|Jack Reacher: Never Go Back
|| United States
Jack Reacher: Never Go Back is the 2016 sequel to 2012's Jack Reacher and is an adaptation of the Reacher novel Never Go Back by Lee Child. Tom Cruise reprises his role as Reacher, who returns to the world of the US military when he discovers that the MP commander who replaced him is charged with a crime. The film also co-stars Cobie Smulders and Robert Knepper and was helmed by Edward Zwick, who also directed Cruise in 2003's The Last Samurai.
The following weapons were used in the film Jack Reacher: Never Go Back:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
US Army MPs are seen armed with the Beretta 92FS (in the place of M9s) pistols when they surround a car.
Some US MPs are armed with the Beretta.
US Army MPs are seen armed with the Beretta M9A1, including Cibelli and Mirkovich, and Lt. Espin (Aldis Hodge). Maj. Susan Turner (Cobie Smulders) is also seen firing Espin's M9A1.
An MP with the Beretta M9A1. Note the rail. Also note that the MP wears a patrol cap with the name "Zwick" on the back, an obvious nod to the director of the movie, Edward Zwick
Cibelli with the M9A1 in a chest holster.
Cibelli's M9A1 is visible when he is shot.
Turner with the M9A1. The distinctive rail of the M9A1 is visible here.
Espin trains his M9A1 on a Para Source contractor. Note that this is not the Beretta 92A1, which has two distinct grooves in the rail, while the M9A1 only has one.
Another angle of the same scene.
The Local Deputy (Judd Lormand) is seen armed with a Glock 17 when confronting Reacher in a diner.
A Generation 3 Glock 17
9x19mm. Note the finger grooves, thumb reliefs, and accessory rail on the frame, which differentiate it from the older model.
A sheriff's deputy holds his Glock 17 on Jack Reacher (Tom Cruise
Glock 17 (Full Auto Custom)
A Glock with tan furniture and extended barrel is used by The Hunter (Patrick Heusinger). During a confrontation in a kitchen, the weapon is seen equipped with a high-capacity magazine, and fired on full auto.
Glock 17 OD Green - 9x19mm
The Hunter threads a suppressor onto his Glock. Note that the factory markings appear to have been removed or covered.
The Hunter struggles with Reacher for the Glock. He fires the Glock on full-auto here.
Reacher imagines the Hunter searching a house with the suppressed Glock.
The Hunter fires the Glock in a flashback.
Another angle of the same scene.
Glock 17 (Lone Wolf Timberwolf)
During a brief confrontation, The Hunter (Patrick Heusinger) is seen taking what appears to be a Glock customized with a Lone Wolf Timberwolf frame from a police officer.
A police officer with the custom Glock.
The Hunter with the commandeered Glock. Note the distinctive beavertail-style grip and the shape of the rail, both characteristics of the Lone Wolf Timberwolf frame.
An Army MP is briefly seen with a Glock 19.
Glock 19 (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm
Heckler & Koch USP Compact
A Para Source contractor is very briefly seen drawing a Heckler & Koch USP Compact in a fight with Reacher, before being swiftly disarmed.
Heckler & Koch USP Compact - 9x19mm.
A contractor draws the USP Compact.
SIG-Sauer P226 E2
A SIG-Sauer P226 E2 is seen used by Jack Reacher (Tom Cruise). A contractor carries one he claims he purchased recently, but is forced by Reacher to toss it in his back seat. The same pistol is later used by The Hunter (Patrick Heusinger), after his custom Glock is lost, and also by Reacher and several Para Source contractors.
SIG-Sauer P226 E2 - 9x19mm.
A contractor does a brass check on the SIG. Note the E2 on the slide and operator's trigger discipline.
The contractor holds up his SIG.
Reacher aims the SIG in the final confrontation.
Another angle of the same scene. Note Cruise's excellent grip.
SIG-Sauer P229 E2
In a continuity error, The Hunter (Patrick Heusinger)'s SIG-Sauer P226 E2 turns into a SIG-Sauer P229 E2.
SIG-Sauer P229 E2 - 9x19mm.
The Hunter brandishes the SIG P229 E2. Note the shape of the grips and the shorter barrel compared to the P226.
Smith & Wesson M&P
Jack Reacher (Tom Cruise) takes a Smith & Wesson M&P from an operative after smashing a car window.
Smith & Wesson M&P Semiautomatic Pistol - 9x19mm
"I don't like being followed."
Reacher holds the acquired M&P after smashing a car window.
Reacher threatens with the pistol.
A close-up shows the rear sight and Smith & Wesson logo on the slide.
A contractor is briefly seen with a customized AKM rifle in Afghanistan. The rifle is outfitted with an M4 buttstock, railed handguards, and is painted with a desert camo scheme.
AKM fitted with Tapco Intrafuse and T6 furniture sets and an M4 buttstock and Stock Adapter, to look like the weapon in Modern Warfare 2
The stock and receiver are visible here.
The only other clear shot of the weapon. Note the railed handguard and optics.
A contractor in Afghanistan is seen with an AKMSU with a railed handguard.
AKMSU with railed handguard - 7.62x39mm
In the centre, an operator fires the AKMSU.
BCM CQB-11 KMR-A10
Jack Reacher (Tom Cruise) is seen using a BCM CQB-11 KMR-A10 with a PRI Compensator, BCM vertical grip, TTI base pad, and Trijicon SRS red dot sight, which he takes from a Para Source contractor.
BCM CQB-11 KMR-A10 - 5.56x45mm. "KMR-A10" means that this carbine has a 10" KeyMod handguard.
The contractor fires the BCM.
Reacher takes out the contractor.
Reacher takes aim. The TTI basepad is visible here.
Reacher fires the AR. Note the BCM Gunfighter stock.
The rifle is discarded once Reacher runs out of ammunition.
Daniel Defense M4
Prudhomme is seen with a Daniel Defense M4 in Afghanistan, although this is a bit of an assumption since only the stock is ever seen.
Daniel Defense M4 V5 with Magpul PMAG and KAC vertical foregrip - 5.56x45mm
Prudhomme with the Daniel Defense M4.
Heckler & Koch HK416D
Several operatives are armed with Heckler & Koch HK416D rifles.
Heckler & Koch HK416D with 10.4 inch barrel - 5.56x45mm NATO. The weapon here is one of the earliest production models, featuring the standard M4 6-position "LE"-style stock.
An operative fires his HK416D. This shot is from the trailer and did not make the final cut of the film.
LaRue Tactical OBR
A LaRue Tactical OBR 5.56 is seen in the hands of at least two Para Source contractors. It is at least 18", fitted with a suppressor, as well as a Daniel Defense M4 stock and a scope.
LaRue Tactical OBR 5.56 with 16" barrel. The one in the film appears to be a 18" - 5.56x45mm
A contractor fires the OBR on the right.
A contractor with the OBR.
The contractor with the OBR during the standoff.
US Army MPs and infantry can be seen with the M4A1 carbine throughout the film.
M4A1 SOPMOD with EOTech 552.A65 Holographic sight and SureFire M951XM05 tactical light - 5.56x45mm
Soldier in black helmet in center armed with the M4A1.
An Army soldier in Afghanistan with the M4A1 slung.
In the background an Army soldier can be seen with an M4A1/M203 combo w ACOG and tan paint job.
Noveske Rifleworks Diplomat
In addition to M4A1 carbines, US Army soldiers are seen with the Noveske Rifleworks Diplomat in Afghanistan. This is incorrect, as the Diplomat is not a weapon used by the US Army.
Noveske N4 Diplomat - 5.56x45mm
A soldier handles the Diplomat.
The same soldier is shown again, only this time, the shot has been reversed.
SIG SG 552
A Para Source contractor is seen armed with the SIG SG 552, outfitted with an EOTech sight and GoPro camera.
SIG SG 552-2, version with permanent scope rail - 5.56x45mm
Operatives with their rifles.
A contractor with the SIG SG 552 is temporarily blinded by Reacher.
Note the camera mounted on the handguard, best visible when the contractor is hit.
An M249 SAW is used by a contractor in Afghanistan.
M249-E2 SAW -5.56mm with 200 round ammo drum.
A contractor fires the M249 SAW with EOTech sight, seen on the left.
An Knight's Armament Company M203A1 is seen mounted on an M4A1 carbine. Both are painted tan.
Knight's Armament Company M203A1 - 40x46mm
An Army soldier fires the M4 with M203 in the background.
A shipment of M136 AT4 launchers is examined by Turner and Reacher.
M136 AT4 Anti-Tank rocket launcher - 84mm
Turner examines the first crate.
Reacher picks up the AT4.
The Taser X26 is seen in the hands of Army MPs. Jack Reacher (Tom Cruise) is briefly seen with one as well.
An MP draws the Taser X26.
Reacher, in disguise, having just fired the Taser. This is the clearest shot available.
Taser X26 can be seen on the left.