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Frequency is a 2000 science fiction thriller starring Jim Caviezel as John Sullivan, an NYPD detective still grieving over the loss of his father Frank (Dennis Quaid), who died fighting a fire thirty years ago in 1969. When he finds a ham radio that once belonged to his father, John finds through a strange occurence that he communicate with his still living dad in the past. The film would also spawn a CW television series adaptation in 2016.
The following weapons were used in the film Frequency (2000):
John Sullivan (Jim Caviezel) uses a police issued 2nd generation Glock 17 as his main sidearm through out the film but never fires it.
2nd Generation Glock 17 9mm cal
John Sullivan (Jim Caviezel
) places his Glock 17 on the table after a long day on the job.
John's Glock 17 lays just out of reach of him and Jack Shepard (Shawn Doyle
) in the present.
Jack Shepard (Shawn Doyle
) in the present holds John's Glock to his head.
Smith and Wesson Model 36
Jack Shepard (Shawn Doyle) in 1969 uses a Smith and Wesson Model 36 snub nose revolver in .38 special caliber holding five shots which is accurately depicted. Also Satch DeLeon (Andre Braugher) and the man he is with have .38s drawn in 1969 at the docks after Frank Sullivan (Dennis Quaid) "drowns" Shepard. You can see them holster the .38s into cross draw hip holsters.
Smith and Wesson Model 36 .38 special
Shepard searches for Sullivan, .38 at the ready.
Shepard's .38 sinks to the bottom of the river as Sullivan and he fight.
Satch DeLeon's (Andre Braugher
) partner holsters his .38 at the docks.
Jack Shepard (Shawn Doyle) uses the SIG in 1999 as his police issued sidearm. It is classified as a SIG-Sauer P220 based on its large muzzle and 7+1 capacity. (despite the last 8th round being given a click sound instead of a bang even though a shell is seen flying out of the gun as it locks back.)
John Sullivan and Jack Shepard (Shawn Doyle
) struggle for his P220. The gun clicks on the last round despite a shell seen flying out.
Shepard aims his P220 at Sullivan.
Frank Sullivan (Dennis Quaid) uses a Remington 870 shotgun in 1969 to blow off Jack Shepard's (Shawn Doyle) hand and in 1999 to kill him.
Frank Sullivan aims his Remington 870 at Shepard in 1969, unable to get a clear shot as Shepard uses the young John as a shield.
Frank picks up the 870 when a shot at Shepard opens up, using it to blow off his hand. (Though it may look like it in this shot, it is not
a Mossberg 500
, it is a Remington 870
without a doubt.
The business end of Frank's Remington 870 in 1999 as he finishes Shepard off once and for all.