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Foreigner, The (2003)

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The Foreigner (2003)

The Foreigner is a 2003 DTV action film starring Steven Seagal as Jonathan Cold, a former deep cover operative who now works transporting high risk packages. He then finds himself being pursued by rival agents and other operatives who want the new package he has to deliver. Seagal would reprise his role as Cold in the 2005 DTV film Black Dawn.


The following weapons were used in the film The Foreigner:


Handguns

MAG-95

Jonathan Cold (Steven Seagal) uses a MAG-95 pistol, sometimes fitted with a suppressor, as his main sidearm throughout the movie. As the movie was filmed primarily in Poland, the MAG-95 is one of many Polish-made firearms which appear in the film. Due to a continuity error, the suppressed 1911 used by Mr. Mimms (Sherman Augustus) becomes the MAG-95 during a confrontation in which the pistol is kicked out of his hand.

MAG-95 - 9x19mm
A production image of Jonathan Cold wielding his suppressed MAG-95.
Cold points his MAG-95 at Dunoir in France.
Cold fires his MAG-95 (now fitted with a suppressor) at Van Aiken's mansion.
Mr. Mimms' suppressed 1911 becomes the MAG-95 after Cold kicks it out of his hand during a fight.
The suppressed pistol is used to threaten Dunoir at Van Aiken's mansion.
Cold pulls out his suppressed MAG-95 in Norway.
Cold holsters his MAG-95.

Bruni GAP 8mm (Glock 17 replica)

Dunoir (Max Ryan) carries what appears to be a suppressed 2nd Generation Glock 17 as one of his two sidearms throughout the movie. Upon close inspection, this Glock is actually a Bruni GAP 8mm blank gun, unlike his other Glock (a 3rd Generation 17L), which is in fact a real firearm.

Bruni GAP Glock 17 blank firing stage prop - 8mm blank
During a shootout in France, Dunoir (Max Ryan) takes cover while holding his two Glocks; the one in his left hand is a suppressed Glock 17 (actually a Bruni Gap 8mm replica).
Dunoir holsters his suppressed Glock 17. This close-up, while slightly blurry, reveals that the pistol is actually a Bruni Gap 8mm replica of a Glock 17; note that the extractor is thinner and closer to the bottom of the ejection port on the slide, when compared to a real Glock.
Dunoir holds the suppressed Bruni Gap in Marquee's mansion.
Dunoir steals a Porsche Boxster while pointing his suppressed Bruni Gap 8mm at the owner of the vehicle.
Dunoir dual wields his suppressed Bruni Gap 8mm along with a Glock 17L.
Dunoir threatens Cold with his suppressed Bruni Gap 8mm.

Glock 17L

Dunoir (Max Ryan) also uses a 3rd Generation Glock 17L as one of his two sidearms in the movie. It is recognizable as the 17L due to the squared edges of the tip of the slide, unlike the Glock 34 in which the edges are rounded. Unlike the suppressed Glock 17 which Dunoir uses, which is in reality a Bruni Gap 8mm replica, the Glock 17L appears to be a real (blank-adapted) firearm. The Glock 17L is also used by a CIA operative.

Glock 17L (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm
Dunoir uses his Glock 17L to execute the hotel clerk at Hotel Terminus.
Dunoir dual-wields his suppressed Glock 17 (actually a Bruni Gap 8mm blank replica) with his Glock 17L.
A close-up of Dunoir's two Glocks as he opens fire. This close-up reveals that the Glock 17L in his left hand is a 3rd Generation model; note accessory rail on the dust cover. Also note a continuity error: His Glock 17 (actually a Bruni Gap 8mm blank replica) lacks the suppressor that is fitted to it in all other shots.
Dunoir holds his Glock 17L; the finger grooves are visible on the grip, indicating again that this is a 3rd Generation Glock 17L.
Cold forces Dunoir to fire his Glock 17L into the ceiling during a confrontation.
At left, a CIA operative wields a Glock 17L.

Walther PPK

As a backup weapon, Dunoir (Max Ryan) carries a Walther PPK, which he uses at Alexander Marquee's (Philip Dunbar's) mansion after Marquee's bodyguards confiscate his two Glocks. This gun also appears to be the backup weapon of Mr. Mimms (Sherman Augustus), though it is not seen clearly enough to be certain.

Walther PPK - 7.65 mm Browning aka .32 ACP
Dunoir pulls a Walther PPK from his boot.
A close-up of the muzzle of Dunoir's PPK.

Springfield Armory Mil-Spec M1911A1

During the assault on the mansion, Dunoir (Max Ryan) uses a Springfield Armory Mil-Spec M1911A1 which is handed to him by Jonathan Cold. It appears to be a 9x19mm version.

Springfield Mil-Spec 1911A1 - .45 ACP
Dunoir (Max Ryan) holds the pistol. The Springfield Armory markings are clearly visible on the slide in this image.
Raising up the pistol. Note "Model 1911-A1" and "CAL 9mm" are visible on the slide.

Unknown 1911 variant

An unknown two-tone 1911 variant is used with a suppressor by Mr. Mimms (Sherman Augustus). This may also be a blank-firing replica of some type, like many of the other handguns in the film.

Mr. Mimms holds his suppressed 1911 in Germany.
A close-up of the suppressor of Mr. Mimms' 1911 before he executes the fake Cold.
Mr. Mimms fires his suppressed 1911.
Mr. Mimms holds the suppressed 1911 on Cold.

SIG-Sauer P225

A SIG-Sauer P225 is carried by a thug in Norway.

SIG-Sauer P225 - 9x19mm
In Norway, a thug enters a house with a SIG-Sauer P225.
A slightly blurry close-up of the thug's SIG P225.

Walther P99

Another thug in Norway uses a Walther P99, which may or may not be an Umarex blank-firing replica.

Walther P99 - 9x19mm.
A thug enters the house with a Walther P99.

Beretta 92FS replica

Several of Jerome Van Aken's (Harry Van Gorkum's) security guards carry Beretta 92FS pistols as sidearms, which appear to be 8mm blank replicas (most likely the Bruni Model 92).

Bruni Model 92 blank firing stage prop - 8mm blank.
Cold forces one of Van Aken's guards to shoot himself with his own Beretta 92FS. Note the shape of the barrel in this image, which suggests that the pistol is actually a blank-firing replica of some type.

Unknown pistol

One of Marquee's men is seen threatening Dunoir with an unknown pistol, which is only seen very briefly when he flashes the gun at Dunoir.

A man working for Marquee carries an unknown pistol.


Shotguns

Magtech MT 586.2PG

Cold also uses the Magtech MT 586.2PG shotgun, after taking it from an assassin in Norway. This gun is also used at Hotel Terminus by Mr. Mimms (Sherman Augustus) to shoot at Dunoir, and is also used by a gunman during the opening shootout in France. For some reason, whenever the shotgun is fired in this movie, characters are able to fire it very quickly, almost as if it were a semi-automatic weapon rather than a pump-action shotgun.

Magtech MT 586.2PG - 12 Gauge
In France, a thug opens fire with the Magtech MT 586.2PG shotgun.
A close-up of the shotgun in the thug's hands as he fires it.
A close-up of the shotgun in Mr. Mimms' hands as he fires it at Dunoir.
Cold holds the shotgun.
Cold with the shotgun.
Cold fires the shotgun.

Submachine Guns

PM-84P Glauberyt

Dunoir (Max Ryan) is seen carrying a PM-84P Glauberyt submachine gun in the second half of the movie, after he retrieves it from his secret weapons stash.

PM-84P Glauberyt - 9x19mm Parabellum
Dunoir takes out his secret stash of weapons. His Radom Hunter rifle is visible on the left, while the PM-84P Glauberyt is visible on the right. Beneath the PM-84P is another Glock of some type (likely the Bruni Gap 8mm that he uses in other scenes in the movie).
Dunoir takes out the PM-84P and chambers it. Note enlarged charging handle and stock sleeves on the side of the receiver, which differentiate the PM-84P from the original PM-84.
Dunoir holds the PM-84P on Cold.
A close-up of the PM-84P receiver, again showing the larger charging handle and stock sleeves on the receiver, and demonstrating this is a PM-84P and not an original PM-84.
Dunoir holds the PM-84P while hiding from the CIA operatives in the abandoned warehouse.
Dunoir flees the exploding warehouse with his PM-84P in hand.

PM-63 RAK

Due to a continuity error, the PM-84P Glauberyt which Dunoir carries in the latter part of the movie becomes a PM-63 RAK at Jerome Van Aken's (Harry Van Gorkum's) mansion. Earlier in the film, this weapon is also seen briefly in the hands of a CIA operative.

PM-63 RAK - 9x18mm Makarov
A CIA operative steps out of a van, holding a PM-63 RAK.
An extreme close-up of the grip and trigger of the PM-63 RAK in the hands of Dunoir; this is a continuity error, as he was using a PM-84P earlier in the film.


Rifles

Radom-Hunter

Dunoir (Max Ryan) is seen carrying a Radom-Hunter fitted with a scope and suppressor as his main sniper rifle, after he retrieves it from his weapons stash. Jonathan Cold (Steven Seagal) also uses the rifle to take out several guards at Jerome Van Aken's (Harry Van Gorkum's) mansion, with the rifle steadied by being tied to a tree.

Radom Hunter - 7.62x39mm
Dunoir takes out his secret stash of weapons. His Radom Hunter rifle is visible on the left, while the PM-84P Glauberyt is visible on the right. Beneath the PM-84P is another Glock of some type (likely the Bruni Gap 8mm that he uses in other scenes in the movie).
Dunoir checks the Radom Hunter.
On the left, Dunoir holds the rifle at Van Aken's mansion, as Cold threatens him with a suppressed MAG-95.
Cold ties the Radom Hunter to a tree to steady it at Van Aken's mansion.
Cold uses the Radom Hunter.
Dunoir uses the Radom Hunter to take out guards at close range.

SVD Dragunov

During his meeting with Jonathan Cold, Jared Olyphant (Gary Raymond) is covered by a sniper who uses an SVD Dragunov sniper rifle.

SVD Dragunov Sniper Rifle - 7.62x54mmR
A CIA sniper covers Jared Olyphant with an SVD Dragunov.
Cold knocks out the sniper with the SVD.

Skbk wz.89 Onyks

Skbk wz.89 Onyks short-barreled assault rifles (Polish AKS-74U clones) are used by many of Jerome Van Aken's (Harry Van Gorkum's) mansion security personnel throughout the movie.

Skbk wz.89 Onyks - 5.45x39mm
Cold prepares to take out two guards at Van Aken's mansion. The one on the left has an AKS-47 (likely a Polish-made Kbk copy), while the other on the right holds an Skbk wz.89 Onyks.
After Cold takes out the first two guards, a third comes running towards him with his wz.89 ready...
...only to die acrobatic-style moments later. Note wire stock on the wz.89, the key visual difference between this gun and the AKS-74U.
Another guard at Van Aken's mansion stands with his wz.89 at the ready.

AKS-47

AKS-47 rifles are used by several gunmen who assault Jonathan Cold and Dunoir during the package retrieval scene in the beginning of the movie. They are also used by several of Jerome Van Aken's (Harry Van Gorkum's) mansion security personnel. Since this movie was filmed in Poland, the AKS-47s are almost surely Polish-manufactured Kbk copies.

PMKS/Kbk AKS-47 - 7.62x39mm
In France, Cold shoots and kills a thug in a camel coat who is carrying an AKS-47.
A close-up of the muzzle of an AKS-47 in the hands of a guard at Van Aken's estate.
Cold prepares to take out two guards at Van Aken's mansion. The one on the left has an AKS-47 (likely a Polish-made Kbk copy), while the other on the right holds an Skbk wz.89 Onyks.
Cold snipes a guard who is carrying an AKS-47 at Van Aken's mansion.

SKS

SKS rifles with underfolding bayonets are held by guards in Warsaw, Poland.

Russian Simonov Type 45 aka the Russian SKS rifle - 7.62x39mm. The Russian SKS has a milled receiver and a blade bayonet. The rifles were issued with hardwood or laminated stocks. This example has a hardwood stock.
Guards with the SKS.

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