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John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum is the 2019 installment in the John Wick film series. Following the events of the second film, Wick (Keanu Reeves) finds himself on the run from assassins and attempting to find a way to make it out of New York City after a global bounty is placed on his head. Chad Stahelski returns to direct the sequel, and the cast includes Ian McShane, Lance Reddick and Laurence Fishburne returning, in addition to newcomers Halle Berry and Anjelica Huston.
The following weapons were used in the film John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum:
TTI STI 2011 Combat Master
During the Continental shootout, Wick (Keanu Reeves) uses a Taran Tactical Innovations STI 2011 Combat Master chambered in 9x19mm "Major" given to him by Charon (Lance Reddick).
Wick (Keanu Reeves) and Sofia (Halle Berry) pick up Glock 34 pistols from Moroccan guards during the Casablanca shootout. Wick's pistol has an FDE frame, while Sofia's Glock is an MOS variant, fitted with a Trijicon RMR sight.
Glock 34 (TTI Combat Master Package)
At the Continental's armory, Wick initially picks up a Glock 34 customized with the Taran Tactical Innovations Combat Master Package; he used this version in the previous film. Charon then suggests him to use the TTI STI 2011 instead.
Glock 19 pistols are used by some guards of the New York Continental. John Wick (Keanu Reeves) picks up a Glock 19 fitted with a reflex sight from the body of a High Table enforcer.
Glock 19 (TTI Combat Master Package)
A guard in Casablanca wields a Glock 19 customized with the Taran Tactical Innovations Combat Master Package. Sofia Al-Azwar (Halle Berry) takes the gun from him and uses it.
Wick (Keanu Reeves) briefly uses a Glock 19X in Casablanca. Another Glock 19X is seen at the Continental's armory.
Glock 17 pistols are used by many guards in Casablanca. John Wick (Keanu Reeves) and Sofia Al-Azwar (Halle Berry) temporarily use Glock 17s as well.
In Casablanca, Sofia Al-Azwar (Halle Berry) uses a SIG-Sauer P365 customized by Grayguns.
Heckler & Koch P30L
Like in the two previous movies, Wick uses a Heckler & Koch P30L, but this time without a compensator. He only uses it at the start of the film, when he takes it from an assassin while on horseback. Much later, Charon (Lance Reddick) and some guards use P30L pistols during the Continental shootout.
Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless
Winston (Ian McShane) possesses a rather ornate Colt 1903 Pocket Hammerless that he offers to Wick at the Executive Lounge.
The Adjudicator (Asia Kate Dillon) shows a Kimber Warrior to the Bowery King (Laurence Fishburne). It is stated to be the pistol that Wick carried during the events of the second movie, but the grips are different from the gun that was actually used.
An assassin attempts to use a two-tone Walther CCP fitted with a compensator in New York. Wick takes the gun from him and uses it.
Walther PPQ pistols are used by assassins at the start of the film. Wick (John Wick) briefly commandeers one during a fight. Much later, Zero (Mark Dacascos) wields what appears to be a PPQ fitted with a compensator in New York.
Bond Arms Texas Defender
The Doctor (Randall Duk Kim) gives John Wick (Keanu Reeves) a Bond Arms Texas Defender Derringer at the start of the film.
Arex REX Alpha
Berrada (Jerome Flynn) uses an Arex REX Alpha with red grips in Casablanca.
CZ 75 SP-01 PHANTOM
Yassin (Aïssam Bouali) uses a CZ 75 SP-01 PHANTOM in Casablanca.
Zahir (Mustapha Adidou) carries a holstered CZ 75B in the Sahara.
When John Wick enters the antique weapons museum at the start of the film, he picks up a Remington 1875 and tries to load a .44-40 cartridge into it, but fails. He then takes another Remington 1875, removes the cylinder from it, detaches the barrel from the frame and takes off the hammer. After removing parts from the two revolvers mentioned below, he takes the cylinder of the first Remington and loads it into this one, then attaches the Colt 1851 Navy's barrel and the 1860 Army's hammer to its frame. He eventually succeeds in loading the .44-40 cartridge into his frankenrevolver and takes an assassin down.
The film appears to tip its hat to The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, specifically a scene featuring Eli Wallach and his portrayal of "the Ugly" aka Tuco. The latter demonstrates that despite his rough and drunken appearance, he actually possesses advanced skills as a gunfighter when he disassembles what appear to be 3 separate Colt Navy revolvers to assemble one perfected FrankenColt handgun. Fans of the 1960s western should appreciate the clear tribute to a film that explored the ethos of the gunfighter in a depth that was ahead of its time.
Wick takes a Colt 1851 Navy and detaches the barrel from it in order to use it on the Remington 1875.
Colt 1860 Army (Denix replica)
Wick picks up a Colt 1860 Army and removes the hammer from it. The revolver is actually a non-firing replica made by Denix, as evidenced by the screws and the diamond-shaped logo on the frame.
TTI SIG-Sauer MPX Carbine
At the New York Continental, John Wick (Keanu Reeves) equips a Taran Tactical SIG-Sauer MPX Carbine fitted with a Trijicon MRO sight, Streamlight TLR-8 weaponlight/laser module, TTI +11 base pad, and BCM adjustable stock.
Moroccan guards are seen with SIG-Sauer MPX submachine guns. Sofia (Halle Berry) picks up an MPX and briefly uses it.
SIG-Sauer MPX Copperhead
Some guards in Casablanca are seen wielding prototype versions of the SIG-Sauer MPX Copperhead, fitted with ROMEO4T sights, Inforce APL Gen 3 weaponlights, Magpul vertical grips, and ZR Tactical telescoping stocks. Wick (Keanu Reeves) takes one and uses it.
PTR 9CTs with full-auto sear packs and SBT5A stabilizing braces are used in the film. They are first seen in the hands of some of the Bowery King's henchmen at the start. Much later, the heavily armored High Table enforcers use suppressed ones at the NYC Continental.
CMMG MkGs Banshee
One of the henchmen of the Bowery King uses a CMMG MkGs Banshee during the attack by Zero (Mark Dacascos) and his men.
CZ Scorpion Evo 3 S1
The CZ Scorpion Evo 3 S1 is held by some Berbers in the Sahara.
Angstadt Arms UDP-9
An Angstadt Arms UDP-9 with an FDE finish and an EOTech sight is carried by a Berber in the Sahara.
Some of the Berbers carry AR-15 variants fitted with BCM KMR handguards, ACOG scopes, weaponlights, VLTOR EMOD stocks, Magpul AFG foregrips, and Magpul PMAGs. Another AR-15 was also used, fitted with a Geissele Super Modular Rail handguard, Streamlight weaponlight, vertical foregrip, and suppressor.
Veritas Tactical VT16 PDW
One of the Berbers in the Sahara carries a Veritas Tactical VT16 PDW fitted with a suppressor.
Benelli M2 Super 90 (TTI M2 Ultimate 3 Gun Package)
Wick uses a Benelli M2 Super 90 customized by Taran Tactical during the Continental shootout. Notably, Wick performs several dual and quad loads during the shootout to quickly reload his shotgun. This is a competition reload technique, and is another indication of the film series' influences from competition shooting.
Benelli M4 Super 90
Charon (Lance Reddick) uses a Benelli M4 Super 90 during the Continental shootout. This gun is a Benelli M1014 civilian limited edition model, with a fixed skeleton stock, reduced capacity magazine tube, and American flag engraved on the receiver.
Smoke grenades are thrown by High Table enforcers during the raid on the Continental.
Antique Weapons Museum
The museum that Wick enters at the start of the film contains many old weapons.
The Bowery King's Armory
The weapons cache of the Bowery King (Laurence Fishburne) contains various weapons.
The Continental's Armory
Multiple firearms are seen at the New York Continental's armory.
A multitude of weapons were seen in an earlier poster for the film.
Behind the Scenes
According to Xtreme Props, a Hudson H9 and a Glock 17 with a Polymer80 frame and LANTAC Razorback slide were used for the Casablanca scenes. However, it is unknown if these guns made it to the final cut, due to the distance, low lighting and fast-paced action of the scenes, in which the majority of the pistols were standard Glocks.