a 2nd Generation Glock 17 as a sidearm. Tripp Kennedy (Patrick Dempsey) also finds a 3rd Generation model in Jack Hayes's (Eddie Matthews) holster. Darrien remarks that the Glock found on Jack is FBI issued where in reality the Glock 17 is only issued to an FBI agent if they fail their first qualification. The Glock also switches back to a 2nd Generation model in that scene.

2nd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm
3rd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm
Gates (Matt Ryan) wields his 2nd Generation Glock 17 in combination with his M4A1.
Gates threatens Mitchell the computer guy with his Glock 17.
Gates counts off the rules for the hostages with his Glock in hand.
A closeup on Jack Hayes's (Eddie Matthews) Glock 17.
Tripp Kennedy (Patrick Dempsey) recounts all of the events so far including who could have shot Jack with the Glock still in his hand. Note how it is now a 3rd Generation model.
Darrien points out the the Glock is FBI issued. Note how it is now back to being a 2nd Generation model.

Heckler & Koch USP

Darrien's (Mekhi Phifer) sidearm is a Heckler & Koch USP. Gates and Wienstien later switches to them. The Bank Manager (Jeffrey Tambor) later commandeers one.

Heckler & Koch USP - 9x19mm
Darrien with his Heckler & Koch USP as he is amazed by the stupidity of Billy Ray "Peanut Butter" McCloud and Wyatt "Jelly" Jenkins.
Finally having enough of their stupidity, Darrien tells them to just "get the fuck out".
Wienstien aims his USP at Billy Ray.
In a classic Mexican standoff, Wienstien aims his USP at Billy Ray while Billy aims his Python at Gates.
The Bank Manager with a USP.

SIG-Sauer P226

A SIG-Sauer P226 with a silencer is found with the corpse of Mitchell Wolf (Curtis Armstrong).

SIG-Sauer P226 - 9x19mm


Colt Python

Billy Ray "Peanut Butter" McCloud's (Tim Blake Nelson) sidearm of choice is a stainless Colt Python.

Stainless Steel Colt Python with 6" Barrel - .357 Magnum
Billy Ray "Peanut Butter" McCloud (Tim Blake Nelson) in the background firing his Colt Python at the other robbers.

Dan Wesson Model 15 VH

Wyatt "Jelly" Jenkins (Pruitt Taylor Vince) uses a stainless Dan Wesson Model 15 VH during the robbery. Tripp later manages to take it from him. Billy Ray mentions that it belonged to Wyatt's mother. After taking it back from Tripp, Gates uses it for the rest of his appearance. This is the first appearance of a PPC in film.

Dan Wesson Model 15-VH - .357 Maximum
Wyatt "Jelly" Jenkins (Pruitt Taylor Vince) firing his Dan Wesson PPC.
Wyatt draws his PPC on Tripp.
After sneaking it away from Wyatt, Tripp draws the Dan Wesson on Gates after he called Tripp a "c-word".
A promo photo of the same scene.
Gates about to kill Tripp with the PPC, but fails due to Tripp removing the firing pin earlier.


Remington 870

Billy Ray "Peanut Butter" McCloud (Tim Blake Nelson) uses a Remington 870 with a chrome finish an a pistol grip during the robbery. In Tripp's reenactment of the opening shootout it is seen with a sawed of barrel.

Remington 870 with a Tac-Star Tommy Gun pistol grip - 12 Gauge.
Billy Ray "Peanut Butter" McCloud (Tim Blake Nelson) aims his Remington 870 at the other robbers.
Billy Ray with his 870 in Tripp's reenactment. Note how it now has a sawed off barrel.

Serbu Super Shorty

Gates (Matt Ryan) switches to a Serbu Super Shorty.

Serbu Super Shorty - 12 Gauge
Gates (Matt Ryan) with his Serbu Super Shorty.


Colt M4A1

The team of Darrien (Mekhi Phifer), Gates (Matt Ryan), and Weinstein (John Ventimiglia) use Colt M4A1s with foregrips, Trijicon ACOG sights, and mounted flashlights during the robbery in the beginning. Mr. Clean (Adrian Martinez) later captures one.

Colt M4A1 with a forgrip and Trijicon ACOG scope - 5.56x45mm
The group chamber their Colt M4A1s before the job.
A closeup on Weinstein's (John Ventimiglia) M4A1.
Darrien (Mekhi Phifer) aims his M4A1 at the other robbers.
Mr. Clean (Adrian Martinez) aims his M4 at Tripp thinking he is Vicellous Drum.
A promo photo showing Mr. Clean with his M4.
Mr. Clean fires his M4A1.

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