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Hollywood Homicide is a 2003 action comedy starring Harrison Ford as Detective Joe Gavilan, who has to juggle his job as a homicide detective working out of the Hollywood Division of the LAPD with his sideline job as a real estate broker. While breaking in his rookie partner, K.C. Calden (Josh Hartnett), Gavilan tries to solve a multiple homicide involving musicians in the rap industry. The film was directed by Ron Shelton (Dark Blue) and was co-written by Robert Souza, a former LAPD homicide detective who based the screenplay on his own real-life experiences.
The following weapons were used in the film Hollywood Homicide:
Smith & Wesson 4566
LAPD Detective Sergeant Joe Gavilan (Harrison Ford) carries a Smith & Wesson 4566 as his sidearm throughout the film. This is quite accurate as the S&W 4566 is actually one of several .45 ACP pistols authorized for carry by officers of the Los Angeles Police Department.
Smith & Wesson 4566 - .45 ACP
Joe firing his Smith & Wesson 4566 on the range at the film's start.
Joe continues to fire his 4566.
Joe answers the door with his 4566 in hand.
As Sartain fires a Glock at him, Joe ducks behind the door of K.C's Ford Mustang Saleen with his 4566 at the ready.
Joe aims his 4566 at Sartain.
Joe chases after Sartain with his 4566 drawn.
While in pursuit of Sartain, Joe is ecstatic upon hearing the sale of the $6 million house, but terrifying the other people in the elevator by having his Smith & Wesson 4566
Joe searches for Sartain with his 4566 at the ready.
Joe exchanges fire with Sartain on the rooftop with his 4566.
Det. K.C. Calden (Josh Hartnett) keeps a Beretta 92FS as his sidearm throughout the film. LAPD officers are also seen with Berettas, one of which is snatched by a criminal being arrested, who fires it around the police parking lot with his hands cuffed behind his back. K.C counts the shots fired and goes to jump him after 15 shots (which, if closely counted, is the full 16 shots), only to be shown by Joe that the gun still has "One in the 'spout'" (meaning one still loaded in the chamber).
K.C. fires his Beretta 92FS on the firing line at the film's start.
K.C. firing his 92FS. Throughout the film, Hartnett seemed to be a little gun shy, blinking after near every shot. Note how his eyes are closed. This is deliberate, as according to the IMDB trivia for this movie Harrison Ford is actually a poor shot and dislikes guns, while Hartnett is something of a marksman.
K.C's 92FS resting on his dresser.
"You got a live gun here, you're gonna get yourself shot.
The officer's 92FS lays on the ground after being used by the criminal.
: "What are you talking about? It's a standard-issue Beretta, 15 shots, I counted." Joe
: "And one in the spout!"
Joe shows K.C. the officer's 92FS still had a round in the chamber.
K.C. fires his 92FS (serial number BER148278Z) on the range at night. First he fires 13 shots, then reloads. He then fires 14 shots and the slide locks back, despite how a fully loaded 15 shot mag plus a round in the chamber makes 16 rounds, not 14. Although this may have been done to fit within the allotted time for the scene. Note that this shot was later reused in 21 Jump Street
Danny Broome (James MacDonald) is seen with a Glock 17 2nd Generation with chromed slide which he shows to Joe and K.C. in an attempt to intimidate them. Antoine Sartain (Isaiah Washington) is later seen using the same Glock to fire at Joe as he pursues him.
Glock 17 2nd Generation - 9x19mm
Broome shows off his badge and chrome slide Glock 17.
Sartain fires his Glock 17 at Joe.
Sartain drops the Glock once it runs out of bullets.
Smith & Wesson 3913
Lieutenant Bennie Macko (Bruce Greenwood) is seen with a compact Smith & Wesson auto, most likely a Smith & Wesson 3913.
Smith & Wesson 3913 - 9x19mm.
Leroy Wasley (Dwight Yoakam) is armed with a Walther PPK/S, which he fires at Joe and uses to hold up K.C. before he acts his way out of being killed and manages to get a confession from him claiming he murdered his dad.
Walther PPK/S - .380 ACP.
Wasley points his PPK/S at K.C.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
Several gangsters during the beginning of the film use Heckler & Koch MP5A3s fitted with RIS foregrips and Aimpoint Comp-M2 reflex sights. They look to have Navy-style trigger groups.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with Navy trigger group, threaded muzzle, railed handguard, RIS foregrip, and M68 Aimpoint red dot scope - 9x19mm
A gangster loads up an MP5A3 he had stored in the bathroom.
A gangster fires an MP5A3.
A gangster firing an MP5A3.
Rifles / Carbines
FN FAL (Shorty Carbine)
One of the drive-by shooters is armed with a short-barreled FN FAL variant with a 30 round magazine.
DSA SA58 OSW (FN FAL) - 7.62x51mm
One of the drive by shooters fires a shorty FAL variant.
M249 SAW Para
One of the drive by shooters is armed with a M249 SAW Paratrooper machine gun.
A drive by shooter fires an M249 Para.