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John Wick: Chapter 4

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John Wick: Chapter 4
Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Directed by Chad Stahelski
Release Date 2023
Language English
Studio Lionsgate
Thunder Road Pictures
Distributor Summit Entertainment
Main Cast
Character Actor
John Wick/"Baba Yaga"/Jardani Jovonovich Keanu Reeves
Marquis Vincent de Gramont Bill Skarsgård
Winston Scott Ian McShane
Caine Donnie Yen
The Tracker/Mr. Nobody Shamier Anderson
The Bowery King Laurence Fishburne
The Harbinger Clancy Brown
Chidi Marko Zaror
Charon Lance Reddick
Koji Shimazu Hiroyuki Sanada

John Wick: Chapter 4 is the 2023 installment in the John Wick film series that began with the 2014 film. Chad Stahelski once again takes the helm as director and Keanu Reeves returns as Wick, who is once again persecuted by the the High Table for refusing the Elder's orders and starting a new war. The cast includes returning actors Ian McShane, Laurence Fishburne and Lance Reddick (in one of his final acting roles), in addition to Donnie Yen, Hiroyuki Sanada, Scott Adkins and Marko Zaror. The film was released theatrically on March 24, 2023.

The following weapons were used in the film John Wick: Chapter 4:



TTI Pit Viper

The Bowery King offers John Wick (Keanu Reeves) a Taran Tactical Innovations Pit Viper at Paris in the third act of the film, which John uses as his main weapon for the rest of the film.

Taran Tactical Innovations Pit Viper - 9x19mm Parabellum
TTI Pit Viper pistols used for the film, with the TTI logo on the grips - 9x19mm Parabellum. Image courtesy of ISS (Independent Studio Services).
John Wick (Keanu Reeves) brass-checks his new TTI pistol.
"Nine-millimeter Pit Viper. Twenty-one round capacity magazine with a built-in compensator for virtually no muzzle flip. Fiber-optic front sight, ambidextrous safeties, flared magwell for faster reloads, two-pound extreme trigger."
John checks the sights on the Pit Viper as the Bowery King describes the gun.
Wick shoots from inside a car.
The Pit Viper is dropped on a Parisian street. Note the TTI logo at the bottom of the magazine.
John checks the remaining time while holding the Pit Viper, providing a close-up shot on the pistol.
He readies his gun for battle at the Rue Foyatier, a long stairway leading up to his destination, the Sacré-Cœur Basilica.
During the battle at Rue Foyatier, the Pit Viper completely runs out of ammunition. Still stuck in melee, John proceeds to remove the slide...
...and uses the pointed end of the pistol frame as a stabbing weapon.

Glock 17

Members of the Myrmidons, the Marquis' highly trained enforcers, are armed with the Glock 17 during their attack on the Osaka Continental. The manager of the Osaka Continental, Koji Shimazu (Hiroyuki Sanada), also seems to be armed with the Glock 17 during the battle, apparently the only Continental staff to do so. The heavily armored High Table enforcers also carry pistols in holsters, and some of them use them in the shootout. Throughout the movie, John Wick (Keanu Reeves) also uses several Glock pistols acquired from his fallen foes. At least one of the Bowery King's henchmen is armed with the gun at the entrance to their Paris subway hideout. The Glock 17 is also appears as common pistol for various assassins in Paris, and several of these pistols are fitted with suppressors.

Glock 17 (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm Parabellum
Koji fires the Glock at Chidi. The latter protects his head with the sleeve of his bulletproof three-piece-suit.
Koji (Hiroyuki Sanada) aims the Glock at Chidi and his men during a moment's respite.
John holds a Glock in Osaka, which is fitted with what appears to be an extended sight produced by ZEV Technologies.
John holds the Glock, which he took from a High Table enforcer, in the art room.
During his fight with the blind Caine, Wick notices a Glock lying on the floor.
A henchman of The Bowery King's stands with the gun near a burning barrel.
Glock 17 (5th Generation) - 9x19mm Parabellum
The Glock can be seen in the High Table enforcer's holster.
A Parisian bounty hunter screws on a suppressor in preparation for an attack on John.
Another bounty hunter loads his Gen 5 Glock.
John and a bounty hunter (Stephen Dunlevy) fire at each other with Glocks through the windshield.
Wick knocks the gun out of a bounty hunter's hands at the Arc de Triomphe.
John wrestles a flashlight-equipped Glock out of the hands of a gunman...
...and uses it to finish off another hitman.
A bounty hunter blocks John's path at the stairs up to Sacré-Cœur. Note the fifth generation frame.
John acquires a suppressed Glock and fires it at his enemies.
He shoots back hiding behind a tree.
A bounty hunter fights with John while holding a suppressed Glock.

Agency Arms Glock 17

Chidi (Marko Zaror), the leader of the Myrmidons and the second-in-command of the Marquis, uses an Agency Arms Glock 17 with a compensator and Trijicon RMR sight as his main gun throughout the film. John Wick (Keanu Reeves) also uses a similar Agency Arms Glock 17, but with a different slide, during the shootout at the Osaka Continental's garden; how he acquired the gun is not shown, as John was disarmed in the previous scene where he appeared.

Agency Arms Glock 17 - 9x19mm Parabellum
Chidi points the gun at Koji when reinforcements arrived.
During the unfortunate meeting between the Marquis and the Tracker, Chidi points the gun at The Tracker's dog.
Chidi (Marko Zaror) tries to shoot John at the Arc de Triomphe.
He points the gun at Caine at the stairs to the Sacré-Cœur.
Ditto. Note the Agency Arms logo.
Agency Arms Patrol Glock 17 - 9x19mm Parabellum
Promotional still of Wick holding the Glock.
John shoots a Myrmidon with his Agency Arms Glock.
John Wick (Keanu Reeves) points the gun at The Tracker. Note the front serrations and the rounded angle of the trigger guard, a feature of the Agency Arms pistol.

Glock 17L

Several members of the Myrmidons are armed with the Glock 17L during the battle in the Osaka Continental. John Wick (Keanu Reeves) also acquires one from a dead High Table enforcer and uses it against Caine.

Glock 17L (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm Parabellum
A Glock 17L lies next to its dead owner.
John reaches for the gun of a deceased High Table enforcer.
Note the much longer slide.
John falls to the floor after a shootout with Caine, his gun now fully empty.

Glock 19 (Custom)

During the Paris apartment shootout, The Tracker a.k.a. Mr. Nobody (Shamier Anderson) uses a custom Glock 19 holstered in his Devcore PCB (Plate Carrier Backpack). According to Statement Defense, the pistol featured a serrated two-tone matte black Statement Defense Overbite slide and a black 80 Percent Arms GST-9 frame, with custom stippling done by Battlecock Tactical.

Glock 19 with Statement Defense Overbite slide and custom stippled 80 Percent Arms GST-9 frame, used in the film - 9x19mm
The Tracker deploys the PCB, with the Glock 19 in the chest holster.
He draws the pistol and fires it at his attacker. Note the serrations on the top of the slide.
Mr. Nobody (Shamier Anderson) takes cover with the gun.

Glock 34 (TTI Combat Master Package)

At the start of the film John Wick (Keanu Reeves) wields a 5th Generation Glock 34 MOS customized with the TTI Combat Master Package, using it to pursue the new Elder (George Georgiou) in Morocco. Later, when the High Table attacks the Osaka Continental, John also uses this pistol during the first phases of the battle, but loses it in the process.

Taran Tactical Innovations Combat Master Package Glock 34 MOS FS (5th Generation) - 9x19mm Parabellum
After finishing off the three riders in Morocco, John dismounts and reloads his gun.
John Wick (Keanu Reeves) points his new TTI customized Glock 34.
The clearest shot of the gun shows the differences from the version from the second film: the 5th gen grip and new magwell.
John uses the gun during the battle at the Osaka Continental.
Wick shoots a Myrmidon with the last round in his gun. In an apparent continuity error, Wick's TTI Glock is replaced by a standard Glock 17 in the shots immediately following this one.

Glock 34

Several members of the Myrmidons are armed with the Glock 34 during the battle in the Osaka Continental. John Wick (Keanu Reeves) and Koji's daughter Akira Shimazu (Rina Sawayama) also take them from their enemies during the battle.

Glock 34 (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm Parabellum
A Myrmidon tries to shoot Akira.
Akira (Rina Sawayama) executes a Myrmidon with his own gun.
John shoots Chidi's guard in the head with the Glock 34.

SIG-Sauer P365 SAS

Caine (Donnie Yen) uses a custom SIG-Sauer P365 SAS with a Strike Industries Mass Driver compensator and a Recover Tactical ZR65 rail adapter as his main sidearm throughout the film. In a thematic/storytelling sense, a pistol that at a glace appears to have no sights at all is an excellent choice for a blind character (the P365 SAS has a single-dot fiber optic sight which sits flush at the rear of the slide).

SIG-Sauer P365 SAS - 9x19mm Parabellum
Two custom SIG-Sauer P365 SAS pistols used for the film - 9x19mm Parabellum. Image courtesy of ISS (Independent Studio Services).
Promotional still of Caine (Donnie Yen) with his P365 SAS in hand.
Caine navigates the kitchen of the Osaka Continental during the High Table's attack on the building, with his pistol in hand.
Caine prepares to fire at his enemies ("aiming", in a certain sense), providing a closeup of the pistol.
Being blind, he checks the chamber by sticking his finger in it, confirming it's empty rather than having suffered a malfunction.
Caine holds his empty gun just before dropping the slide and reholstering it for the remainder of his fight with John.
Caine (Donnie Yen) points his SIG-Sauer P365 at Killa in Berlin.
Ditto. Killa seems unfazed, however.
During the final battle on the stairs, Caine pulls the P365 on Chidi to protect John Wick.

CZ P-10 C

The security guards at the Berlin "Himmel und Hölle" nightclub are armed with CZ P-10 C pistols. John Wick (Keanu Reeves) also snatches one gun and briefly uses it.

CZ P-10 C - 9x19mm Parabellum
John snatches the gun from a guard...
...and shoots him in the head.
Wick walks out onto the nightclub dance floor in the best traditions of the first film.
A guard is killed by Caine while clutching a CZ P-10 C.

Thompson Center Arms Encore

The resolution of John Wick's (Keanu Reeves) war with the High Table is a duel with the Marquis (Bill Skarsgård), represented by Caine (Donnie Yen), at dawn at the Sacré-Cœur Basilica, with a pair of "dueling pistols", which are engraved Thompson Center Arms Encore single-shot pistols. The Marquis and John's Second, Winston Scott (Ian McShane), take the pistols out of the box and hand them to John and Caine for them to use. Later in the duel, The Marquis also grabs the gun from Caine and uses it himself. The rounds they are used with are custom silver-cast .44 Magnum cartridges.

Thompson Center Arms Encore custom pistols with bull barrels and gold bead front sights, engraved by Melissa McMinn for the film - .44 Magnum
The dueling pistols are seen stored in a wooden case.
John loads his gun.
He waits for the command to take the shot.
Caine cocks the hammer.
John (Keanu Reeves) fires at Caine.
John reloads and cocks the gun to prepare for the next round of the duel. Note the thick sides of the barrel.
Caine (Donnie Yen) points the pistol at his old friend.
The Marquis grabs the gun from Caine and reloads it.
He points the gun at John.

Smith & Wesson M&P9 Shield M2.0 Performance Center

During his meeting with Winston and Charon, the Marquis de Gramont (Bill Skarsgård) pulls out a Smith & Wesson M&P9 Shield M2.0 Performance Center from his holster and uses it to threaten Winston.

Smith & Wesson M&P9 Shield M2.0 Performance Center 4" - 9x19mm Parabellum
The Marquis (Bill Skarsgård) points his M&P Shield at Winston. Note the fiber-optic sights and the longer markings on the slide, in which "Performance Center" is seen.

Colt M1911A1

When John Wick (Keanu Reeves) is requested to surrender his arms at the entrance to the Ruska Roma's church in Berlin, he inexplicably presents several old-fashioned handguns, one of which appears to be a Colt M1911A1. He does not get them back.

Colt M1911A1 - .45 ACP
John pulls a gun out from under his jacket.

Walther P38

Another old-fashioned handgun that John Wick (Keanu Reeves) surrenders at the entrance to the Ruska Roma's church is a Walther P38.

Walther P38 with black grips - 9x19mm Parabellum
John pulls a gun out from under his jacket...
...and puts it in the basket.


Smith & Wesson Performance Center Model 686

The Tracker, aka Mr. Nobody (Shamier Anderson) uses a Performance Center Smith & Wesson Model 686 with a brass blade front sight and a custom wood grip emulating that of a Colt Army as his main sidearm for the first part of the film. The revolver has a 4" barrel and its speed release thumbpiece has been removed.

Smith & Wesson Performance Center 686 - .357 Magnum
The Tracker fans and hipfires his revolver.
Mr. Nobody (Shamier Anderson) points the gun at John during their first meeting. Even though they are not allies, Nobody does not shoot him because the bounty on Wick's head is not yet great enough for him.
The gun lies on Killa's table when a fight breaks out at Himmel und Hölle, having been surrendered to the club security when Mr. Nobody entered the club.
He later picks it up again and uses it to execute a guard.

Smith & Wesson Model 500

Killa Harkan (Scott Adkins), the head of the German branch of the High Table and boss of the Himmel und Hölle nightclub, uses a Smith & Wesson Model 500 during his meeting with Wick, Caine, and The Tracker at his club.

Smith & Wesson Model 500 with 4" Barrel - .500 S&W Magnum
Promotional still of Killa holding the Smith & Wesson Model 500.
The revolver is seen on the poker table during the meeting between Killa, Wick, Caine and Mr. Nobody.
He points the gun at his guests.
Killa Harkan (Scott Adkins) holds the Model 500.

Webley .455 Mk VI

A Webley .455 Mk VI revolver is one of the old-fashioned handguns that John Wick (Keanu Reeves) surrenders at the entrance to the Ruska Roma's church in Berlin.

Webley Mk VI - .455 Webley
John surrenders one of his pistols to Ruska Roma member (Iryna Fedorova) before entering the church.

Smith & Wesson Model 327 Performance Center Carry

The Harbinger (Clancy Brown) is armed with a Smith & Wesson Model 327 Performance Center Carry, but it is hidden under his clothes throughout the film. While waiting for John to duel, he pulls out and checks his gun.

Smith & Wesson Model 327 Performance Center Carry with 2" barrel - .357 Magnum
Hearing gunshots in the distance, The Harbinger pulls out his revolver and checks the cylinder, probably thinking of executing Winston should John fail to show up for the duel.

Submachine Guns

Auto-Ordnance Thompson M1A1 (Modernized)

Some bounty hunters in Paris are armed with heavily modernized Auto-Ordnance Thompson M1A1 carbines fitted with picatinny rails, M4 stock adaptors, flashlights and what appear to be BCM MCMR-9 (M-LOK) handguards in pursuit of John Wick.

Auto-Ordnance "Tactical Tommy Gun", somewhat similar to the one used in the film - .45 ACP
Two custom Thompsons are stored in the gun locker in the bounty hunters' hideout.
An assassin loads a magazine into the Thompson.
A close-up of the receiver. Note the Independent Studio Services markings ("ISS Sunland CA"), and markings that indicate that this is a semi-automatic carbine.
A clear shot of the carbine in the hands of a bounty hunter. Note the modern forend, the Auto-Ordnance marking and the welds on the magazine mount, identifying this gun as a rubber prop.
At the start of the top-down action scene, the carbine can be seen in the hands of a bounty hunter (dead in foreground).
A bounty hunter drops his Thompson carbine on the floor after being set on fire.


TTI Dracarys Gen-12

Some bounty hunters in Paris are armed with Taran Tactical Innovations Dracarys Gen-12 shotguns loaded with Dragon's Breath rounds in pursuit of Wick. John (Keanu Reeves) himself also grabs one and uses it in a memorable top-down scene in an abandoned apartment.

TTI Dracarys Gen-12 with 10.5" barrel, quick-detach muzzle brake, EOTech EXPS3-1 holographic sight and 10-round magazine - 12 gauge
The unloaded shotgun is seen in the gun locker in the bounty hunters' hideout.
Note the signature Gen-12 magazine, the EOTech XPS 3 holographic sight, and non-ambidextrous safety.
John shoots a bounty hunter armed with the shotgun.
John then commandeers the shotgun...
...and incinerates its previous owner with a single shot.
At the start of the famous top-down action scene, a bounty hunter aims at Wick with the shotgun, moments before he is shot by John.

Sawed-off Double Barreled Shotgun

Ruska Roma priest (Andrej Kaminsky) fires a Sawed-off Double Barrel Shotgun at Wick at the church.

Sawed off side by side shotgun with exposed hammers - 12 gauge
The Ruska Roma priest fires at Wick immediately upon meeting him.
The priest (Andrej Kaminsky) stands over the fallen John with his shotgun.


Marlin Model 1894 (Customized)

A Mad Pig Customs modified Marlin Model 1894 with a Midwest Industries M-LOK handguard, SilencerCo ASR 3-port muzzle brake, Slate Black Industries rail panels, "slate stop" and XS sight top rail is used by Mr. Nobody (Shamier Anderson) as his main long arm. The rifle is a takedown model specifically modified for the movie, and Mr. Nobody carries it disassembled and reassembles it when pulling it out of his DEVCORE Plate Carrier Backpack. He also uses a screw-on silencer in some scenes.

A total of 13 duplicate rifles were made by Mad Pig Customs especially for the film. The takedown mechanism is a custom project option, and not offered as a factory option by Marlin.

Mad Pig Customs takedown Marlin 1894 with Midwest rail, Slate Black Industries grips + stop, XS sights top rail - .44 Magnum
Custom Marlin JW4 BTS 1.jpg
Multiple prop guns made by Mad Pig Customs; the take down Marlin 1894 with Midwest rail, Slate Black Industries grips + stop, XS sights top rail
The XS sight rail was a custom development project between Mad Pig Customs and XS sights specifically for the John Wick 4 film
Mr. Nobody fires at Wick and Caine at the Osaka Continental.
At Berlin, The Tracker assembles the rifle after spotting Wick in the open street.
Mr. Nobody takes aim at Wick, while Caine approaches him from behind with his cane sword.
At the Arc de Triomphe, Mr. Nobody (Shamier Anderson) takes aim at John, moments after dispatching a rival bounty hunter.
He pursues John in an abandoned apartment in Paris.
The carbine dropped on the ground after a fight between Mr. Nobody and other bounty hunters.
Mr. Nobody picks up his carbine, offering a good look at the weapon.
After the final battle on the stairs, The Tracker takes aim at his dog's attacker.

Spike's Tactical Compressor

The armored High Table enforcers are armed with suppressed Spike's Tactical Compressor carbines fitted with red dot sights and flashlights during the battle at the Osaka Continental. John Wick (Keanu Reeves) and Caine (Donnie Yen) would also pick up these rifles from dead enforcers and use them during the battle. When the hunt for Wick begins in Paris, several bounty hunters are seen readying their own Spike's Tactical Compressor rifles, but none are seen in the actual combat scenes.

Spike's Tactical Billet ST Compressor with LRS (Long Reflex Suppressor) - 5.56x45mm NATO
High Table enforcers with their guns at the ready at the Osaka Continental.
They attack Koji's men.
John struggles with an enforcer armed with a Spike's Tactical Compressor.
Wick shoots an enforcer with the latter's own rifle, which he took using a pair of nunchucks.
Caine picks up a rifle from a dead enforcer.
Caine (Donnie Yen) attempts to fire at Wick with the rifle.
A Parisian gunman loads the magazine on his rifle...
...and checks its sights.



The guards at the Osaka Continental arm themselves with bows and katanas when Chidi's Myrmidons come to the hotel. Akira Shimazu (Rina Sawayama) also uses a bow when she readies herself for battle.

The arrows used by the Osaka Continental are depicted as armor-piercing, being able to pierce through the High Table enforcers' pistol-proof armor.

Koji's men grab weapons as they prepare to fight the the High Table.
The guards take aim.
Akira (Rina Sawayama) shoots an enforcer with her bow.

M84 Stun Grenade

Caine (Donnie Yen) throws an M84 stun grenade into a crowd of guards at a Berlin "Himmel und Hölle" nightclub during a fight.

M84 stun grenade
Caine (Donnie Yen) throws an M84 stun grenade.

Flintlock Guns

A few Flintlock Rifles with bayonets and Flintlock Pistols are seen in the Liberty Leading the People painting at the Louvre, where the Marquis meets with Winston.

Several rifles and pistols are depicted in the picture.

"Himmel und Hölle" Nightclub Arsenal

Gun racks can be seen in the background in Killa's hall at his club in Berlin.

On the weapon wall in addition to a various melee weapons hang what appears to be a Haenel MP28/II SMG, a Mossberg 500 Cruiser, an Ingram MAC-10, a Mossberg 590 Mariner Cruiser, another compact shotgun and several pistols.

The Bowery King's Arsenal

Several weapons are seen in the The Bowery King's hideout at the beginning of the movie.

In the opening scene, while John prepares for war, a Milkor Mark 14 grenade launcher, M249 Paratrooper, what appears to be an M4A1, SA80, and two more guns can be seen in the background.

Paris Bounty Hunters' Arsenal

Bounty hunters take their weapons from several gun racks when a DJ on the radio (Marie Pierra Kakoma) announces a bounty for John Wick.

From left to right: two M16A2, a Spike's Tactical Compressor, another M16, and two customized Thompsons.
What appears to be a Taran Tactical Innovations TR-1 Ultralight can also be seen.
A good view of the Spike's Tactical Billet ST Compressor's receiver.

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