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Hidden Assassin is a 1995 independent action film starring Dolph Lundgren, John Ashton and Maruschka Detmers directed by Ted Kotcheff, whose previous works include First Blood and Uncommon Valor. Released theatrically in most European markets as "The Shooter," the film was retitled when it was purchased by Miramax for an American home video release. Originally due to be filmed in Paris, filming was shifted to Prague, partly for cost reasons. There are two versions, a 89 minute American edit, and a 104 minute international edit.
The following weapons were used in the film Hidden Assassin:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Most of the characters, including Michael Dane (Dolph Lundgren) and Alex Reed (John Ashton) use SIG-Sauer P228 pistols in the film. There are some continuity errors where the P228 switches with an Astra A-100 however.
SIG-Sauer P228s sometimes become Astra A-100s and vice versa.
Michael Dane has a SIG-Sauer P226 while in the CIA safehouse. Henchmen carry it as well.
A henchman (Michael Rogers) uses a Retay Eagle until it is taken away by Simone Rosset (Maruschka Detmers). She uses it and then gives it to Michael Dane.
Smith & Wesson Model 19
Prague police carry Smith & Wesson Model 19's as their service weapons. Simone's friend Marcus (Petr Drozda) also carries one, until it is taken away by Michael Dane. Michael uses it when tracking Simone on a train.
Belgado (Pablo Scola) uses a nickel-plated Astra 300 at the end of the film.
The Cuban Ambassador's body guard (Robert Thomas) pulls out a Glock 17 briefly.
Various henchman are armed with Sa 25 submachine guns. Dick Powell's (Gavan O'Herlihy) Spectre M4 turns into one in a continuity error, and Michael Dane uses that one after Powell is injured.
Dick Powell briefly chases after the conspirators with a commandeered Spectre M4 submachine gun. It turns into a Sa 25 submachine gun in the next scene.
A henchman (Martin Hub) uses a Benelli M3 shotgun with a folding stock before it is taken away by Michael Dane. Simone uses it in the next scene.
Steyr AUG SR
The Steyr AUG SR is used by the sniper in the sewer at the start of the movie.
Alex Reed uses an SVD Dragunov until it is taken away by Michael Dane.
Vz.54 Sniper Rifle
A sniper shoots at Michael and Simone with a Vz. 54 sniper rifle. Prague police snipers are armed with Vz. 54's as well. Alberto Torena (Simón Andreu) takes one off of a dead police sniper in the end.
Belgado drops a time bomb down the sewer grate to eliminate the evidence.